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The church was shamed by its pedophile scandal but it has made some changes to prevent this in the future.  The church’s 265th pope Benedict XVI was elected in 2005.  Changes – updates – are coming to the liturgy in 2012 in an effort to interpret God’s message in a way both accurately and appropriate for the times.

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Walsh says “the Second Vatican Council has restored to the life of the church, the two most important mainstreams of authentic prayer: the Bible and the life-giving community dimension of public worship.”

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Three challenges to Christianity in the 19th century are: liberalism, evolution and science, and historical biblical criticism. (more…)

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“From the beginning of its existence, Christianity has always had to face the demands of the contemporary world”, Traditions points out. It cannot remain static, it must change and adapt, never changing its basic beliefs, of course.

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The 17th century was a continuation of the Catholic Reformation. There were disagreements with both the Catholic and Protestant nation states and the church except in Italy.  (more…)

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We all know this as the century of the Protestant Reformation.

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After Turks captured Constantinople, the church broke into several pieces.

Great Schism continues but ends under Council of Constance’s conciliarism.

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