*******ourvideosite****/View/V479 Italy travel: Rome, St. John's, also known as the Basilica of St. John Lateran. This is video of the 'official' home of the Pope, even though he spends more time in the Vatican. Our Perillo Tours Familia enjoys the incredible details on the church walls, where every picture tells a story. This Basilica is Officially Archibasilica Sanctissimi Salvatoris (Archbasilica of the Most Holy Savior), it is the oldest and ranks first (being the cathedral of Rome) among the four major basilicas of Rome, and holds the title of Mother church. Thank you, Wikipedia: As the cathedral of the Bishop of Rome, containing the papal throne (Cathedra Romana), it ranks above all other churches in the Catholic Church, even above St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2789 A walk along the bank of the River Thames, London, England.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2790 Continuing our walk along the bank of the Thames River, London, England. Walking past the Tate Museum.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2791 Such a pleasant walk along the River Thames, London, England.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2834 Getting to the top of London's St. Paul's Cathedral, and getting back down, involves a lot of stairs. A worthwhile view of London, England from the top!
Even Pope need the breakdance.....
Over the centuries, the pope's claims of spiritual authority have been ever more clearly expressed since the first centuries, culminating in the proclamation of the dogma of papal infallibility for those rare occasions the pope speaks ex cathedra (literally "from the chair (of Peter)") when issuing a solemn definition of faith or morals. The last such occasion was in the year 1950 with the definition of the dogma of the Assumption of Mary.The office of pope has often been controversial among the Eastern Orthodox, Protestants, secular rulers, and sometimes within the Catholic Church itself.Roman Catholics say that the primacy of the papacy derives from Jesus Christ himself, while non-Catholic historians see the primacy of the pope as arising out of hundreds of years of church tradition. All agree that the Pope's role developed through history.
Ave Maria! In this episode of Dr. Miravalle's series 'Coredemptrix, Mediatrix, and Advocate,' he gives a clear and concise explanation on how the Dogma of Coredemption would help clear the confused beliefs held by many Protestants that Catholics hold Mary as a Goddess, or rather the Fourth Person of the Blessed Trinity. With ease, Dr. Mark shows how by the Pope speaking 'Ex Cathedra' he would define the belief in Mary as 'unique participator in the redemption of man-kind,' not holding her equal to Christ. Ave Maria!