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What is the doctrine of Papal Infallibility?

Answer   Papal Infallibility is a doctrine of the Catholic Church that makes the Pope -head of the Bishops- responsible for his edicts in matters of faith and morals. By (MORE)

What are the tenants of chivalry?

The 13 Principles of Chivalry 1. A True Knight must be a gentleman yet fails not to duty. 2. A True Knight must uphold the Dignity of Man and Woman, remembering that all a (MORE)

What is Chivalry?

Chivalry is a code (religious, moral and ethical) that knights inthe medieval times had to follow. Knights had to risk their livesand make sacrifices to help other people. In (MORE)
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Who has to kiss the pope's papal ring?

Anyone who meets with the pope. They do not have to kiss the ring, but kissing the ring is showing respect to the holy person of the Roman Catholic Church.
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What are the most popular papal names?

Papal names are often used again in honour of the saint that bore the name or out of respect and emulation of a previous pope who bore the name or because the meaning of the n (MORE)

What does chivalry mean?

First answer, describing a matter of current manners:basically being a gentleman and acting really sweet    Second Answer, referring to the Middle Ages:Chivalry was the co (MORE)

Chivalry in a sentence?

Sir Gwaine always treated his enemies with utmost respect. This  chivalry prevented many battles that could have easily ended in  death.

Can you define Chivalry?

The literal meaning of chivalry is a body or unit of knights (Anglo-Norman French chevalerie). Today the word is used of a completely fictional idea of the "traditional" qua (MORE)
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When was papal infallibility last invoked?

To the best of my knowledge the last time the pope spoke infallibly  was on October 17, 2010, when he canonized 6 new saints.    Answer:    The most recent use (MORE)