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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • Catholic church in a specific place in Europe, which will
    • Roman Catholic Church in its mass is just at present, still in
    • the Roman Catholic spirit is permeated ... (gap in stenographer
    • steam, particularly the Roman Catholic one, which works
    • the Roman Catholic Church is but one phase of this.
    • church, namely the Catholic Church.
    • Catholic priests to perform the Mass every day; through this
    • ritual. One does not need, like in the Catholic church, to
    • This is where the Catholic Church is insistent — for the
    • Rudolf Steiner: The Catholic Church considers language
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • Take the Mass of the today's Roman Catholic Church. What is
    • sense. This is the wonderful element within the Catholic Church
    • Today, as a result, we have in the Catholic Mass sacrifice,
    • Catholic Mass as a corpse, which is something unthinkably huge
    • power. In totality the peculiar aspect of the Catholic Church
    • but theologically extraordinarily uneducated. The Catholic
    • greatest climaxes Catholic theology is something
    • against the old, still truly understood, Catholic Church? There
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • done with God's words in past times in which the Catholic



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