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THE USE OF SACRED IMAGES ARE STILL APPLICABLE IN CHRISTIAN ERA By Lawrence Luna

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  THE USE OF SACRED IMAGES ARE STILL APPLICABLE IN CHRISTIAN ERA By Lawrence Luna Question No. 1: What are sacred images? Answer: An excerpt from the Catechism of the Catholic Church: CCC #1159 The sacred image, the liturgical icon, principally represents Christ. It cannot represent the invisible and incomprehensible God, but the incarnation of […]

BAKIT KAYONG MGA CATOLICO AY SUMASAMBA SA MGA REBULTO? By Frederic Tioaquen

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Frederic S. Tioaquen Sekta: Bakit kayong mga katoliko sumasamba sa Rebulto? KATOLIKO:Kayo lang nagsabi niyan na sumasamba kami sa rebulto.wala kaming doktrina na sumasamba kami sa rebulto. heto oh basahin mo. “We are not praying to the crucifix to the images or to the relics of the Saints.” (New Baltimore Catechism no.3 page 132.)at nasa […]

ICONS ARE NOT IDOLS! By Jonathan Mercadero Loquez

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  Jonathan Mercadero Loquez ICONS ARE NOT IDOLS! IDOLS are representation of things that have NO real existence(cf. 1Cor. 8:4). On the contrary, an ICON is a depiction of CERTAIN realities, i.e. the image(Greek: Eikon) of Caesar on the coin(denarius) that was brought to Jesus(cf. Matt. 22:19-20). The Greek term “Eikon”(Icon) refers to the likeness/image […]