MHFM: St. Theodore the Studite (d. 826), Byzantine monk, is another saint recognized by the Eastern ‘Orthodox’ who debunks their false religion. He clearly believed in a papal primacy of jurisdiction.
St. Theodore the Studite: “Since it is to the great Peter that Christ our God gave the keys of the kingdom of heaven along with the dignity of chief shepherd, it is to Peter, that is, his successor, that it is necessary to refer every novelty which is made in the Catholic Church by those who turn aside from the truth.”
I've been watching your videos recently and they're very informative. I wanted to know; I was not raised Christian, but… I was baptised later in life. I was baptised by a… unitarian, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ to be specific because at the time I believed in Arian Christianity. I've had many major reconsiderations and I believe now that the catholic church may be the true faith, but what I want to know is this: do I need to be baptised again in a catholic church? I'm still new to all of this, so I genuinely don't know at all.
Hello. We’re glad you are looking at the material. When you are convinced on all the issues, you would need to be baptized. We recommend that you pray the Hail Mary frequently for the grace to embrace the truth and do God’s will. (We recommend that Catholics, if they can, pray 15 decades of the Rosary each day and the Hail Mary frequently.)
Wonderful video... Thank you for… rebuking heresies.
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