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Does the Polish Old Catholic Church now believe in Papal Infallability?

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Does the Polish Old Catholic Church now believe in Papal Infallability?

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Here is a quote from the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: “At this point in our relationship, therefore, we the members of the Polish National Catholic-Roman Catholic dialogue wish to reaffirm our resolve to overcome what still divides us, and to state clearly that our goal is full communion between our churches. We wish to emphasize that “full communion” does not imply absorption or uniformity, but a unity that fully recognizes differing traditions that are consistent with our common apostolic faith. It must still be determined if any of our divergent traditions are truly church-dividing, or simply examples of legitimate diversity which, in the words of Pope John Paul II, “is in no way opposed to the Church’s unity, but rather enhances her splendor and contributes greatly to the fulfillment of her mission” (Ut Unum Sint, n. 50). We plan to give further consideration to other concrete steps concerning reciprocity in regard to the sacraments, acting as godpar

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