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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    And you don't know me for jack, yet you do the same thing you accuse me of doing.  You're even further behind than I am.
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    "If you ask anything in My name, I will do it," (John 14:14)

    You didn't name and claim, thats why  ;D
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    questions from a catholic for the eastern orthodox

    Obviously.  You're still a sedevacantist.
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    questions from a catholic for the eastern orthodox

    That's the original and real RCC, not the RCC of sedevacantist which personally interprets Canon Law.
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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    If you want the whole truth then you'd be Orthodox.  You claim that you would go to where the truth is no matter where it is, yet you are closed minded to be anywhere else other than where you are.  You won't even go back to the original and true Roman Church under the Pope of Rome.  You'd...
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    questions from a catholic for the eastern orthodox

    So the Pope of Rome saying that only those under him are saved. Sounds Protestant.
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    Greek Orthodox in India

    Depends.  When the Portugese came, they came to the area where the Christians were (or very close to it) and they did step on their toes.
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    Do deacons serve communion?

    Yes, deacons do give communion when needed, usually when there are a lot of people. The common cup is what is on the altar at the Anaphora.  Then before giving communion to people the priest will transfer some of the Blood of our Lord onto another chalice.
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    Finnish Orthodox priest defrocked after remarrying

    It is the same way in the Roman Catholic Church where they accept married clergy from Protestant denominations, but not ordain married RC men except to the diaconate.
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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    I'm not talking about you.  But it is true a lot of people just follow it as a trend.  I mean, the same thing happens to Eastern Catholicism.  When people discover it they love it because it is a new thing to them.  How many of them actually stay there?  How many of them actually live the...
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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    Some of those who go to TLM are just hipsters.
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    Has anyone felt driven away from conversion over what you have read?

    Also remember that part of the Bible were written in different eras, in different cultures.  Talking about sex back then is probably not as much of a taboo as we do these days where we either not talk about it, or openly talk about it in a very vulgar way. The thing is, you have to appreciate...
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    questions from a catholic for the eastern orthodox

    Like spectators in a sporting event, we like telling the coach, players and referees what to do  ;D ;D ;D
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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    Still flawed.  Does this make the Pope merely a puppet and Christ pulls his strings to do what He wants? If Christ intended St. Peter to be the infallible supreme ruler of the Church in his stead, why did he choose 12 Apostles?  Why not just St. Peter and train him well then let him select his...
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    the magical thinking of papal infallibility no longer makes any sense to me

    As some would say, the Orthodox do not have a problem with the primacy of the Pope of Rome.  The issue really with Rome is what "primacy" means.  This is why even casual conversations between Catholics and Orthodox do not go well on this matter.  Yes, there are many sources of people in Church...
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