Papal infallibility

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Papal Infallibility is a Catholic doctrine which believes that The Pope cannot make doctrinal mistakes when speaking ex cathedra, that is to say speaking in the Name of God about Morals, Doctrine, or other related topics.[1]

History[change | change source]

Papal Infallibility was first established by the First Vatican Council in 1870[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Papal Infallibility". Catholic Answers. Retrieved 2023-09-12.
  2. Castle, Pete (2019-01-10). "The pope is never wrong: a history of papal infallibility in the Catholic Church". Connecting Research. Retrieved 2023-09-12.