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I need help here.  I am hanging on to the Catholic Faith by a thread.

I can see Papal Primacy in the early church - but I have a hard time finding Infallibility and Supremacy.  Can anyone provide good examples from pre-Nicea?

Thank you
Wait so you want an example but refuse to count Leo the Great? Sounds like you don’t want to believe.
There is the example given by the First Epistle of St. Clement, who wrote to the Church in Corinth in response to a local dispute.  http://www.ewtn.com/library/patristc/anf1-1.htm
(11-26-2018, 11:03 AM)Some Guy Wrote: [ -> ]Wait so you want an example but refuse to count Leo the Great? Sounds like you don’t want to believe.

OK - no, please share - off the top of my head I don't know Leo the Great.
Post # 9 on the last thread you made on this.

https://www.fisheaters.com/forums/showth...?tid=83652
Can you elaborate on what you mean by the words "primacy" and "supremacy" and how you see them as different?
(11-26-2018, 11:01 AM)Markie Boy Wrote: [ -> ]I can see Papal Primacy in the early church - but I have a hard time finding Infallibility and Supremacy.  Can anyone provide good examples from pre-Nicea?

Papal infallibility scripturally based between St. Peter, designated as the foundation to be built upon, is the church, and as Jesus Christ said--as I paraphrase--Hell will not prevail against her, but stand infallible.  Schisms occur due to the errors attributed to her.