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- abbreviation Roman Catholic Church
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- noun Red cell concentrate.
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Before this section fills with diatribe about how the RCC is full of perverts and that all religion is evil ....
This resident is lacking; she needs a crash course in RCC relation ship centered care.
The pro-Vatican people seem to argue by holding up an organizational flow chart they call the RCC and then point out who is on top of the chart.
I don’t live in the US, and am not RCC as I have said, but from what I read on the net, I get the impression the US RCC is getting its act together, eg. in the political of its members (I often say that if the RCs here in Britain just abstained on election day, Labour governments (principal promoters of the CD, here) would be a thing of the past.
Relic, you see the problem is that most of us don't believe that the RCC is the church that Jesus built.
Relic, you see here is the problem; those of us that believe in the catholic small c church do not disagree with Christ, we do however disagree that the RCC is the only authority.
We demand you substantiate from scripture the claim that the RCC is the church Jesus built.
On the other hand, there are more radical, non-hybrid theories that do without boundaries also with regard to the structure of space-time (the most influential instance is the so-called RCC calculus of Randell, Cui, and Cohn 1992).
It may surprise you, but several of my fellow Orthodox actually call the RCC's theology the theology of "the Frankish private church" because of it.
I realize that the RCC's settlement is the largest of its kind because the RCC is the largest of ITS kind... but institutionally, this 2000-year-old body still has some growing up to do before it becomes a responsible adult, IMO.
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