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Category:Vatican City needs to be kept seperate as it is a sovereign state. Category:The Papacy is a fairly wide ranging category that needs to include more than the administrative structures as it has theological, historical and ceremonial articles that can also hang off this.
Not everything in Category:Roman Curia can be included in Category:Curial Congregationsalthough the congregations are a clearly defined category. As long as the inclusion criteria are clear for both articles and sub and properly followed, where is the problem?
JASpencer9 August UTC I should wiith re the above comment that I'm perfectly willing to accept that the inclusion may be unclear or not followed. If this is the case let's sort this out first.
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I found the article Veneration in Category:Roman Catholic worship. With so manyit's too easy for things to be inappropriately categorized. I think there needs to be some serious discussion regarding any related to the Catholic Church. Chicbyaccident talk16 November UTC lay cardinal[ edit ] I just created the new titled lay cardinal.
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I cyat know which s ought to link to it, but at this time only Giacomo Antonelli links there. Perhaps those who read this talk can link more s to this now nearly orphaned article. While browsing the articles contained in Category:Catholicism and Freemasonry there are a bunch of stub articles on various Papal Encyclicals that really do not say anything beyond the fact that the encyclical was against Freemasonry.
See, for example, Annum ingressi and Mirari Vos. Chag don't even say that much see: Inimica vis. Would it not make more sense to combine these into one article?
Say: "Papal Encyclicals condeming Freemasonry" or something. I can understand that some of them deserve their own articles Humanum Genus for examplebut many of them could probably be combined in some form. I come to this from both sides of the coin: I am a Catholic not a "good" one in many eyes, but still a Catholic and, yes, I am a Freemason.
The suggestion stems from neither of these I simply hate ultra stubby articles.
Instead, read the encyclicals and expand the articles with appropriate commentary. These are both religious and state documents and deserve their own articles. This should read: Category:Roman Catholic Church.
It will create confusion when churches say Roman on their physical door, and users can not be sure if they are really Roman via the category structure here. And what is to be gained here? An attempt at a universal church via a free encyclopedia? All the category s should follow the same standard, that is, "Catholic" not "Roman Catholic".
Just search the Vatican website: "Catholic" to "Roman Catholic" is favored by a margin of Protoclete talk23 October UTC Removal of unnecessary header[ edit ] There is a reason why s on the Catholic church should reflect the teachings of the Catholic church and not those of other churches. If you wish to add this picture to other s, feel free to do so, just not this one. What's wrong with it exactly?
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