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in fa li bi li tee

  • n  the quality of never making an error

  • He promulgated two of Catholicism's most triumphal doctrines--the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and papal infallibility.
  • Cheney, Dick infallibility of continues to be touted by unpopularity of puts in perspective claims of infallibility of.
  • Hasler discovered reports that Pius denounced opponents of infallibility variously as "donkeys," "betrayers" and "sick in the head.

  • Timothy Dolan in FOXNews
    When a reporter noted that Dolan was the latest in a series of Irish-American archbishops in New York, Dolan responded: "It's a sign of the Holy Father's infallibility, don't you think?"
  • Antonio in San Francisco Chronicle
    But out of [this newspaper article] comes a very clear thing: You can't trust the government; you can't believe what [the government] says; you can't rely on their judgment and the implicit infallibility if presidents, which has been an accepted... HR Haldeman Wave of Long Island (subscription) Jul 6, 2006 51463 68971 infallibility The main flaws are not in the software, hardware or in the data transmission systems, but in the human links that control the connections between the three - connections held together by the myth of infallibility and incorruptibility of those who...

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