Dogma and Doctrine
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This paper discusses the true cohesion that exists between dogma and doctrine within the Catholic faith. The paper defines the terms dogma and doctrine and then relates them to Catholicism and how they are expressed within Catholic faith, individually. It then goes on to show how the two concepts are closely related and used together in Catholicism.
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