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Adam  the return SFCU
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Adam the return SFCU

no, we don’t

take a look at the fathers of Divine mercy “examination of conscience”

poshblond
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poshblond

job 9;9 He made [the constellations] Ursa Major, Orion, and the Pleiades, and the clusters of stars in the south

NudeN
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NudeN

They wouldn’t would they, it makes more sense than their church!

No Chance Without Jesus
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No Chance Without Jesus

Only in regards to the three wise men following the stars…but they were pagan

Pro. Dog Trainer Aimee
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Pro. Dog Trainer Aimee

No catholicism refers to the savior Jesus!

Max Marie, OSF
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Max Marie, OSF

Nope. Astronomy, yes. The Vatican has two observatories.

Jameel
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Jameel

No. Every Christian denomination that I can speak of does not believe in astrology. To say that stars changing and such has an effect on fate is, in a word, blasphemous.

El pappi ♂
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El pappi ♂

Does Religion Work on Scientific Experiments? the answer Is no!

^_^ you are so funny!

Ignatius J. Reilly
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Ignatius J. Reilly

ONly at Christmas when they say the THREE WISE MEN followed the STAR to the baby Jesus.

metroactus
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metroactus

yup

Johnny
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Johnny

Yep! The Bible says not to listen to it and that it is wrong.

Upon this rock
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Upon this rock

NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Astrology has been more than once formally condemned by the Church, as at the Council of Trent, which expressly forbade the faithful to read books on astrology dealing with “future contingent achievements, with fortuitous events and such actions as depend on human freedom, but daring to claim certitude about their occurrence” (Regulae Tridentinae, 9).