"Does the Catholic Church still sell indulgences? "<quoted text>
SOOO $$$$ FOR AN AMPLE AMOUNT.$$$$, A PRIEST CAN PRAY $$$ YOUR LOVED
OUT OF THE IMAGINARY PURGATORY ,$$$$
$$$ YOU CAN ALSO PURCHASE AN INDULGENCE.$$$ ALSO....
Does any here know where they can BUY AN OUTFIT FROM THE SAME COMPANY..
THAT MADE EMPERORS NEW CLOTHES?....
That's like asking, "Have you stopped beating your wife?" The Catholic Church does not now nor has it ever approved the sale of indulgences. This is to be distinguished from the undeniable fact that individual Catholics (perhaps the best known of them being the German Dominican Johann Tetzel [1465-1519]) did sell indulgences--but in doing so they acted contrary to explicit Church regulations. This practice is utterly opposed to the Catholic Church's teaching on indulgences, and it cannot be regarded as a teaching or practice of the Church.