Sorry Clay, the catholic teachings have changed many times.<quoted text>
Actually, the Pope doesn't either. He has to believe the same teachings as his predecessors.
Therefore, anything He tells us will never go against what was already revealed from the Apostles.
What I'm saying is, if he is 'telling' us what to believe, it isn't coming from his personal opinion on scripture per se, but always in line - and never contradicting sacred scripture.
They have changed what is sin and what isn't which changes from pope to pope.
They have exalted Mary many times since 1950, making her more powerful each time.
What they haven't changed is the pagan teachings from once a very powerful religion. You know the sungodess, which goes by different name depending on the counry you live in.
You have had the wool pulled over your eyes you can't see so you don't believe.
Blessed are those who believe and can't see.