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Every one of those fathers identified themselves as Catholics and members of the Catholic Church. Which ones were evangelical fundamentalists?
I am a catholic just as the early church fathers identified themselves as such and my theology and my doctrine is represented by them not the Modern Day sects' doctrine called the RCC. The RCC has deviated so far from the early fathers teachings and their original substance found in the Word of God your sect is now going in the opposite direction.
Your sect does not get to define what catholic is today the Bible does and to an extent the early church fathers. The RCC definition is not Gods the Bibles or the Early Church fathers definition
The Roman Catholic church makes up their doctrine to maintain there control and then reads into the Bible and early church fathers writings what they already believe.
You have never in your life read the early church fathers and let their words meanings penetrate you.
You most likely were taught what to believe and never ever actually tested to see if what you were taught is actually so.
No you swallowed the kool aid with out blinking and now all you do is regurgitate your brain washed ideas.