Why did the Catholic church officially proclaimed St. Lorenzo Ruiz as a saint?

Question by Shauntel lei R. castañeda: Why did the Catholic church officially proclaimed St. Lorenzo Ruiz as a saint?
Why did the Catholic church officially proclaimed him as a saint?

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Answer by Child of GOD
Because in the world, human beings with “human” authority, are allowed to make anything into a saint. God is the only one who can make that decision and say who is and or is not a saint.

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does the episcopal church in USA officially accept gay people?

Question by simple2012: does the episcopal church in USA officially accept gay people?
or just it depends of the episcopal church since they are divided in this topic.. I heard this church is splitting in many churches because this issue is that true? will survive the original episcopal church?

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Answer by AJ
I don’t know if that’s true or false, but the Bible doesn’t change and it still says that homosexuals, just like any other sinner that doesn’t become a Christian and change their ways, will go to Hell.

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What is the most detailed description of heaven officially accepted by the Roman Catholic Church?

Question by q4norm.answ3rs: What is the most detailed description of heaven officially accepted by the Roman Catholic Church?
What is the most detailed description of heaven officially accepted by the Roman Catholic Church?

Quotes from the bible, links to the vatican website, or showing you have authoritative knowledge (you’re a scholar or a priest or someone who would know) on this subject appreciated very much! Please PLEASE don’t just give your opinion without backing it up with something – thanks!!!!!!!!
i think some of you need a lesson on how to quote a website.

If you answer this queston by saying “heaven is pancakes” and list the website www.toasters.com as your source, then I’d better be able to find a place on that site where it says the words “heaven is panckaes”. lol…

For example, Daver, next time could you put http://www.catholicreference.net/index.cfm?id=33880 instead of just http://www.catholicreference.net/ ? thx!

Anyway if you quote from a website it’d be nice if you say a little about who that website is, why you trust it, and what that site is quoting from (if it is quoting) Anyone can write anything on the internet, after all 😉 thx guys!

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Answer by Paki88
No one can ever know Till you’v been there yourself so you can’t really tell fact from fiction

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