Is the concept of Metaphysical healing contrary to the teachings of The Roman Catholic Church?
Would like to have detailed answers please.
I just need to know that what do you mean by metaphysical? defining such a complex word is not easy i know. but let me know about your concept
then i only i can answer the question.
im not 1005 on metaphysical healing - i would have to say - no- because God/jesus omplete metaphysical healing i think that the RCC does not support "faith healers", i think the bible does actually warn us against false prophets and the faith healers MAY be included in that but - im not 100%. TH
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