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In the Roman Catholic Church, the doctrine (also called papal infallibility) that in specified circumstances the Pope is incapable of error in pronouncing dogma; the assertion that infallibility attached to his definitions in matters of faith and morals was made by the Vatican Council of 1870.

Subjects: Christianity.

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