Yes. However, the Bible needs to be read in the proper context.
Some passages may seem hard to understand or hard to reconcile with certain things in the Catholic Church. These are called, ‘apparent contradictions.’ They are only apparent, and not real.
For example, some recall Jesus’ words to ‘call no man on earth your father.’ Some use this as an argument to say priests should not be called fathers. That said, later in the Bible Jesus calls Abraham ‘Father Abraham’, and St. Paul (who wrote half of the New Testament) himself calls others and even himself ‘father.’ This phrase of Jesus was a Jewish hyperbole, and not meant to be taken literally.
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