deposit of faith

deposit of faith
 ; depositum fidei
   This term (from the Latin deponere, meaning "to lay aside" or "to put down") refers toChrist's message of Revelation that was handed down to the Apostles, who in turn transmitted this message via Traditionand the Scriptures to the Church. (See CCC 84)

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