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Having just a difference of opinion on serious issues isn’t generally good for the Church. However if different cultural traditions bring about different styles of worship that enhance the faith then it is worthwhile.
Faithful Catholics cannot have varying opinions on what the Church has definitively defined/Divine Revelation. We can have varying opinions on what the Church has not yet defined or on what falls under “prudential judgment”.
This covers what is to be believed by all faithful Catholics:
[color=darkred:lpcanvfk]Canon 750 ‚Äì ¬ß 1. Those things are to be believed by divine and catholic faith which are contained in the word of God as it has been written or handed down by tradition, that is, in the single deposit of faith entrusted to the Church, and which are at the same time proposed as divinely revealed either by the solemn Magisterium of the Church, or by its ordinary and universal Magisterium, which in fact is manifested by the common adherence of Christ’s faithful under the guidance of the sacred Magisterium. All are therefore bound to avoid any contrary doctrines.
¬ß 2. Furthermore, each and everything set forth definitively by the Magisterium of the Church regarding teaching on faith and morals must be firmly accepted and held; namely, those things required for the holy keeping and faithful exposition of the deposit of faith; therefore, anyone who rejects propositions which are to be held definitively sets himself against the teaching of the Catholic Church.[/color:lpcanvfk]