Here is a paragraph or two from another message board that I found by a Roman Catholic that I found interesting. Please read: "I heard Scott Hahn talk a couple years ago on the (implied) biblical basis for Our Lady's Assumption and Coronation: Revelation 12:1 . St. John sees Our Lady in heaven as a "woman clothed with the sun, and on her head a crown of twelve starts...". Scott says this describes Our Lady in physical form, thus supporting the Church dogma of Mary being assumed body and soul into heaven. However, we Catholics should be careful not to fall into the Protestant trap that everything that Catholics believe better be proved through scriptures, or else it's false (as Scott also says, Sola Scriptura is not even scripture-based). We of course have the teaching magisterium of the Catholic church, which has been commissioned by Jesus to infallibly interpret Catholic faith and morals." It used to be that the Roman Catholic Church taught that the Bible did not contain all that there is to know concerning faith and practice. But their seems to be alot of "neo-catholics" out there today (Hahn, Staples, Sippo, Windsor, Keating) who seem to be able to support the Marion dogma with Scripture. This is one of the reasons Catholic apologist Robert Sungenis has been at odds with Hahn. Just look at his web site and read some of his articles against some of Hahn's teachings. If all these teachings of the Catholic Church can be supported with the Bible as Hahn says, does that make Catholics sola scriptura?