"Never believe anyone who is not cross-examined."
Not a Catholic thing.Forbidding to marry.
You can forgive the temporal penalties that are under your control for the sins of others, that's called indulgence. Man cannot forgive the eternal consequences of anybody's sins.That man has the ability to forgive sins.
Not a Catholic thing.That Mary needs to be an intercessor between man and God.
Then it's a good thing none of those things are true of Catholicism.All of these are founded in pagan beliefs. The roots of all of these ideas, and a lot more, originated in Nimrod's Babylon. It's a short list right here but it demonstrated the principal.
And if anybody wants to know what the actual Catholic Church says that Catholicism actually teaches and believes, as opposed to misconceptions and misunderstandings, look for the Catechism of the Catholic Church, available in its entirety for free online, and for about 15 USD for a paperback book.If anyone is interested in learning more there is a book written in the 1850s by a Scottish minister that documents the links in detail using ancient history and the Bible. It is titled The Two Babylons written by Alexander Hislop and a is a masterpiece of documentation. I found it a few months ago looking for historical reading material on archive.org. I found later it is available from multiple resources on line as it is long out of any copyright laws. It's a fascinating read.