Originally Posted by Love The Fisherman
The Creed we say at Mass (Council of Nicea?) contains a summary of Our Faith. Can it ever be revised to include things like the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin? Do Dogmas belong in the Creed? Also what did the Pope mean by "Universal Church" to whom he addressed this Dogma (Assumption). Sorry for all the questions!
The Church has the authority to amend the Creed.
The Creed itself is not a dogma, although it certainly refers to some
teachings which are dogmas. The Creed need not contain every
dogma of the Church.
The Universal Church is the whole Church, as opposed to a particular
diocese or religious order or Rite.