List of Roman Catholic False Doctrines
Annoying Proxy

France

#181 Nov 27, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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You are correct and it is quite understandable given that most have a huge and steady stream of tourists trampling through requiring amenities which cannot be provided by a parish's ordinary collections. The maintenance on these ancient structures is enormous and they can't simply go to Lowe's and pickup some roofing patch when there is a leak in the lead. I can't recall which one but I even had to buy a permit to take pics inside. Didn't mind at all even though the church had been stolen from the Catholic Church. My gift shop purchases were mostly cd's of the choirs but I do have a small piece of blue stained glass in a leaded frame from the restorations at Salisbury Cathedral which hangs on the Christmas tree every year along with a scone from afternoon tea at the Palm Court of the Ritz Hotel. The very, very best gift shop has to be in the crypt at St. Martin in the Fields where you can have lunch/dinner and attend a candle lit concert in the nave.
The Roman Catholic Church has billions to spend on scandals but needs to take up a special collection for the church maintenance. Reminds me of the Philippine disaster. The Pope said they needed to take up a special collection all the while those people were starving. They could have sent a little Vatican spare change which would have been a fortune to those people but that wouldn't make the Vatican any money. I doubt if the Philippine people saw a penny. Last but not least, DID PEDOPHILE PRIESTS ADMINISTER COMMUNION TO THE SAINTS? Afraid to answer.
Annoying Proxy

France

#182 Nov 27, 2013
Mike Peterson claims the priests that are involved in the scandals and were administering communion turned into the person of Christ when they administered communion. So I guess he was trying to say it was okay. Jesus when Judas was in charge of the money bag said he was the Son of Perdition. Were these Catholic priests of Satan also? If they were not of Christ but Satan were they administering the communion of Satan to the flock?

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#183 Nov 27, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
<quoted text>The Roman Catholic Church has billions to spend on scandals but needs to take up a special collection for the church maintenance. Reminds me of the Philippine disaster. The Pope said they needed to take up a special collection all the while those people were starving. They could have sent a little Vatican spare change which would have been a fortune to those people but that wouldn't make the Vatican any money. I doubt if the Philippine people saw a penny. Last but not least, DID PEDOPHILE PRIESTS ADMINISTER COMMUNION TO THE SAINTS? Afraid to answer.
F**king idiot...these are all Church of England structures.

Tenured professor at the Sproul School of Theology...Bill Maher.

Since: Jun 11

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#184 Nov 27, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
Mike Peterson claims the priests that are involved in the scandals and were administering communion turned into the person of Christ when they administered communion. So I guess he was trying to say it was okay. Jesus when Judas was in charge of the money bag said he was the Son of Perdition. Were these Catholic priests of Satan also? If they were not of Christ but Satan were they administering the communion of Satan to the flock?
Bill Mahr/Sproul manure.
Annoying Proxy

France

#185 Nov 27, 2013


MarkEden wrote:
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F**king idiot...these are all Church of England structures.
Tenured professor at the Sproul School of Theology...Bill Maher.
I am so glad you brought this up. Below is from the cathedral in Salisbury website, which brings me to this question. Why would the Catholic church spend money paying off and hiding pedophile scandals and yet not spend a penny to help preserve their church history? Is pedophile assistance a more worthy cause?


What is the difference between the Catholic Church and the Church of England and was the Cathedral originally catholic?
The word catholic means universal. Until the Reformation in 1534 the whole church in the west owed its allegiance to the Pope in the catholic tradition. When the King Henry VIII rejected the authority of the Pope, church buildings and property continued to be used. The Church of England as it became known,(now part of the worldwide Anglican Church), did not reject the threefold order of ministry - bishops, priests and deacons, kept the historic creeds and retained the main liturgical structures of the pre-reformation church. In due course, much of its teaching reflected the concerns of the reformers. As a result the Church of England considers itself to be both catholic and reformed with the Cathedral now an Anglican place of worship.
Annoying Proxy

France

#186 Nov 27, 2013
After all Mark some of the Catholic churches money was obtained by their priests charging grief stricken relatives to get their deceased loved ones out of purgatory. Why would it not be a priority for the Catholic church to preserve their colorful history?
William

Folsom, LA

#187 Nov 27, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
Tenured professor at the Sproul School of Theology...Bill Maher.
Really do not care for that douchebag. I can tolerate most any idiot except a flaming unfunny atheist.
Annoying Proxy

France

#188 Nov 28, 2013
I have never watched his show because I don't think I can get it, don't watch much TV anyway. What this does show when you do a church for him is exactly what the public thinks of the Catholic scandals. They have lost credibility and cannot hide truth. If several hundred years should pass they may eventually cover it up to some extent as they have done in the past(they have plenty of practice at it)but it will still be there always. The only thing that will bring a confession of something resembling repentance from Catholics is the fear of losing a dollar bill.
Annoying Proxy

France

#189 Nov 28, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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F**king idiot...these are all Church of England structures.
Tenured professor at the Sproul School of Theology...Bill Maher.
Have a nice, great, ole, big, Catholic day.

Since: Jun 11

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#190 Nov 28, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
After all Mark some of the Catholic churches money was obtained by their priests charging grief stricken relatives to get their deceased loved ones out of purgatory. Why would it not be a priority for the Catholic church to preserve their colorful history?
More Sproul shit this morning.

Since: Jun 11

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#191 Nov 28, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
I have never watched his show because I don't think I can get it, don't watch much TV anyway. What this does show when you do a church for him is exactly what the public thinks of the Catholic scandals. They have lost credibility and cannot hide truth. If several hundred years should pass they may eventually cover it up to some extent as they have done in the past(they have plenty of practice at it)but it will still be there always. The only thing that will bring a confession of something resembling repentance from Catholics is the fear of losing a dollar bill.
More Sproul shit this morning.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#192 Nov 28, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
<quoted text>I am so glad you brought this up. Below is from the cathedral in Salisbury website, which brings me to this question. Why would the Catholic church spend money paying off and hiding pedophile scandals and yet not spend a penny to help preserve their church history? Is pedophile assistance a more worthy cause?
What is the difference between the Catholic Church and the Church of England and was the Cathedral originally catholic?
The word catholic means universal. Until the Reformation in 1534 the whole church in the west owed its allegiance to the Pope in the catholic tradition. When the King Henry VIII rejected the authority of the Pope, church buildings and property continued to be used. The Church of England as it became known,(now part of the worldwide Anglican Church), did not reject the threefold order of ministry - bishops, priests and deacons, kept the historic creeds and retained the main liturgical structures of the pre-reformation church. In due course, much of its teaching reflected the concerns of the reformers. As a result the Church of England considers itself to be both catholic and reformed with the Cathedral now an Anglican place of worship.
More Sproul shit this morning.

Since: Jun 11

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#193 Nov 28, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
<quoted text>Have a nice, great, ole, big, Catholic day.
More Sproul shit this morning.
Dave P

Morehead, KY

#194 Nov 28, 2013
It seems that Bacchiocci has a problem.

Yes he has major problems. On the Day of Atonement, he believed one of the goats represented Satan. Problem indeed.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#195 Nov 28, 2013
Dave P wrote:
It seems that Bacchiocci has a problem.
Yes he has major problems. On the Day of Atonement, he believed one of the goats represented Satan. Problem indeed.
Maybe he has some. The fact remains that there isn't Scriptural support to change worship from Sabbath to Sunday. There is Scriptural support that Jesus upheld the Sabbath. That's what really matters anyway.
Dave P

Morehead, KY

#196 Nov 28, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
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Maybe he has some. The fact remains that there isn't Scriptural support to change worship from Sabbath to Sunday. There is Scriptural support that Jesus upheld the Sabbath. That's what really matters anyway.
Yeah, the accounts in Acts and 1 Corinthians aren't scriptural support are they? The church was gathering on Sunday and Jesus never said anything was wrong with that either.
Dave P

Morehead, KY

#197 Nov 28, 2013
21 Jesus said to her,“Woman, believe Me, the hour is coming when you will neither on this mountain, nor in Jerusalem, worship the Father. 22 You worship what you do not know; we know what we worship, for salvation is of the Jews. 23 But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth; for the Father is seeking such to worship Him. 24 God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.”

Guess many never take Jesus serious about this. Most still worry about time, place, activities, etc.
William

Warrior, AL

#198 Nov 28, 2013
Warmed-over Judaism is still alive and well.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Annoying Proxy

France

#199 Nov 28, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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More Sproul shit this morning.
That's four posts in a row like this by our silver tongued Catholic. Tomorrow morning I suggest you try something else for breakfast.

Since: Jun 11

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#203 Nov 29, 2013
Annoying Proxy wrote:
<quoted text>That's four posts in a row like this by our silver tongued Catholic. Tomorrow morning I suggest you try something else for breakfast.
I simply call it what it is.

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