The Facts

Richmond, KY

#82 Jan 12, 2014
Parishioner wrote:
If father linh has not taught heresy? I welcome the bishop's coreection. I will make a public apology. I offered to speak several times. If the bishop sees that it is heresy then it is his duty to correct his priest and fix the damage. I'm here to tell the story and see if the bishop will act. I would like best if father linh left and got a fresh start somewhere else. I prefer to worship God where he is not the celebrant, where he is not teaching my children. If there was another way to reach the bishop I would. Letters don't get a response.. I also told him in advance this is what I was going to do. This did not have to happen. Fr. Linh refused to respond also to my requestt for a.meeting with me and another priest.
This could end right now with a call from the bishop and an agreement to discuss this matter. It seems this is the forum they like.
I've got something to confess. I don't know where your church is or who your priest is. I just came upon this site and thought I'd poke fun at you because the things you've said sound quite crazy. I now think you may seriously have some mental issues and apologize for poking fun at someone if they really have mental issues. I hope you can get the help you need. I don't apologize for the things I said regarding the Catholic Church in general. I feel they are in in complete contrast to what a humble religion should represent. That's just my opinion though. Are you the only parishioner that has issues with your priest? You stated earlier you were considering leaving the church. I suggest trying out some other denominations. Maybe this is a sign from God that it is time for you to try new things. You seem to truly value the word of God. Try a new christian church where they value more the word and not the ritualistic things that man has created. May God bless you, and I will pray for you.
Parishioner

Clay City, KY

#83 Jan 12, 2014
The Facts wrote:
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I've got something to confess. I don't know where your church is or who your priest is. I just came upon this site and thought I'd poke fun at you because the things you've said sound quite crazy. I now think you may seriously have some mental issues and apologize for poking fun at someone if they really have mental issues. I hope you can get the help you need. I don't apologize for the things I said regarding the Catholic Church in general. I feel they are in in complete contrast to what a humble religion should represent. That's just my opinion though. Are you the only parishioner that has issues with your priest? You stated earlier you were considering leaving the church. I suggest trying out some other denominations. Maybe this is a sign from God that it is time for you to try new things. You seem to truly value the word of God. Try a new christian church where they value more the word and not the ritualistic things that man has created. May God bless you, and I will pray for you.
And now , i believe you have even more that needs to be confessed. I will pray for you.
The Facts

Richmond, KY

#84 Jan 12, 2014
Do Catholics use and read the Bible(both new and Old Testament)?
The Facts

Richmond, KY

#85 Jan 12, 2014
Parishioner wrote:
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And now , i believe you have even more that needs to be confessed. I will pray for you.
No that's ill I've got to confess. Why, did I do something else I didn't realize was wrong?
Parishioner

Clay City, KY

#86 Jan 13, 2014
Does your Christian faith teach and believe in the REAL PRESENCE ?
IN THE EUCHARIST.
LUtherines and Anglcans and CATHOLICS believe..
You spoke of a Christian faith but your actions here on this site are not those of a Christian.
Many would say that my actions here are not those of a Christian either. GOD will judge me.
You are ignorant of the Catholic faith . Yet you proudly speak against the Church.
And you keep calling me crazy ?????
The facts

Richmond, KY

#87 Jan 13, 2014
Have you received the Eucharist from your priest after you accuse him of commuting heresy?
Answer me that question then I shall reveal to you much more than you could imagine.
Parishioner

United States

#88 Jan 13, 2014
Yes. After the first time.
No since going public.6
Confused

Richmond, KY

#89 Jan 13, 2014
Parishioner wrote:
Yes. After the first time.
No since going public.6
So you took communion from someone you think is committing heresy. That seems a bit hypocritical. If the priest is guilty of heresy then how is he able to convert the bread and wine into the body and blood? It seems if you truly thought he was guilty then you would also think it was heresy to take communion from him. Does that make since?
Pparishioner

Clay City, KY

#90 Jan 13, 2014
Confused wrote:
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So you took communion from someone you think is committing heresy. That seems a bit hypocritical. If the priest is guilty of heresy then how is he able to convert the bread and wine into the body and blood? It seems if you truly thought he was guilty then you would also think it was heresy to take communion from him. Does that make since?
What would you do?
Curious

Stanton, KY

#91 Jan 14, 2014
So did you get your meeting with the priest and bishop? Did you get them straightened out?
Parishioner

Pikeville, KY

#92 Jan 15, 2014
Curious wrote:
So did you get your meeting with the priest and bishop? Did you get them straightened out?
No meeting.......
Please explain how you could straighten them out?
Are you talking about a "change of heart".
That is something only God can do ( in my opinion ).
Curious

Stanton, KY

#93 Jan 15, 2014
Parishioner wrote:
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No meeting.......
Please explain how you could straighten them out?
Are you talking about a "change of heart".
That is something only God can do ( in my opinion ).
Didn't you say you wanted a three hour meeting with them? What do you hope to achieve at the meeting?
Parishioner

Pikeville, KY

#94 Jan 15, 2014
Curious wrote:
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Didn't you say you wanted a three hour meeting with them? What do you hope to achieve at the meeting?
Thsnks for your interest.
Parishioner

Winchester, KY

#95 Jan 16, 2014
Things that make you go hmmmmm.
Parishionet

Winchester, KY

#96 Jan 17, 2014
Since father Linh uses the phrase the Catholic "Church does not condemn" in conversation and teachings with parishioners when talking about situations that are in disagreement with church teachings doesn't this imply that there are situations where the Church condemns.
I would love to know the most recent time the Church has condemned anything. Especially personal behavior.
Isn't this type of speach a cop-out or plea for everyone to reserve their opinion and ignore grave sin?
Is this the calling of a priest?
Curious

Stanton, KY

#97 Jan 17, 2014
Parishionet wrote:
Since father Linh uses the phrase the Catholic "Church does not condemn" in conversation and teachings with parishioners when talking about situations that are in disagreement with church teachings doesn't this imply that there are situations where the Church condemns.
I would love to know the most recent time the Church has condemned anything. Especially personal behavior.
Isn't this type of speach a cop-out or plea for everyone to reserve their opinion and ignore grave sin?
Is this the calling of a priest?
Isn't God the only one that can condemn you? It seems the church would not condone a lot of things, but does it even have the capacity to condemn?
weighing in

Georgetown, KY

#98 Jan 17, 2014
Curious wrote:
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Isn't God the only one that can condemn you? It seems the church would not condone a lot of things, but does it even have the capacity to condemn?
I think the problem is that there are different definitions of condemn. There's condemn as in saying something is bad/wrong/unacceptable (which the Church does do) and then there's condemn as in consider someone guilty and give them a certain sentence. Two separate definitions. The Church can condemn an action as a sin but only God can condemn you as in say you are guilty and going to hell.
Parishioner

United States

#99 Jan 17, 2014
weighing in wrote:
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I think the problem is that there are different definitions of condemn. There's condemn as in saying something is bad/wrong/unacceptable (which the Church does do) and then there's condemn as in consider someone guilty and give them a certain sentence. Two separate definitions. The Church can condemn an action as a sin but only God can condemn you as in say you are guilty and going to hell.
The times father Linh has used the phrase he said "condemn me" and. "Condemn you"
As if the Church condemned people.
Like I stated in previous post... l believe his diction is intentionally misleading.
Since the Catholic Church is not Condemning people, to the best of my knowledge. What other purpose would there be for making such a rediculous statements. I would like to hear from bishop Gainer. I reported father the first time he said this bull and was chastised by father Linh. Does this priest have some kind of notion that the Catholic Church is condemning people. I love the church and hate what I am doing here but believe it is neccessary.
Wondering

Stanton, KY

#100 Jan 17, 2014
Parishioner wrote:
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The times father Linh has used the phrase he said "condemn me" and. "Condemn you"
As if the Church condemned people.
Like I stated in previous post... l believe his diction is intentionally misleading.
Since the Catholic Church is not Condemning people, to the best of my knowledge. What other purpose would there be for making such a rediculous statements. I would like to hear from bishop Gainer. I reported father the first time he said this bull and was chastised by father Linh. Does this priest have some kind of notion that the Catholic Church is condemning people. I love the church and hate what I am doing here but believe it is neccessary.
So have you spoken to the bishop, and if so what was his response? Have you discussed it with others in your church, and if so how did they respond?
Parishioner

Stanton, KY

#101 Jan 18, 2014
In the bible when Christ is speaking with his apostles HE says. If you say men's sins are forgiven. Then they are forgiven. If you say they are held bound........
What do you think this means?
Is this an authority he gave to the aposttles.? To the Church? If HE did? And
If a preacher or priest is participating in sin. Does this man of the cloth share in that authority?

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