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Catholic Church Waging War on Women and Gays

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“Pharmacists must seek to raise people's awareness so that all human beings are protected from conception to natural death, and so that medicines truly play a therapeutic role”

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truth

Perth, Australia

#248304 Feb 17, 2013
yes they are against woman..

Are you pro-death or pro-life?
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neve deve leve seve veve zeve
nive dive live=life sive vive zive=alive
nove dove love=love sove vove zove
nuve duve luve suve vuve zuve

love life alive

Within is been life which others try posses for themself..they forgot mother who give life for them
7 billions life on earth

byyyyyyyyyyyy

pray for every woman
truth

Perth, Australia

#248305 Feb 17, 2013
if they not give its mean they are
pro-death
death..represent evil
truth

Perth, Australia

#248306 Feb 17, 2013
death represent evil
truth

Perth, Australia

#248308 Feb 18, 2013

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

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#248309 Feb 18, 2013
truth wrote:
death represent evil
Where is that thought in any religious scripture? Or is that your personal opinion?

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248310 Feb 18, 2013
truth wrote:
if they not give its mean they are
pro-death
death..represent evil
Your imaginary god is also pro-death. He created women KNOWING they would have abortions.

Now ... I suggest you get back to worshipping him full time, as he doesn't want you to be yourself.

:)

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248311 Feb 18, 2013
truth wrote:
death represent evil
For creating a plan where death exists, are you suggesting that your god is EVIL?

It appears that he didn't want souls and his spirit to stay in communion with him, or he would have created that plan. He wanted humans and all other forms of life to be in states of suffering and misery, so he could preach about his own perfection. If he existed he would be an egotistical monster.

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248312 Feb 18, 2013
ONLY the theologians that created religion are responsible for religion. Imagine how many theologians would have lost their livelihoods if they had only preached of heaven.

Nature is cruel. It doesn't preach sermons about heaven or hell ... but it is fair and just ... as suffering applies to all forms of life ... including humans.

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248313 Feb 18, 2013
Baboons cheat on sexual partners

The team said the females were very vocal when mating with the leader but quiet when having their affairs.

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2013/02/15/Study-...

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248314 Feb 18, 2013
Those in religion that believe they are saved are often not in a hurry to go be with the god of their salvation. Most of them seem to want to stay on earth for some peculiar reason.

When they come down with some terminal disease ... rather than hoping the god will take them home, they often go through the most barbaric treatments to try to stay on earth.

Humans are indeed an odd lot of creatures.

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248315 Feb 18, 2013
My guess is that those who believe in the existence of heaven and hell, no matter how strong they claim is their faith, have some doubt about putting themselves in the care of such a god.

I wouldn't trust a god that created such a plan.

He could decide at any moment (tongue-in-cheek) that he changed his mind, in that I broke one of his very important commandments ... and in one of his moods send me to hell for eternity.

And all that worship I gave him while alive on earth wouldn't amount to even a pinch of salt.

If your faith in such a god is weak ... it SHOULD be weak. The theologians taught you that he has all the power ... and you have NONE.

Naughty, naughty theologians!!!

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248316 Feb 18, 2013
Some people believe that society is evil because lusts for material comforts replaced "GOD."

Theologians created gods to supply their own material comforts.

Make NO mistake about THAT issue.

Those popes, rabbis, mullahs, imams, dalai lamas, etc., lived high on their fear-filled dogmas created by mortal men that in turn lived the lust-filled lives comparable to gluttonous hogs in a trough.

And nothing has changed.

The working man, the soldiers, the women that gave birth to one child after another, after another were the ones to support the hogs at the top in power.

Wake up people ... or not ... the onus is on you.

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248317 Feb 18, 2013
By those in religion, the Divide and Conquer plan was and is used again and again and again.

Christians at odds with Christians. Muslims at odds with Muslims ... Jews at odds with Jews, and on and on and on.

Look around and see what religion has done for you. It gave you empty promises ... insurance-plans that in an after-life you will reap bliss!

The futility of it all by the majority goes unnoticed, and in turn keeps the Divide and Conquer plan alive and very unwell.

Is that the legacy you want to pass on to your children?

REALLY???

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248318 Feb 18, 2013
And at one time, popes could order who would be burned at the stake as heretics.

That's a lot of power for one man to hold over others ... and it occurred all because he was able to USE that one word ... "GOD."
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The Incredible Book of Vatican Facts and Papal Curiosities … A treasury of Trivia, by Nino Lo Bello~ Published 1998.

The pope can do the following

• approve or sanction or suppress religious orders
• grant indulgences
• beatify or canonize saints
• appoint bishops and name cardinals
• erect, administer, alter, or suppress bishoprics
• assign an auxiliary bishop to one who is incapacitated
• found and legislate for papal universities
• issue liturgical books
• administer the temporal goods of ecclesiastical foundations
• erect and govern missions dependent on the Holy See
• call, preside over, and adjourn ecumenical foundations
• regulate holy days and Catholic feasts
• introduce new rites and abrogate old ones
• issue ex cathedra decretals on belief
• introduce or alter or suppress Church laws on any subject
• defend doctrine against heresies
• relax vows and oaths for members of religious orders who want to return to secular life
• give matrimonial dispensations
• act as a court
• establish rules or judicial procedure
• establish censures or punishments
• organize courts for hearing cases
• organize courts or appoint synodal judges for the diocese of Rome

That’s what happens to a man when he becomes pope.

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248319 Feb 18, 2013
How Mother Teresa could buy that nonsense of poverty being honorable to "god" ... while at the same time she watched the members of the hierarchy living lives of hoggish gluttony is amazing to me.

She simply never wanted to rock her own boat concerning her own religious dogmas.

Had she asked questions it would have destroyed her own concept of reality ... sainthood, heaven and the lot, and that must have been more than she could bear.

But still, in her own words, her conscience let her know that she was at odds with herself.
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Mother Teresa, Come Be My Light … The Private Writings of the “Saint of Calcutta”… edited and with commentary by Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C.

The Documents

On some of the letters and notes about her interior darkness, Mother Teresa had written “matter of conscience.”

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248320 Feb 18, 2013
The popes and their courts had supreme authority over all other humans. And for centuries they put dissenting Catholics to death simply for not following the rules of the popes.

The ex-Catholic Protestants Luther and his gang of thugs were equally as barbaric ... but at least they broke the power held by the Popes.
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From the book,“The Papal Conspiracy Exposed, and Protestantism Defended,” by Rev. Edward Beecher, published in 1855, comes the following……

In the beginning of the sixteenth century, the well-known Dominican, Thomas of Gaeta, did not hesitate to declare the church a born slave, who could have no other remedy against a bad pope than to pray for him without ceasing.”

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248321 Feb 18, 2013
Now this pope was definitely in a foul mood.

How sad it was for the popes to not be able to put others to death for the sake of "god." sarcasm intended.
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From the book,“The Papal Conspiracy Exposed, and Protestantism Defended,” by Rev. Edward Beecher, published in 1855, comes the following……

When the Christian alliance was formed to extend the principles of religious liberty into all lands, Pope Gregory XVI., in an encyclical letter to all patriarchs, primates, archbishops, and bishops, issued May 8, 1844, denounced and slandered with the utmost virulence the whole doctrine of religious liberty, as hostile to the very fundamental elements of the Papacy, as well as of civil despotisms in general. He slandered it under the name of “indifference in religion.” The same pope also, in 1832, declared “that liberty of conscience is a most pestilential error,” and “that unbridled liberty of opinion is THAT PEST OF ALL OTHERS MOST TO BE DREADED IN THE STATE.” He also denounced “that worst and never to be sufficiently EXECRATED AND DETESTED LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.”
Heddo

Mooresville, NC

#248322 Feb 18, 2013
Hi

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248323 Feb 18, 2013
Heddo wrote:
Hi
Hi

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#248324 Feb 18, 2013
Why should a pope be above the law that others are expected to follow?

And if the pope is following his "god's laws" as he preaches at others, why does he have a need to have his own "sins" forgiven every week?

And, if Jesus died for sin, why is the pope still "in" a state of sin?

When scrutinized, none of it makes any sense.
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The Incredible Book of Vatican Facts and Papal Curiosities … A treasury of Trivia, by Nino Lo Bello~ Published 1998.

What happens to a man when he becomes pope?

• He assumes a new name and loses most of the civil ties that bind him to his country.
• He finds his daily life regulated, often down to the minute detail.
• He has his own confessor—who must be a Jesuit priest—who visits the Vatican once a week at a fixed time and who may absolve the pope of his sins.
• He finds that in theory he has full power over the Roman Catholic Church and every decree requires his approval. He can obey or ignore precedent. He can set aside tradition, write, or rewrite constitutions, proclaim dogmas on his own and change discipline without consultation. Although on certain matter, the pope is supposed to seek counsel and advice from the College of Cardinal, he is empowered to make up his own mind and take action. On matters of high policy, he may do as John XXIII did when, without calling in the curia cardinals for their views, he decided to go ahead with the Ecumenical Council.
• He finds he can be judged by no man. He is tantamount to a sovereign who cannot be brought to court.

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