Priest tells Kris: Stay away from politics

May 6, 2013 Full story: ABS-CBN News 38

An official of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines yesterday said she should not for the sake of delicadeza.

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ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#21 May 8, 2013
amc wrote:
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im convinced that all religions are evil and beginning with INC should all eat lead ASAP.
and thats the gospel for 2day.
AMC,

The Iglesia ni Cristo is different from others:

"Why is it that everytime we get to talking about a strong and well-managed, disciplined and powerful church, we invariably point to the Iglesia Ni Cristo?

"We would even heave a sigh and wonder what makes the INC so influential. What makes its members so committed and disciplined that they attend services twice a week without fail?"

Reference:[Bodegon, Joel L. The Isaiah Paradigm: Recapturing the Role of the Laity, p. 116]

“The INC does have discipline and its leaders do keep themselves very low-key, something that we wish our own Catholic bishops would learn to do…”

Reference: Paredes, Ducky. Malaya, Feb. 19, 2003.

"On October 30, 1501, Burchard described a dinner in the apartment of Caesar in the Vatican at which fifty naked Roman harlots chased chestnuts that were scattered over the floor, while Pope Alexander (VI) and Lucrezia looked on with amusement."

Reference:(Paul Williams, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Catholic Church But Were Afraid to Ask For Fear of Excommunication. New York: Doubleday, 1989, p.19)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#22 May 8, 2013
“Its impressive beautiful cathedral-chapels in the major towns and cities add to this image of imposing power.”

Reference:(Iglesia ni Cristo: A Study in Independent Church Dynamics, p.13)

Were there elections in 2011 and 2012??? A BIG NO!!! Yet, the Iglesia ni Cristo built hundreds of chapels all over the world during these years!!! Here are some as reported for the months of September-December 2012:

1. In the Nueva Era Resettlement Project of the Iglesia ni Cristo in Veruela, Agusan del Sur, three were decicated to God.
2. Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo South.
3. Libertad, Romblon.
4. Rajal, Pangasinan East.
5. Acharon, Cotabato South.
6. Mahayahay, Misamis Occidental.
7. Liskeb, Bacnotan, La Union.
8. Pila, Laguna.
9. Bataraza, Palawan South.
10. Tiposu, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan East.
11. Bebeladan, El Nido, Palawan.
12. San Alejandro, Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija South and
13. Payatas, Metro Manila Central.
14. Locale of Mararigue, San Manuel, Isabela West.
15. Locale of San Isidro, Rosario, Batangas.
16. Locale of Pinaod, Bulacan North.
17. Locale of Alamada, Maguindanao.
18. Locale of Mulanay, Quezon South.
19. Locale of Canda, Quezon West.
20. Locale of Sipit, Butuan, Agusan del Sur.
21. Locale of Borlan, Zamboanga Central.
22. Locale of Longa-og, Sto. Tomas, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Norte.
23. Locale of Inaban, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.
24. Locale of Malonoy, Dau, Ecclesiastical District of Capiz.
25. Locale of Boalan, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
26. Locale of Tuao, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan South.
27. Locale of Paniqui, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
28. Locale of Andres Bonifacio, Llaneras, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija North.
29. Locale of Kabatuhan, Labo, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Norte.
30. Locale of Natividad, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan.
31. Locale of Taculing, Bacolod City, Ecclesiastical District of Negros Occidental.
32. Locale of Mayngaway, San Andres, Ecclesiastical District of Catanduanes.
33. Locale of Carigara, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte East.
34. Locale of Isabel, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte West.
35. Locale of Real, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon North.
36. Locale of Jolo, Sulu, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
37. Locale of Tenan, Ipil, Ecclesiastical District of Zamboanga Central.
38. Locale of Washington D.C., Ecclesiastical District of Northeastern Seaboard.
39. Locale of Miami, Florida, Ecclesiastical District of Southeastern Seaboard.
40. Locale of Bamban, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac South.
41. Locale of Tangkaran, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
42. Locale of Ondoy, Ibajay, Ecclesiastical District of Aklan.
43. Locale of Veruela, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Sur.
44. Locale of Pili, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Sur.
45. Locale of Yumbing, Camiguin, Ecclesiastical District of Misamis Oriental.
46. Locale of San Sebastian, San Luis, Ecclesiastical District of Pampanga.
47. Locale of Dolores, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac South.
48. Locale of Pinaod, San Ildefonso, Ecclesiastical District of Bulacan North.
49. Locale of Lipa City, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas (Enlarged and renovated to accomodate new converts).
50. Locale of Bascaran, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#23 May 8, 2013
“…a Japanese architect was driving in Tondo and saw the Iglesia church there. Its like a jewel sparkling in the sun.…I have traveled to many places, but I have not seen anything like it.”

Reference:(“A signature in the sky,” Philippine Free Press, p.15)

With or without election, the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo) would continue to bring glory to the Almighty God by building and buying grandiose and beautiful chapels!!! For the first quarter of 2013, more than 30 were already dedicated to God:

1. Locale of San Francisco, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon South.
2. Locale of San Jose, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato Southeast.
3. Locale of Gulod, Calatagan, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
4. Locale of Aguila, Ecclesiastical District of Antique.
5. Locale of Ajuy, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo North.
6. Locale of Hinobaan, Ecclesiastical District of Negros del Sur.
7. Locale of Lipa City, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.
8. Locale of Jomalig, Jomalig Island, Ecclesiastical District of Quezon North.
9. Locale of Talagutong, Don Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Sur.
10. Locale of Pili, San Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.
11. Locale of Camiling, Ecclesiastical District of Tarlac North.
12. Locale of Sugcong, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
13. Locale of Agoo, Ecclesiastical District of La Union.
14. Locale of Halimutoc, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Vizcaya.
15. Locale of Bagong Silang, Ilagan, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela West.
16. Locale of Salvacion, Guimaras, Ecclesiastical District of Iloilo South.
17. Locale of Sta, Ana, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Norte.
18. Locale of Sablayan, Ecclesiastical District of Mindoro Occidental.
19. Locale of Manticao, Ecclesiastical District of Misamis Oriental.
20. Locale of Catbalogan, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
21. Locale of San Juan, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan South.
22. Locale of Cabayawasan, Mangatarem, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.
23. Locale of Macrohon, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte East.
24. Locale of Ramon, Lamut, Ifugao, Ecclesiastical District of Isabela South.
25. Locale of Motiong, Ecclesiastical District of Samar South.
26. Locale of Bombon, Ecclesiastical District of Camarines Sur.
27. Locale of San Isidro, Tagum City, Ecclesiastical District of Davao del Norte.
28. Locale of Libacao, Ecclesiastical District of Aklan.
29. Locale of Magallanes, Ecclesiastical District of Sorsogon.
30. Locale of Talus, Malungon, Ecclesiastical District of Cotabato South.
31. Locale of Pasay, Ecclesiastical District of Metro Manila South .

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#24 May 8, 2013
“In terms of buildings, there can be little doubt that the magnificent Iglesia Ni Cristo churches reflect and in most cases surpass, the grandeur of the Roman Cathedrals in the Philippines.”

Reference:(Dynamic Religious Movements, p. 314)

Grandiose and beautiful chapels built by the Iglesia ni Cristo and dedicated to the Almighty God for the month of April 2013:

1. Locale of Macatbong, Cabanatuan City, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija East.

2. Locale of San Jose, Ecclesiastical District of Cagayan East.

3. Locale of Bongtodbod, Clarin, Ecclesiastical District of Bohol.

4. Locale of Malinao, Ecclesiastical District of Bukidnon.

5. Locale of Tabakuhan, Castillejos, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.

6. Locale of Buted, Ecclesiastical District of Nueva Ecija North.

7. Locale of Sibagat, Ecclesiastical District of Agusan del Sur.

8. Locale of Peñafrancia, Antipolo City, Ecclesiastical District of Rizal.

9. Locale of Naungan, Ecclesiastical District of Leyte West.

10. Locale of Bacong, Ecclesiastical District of Negros Oriental.

11. Locale of San Marcelino, Ecclesiastical District of Batangas.

12. Locale of Laoac, Ecclesiastical District of Pangasinan East.

13. Locale of Santa Barbara, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South.

14. Locale of Looc, Ecclesiastical District of Bohol.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#25 May 8, 2013
“One of the reasons the Iglesia ni Cristo has caught the attention of so many people is the rapid rise all over the archipelago of its beautiful and grand houses of worship. Characterized by simple, elegant lines and spires seemingly reaching for the heavens, these structures manifest the Church’s dedication to building edifices that would serve to bring glory to God. The Iglesia ni Cristo has vigorously pursued its construction program. So far, it has constructed close to 5000 houses of worship all over the country, with close to 200 others abroad. Because of their number and distinct architectural style, these houses of worship have dramatically changed the nation’s landscape…”

Reference:(The Iglesia ni Cristo in the 20th Century, Philippine Free Press: 1999-2000 The Philippine Century, p. 214)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#26 May 8, 2013
“… the church’s most indelible imprint is in the form of unique and stately religious buildings.”

Reference:(The Iglesia ni Cristo 1914-2000: From Obscure Philippine Faith To Global Belief System, Bijdragen, p. 580)

How about the Roman Catholic Church and the Protestant cults??? It's banyan trees in the belfries of the "Church of Mary Seen Everywhere" and the jaundice color in the Protestant cults!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Ozzy

Catskill, NY

#27 May 8, 2013
I realize the reason you do not debate is because you/INM is always proven wrong. So instead of debating, you just fill the threads up with spam of your false teachings and trying to boast the insignificance of INM. It's all deception and deflection bullshit.
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#28 May 8, 2013
Ozzy wrote:
I realize the reason you do not debate is because you/INM is always proven wrong. So instead of debating, you just fill the threads up with spam of your false teachings and trying to boast the insignificance of INM. It's all deception and deflection bullshit.
Ozzy,

One of the sickness of Roman Catholic popes and priests are made obvious in one of their doctrines stated below:

"O most Blessed Virgin Mary glorious Mother and Spouse of Christ the King."

Reference:(Regal Litany of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, p. 6.)

Imagine, a son marrying his own mother!!! Thus, a former Roman Catholic priest, Adrian Hastings, has described the Roman Catholic Church as:

"Church of sinners and of fools."

Reference:(Hastings, Adrian. In Filial Disobedience, p. 126.)

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#29 May 8, 2013
just all the same recycled bullshit
Ozzy

Catskill, NY

#30 May 8, 2013
LOL immediately we get more bullshit. It's obvious that Iglesia ni Manalo can not stand on its own teachings. That is a huge failure of INM and why they will never get the followers they desire.
nyg

Mississauga, Canada

#31 May 8, 2013
Ozzy wrote:
LOL immediately we get more bullshit. It's obvious that Iglesia ni Manalo can not stand on its own teachings. That is a huge failure of INM and why they will never get the followers they desire.
I was expecting him to post;

"According to Pasugo, in April 2012 INC opened x amount beautiful and grandiose chapels.

1.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
2.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
3.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
4.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
5.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
6.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
7.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
8.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.
9.) Some place you never heard of, Ecclesiastic District of Another Place you never heard of.

improve your IQ!"
nyg

Mississauga, Canada

#32 May 8, 2013
Oh shit, he did post it! lol I scroll through his spam too fast nowadays.
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#33 May 8, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
AMC,
The Iglesia ni Cristo is different from others:

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Whahaha... Indeed the Iglesia ni cristo is Different from others.
Because it's not a Church, It's a CULT.

Catholics and Protestants do not CONTROL Members of their DO's and DONT's
We are Intelligent and we have Free-will.

Iglesia ni cristo is not a Religious Organization it's a Communist Party.

Manalo, Stalin, Hitler and Kim Dynasty...

Poor Brainwashed Members

President Benigno Aquino tells her sister Kris:
Stay away to Iglesia ni cristo.
It's an Anti-Aquino Pro- Gloria Religious CULT

Iglesia Ni Cristo members are Anti-Aquino government advocates
Iglesia Ni Cristo prefers Gloria Arroyo than Noynoy Aquino.

Sure, INC cult voted Noynoy Aquino as president in the 2010 Philippine election, but it is because that Noynoy Aquino was leading all surveys. INC made a mistake by supporting Mar Roxas as vice-President because eventually, Jojo Binay won the Vice-Presidential race.

In social media like Facebook and Twitter,

Iglesia Ni Cristo members are up in arms in demonizing the Noynoy Aquino government.

A move which they did not do with Gloria Arroyo.(Gloria Arroyo is perceived as the most corrupt Philippine president). In the Renato Corona impeachment trial, INC members showed their support in their twitter accounts and by attending the Feb. 28 rally for the problematic judge.

Iglesia Ni Cristo members are also angry when Noynoy Aquino dismissed INC member Magtanggol Gatdula from NBI when he was allegedly involved in a kidnapping/extortion case involving a Japanese woman.

Gatdula is refusing to cooperate with the NBI investigation about his case. Never mind whether Gatdula was innocent or not,

but INC members took it personally when their co-Church member was dismissed for a wrong doing.

Obviously - Magtanggol Gatdula, Eduardo Manalo and all INC members was embarrassed by the whole kidnapping/extortion case.

ELIAS ANSWER this?

Why is that Gatdula and the whole INC legal department filed a temporary restraining order (TRO) about the NBI investigation on his case
instead of fighting for his innocence?

INOSENTE LANG ANG NAGTATAKA!!!!

Iglesia Ni Cristo is surely missing Gloria Arroyo in Malacanang.
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#34 May 8, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
“One of the reasons the Iglesia ni Cristo has caught the attention of so many people is the rapid rise all over the archipelago of its beautiful and grand houses of worship.
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
"True religion is not about possessing the truth.
No religion does that.

JESUS CHRIST come not to build his OWN Religion
and not to gain self-Righteousness.

There are 19 major world religious groupings in the world which are subdivided into a total of about 10,000 distinct religions. Of the latter, there were 270 religions and para-religions which had over a half million adherents in the year 2000 CE. Within Christianity, they have identified 34,000 separate groups (denominations, sects, individual unaffiliated churches, para-church groups, etc) in the world. "Over half of them are independent churches that are not interested in linking with the big denominations." 1

Even considering a single religion, Christianity, within a single country, there are often thousands of individual "Christian confessions and denominations."there are:
4,684 groups in the U.S.
3,364 in South Africa.
2,079 in Nigeria.
1,581 in Brazil.
1,327 in South-central Asia.

Among other English-speaking countries, there are:
828 groups in the UK.
469 in Canada.
267 in Australia
175 in New Zealand.

God will not PICk ONE Religion out of MILLIONS

Iglesia ni Manalo believe that God and Jesus Christ is the co-owner of the church, and that none of the then existing Christian denominations were the true religion. Felix was instructed to create a new denomination to restore Christianity to its first century CE purity before it fell into heresy.

This method appears to be unreliable. When people pray to God for enlightenment, most seem to conclude that their own religion and faith group is the true one.

If people could access the will of God on this matter, then a vast majority of the world's population -- the folks who pray -- would realize that their faith group was not the true one.

They would gradually migrate to the true religion.

There would eventually be only one religion and one tradition within that religion left standing.

Otherwise, people would be rejecting the will of God.

All the other 11,000 religions and their tens of thousands of denominations or traditions would be phased out.

ELIAS you are (ABC) an Arrogant Brainwashed Clown.
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#35 May 8, 2013
i hope kris is elected president and removes all doubt as to the real state of the filipins rapid decent into the abyss of moral decay.
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#38 May 20, 2013
XXXXX
Just look at the chapels that were sold to the Iglesia ni Cristo by the Catholic and Protestant churches after having been subjected to renovations!!! They look more stately and grandiose than when these were still in its original designs by the pagan cults!!! Why???

“… churches constructed by the Iglesia ni Cristo are always expensive and resplendent and usually appear impressive and overpowering even to the nonbeliever.”

Reference:(The Iglesia Ni Cristo , 1914-2000: From Obscure Philippine Faith to Global Belief System, Bijdragen, p. 581)

" ... the INC each year dedicates approximately 100 church buildings that bristle with magnificent spires, feature concrete soaring arches, are painted in distinctive pastel colors, and display high standards of maintenance. Enclosed by imposing fences and carefully manicured grounds, each church dominate the local skyline. The imposing sacred structures of this dynamic religion have thus imprinted both urban and rural landscapes of the Philippines."

Reference:(Reed, Robert. "From local to global: The expanding mission of the Iglesia Ni Cristo in the Philippines and throughout the world." Retrieved April 21, 2003 from http://www.ethnicstudies.ucsd.edu/html/spring ...)

Have you noticed something in what they said??? He said that our chapels "are painted in distinctive pastel colors, and display high standards of maintenance."

Therefore in the Iglesia ni Cristo, the once ugly Roman Catholic and Protestant chapels become alluring to the eyes of the beholder because of our maintenance capabilities!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#39 May 20, 2013
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
XXXXX
Just look at the chapels
Have you noticed something in what they said??? He said that our chapels "are painted in distinctive pastel colors, and display high standards of maintenance." because we are a POLITICAL HARLOT.

How could a sex worker sell herself? by means of color pastel lipstick.

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
How did the iglesia ni kristo of manalo gained grandiose chapels???
Iglesia ni manalo attract, entice and allure power hungry politician!

Iglesia ni MANALO is a POLITICAL HARLOT!

POLITICAL PROSTITUTION is the business or practice of providing BLOC Votes services of a corrupt institution to another corrupt politician in return for payment.

The Iglesia ni Cristo who receives payment for BLOC-Vote services is called a Political prostitute or ex-deal worker, and the hungry corrupt Politician who receives such services is known by a multitude of terms.

Trapos, Political Dynasty, Power hungry croco, Epal etc...

A power hungry politician who are willing to sell his/her constituents in order to win the election.

Prostitution is one of the branches of the ex-deal industry.

You are all corrupt!!!
Marcos, Erap , Gloria and Manalo are POWER Hungry.

upto NOW their Dynasty are the Richest in the Land.
crystal 2

Burnaby, Canada

#40 May 21, 2013
I think Kris Aquino is a perfect candidate as a politician, I will support Kris Aquino. Kris Aquino is a good motivator. Her personality suits her to become a Politician. Kris should run from the Mayor, then Governor, then Congressman, then Senator, then become President so that she can stay longer in Politics. Kris should not marry anyone. And then when Kris Aquino retires in Politics, Bimby Aquino ( Bimby Yap)will run from Mayor ....... then become President.

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