By now you're well aware of the NT passages on 'the Lord's day' which is Sunday.(Acts 20:7, 1Cor 16:2, Revelation 1:10.<quoted text>
That sounds like a typical jw statement.
They won't click on a website because it's apostate(heretic)
You won't because it's a conspiracy. LOL
I can prove to you that the Catholic Church in Rome had nothing to do with Sunday worship. Constantine was not even born when Christians clearly and irrefutably wrote about the Sabbath no longer being binding for the Christian. Some of these men were direct students of the Apostles.
How do you explain this?
Didache 70 AD
"On the Lord's day, come together and break bread; give thanks after confessing your sins that your sacrifice may be pure"
Epistle of Barnabas 60 AD- 74 AD (Disciple of Paul)
"wherefore, we keep the eight day, Sunday, with joyfulness. The day also on which the Lord Jesus rose from the dead"
Ignatius of Antioch 110 AD,(Disciple of John and Peter)
"Those in ancient practices (Jews) attained a newness of hope, no longer observing Sabbaths, but fashioning their lives after the Lord's day, on which our lives also rose with Him"
Justin Martyr 155 AD
"On the day called Sunday, all who live in the cities and country gather together in one place,,, to break bread"