Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 20 comments on the Jul 10, 2007, CBC News story titled Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican. In it, CBC News reports that:

The VaticanA issued a document Tuesday restatingA its belief that the Roman Catholic Church is the only true church of Jesus Christ.

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“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441374 May 15, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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So.....the Catholic religion, according to you, publish the BS teaching of a priest????
Thanks for bringing me up to date...I always thought the responsibility of the teaching of the Catholic religion was that of the Pope.....not a priest!!!!!!
Which brings up the question...that being so, why the need of the Pope?????
This world does NOT need an individual who claims to be "God's" representative on earth, when that is clearly a false pretense advocated by those that want to control the world...

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#441375 May 15, 2013
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That is not what the first words of Jesus stated before the "universal church" expelled them from the "accepted canon" of the theocracy.
What the hell does "Jonas" have to do with what Jesus said?
You are dancing around the point.
Am curious...what were the first words of Jesus before the universal church expelled them from the "accepted canon" of the theocracy.

If you don't see the analogy of Jonas in the belly of the whale for three days/nights, and the death and resurrection of Christ after three days/nights, no amount of explaining from me will help you...

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#441376 May 15, 2013
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Your lack of understanding of spiritual things is beginning to show...
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:
Look again: It says "sons"....not "Sons"!!!!!!
And you are an expert on "spirituality"?

How much is left in your Seagrams bottle Oxbow?

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#441377 May 15, 2013
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No...it was not an attempt to say you were intoxicated....no need to...your words said it all...
I was trying to prevent you from further degrading your character....
Sure you were Bigot!

Your methods are self evident in the postings...and now you can not fool anyone in that respect.

That you can not deny.

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#441378 May 15, 2013
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Oh, I see you just "interpret" what you think he might have said, rather than what he "actually" said.
That is obvious in the "accepted" gospels.
Good ole' Eusebius an the gang!
LOL!
I interpret nothing from Scripture..

You evidently disagree with what I know the message therein contains from Scripture..So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture...

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#441379 May 15, 2013
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Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally.
Since you view teachings based on Scripture as "Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally"...I have no further interest with discussing Scripture with you...

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#441380 May 15, 2013
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It doesn't matter which representative of the great lie is portrayed...it is all a fabrication obfuscating the truth of the actual teachings of the Jesus.
Your church and it's structure is a "fraud" and an abomination.
Since you view teachings based on Scripture as "Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally"...I have no further interest with discussing Scripture with you...

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#441381 May 15, 2013
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And you are an expert on "spirituality"?
How much is left in your Seagrams bottle Oxbow?
Since you view teachings based on Scripture as "Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally"...I have no further interest with discussing Scripture with you...

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#441382 May 15, 2013
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Am curious...what were the first words of Jesus before the universal church expelled them from the "accepted canon" of the theocracy.
If you don't see the analogy of Jonas in the belly of the whale for three days/nights, and the death and resurrection of Christ after three days/nights, no amount of explaining from me will help you...
1 "How fortunate are the poor ; they have the Kingdom of Elohim.
2 How fortunate the hungry ; they will be fed.
3 How fortunate those who weep ; they will laugh."

May have been the very first recorded...there are many more from the original records.

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#441383 May 15, 2013
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Am curious...what were the first words of Jesus before the universal church expelled them from the "accepted canon" of the theocracy.
If you don't see the analogy of Jonas in the belly of the whale for three days/nights, and the death and resurrection of Christ after three days/nights, no amount of explaining from me will help you...
no I don;t...except as a cathaholic reconstruction of meaning related to their doctrine.
3 days is the time when the sun sets on the same point of the horizon before it begins ascent again...it is ancient knowledge...that's where your silly story came from.
You can be so easily duped into anything cant you?

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#441384 May 15, 2013
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I interpret nothing from Scripture..
You evidently disagree with what I know the message therein contains from Scripture..So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture...
You are such a liar!
The story of Jonah (I explained it's root) is a perfect example of your erroneous interpretation.

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#441385 May 15, 2013
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Since you view teachings based on Scripture as "Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally"...I have no further interest with discussing Scripture with you...
Of course you don't!

You don't or can't stand to hear the real truth!

That would upend your entire world of make believe.

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#441386 May 15, 2013
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1 "How fortunate are the poor ; they have the Kingdom of Elohim.
2 How fortunate the hungry ; they will be fed.
3 How fortunate those who weep ; they will laugh."
May have been the very first recorded...there are many more from the original records.
I have 18 versions of the Bible....none show these words...pxxxxxx upwind causes it to fly back in your face....if you enjoy that...continue...

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#441387 May 15, 2013
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no I don;t...except as a cathaholic reconstruction of meaning related to their doctrine.
3 days is the time when the sun sets on the same point of the horizon before it begins ascent again...it is ancient knowledge...that's where your silly story came from.
You can be so easily duped into anything cant you?
No amount of explaining from me will help you...

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#441388 May 16, 2013
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You are such a liar!
The story of Jonah (I explained it's root) is a perfect example of your erroneous interpretation.
You can't answer my question "So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture" because you have not the slightest clue as to what it says other than what I showed you...becaue there is no other message....

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#441389 May 16, 2013
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I have 18 versions of the Bible....none show these words...pxxxxxx upwind causes it to fly back in your face....if you enjoy that...continue...
Of course you don't. They are in writings rejected by "your" canon.
That of the "accepted" cathaholic version.
Would you like more?

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#441391 May 16, 2013
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You can't answer my question "So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture" because you have not the slightest clue as to what it says other than what I showed you...becaue there is no other message....
there IS no message except to pervert the rational and point it to the thinking of the structure of the papal lie.

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#441392 May 16, 2013
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there IS no message except to pervert the rational and point it to the thinking of the structure of the papal lie.
Do you have a "special conclave" that disseminates every post that you make or that is replied to?
Is that the purpose of your enumeration?
I could feel special in that you will loose most of it in the argument...even though you might try to defame me with such ludicrous statements of your "seagrams 7" defamations....which only prove your desparation in light of truth and actuality.

Carry on...

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#441393 May 16, 2013
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No amount of explaining from me will help you...
Of course not...you are a jesuit fraud....

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#441394 May 16, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
I just watched a program called "truth seekers."
On the program it showed how the air-force was doing tests on pilots concerning what happened to them when they pass-out from the blood leaving their brains from extreme Gravitational-force.
When the pilots came back to conscious-awareness, some of them told of having the same experiences as those who claim to have had near-death experiences.
They saw relatives on earth and ones that were deceased. And they felt euphoric and saw bright lights, etc.
Scientists explained it as a natural state of what occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen.
Many in religion are anxious to attach their theology to the issue ... but my guess is, the more scientists study the phenomena, the more they will conclude it has nothing in common with religion.
I believe it happens because if you know your life is about to end your final thoughts are going to be on the people you truly loved and cared about threw out out your life,it's not a glimpse into heaven or hell.

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