Yawn, BM, you never change. Read the document again and stop lying. And stop calling me and everyone else who exposes you a liar. That's a bad habit you people have. Always name-calling. Be grateful I've condescended to answer you as everyone else has chosen to ignore you. Again.
Truth #1: No one denied the churches of anyone.
Truth #2: Bishop Carroll did not believe that Christ taught more than one set of truths. i.e., He did not believe that it was all good just because people were "nice" to him. Fawn, flutter, flutter. Your implying that he did is the big lie here.
You're just as boring in "San Francisco" as you were in Florida. Get lost.
Very well said and thank you. OldJG.<quoted text>
Your Satanic name-calling is typical. If you cannot refute, attack the messenger.
One at a time. John Carroll's stance regarding Vatican rule is easily researched, but you first lie is refuted by nothing less than the article of this thread.
Angry Catholic proclaims...
"Truth #1: No one denied the churches of anyone."
Now read the article of this thread....
Quoting word for word...
"The document adds that Protestant denominations called Christian Communities born out of the Reformation are not true churches, but ecclesial communities.
"These ecclesial communities which, specifically because of the absence of the sacramental priesthood cannot, according to Catholic doctrine, be called 'churches' in the proper sense,"
"Catholics hold that Protestants who have these dispositions, and who have no suspicion of their religion being FALSE, and no means to discover, or fail in their honest endeavors to discover,...."
Question for Regina... what do words such as "false" and phrases such as "not true" mean? LOL
Either #1... Regina lies, or #2... Catholic sources such as www.ewtn.com and the Vatican lie?
Aren't facts supported by credible links wonderful!!!!
Nice try, but those are the facts. Now in true Romanist fashion, it's time to belittle and demean the messenger again.
Go for it. It's amusing to read such angry words from such a dark mind. It just makes me appreciates the light of truth even more.
Want to discuss John Carroll next? He wouldn't fit your definition of "Roman Catholic" for sure. He loved America too much.