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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 687142 comments on the CBC News story from Jul 10, 2007, 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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#464721 Jul 22, 2013
Anthony MN wrote:
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Why? Because not a single poster whether Catholic, protestant or other has ever been able to have a meaningful discussion with you since the day you showed up. It's rabbit holes and word games. Have fun.
You can't admit to the truth...its wine they and you are drinking...it is not the blood of Christ!!!!! If it was, there would be no concern about being charged with DUI after drinking it...
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464722 Jul 22, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>Matthew 7:6
Devil 666

Ha Ha ... he outdid you by two sixes.

:)

“Happy 2016!!”

Since: Apr 08

Saint Teresa Pray 4 Us.

#464723 Jul 22, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
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"winning souls"
Good luck with that.
When are you Catholics going to realize that people get to make choices in their belief, it doesn't depend upon someone "winning" anything.
You do realize that no one can "win a soul"?
I think you need to brush up on your metaphoric use of phrases.
Times are a changing, and Star, you are not going to be able to pull the wool over others eyes anymore. Well as long as I am posting in this forum.
The Catholic ies are being revealed - one post at a time - sometimes two or three posts at a time.
That's your opinion. We are Catholic, please respect our beliefs as we do yours. Tks!:)

Fact: Every year millions come into our Church.

Maybe I should have said 'convert many souls' so you can understand better.

Methinks more and more Anglicans will be 'converting.'

Father Patrick Allen, married father of two, leaves Anglicanism to become Catholic priest

So, what do you do for a living?
Allen smiles graciously, sometimes bringing his hand to his chest in a humble gesture, one that coincidentally shows his wedding band.

“This might begin a long conversation,” the James Island father says.

“I’m a Catholic priest.”

When his daughter, Lucy, goes to Charleston Catholic School next year, she will be the only student whose father comes not only for parent conferences and class parties, but also to celebrate Mass.

Ordained a Catholic priest July 7, Allen joins a small but growing group of former Episcopalians embarking on a new journey, one they hope marks a critical step down the long path to Christian unity.
They have embraced a new option in Catholicism that allows Anglicans to become fully Roman Catholic yet retain elements of their liturgical and theological traditions.

Allen is the second Episcopal priest in South Carolina to join the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, often dubbed the “Anglican ordinariate.”

http://www.postandcourier.com/article/2013072...
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464724 Jul 22, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
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People can ask silly questions, huh?
:o)
You ask me a silly question, I'll give you a silly answer.
I wonder if "Clay" has this degree?
I don't know about Clay ... but rumor has it that KayMarie received an A plus in godology. However, it might not be true because rumor has it that KayMarie STARTED the rumor.

:)
Clay

Lawrence, MA

#464725 Jul 22, 2013
Chuck wrote:
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What is the point to discuss something with you when you don't have it? Get saved and we'll talk...
I know the Lord and He knows me. I'm grateful my salvation doesn't hinge on what some guy with a yellow highlighted KJV says about Christianity.

I actually remember the first time a born again fanatic scared me into thinking I ain't saved. He was an ex hippie drug addict. I ran home and told my parents I was going to Hell for being Catholic. My Father went down the street to have a word with him. The guy was already in a wheel chair so my Dad didn't kick his #%*.
He never bothered me and my siblings again though. That was the 80's and the evangelical movement was really getting popular. lol

Since: Jun 10

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#464726 Jul 22, 2013
Clay wrote:
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I assure you, I've had to many encounters with the Holy Spirit to count. I fall, I get up and receive Spiritual grace again.
I've said before, when I was 14 I received the Sacrament of Confirmation. It sounds like that's what you guys experience when you're born again. I'm happy for you, your Granddaughter and anyone else who shares in that powerful moment.
You guys would probably do cart wheels up the isle if you partook in the Holy Eucharist. You often discuss your personal testimonies when you became saved. Some of you know the exact date and everything. That's wonderful. But I wouldn't stop there when you have the opportunity to partake in this gift from Christ. Its the Holy Scriptures coming to life. Its digesting the word of God.
I'm always Amazed that Catholics on the other side of the world report the same experiences as me when it comes to the Eucharist. That's not a coincidence.
Horse feathers....ain't never no one been arrested and charged with DUI after drinking blood!!!!

Drinking and Praying: Proposal Could Tip Irish Priests Over Legal Limit

Both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland want to lower the legal blood alcohol level for drivers. Priests are afraid it might affect their ability to motor around after Mass.

Bad Blood: Priests in Ireland are concerned that lowering the legal drinking level for drivers might leave them stranded after Mass.

The job description for a Catholic priest doesn't include a lot of perks -- perhaps one reason that their numbers are shrinking rapidly across the Western world. In Ireland, though, the gig might be further complicated by a new proposal to lower the legal blood alcohol limit for drivers.

Priests there are speaking out against the proposal because it could render them legally drunk after performing Mass.

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#464727 Jul 22, 2013
Clay wrote:
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I know the Lord and He knows me. I'm grateful my salvation doesn't hinge on what some guy with a yellow highlighted KJV says about Christianity.
I actually remember the first time a born again fanatic scared me into thinking I ain't saved. He was an ex hippie drug addict. I ran home and told my parents I was going to Hell for being Catholic. My Father went down the street to have a word with him. The guy was already in a wheel chair so my Dad didn't kick his #%*.
He never bothered me and my siblings again though. That was the 80's and the evangelical movement was really getting popular. lol
Your Salvation????!!!!

When asked to share your testimony on your salvation, this was your reply:I danced around the while the rock band was jamming some Christian toon. Then I walked up and did an alter call.

You know as much about salvation as you do brain surgery!!!!!

Which tells me unless something changes in your spiritual life, you will not be with the sheep for eternity!!!!!

Since: Jun 10

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#464728 Jul 22, 2013
Anthony MN wrote:
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"Get saved and we'll talk..."
What have you done to "get saved" that any faithful Catholic hasn't done?
Which brings up the question: What has any faithful Catholic done to be saved????
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464729 Jul 22, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
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Now there's a run-on sentence if I ever saw one!!
:o)
They have to get it all out in one breath as rumor has it that the devil jumps into the body through inhalation. And I heard it from a credible source that once the devil gets lodged the victim might have to resort to calling on the teenage exorcists and hope that their spell is stronger than that of Satan.

It can be quite a tug of war.

Some people have apparently tried to get treatment for Fred Phelps, but the devil said that Fred would win ... hands down!

:)
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464730 Jul 22, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
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"winning souls"
Good luck with that.
When are you Catholics going to realize that people get to make choices in their belief, it doesn't depend upon someone "winning" anything.
The Protestants are the same.

They are all certain that the Jewish one and only god can't do without their WORD that only Christians will be allowed in heaven.

According to theological rightness ... Jesus won't be allowed in heaven, as he is a Jew.

Comedians ... one and all!
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464731 Jul 22, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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I figured so...your testimony is as much pearls as a pig's eye....
Now that's no way to treat a servant of god!

Only KayMarie is allowed that privilege because KayMarie got called direct via the air waves by the god of the Jews.

:)
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#464732 Jul 22, 2013
confrinting with the word wrote:
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~~~
THERE WERE TWO YOUNG LADIES THAT GAVE THEIR HEARTS TO JESUS IN LAST EVENINGS SERVICE...
Did Jesus tell them that he is as are other heretics he is not allowed in Christian heaven as he is a Jew through and through???

I hope he was honest with them. But then maybe they didn't want to know that part of the story.

Tongue in cheek
Clay

Saint Paul, MN

#464733 Jul 22, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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Your Salvation????!!!!
When asked to share your testimony on your salvation, this was your reply:I danced around the while the rock band was jamming some Christian toon. Then I walked up and did an alter call.
You know as much about salvation as you do brain surgery!!!!!
Which tells me unless something changes in your spiritual life, you will not be with the sheep for eternity!!!!!
I was making fun of you guys. I actually regret it. I never 'danced around while the Christian rock band was jammin'. That's what I see you guys do.

I really don't like to mock peoples worship practices. I'm trying to work on not doing that.

Since: Jan 08

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#464734 Jul 22, 2013
Clay wrote:
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No the Scrolls are not in agreement with the KJV. That's my point. Protestants claim the Jews had an agreement on Biblical canon around the time of Christ. And that canon is what is in the KJV. But that is false. Luther never revealed this to the reformers.
The Jewish canon of scripture came after Christianity. A very devout sect of Jews ( the Qumranites) most certainly had Tobit and Sirach in their canon. Also, the writings of this group - being that they were written around the time of the Apostles (who were Jews too) sheds some light on the language and culture and writing habits of Jews during that time period.
So, when Christ says to search the scriptures, He doesn't specify what set of scriptures, right? This poses a problem for Bible alone people, because you may not have the right amount. You teach that praying for the dead is wrong. Scriptures around the time of Christ says its not.
20. The Scrolls have revolutionized textual criticism of the Old Testament. Interestingly, now with manuscripts predating the medieval period, we find these texts in substantial agreement with the Masoretic text as well as widely variant forms.(read KJV<LOL)
http://www.centuryone.com/25dssfacts.html

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#464735 Jul 22, 2013
StarC wrote:
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That's your opinion. We are Catholic, please respect our beliefs as we do yours. Tks!:)
Fact: Every year millions come into our Church.
Maybe I should have said 'convert many souls' so you can understand better.
Methinks more and more Anglicans will be 'converting.'
Father Patrick Allen, married father of two, leaves Anglicanism to become Catholic priest
So, what do you do for a living?
Allen smiles graciously, sometimes bringing his hand to his chest in a humble gesture, one that coincidentally shows his wedding band.
“This might begin a long conversation,” the James Island father says.
“I’m a Catholic priest.”
When his daughter, Lucy, goes to Charleston Catholic School next year, she will be the only student whose father comes not only for parent conferences and class parties, but also to celebrate Mass.
Ordained a Catholic priest July 7, Allen joins a small but growing group of former Episcopalians embarking on a new journey, one they hope marks a critical step down the long path to Christian unity.
They have embraced a new option in Catholicism that allows Anglicans to become fully Roman Catholic yet retain elements of their liturgical and theological traditions.
Allen is the second Episcopal priest in South Carolina to join the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, often dubbed the “Anglican ordinariate.”
http://www.postandcourier.com/article/2013072...
"Maybe I should have said 'convert many souls' so you can understand better."
- Oh I understood you perfectly well when you posted it the first time. But now that YOU understand your textual fau paux, we don't need to dwell on it.

Remember - one can convert their thoughts to become whom they choose. One can not be "won" by someone's words.

It requires a choice made by an individual.

Self - no religion required.

I'm sorry you don't see it this way.

Since: Jan 08

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#464736 Jul 22, 2013
genesis chapter 11 Jewish Masoretic text.

it starts out "and the whole earth was of one language and of one speech.

Genesis Chapter 11
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Viewing the Standard King James Version (Pure Cambridge). Click to switch to 1611 King James Version of Genesis Chapter 11


Genesis Chapter 11: The Tower of Babel
The Tower of Babel
Genesis 11

1 And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.

2 And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there.

they ARE the same clay, you lose. next time , don't assume something that you know nothing about.

Since: Jan 08

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#464737 Jul 22, 2013
and the KJV agrees with the Masoretic Text, while the Septuagint doesn't.

Clay

Saint Paul, MN

#464738 Jul 22, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>and for your info. almost all of the Scrolls are in agreement with the Jewish Masoretic Text and that Text is in agreement with the KJV.
yet none of them mentioned Jesus Christ, so why should you or any other person get worked up over them. I don't.
The Words are written in my Heart, not on some animal skin
The Dead Sea Scrolls do not agree with the KJV. These Jews had numerous copies of Tobit in their canon. And they reveal how numerous Jewish sects had different sets of Scripture. Your KJV OT Books were installed by the post Christian Jews.

The Scrolls could enlighten you on many areas. For one, there were manuscripts that were written to other Jewish sects in their collections. It sheds some light on the school of thought amongst the Jewish communities in the first century- including those of the Apostles.'Works of the Law' as defined by the Qumranite Jews are in line with Catholic teaching that was later reversed by Martin Luther and the reformers.
This is why its important to read the NT in the language and culture in which it was penned. Catholic teaching does this.

Anyway, I think its fascinating and I look forward to learning more about it.
observer

Rolling Meadows, IL

#464739 Jul 22, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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They don't CARE who compiled all that stuff in the bible, as they are very busy picking and choosing the best parts such as following Jesus ... being holy ... looking forward to salvation ... et cetera ... for their selves.
It's a very handy book to use against others as evil sinners that deserve only hell, and to pat the self on the back as being worthy of heaven.
Its a very handy book? Well a sears catalog is a handy book too hangin in the shithouse.If the authors are unknown then its worthless pal.

Since: Jan 08

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#464740 Jul 22, 2013
Clay wrote:
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The Dead Sea Scrolls do not agree with the KJV. These Jews had numerous copies of Tobit in their canon. And they reveal how numerous Jewish sects had different sets of Scripture. Your KJV OT Books were installed by the post Christian Jews.
The Scrolls could enlighten you on many areas. For one, there were manuscripts that were written to other Jewish sects in their collections. It sheds some light on the school of thought amongst the Jewish communities in the first century- including those of the Apostles.'Works of the Law' as defined by the Qumranite Jews are in line with Catholic teaching that was later reversed by Martin Luther and the reformers.
This is why its important to read the NT in the language and culture in which it was penned. Catholic teaching does this.
Anyway, I think its fascinating and I look forward to learning more about it.
a hint just for you, clay. I GAVE MY TWO GREEK LEXICONS TO A LOCAL BIBLE COLLEGE SINCE I DIDNT NEED THEM ANY LONGER

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