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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 701694 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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“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#475553 Sep 10, 2013
hojo wrote:
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Over 2000 years of VERIFIABLE and TRUE Church History, proves that the Catholic Church (unquestionably and undeniably) IS the One TRUE Faith and the One TRUE Church that Jesus formed, established and initiated in Matthew 16:13-21. It is not the ONLY Church --but it IS the One TRUE Church,---- and----- it is the ONLY Church that teaches the FULLNESS of the FAITH and the FULLNESS of the TRUTH, with the OVERABUNDING COMPLETENESS of Gods Grace....... Bible Only Protestants can "burger flip" their own "personal opinions" ALL THEY WANT, but that doesn't "change the AUTHENTICATED TRUTH" of over 2000 years, of (investigative research) from the vast majority of highly accredited, reliable and intellectually astute Church Historians and Apologist authors and writers who have studied and researched Church History for 100's and 100's and thousands of years!!
You are telling fibs.

We've already verified the veracity of your posts and information and all have failed to be true.

Get over yourself - you aren't that special.
truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475554 Sep 10, 2013
Why you laying Holy Spirit?

Did deceiver or possessor have that kingdom?

What most holy Scripture say?

-don't be deceived

Deceiver is your God!!!
truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475555 Sep 10, 2013
How many face on how many place?
Is that to know yourself?
truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475556 Sep 10, 2013
psalm 146

trust in what

it is written
they liked come in my name its not me

it is written

wicket can't have holy ticket

wicket try ruin every family
set up so ever
and whats so ever

wicket is not righteousness
no
there is a not trust about law in wicket
it is written
truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475557 Sep 10, 2013
string is dengarose fish in Ocean ..why?
tail=ital
why italy wage war there

its good have someone in every army

observe is better then serve
shut up
who say not me
obey

nechu=no
shout up
who say that
excuse me please
i am not your soldier
https://www.google.com.au/search...

n

someone try accuse me
why
not to descover them
what they think

psalm 146
truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475558 Sep 10, 2013
did you interfering judging my family

whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyy
accusers are most worse then anyone

i told you

i am as i am as i always been
myself
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truth

Mahogany Creek, Australia

#475559 Sep 10, 2013
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shut up

your law is not my law

nechu=no
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mr kia.vi.ca

You don't lake me!

no..
Why should be?

sram te bilo
Which chocolate you lake=red?

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Anthony MN

Minneapolis, MN

#475560 Sep 10, 2013
Hermeneutics Smutics wrote:
<quoted text>New Age Though I know of my church's position of consubstantiality,the church also says they used that concept reluctantly and did not go into specifics of how the change occurs.My own judgment is its best not to speculate about things that surpass our minds knowledge and processes and then try to capture it in language which is also limited. The church always gets into trouble when it assumes it can explain the mind and workings of God.I am of the position that we should explain enough to give people some coordinates and then then let them discover God's Truths through relationship with him and through living the Truths
Having a reluctance to define Divine mysteries is of course understandable and it's not something the Catholic Church relishes doing, however Hermi, there are many examples BEFORE the schism when the Church was forced to do so because she was being torn apart by heresy. You know what I'm referring to so it isn't necessary for me to repeat it. My feeling is that it would've been preferable NOT to have to use the term 'transubstantiation', but as I said, heresy forces the Churches hand.

BTW, yes, the Church was started in the East (Jerusalem actually), but you certainly can't infer that Greece, Russia, Serbia, etc. has a superior claim to apostlic origins than Rome.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#475561 Sep 10, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
<quoted text>
No one is a "Christian".
But in the early days of the religion - you were catholic = small "c".
Stop diverting and puffing up yourself Dan.
How we got to these individuals did this or did that, was a diversion on your behalf, when you decided to throw back onto me, "please post where God says which texts are inspired".
The exact question I've posed to this forum first, yet have seen an answer for.
Why? Because there is none, but you and your other co-religionists are so gullible and afraid to admit that, because it destroys any belief in Christianity - or int he least - makes it a false doctrine and just a rub for those who are gullible.
How 'bout you stop dancing around the forum and playing footsie with others and post the answer:
Where does "God" specifically state which texts are "of His" inspiration and which are not?
Or admit that there isn't any.
As always, your choice.
Self.
Learn it, live it, love it.
Yeah-I'm diverting.

You cite Diocletian as an example of a Catholic destroying scripture, I point out that he wasn't, in fact, a Christian but rather a noted persecutor of same, and I'm now diverting.

Christ, in scripture, conferred ministerial authority to priests who interpreted those scriptures and declared canon. Scripture didn't come with a divinely inspired table of contents, thus the process of working through it and declaring canon.

I'm good here. My "self", that is.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#475562 Sep 10, 2013
Anthony MN wrote:
<quoted text>
Having a reluctance to define Divine mysteries is of course understandable and it's not something the Catholic Church relishes doing, however Hermi, there are many examples BEFORE the schism when the Church was forced to do so because she was being torn apart by heresy. You know what I'm referring to so it isn't necessary for me to repeat it. My feeling is that it would've been preferable NOT to have to use the term 'transubstantiation', but as I said, heresy forces the Churches hand.
BTW, yes, the Church was started in the East (Jerusalem actually), but you certainly can't infer that Greece, Russia, Serbia, etc. has a superior claim to apostlic origins than Rome.
Hogwash...

"Divine mystery" such as "transubstantiation" is an absurd excuse for catlicks teaching against Scripture......

Christ never taught opposite of any teaching in the Bible, nor did He ever promote cannibalism..

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#475563 Sep 10, 2013
Anthony MN wrote:
<quoted text>
Having a reluctance to define Divine mysteries is of course understandable and it's not something the Catholic Church relishes doing, however Hermi, there are many examples BEFORE the schism when the Church was forced to do so because she was being torn apart by heresy. You know what I'm referring to so it isn't necessary for me to repeat it. My feeling is that it would've been preferable NOT to have to use the term 'transubstantiation', but as I said, heresy forces the Churches hand.
BTW, yes, the Church was started in the East (Jerusalem actually), but you certainly can't infer that Greece, Russia, Serbia, etc. has a superior claim to apostolic origins than Rome.
Agreed that the Church was unfortunately put in the position of having to more specifically define a matter that defies such definition.As far as Apostolic origins, I have seen every kind of circuitous explanation why one church is more apostolic than another. And I do not think this fight has to do with Christ and His mission. It has to do with politics. And it is pride and politics that have always been all churches' worst temptation and fall.

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#475564 Sep 10, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah-I'm diverting.
You cite Diocletian as an example of a Catholic destroying scripture, I point out that he wasn't, in fact, a Christian but rather a noted persecutor of same, and I'm now diverting.
Christ, in scripture, conferred ministerial authority to priests who interpreted those scriptures and declared canon. Scripture didn't come with a divinely inspired table of contents, thus the process of working through it and declaring canon.
I'm good here. My "self", that is.
...and still no response or answer to "where 'God' specifically states which texts are inspired by "Him" and which are not.

Yep - you so-called "Christians" love to divert from the facts.

Typical.

What are you afraid of admitting to the truth?

Afraid to lose friends?

Afraid to lose your faith and hope?

Afraid to face reality and the facts?

What is it Dan?

I know, you would rather live a lie based upon man's version of "God".

Gotcha.
hojo

Saint Paul, MN

#475565 Sep 10, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
<quoted text>

Get over yourself - you aren't that special.
That is true,,,,, however, the One (and only One) True Apostolic Catholic Church, initiated, formed and established by Jesus Christ HIMSELF (in Matthew 16:13-21) over 2000 years ago---IS SPECIAL!!!
That is "precisely" why we, as Catholics choose to believe,"in the FULLNESS of the FAITH"..... worship "IN THE FULLNESS of the TRUTH and adhere to the TRUTH of the biblical and historically PROVEN TRUE TEACHINGS of Jesus Christ in and through HIS One True Catholic Church......... Anything else (since the Reformation) is just "watered down....half-truth....half-her esy (opinionated and editorialized) Christianity"!
Dan

Omaha, NE

#475566 Sep 10, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
<quoted text>
...and still no response or answer to "where 'God' specifically states which texts are inspired by "Him" and which are not.
Yep - you so-called "Christians" love to divert from the facts.
Typical.
What are you afraid of admitting to the truth?
Afraid to lose friends?
Afraid to lose your faith and hope?
Afraid to face reality and the facts?
What is it Dan?
I know, you would rather live a lie based upon man's version of "God".
Gotcha.
You insist that I hew to your version, do you not? You're a man, and you have a version of "God", which you obviously believe has no burden of proof. Only mine, apparently, has a burden of proof.

I explained how and/or why canon was developed. You can take it or leave it.

I'd love to get some facts from you, NASL.
marge

Leesburg, GA

#475567 Sep 10, 2013
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes the Church began in the east, and the Catholic Church is still present there. We're present in every area of the planet. The Orthodox Church (although highly respected amongst the 22 Catholic Churches) do not have the markings of the true Church. The true Church must be visible for the world to see.
well Jesus says one must be born-again to see the kingdom of heaven so I doubt most of the world has a clue to what the true church looks like.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#475568 Sep 10, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
<quoted text>
...and still no response or answer to "where 'God' specifically states which texts are inspired by "Him" and which are not.
Yep - you so-called "Christians" love to divert from the facts.
Typical.
What are you afraid of admitting to the truth?
Afraid to lose friends?
Afraid to lose your faith and hope?
Afraid to face reality and the facts?
What is it Dan?
I know, you would rather live a lie based upon man's version of "God".
Gotcha.
.....and unless you're really, really old, you yourself adhere to "man's version of "God"", as I believe the origins of Gnosticism predate you.

"Self" indeed. "Self" as taught to you in Gnosticism.

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#475569 Sep 10, 2013
4GVN wrote:
<quoted text>Pleeeeaasse...Angles are not sexual beings. Angels do not have reproductive organs, and of course do not reproduce. Let's have a little more integrety with the truth. It seems that everyone on here is an authority on the bible and bible history.
The,sons of God ..angels knew,the daughters of men ..we don't know how they did this ..maybe through possessing humans,..But the children of theses unions were Nephil ..an attempt to corrupt the human race and thus the seed of the WOMAN ....

To me it's obvious that after the flood this,was no longer allowed to happen ....

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#475570 Sep 10, 2013
4GVN wrote:
<quoted text>Pleeeeaasse...Angles are not sexual beings. Angels do not have reproductive organs, and of course do not reproduce. Let's have a little more integrety with the truth. It seems that everyone on here is an authority on the bible and bible history.
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...

6:4
Dust Storm

Minneapolis, MN

#475571 Sep 10, 2013
marge wrote:
<quoted text>
well Jesus says one must be born-again to see the kingdom of heaven so I doubt most of the world has a clue to what the true church looks like.
That is Odd because Paul a member of the Church did know. I really dont think when he gives someone over to Satan they would have a problem finding a Protestant church today that would say its ok.

Ephesians 3:

7 Of this gospel I have become a servant according to the gift of God’s grace that was given me by the working of his power. 8 Although I am the very least of all the saints, this grace was given to me to bring to the Gentiles the news of the boundless riches of Christ, 9 and to make everyone see what is the plan of the mystery hidden for ages in[ God who created all things; 10 so that THROUGH THE CHURCH the wisdom of God in its rich variety might now be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly places.

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#475572 Sep 10, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
You insist that I hew to your version, do you not?
No I don't. I asked you to post where "God" specifically states which texts are inspired and which are not.

It has nothing to do with my belief.
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
You're a man, and you have a version of "God", which you obviously believe has no burden of proof.

Untrue again. My version of "God" cannot be proven. I'm honest about that.

You, on the other hand, seem to have a hard time with being honest with me and others, so you continue with your charade, probably hoping others will applaud you.
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
Only mine, apparently, has a burden of proof.
You do want to believe in the "truth", right? So seek it out and make notes.
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
I explained how and/or why canon was developed. You can take it or leave it.
Your explanation is dribble and really irrelevant to the points I've addressed. Unless you think man is greater than "God" and has more knowledge than "God" to determine the veracity of the texts. You won't admit this either, so why bother even point ing this fact out, too.
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd love to get some facts from you, NASL.
I have provided many. What others are you looking for?

Are you afraid to seek out those facts yourself?
- You must, because you are coming to me for the answers.

Are you always this lazy and ignorant when it comes to your religion?
- I can hear you now - "Why? I have the limited teachings of Jesus that men gave me, I need no others."

*sighs*

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