Roman Catholic church only true churc...

Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 665514 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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Truth

Leesburg, VA

#403823 Nov 21, 2012
7th Day Catholics Rock wrote:
<quoted text>What about your friend Apostle Preston who saw Jesus over Vietnam while in a Airplane. He say's he is am Apostle..........LOL
I am sure Preston can answer for himself...
Clay

Denver, CO

#403824 Nov 21, 2012
Michael wrote:
<quoted text>
CLAY says.......
The quicker the casual Catholics leave the Church, the better off we'll be. They are nothing but a cancer anyway.
MICHAEL says........why do you recite the lords prayer at every mass you attend, if you don't really mean what you say. and say "WE FORGIVE THOSE THAT TRESPASS AGAINST US"
Your just a phony baloney.....
If all the part time/fence sitting/rule breaking, late attending, girl watching, catholics left the church for good, who is going to pay all the bills? Every dollar collected from the casual catholics helps pay all the bills of the church.
YOU WILL NEVER HEAR THE CHURCH LEADERS SAY DON'T COME BACK as long as they jingle money into the collection baskets.
You haven't thought this through at all!
We forgive those who trespass against us.

Now, how is a casual Catholic trespassing against me?

Also, the more Catholics, the more bills the Church has.

Don't get me wrong, I would love for all peoples to be in the fullness of the faith, which is the Catholic Church. But that's not reality. Right now its best the folks who wish to hang around once and awhile and claim they are Catholic ...and form groups like "Catholics for Choice" and websites like "National Catholic Reporter" ...its best they leave the Church. They refuse to be Catholic. They think they can be like Protestants and design their own Jesus.. Sorry, does not work tat way. Don't let the door hit you in the butt.
Truth

Leesburg, VA

#403825 Nov 21, 2012
Michael wrote:
<quoted text>
CLAY says.......Heck, I feel like I know Him better than I know members of my own family.
Religion will teach you CLAY to fear standing up for yourself. When you practice faith instead of conscious living, you live under a cloak of fear. You fear offending God. You fear missing mass on sunday. You fear your own fear! You lose control of your own creative freedom.
I stand up for myself, and not afraid to claim I am an independant thinker. But you have allowed religion to erode your own self-trust by explaining why you're unable to successfully manage life on YOUR OWN terms.
Live in fear the rest of your life and just hope it will turn out OK in the end.
You are a perfect match for religion, if you're afraid or unwilling to assume total responsibility for your own life.
Michael,

Why all this talk about fear???

I have no fear...respect, yes...

Psalm 118:8

8 It is better to take refuge in the Lord
than to trust in humans.
preston

Athens, OH

#403826 Nov 21, 2012
another one for you michael.

confrinting with the word wrote:
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I DO NOT BELIEVE IN SUCCESSION OF ANY KIND PAPAL OR OTHERWISE..

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#403827 Nov 21, 2012
Orville wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree.
Orville good friend

Assuming one is already a Christian:

I wrote...,"So there is a process of conversion which entails first of conviction, and then an act repenting, knowing it is a sorrowful thing we did when we sinned...."

And you agreed....

I wanted to expand on the "knowing it is a sorrowful thing we did" a bit....Just knowing we sinned, and being sorrowful is not enough. No matter how intensely our sorrow is, the point is we have sinned, and sorrow is not a sufficient excuse.

And because there is no sufficient excuse for sinning, we must reaffirm our vows of not to sin again. That is easily said, but in the heart may be (is) difficult. So there is always a leftover, a sort of stain which remains behind, which is known as guilt.

It would be better for us not to sin, so that our garments may be white, when we come before God. But if they are stained with guilt, then this is problem, as each of us desires to be spotless before God....So this becomes a delemma. The more guilt, the more one is blinded, and the heart grows cold. The soul becomes stained, and the Christian feels they are saved, but is in confusion....
preston

Athens, OH

#403828 Nov 21, 2012
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
I am sure Preston can answer for himself...
just another example of the devil working in him, 44bdn and orville.

mischief is their occupation
preston

Athens, OH

#403829 Nov 21, 2012
my Experiences are mine, no man has to answer for them or for me.

and only the devil will try and destroy them. so that lets the sda cultist know where he stands with God.

I would think that he and 44bdn would find that if they really are serving God, they must speak out against the jibber jabber of mr and mrs fraud.

My Experinces are mine and they have nothing to do with false doctrine.
preston

Athens, OH

#403830 Nov 21, 2012
preston wrote:
<quoted text>just another example of the devil working in him, 44bdn and orville.
mischief is their occupation
Your adversary the devil - Your enemy; he who is opposed to you. Satan opposes man in his best interests. He resists his efforts to do good; his purposes to return to God; his attempts to secure his own salvation. There is no more appropriate appellation that can be given to him than to say that he resists all our efforts to obey God and to secure the salvation of our own souls.

barnes notes on the Bible.

find your own link.lol

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

"ISA 53:1.--6 "MATT 10:27"

#403831 Nov 21, 2012
who="New Age Spiritual Leader"

Why don't you believe Jesus?

**********

Nearly every post to everyone closes with that question. Would you be a parrot?

KM
Michael

Canada

#403832 Nov 21, 2012
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
We forgive those who trespass against us.
Now, how is a casual Catholic trespassing against me?
Also, the more Catholics, the more bills the Church has.
Don't get me wrong, I would love for all peoples to be in the fullness of the faith, which is the Catholic Church. But that's not reality. Right now its best the folks who wish to hang around once and awhile and claim they are Catholic ...and form groups like "Catholics for Choice" and websites like "National Catholic Reporter" ...its best they leave the Church. They refuse to be Catholic. They think they can be like Protestants and design their own Jesus.. Sorry, does not work tat way. Don't let the door hit you in the butt.
Clay says....."Catholics for Choice" and websites like "National Catholic Reporter"

Michael says........Its not the 90s anymore Clay.(lol) The world has changed, but the church still lives in the darkness of ancient times. You still burn candles for lighting.(lol)

CLAY says.......Also, the more Catholics, the more bills the Church has.

Michael says......so why is the catholic church doing an OUTREACH PROGRAM to bring more people to the church?(lol)

Without money the catholic church would start disappearing tomorrow. ITs all about the money, the power and the control. Haven't you figured that out yet?

Churches take in BILLIONS of dollars, pay no taxes, and every week ask for a little more money. BRILLIANT!

Michael

Canada

#403833 Nov 21, 2012
preston wrote:
another one for you michael.
confrinting with the word wrote:
<quoted text>
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I DO NOT BELIEVE IN SUCCESSION OF ANY KIND PAPAL OR OTHERWISE..
Confrinting is using a very old computer. Its not his fault.

You do it on purpose.
Michael

Canada

#403835 Nov 21, 2012
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Michael,
Why all this talk about fear???
I have no fear...respect, yes...
Psalm 118:8
8 It is better to take refuge in the Lord
than to trust in humans.
TRUTH says.......I have no fear.

Michael says....Thats good to know.....I will mark you down in the "NO FEAR" column.

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

"ISA 53:1.--6 "MATT 10:27"

#403836 Nov 21, 2012
Michael wrote:
<quoted text>
Preston says........
Let me clue you in. I am not like HOJO. you push me, old man and I will push back much harder than you ever knew from someone.
MICHAEL says:
OK! Preston, I will meet you in the alley. You better show up.
Hey Michael"]

Did you ever hear of Waldin Hill Rd

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

"ISA 53:1.--6 "MATT 10:27"

#403837 Nov 21, 2012
who="Robert F"
Good Morning KayMarie
I agree with you but would like to expand a little.
A walk in faith is necessary, and is one more of the intellect. In addition to faith, is necessary both hope and love. These latter two are more of the will. Christians believe these become part of their nature "born into them", when they are born again.(Jesus exhibited these qualities of God.) And yet they must also be pursued, to grow closer to God. This is one of the areas we are to grow in, which is toward Godliness....
Secondly, we also have born into us virtues of prudence(intellect), justice(will), temperance and fortitude(emotions). And these are in how we relate to our fellow man....We must grow in these areas as well in our humanity....
You make a note of "feeling" of greed and other ways of the flesh....I agree, yet it is not that we are not to have feelings, and be stoics, nor go to the other extreme and be hedonists(which is the way you are expressing your thoughts). Our feelings(emotions) must be made temperate and strong. It is a good thing for the intellect to guide them, in that way we can become zealous and strong for the Lord.
**********
I know there is more, Robert. In no way did I cover the subject. God GAVE us the capacity to 'feel'. But He instructs us that our feelings are to be ruled. If we feel the fleshy things (anger, hate, greed, etc.), we are walking in the flesh. He gives us the power to 'feel'(by choice) those higher things (love, joy, peace, forgiveness, etc.).
KayMarie
preston

Athens, OH

#403838 Nov 21, 2012
Michael wrote:
<quoted text>
Confrinting is using a very old computer. Its not his fault.
You do it on purpose.
lol, I do it sometimes because of my fingers beng crooked as i HAVE SAID MANY TIMES, AND THEN SOMETHING I DONT.

you can guess which it is on this reply.

mr fraud does it becaus he doesnt know any better, like you recycling old news.
preston

Athens, OH

#403839 Nov 21, 2012
confrinting with the word wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Michael"]
Did you ever hear of Waldin Hill Rd
lol, it is called waldren hill and I moved from there two years ago after our granddaughter died.

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#403840 Nov 21, 2012
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't do it on your own.
Is that really what you're trying to convince everybody? Dude, you already relied on others to bring you the gospel.
I suppose you could write your own bible and create your own religion. But if that is not Gods will for the New Ager... You're in a world of hurt shall you steer others down a false path.
Be careful..be very very careful. You best hope you are correct.
More unfounded warnings?

I don't steer anyone - anywhere. I don't have that ability or power.

"You can't do it on your own."
- just because you think you can't doesn't make it true for me or anyone else.
- You sure think you have it all sewn up, huh?
- Can you prove to me that I will not be able to achieve salvation with utilizing my Self to do so?
- Can you ensure me that what you say is true?

Hey Clay, I see your arrogance peeking out.

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

"ISA 53:1.--6 "MATT 10:27"

#403841 Nov 21, 2012
who="Michael"
CLAY says.......
The quicker the casual Catholics leave the Church, the better off we'll be. They are nothing but a cancer anyway.
MICHAEL says........why do you recite the lords prayer at every mass you attend, if you don't really mean what you say. and say "WE FORGIVE THOSE THAT TRESPASS AGAINST US"
Your just a phony baloney.....
If all the part time/fence sitting/rule breaking, late attending, girl watching, catholics left the church for good, who is going to pay all the bills? Every dollar collected from the casual catholics helps pay all the bills of the church.
YOU WILL NEVER HEAR THE CHURCH LEADERS SAY DON'T COME BACK as long as they jingle money into the collection baskets.
You haven't thought this through at all!

**********

Michael...have you heard of the Ninety and Nine? If we follow Jesus truly, our attitudes will reflect His. Some, even on here, have said, "Good riddance, let them go."

That is a terrible attitude and does not reflect the Love of God. It grieves me when people leave the church. Whether they moved out of state, or were disgruntled about something, they are missed.

KayMarie
Truth

Leesburg, VA

#403842 Nov 21, 2012
Michael wrote:
<quoted text>
TRUTH says.......I have no fear.
Michael says....Thats good to know.....I will mark you down in the "NO FEAR" column.
And you should.....lol.....
Truth

Leesburg, VA

#403843 Nov 21, 2012
preston wrote:
<quoted text>just another example of the devil working in him, 44bdn and orville.
mischief is their occupation
I would say, he is trying to stir up trouble again...

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