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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 654535 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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preston

Athens, OH

#424661 Feb 25, 2013
and dan, I could probably go back several years ago and find a post or two where I have mentioned this trip of mine several years ago.

But I aint going to do it just for you.lol
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424662 Feb 25, 2013
preston wrote:
<quoted text>you were the person that was going to prove me WRONG, and you cant LOL.
anyway your church today is full of dead people WALKING AROUND and like you, they dont know they are dead(in their trespasses)
Sure I did.

No mention anywhere of a relic at the Mission in Tucson.

You made it all up, now you're bragging about it. What an odd person you are, preston.
Clay

Union, NJ

#424663 Feb 25, 2013
LTM wrote:
<quoted text>
Incorrupt Saints on Display
•St. Andrew Bobola
Church of St. Andrew Bobola, Warsaw, Poland
Died in 1657, discovered incorrupt 1697.
•St. Bernadette Soubirous
Convent of St. Gildard, Nevers, France
The visionary of Lourdes, died 1879. Surely the most beautiful corpse you'll ever see (with some help from wax).
•Mother Cabriani
Mother Cabrini High School Chapel, New York City, USA
Italian-born nun, died in Chicago 1917.
•St. Catherine Labouré
Chapel, Rue du Bac, Paris, France
A Mary visionary, exhumed after 56 years.
•St. Catherine of Bologna
Died 1463, has been on display in an upright position for over 500 years.
•St. Clare of Assisi
Basilica di Santa Chiara, Assisi, Italy
Died 1253.
•St. Clare of Montefalco
Church of the Holy Cross, Montefalco, Italy
Body and heart with cross imprint enshrined separately.
•Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov
Ivolginsky Datsan, Siberia, Russia
A rare Buddhist example: a monk who died in the lotus position in 1927 and remains seated and undecayed today.
•St. Etheldreda
St Etheldreda’s Catholic Church, Ely, England
Just her hand is on display.
•St. Francis Xavier
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa, India
Most of incorrupt body on display in a silver casket.
•St. John Vianney
Shrine of St. John Vianney, Ars, France
Beloved parish priest of Ars, died 1859, exhumed 1904.
•St. Padre Pio
San Giovanni Rotondo, Southern Italy
Died 1968. Exhumed and temporarily(?) on display from April 24, 2008 to mark the 40th anniversary of his death.
•Pope John XXIII
St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
On display in a glass casket.
•Blessed Paula Frassinetti
Chapel of the Convent of Santa Dorotea in Rome, Italy
Died in 1882, exhumed 1906.
•St. Rita of Cascia
Basilica of St Rita, Cascia, Italy
The patron saint of hopeless cases, died 1457. Her body has been seen in different positions in the glass case and her eyes have opened and closed unaided.
•St. Sperandia
Benedictine Convent, Cingoli, Italy
Died 1276, exhumed eight times, the last in 1952. Said to exude a sweet fragrance ("odor of sanctity").
•St. Teresa Margaret
Monastery of St. Teresa, Florence, Italy
Died 1770, exhumed 1783.
•St. Vincent Pallotti
Church of St. Salvatore, Onda, Italy
Died 1850, exhumed 1906 and 1950.
•St. Zita
Basilica of St. Frediano, Lucca, Italy
Died 1278.
Thanks for that info. I guess I never paid much attention to it. I still am not very interested, but at least I know now of Churches with saints on display.
I prayed in front of the stone that was removed from the Apostle Pauls tomb and displayed at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. It was very moving since I was the only one present. There was a closeness for sure.
Free Mind

Melbourne, FL

#424664 Feb 25, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
You linked US civil law precepts with "reformnation ideals".
They aren't linked. The Reformation predated the founding of the US by several hundered years. and had not a thing to do with governance.
Your still linking them here, all while accusing me of spinning that you actually did it earlier. Talk out of one side of your mouth or the other, FM-not both.
The deists or protestants who founded the country owned slaves. Forget that small detail?
There goes that post, doesn't it? Go back to the drawing board.
Dan writes -- "The deists or protestants who founded the country owned slaves. Forget that small detail?"

I'm confused Dan.

In 1782, neither the new USA nor the RCC officially opposed slavery as morally wrong.

My question is simply this. Which of the two proclaimed themselves "perfect in teachings on morals?"

That's a small detail that you always seem to forget. Maybe you could remind us.

Forget that small detail... again?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
preston

Athens, OH

#424665 Feb 25, 2013
still waiting for you to prove me wrong as you said that you would do in this reply.

Dan
Omaha, NE
Reply »
|Report Abuse |Judge it!|#424602 3 hrs ago
preston wrote:
<quoted text>prove my words are incorrect. ok?
to me the whole place was a piece of crap being readied to remove.my stables dont stink that much.
and the bones were in a enclave on the left side as you entered..

YOU;
I'll do it in a minute.

Identify the Church in question, in Tuscon, AZ, where someone's bones were on display under glass in an enclave.
preston

Athens, OH

#424666 Feb 25, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure I did.
No mention anywhere of a relic at the Mission in Tucson.
You made it all up, now you're bragging about it. What an odd person you are, preston.
just because a link doesnt speak about some dead guys bones and a jail on the premise doesnt mean that you have proved me wrong.

certainly wouldnt be pleasing to the chamber of commerce.lol for tourists to know they didnt have money to bury someone.

they should just take those bones and lock them up in that hillside jail.NOW ASK SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN THERE ALSO AND THEY WILL TELL YOU ABOUT THAT JAIL.
Free Mind

Melbourne, FL

#424667 Feb 25, 2013
Catholics here want links.

Catholics here want proof.

That's refreshing. Now maybe they will demand the same from their church?

The ten tons of bones of St Paul should all have the same DNA, right?

Or maybe the Catholics here need and want to believe the RCC fraud. After all, regardless of DNA, how many tons of bones did St. Paul have?
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424668 Feb 25, 2013
Free Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
Dan writes -- "The deists or protestants who founded the country owned slaves. Forget that small detail?"
I'm confused Dan.
In 1782, neither the new USA nor the RCC officially opposed slavery as morally wrong.
My question is simply this. Which of the two proclaimed themselves "perfect in teachings on morals?"
That's a small detail that you always seem to forget. Maybe you could remind us.
Forget that small detail... again?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Well, the Church beat the USA in condemning it, and you set forth that "refromation ideals" were superior. You were wrong.
Clay

Union, NJ

#424669 Feb 25, 2013
preston wrote:
<quoted text>unlike clay and Dan, We know waht we are talking about. ole dan was going to show the world that I was wrong and was lying, yet he couldnt and cant. thanks for the info, I found that quickly.
I think we just don't care enough about it. In MN or anywhere in this part of the country, I don't believe a Church exist that displays the body or bones of a dead Saint. You said it was in AZ? Fine I believe you. Its just something I never heard of around here. Not a big deal. Frankly, I would love to see the bones of Saint Peter or Paul even for just an historical appreciation.
LTM

Marathon, Canada

#424670 Feb 25, 2013
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for that info. I guess I never paid much attention to it. I still am not very interested, but at least I know now of Churches with saints on display.
I prayed in front of the stone that was removed from the Apostle Pauls tomb and displayed at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. It was very moving since I was the only one present. There was a closeness for sure.
Clay you just have to punch in just one name on that list and you will find the site I thought I gave the link.
I am amazed at the way some of them are so well preserved.
History is one of my favorite subjects, this stuff is great.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424671 Feb 25, 2013
preston wrote:
still waiting for you to prove me wrong as you said that you would do in this reply.
Dan
Omaha, NE
Reply »
|Report Abuse |Judge it!|#424602 3 hrs ago
preston wrote:
<quoted text>prove my words are incorrect. ok?
to me the whole place was a piece of crap being readied to remove.my stables dont stink that much.
and the bones were in a enclave on the left side as you entered..
YOU;
I'll do it in a minute.
Identify the Church in question, in Tuscon, AZ, where someone's bones were on display under glass in an enclave.
Um, preston, you failed to cite where the Mission in Tucson houses relics (a guy in glass made of bones).

So, you're wrong. I cited an abundance of source material on the place and no mention of relics housed there.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424672 Feb 25, 2013
preston wrote:
<quoted text>just because a link doesnt speak about some dead guys bones and a jail on the premise doesnt mean that you have proved me wrong.
certainly wouldnt be pleasing to the chamber of commerce.lol for tourists to know they didnt have money to bury someone.
they should just take those bones and lock them up in that hillside jail.NOW ASK SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN THERE ALSO AND THEY WILL TELL YOU ABOUT THAT JAIL.
Well, prove your statement correct.

That's your burden. I've provided plenty to disprove your statement.
Free Mind

Melbourne, FL

#424673 Feb 25, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
I missed the part where the official stated that they didn't think it was wrong until the media told them it was.
Where's that part? That was your claim.
Post # please. Maybe I misspoke. Maybe not.

How about, the U.S. media helped the "one true" Church confront the truth.

Either way, this reality further busts the absurd "one true" claim.

Of course you find it difficult to accept, but there's the reality.
socci

Cameron, MO

#424674 Feb 25, 2013
LTM wrote:
Incorrupt Saints on Display
•St. Andrew Bobola
Church of St. Andrew Bobola, Warsaw, Poland
Died in 1657, discovered incorrupt 1697.
•St. Bernadette Soubirous
Convent of St. Gildard, Nevers, France
The visionary of Lourdes, died 1879. Surely the most beautiful corpse you'll ever see (with some help from wax).
•Mother Cabriani
Mother Cabrini High School Chapel, New York City, USA
Italian-born nun, died in Chicago 1917.
•St. Catherine Labouré
Chapel, Rue du Bac, Paris, France
A Mary visionary, exhumed after 56 years.
•St. Catherine of Bologna
Died 1463, has been on display in an upright position for over 500 years.
•St. Clare of Assisi
Basilica di Santa Chiara, Assisi, Italy
Died 1253.
•St. Clare of Montefalco
Church of the Holy Cross, Montefalco, Italy
Body and heart with cross imprint enshrined separately.
•Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov
Ivolginsky Datsan, Siberia, Russia
A rare Buddhist example: a monk who died in the lotus position in 1927 and remains seated and undecayed today.
•St. Etheldreda
St Etheldreda’s Catholic Church, Ely, England
Just her hand is on display.
•St. Francis Xavier
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa, India
Most of incorrupt body on display in a silver casket.
•St. John Vianney
Shrine of St. John Vianney, Ars, France
Beloved parish priest of Ars, died 1859, exhumed 1904.
•St. Padre Pio
San Giovanni Rotondo, Southern Italy
Died 1968. Exhumed and temporarily(?) on display from April 24, 2008 to mark the 40th anniversary of his death.
•Pope John XXIII
St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
On display in a glass casket.
•Blessed Paula Frassinetti
Chapel of the Convent of Santa Dorotea in Rome, Italy
Died in 1882, exhumed 1906.
•St. Rita of Cascia
Basilica of St Rita, Cascia, Italy
The patron saint of hopeless cases, died 1457. Her body has been seen in different positions in the glass case and her eyes have opened and closed unaided.
•St. Sperandia
Benedictine Convent, Cingoli, Italy
Died 1276, exhumed eight times, the last in 1952. Said to exude a sweet fragrance ("odor of sanctity").
•St. Teresa Margaret
Monastery of St. Teresa, Florence, Italy
Died 1770, exhumed 1783.
•St. Vincent Pallotti
Church of St. Salvatore, Onda, Italy
Died 1850, exhumed 1906 and 1950.
•St. Zita
Basilica of St. Frediano, Lucca, Italy
Died 1278.

This is a load of rubbish. These so-called saints originate with the Roman Calendar of Gods.


The Hierarchy of the Roman Empire now called the Roman Church


Roman Empire offices & their modern names:

Roman Empire (Imperium Romanum) renamed: Roman Catholic Church.

Curia (legal body of Senators) slight name change: Curia (legal body of Cardinals).

Roman Emperor renamed: Roman Pope (head of all church and state affairs).

Roman College of Senators renamed: College of Cardinals.

Roman Senators renamed: Cardinals.

Roman Governors renamed: Archbishops.

Roman Senator with no territory: Bishop.

(Large) Roman Province renamed: Archdiocese.

(Small) Roman Territory renamed: Diocese.

Imperial Chair of Jupiter where Caesar sat renamed: Throne of St. Peter.

Vestal Virgins renamed: Nuns.

Pontiff or "high priest " of a pagan religious order (Zues, Apollo, Diana, Mars, Jupiter, Baal, Dionysys, Pythia etc) same name: Pontiff.

The Roman Calender and Holy Days of the gods renamed: Calendar Holidays of the Saints.

Legal act of creating a god (of a living or dead human, as was done to most of the Caesars) "Apotheosis of the Gods" renamed: Canonization of the Saints.

A decree of Caesar (dictator for life): Pope's infalliable Papal Bull.

Praying to a dead human god renamed: Praying to a saint.

In the US the highest law of the land is the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in the Vatican State the Constitution is called the Code of Canon Law.
Free Mind

Melbourne, FL

#424675 Feb 25, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, the Church beat the USA in condemning it, and you set forth that "refromation ideals" were superior. You were wrong.
Your turn to provide a link. When did the RCC condemn slavery?

It was a state issue at the time and many states condemned slavery before the RCC.

Also, I re-stated "the ideals which grew from the Reformation." But of course, you only have those word games.

Or, you could easily move to a society that embraced RCC ideals, like Mexico maybe.

Nope, better to play word games than to walk your crazy talk. I understand.

Got to run. I'll look for your factoids backed by links later. Go play with some saintly bones. A ponder that last link I gave you.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424676 Feb 25, 2013
Free Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
Post # please. Maybe I misspoke. Maybe not.
How about, the U.S. media helped the "one true" Church confront the truth.
Either way, this reality further busts the absurd "one true" claim.
Of course you find it difficult to accept, but there's the reality.
#424630

The clear inference made is that the media somehow informed their opinion on whether the acts in question were wrong.

Obviously, the cleric in the article is thanking the media for helping them in their efforts to deal with the issue. He isn't crediting them with moral instruction by telling them it was wrong to begin with.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424677 Feb 25, 2013
Free Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
Post # please. Maybe I misspoke. Maybe not.
How about, the U.S. media helped the "one true" Church confront the truth.
Either way, this reality further busts the absurd "one true" claim.
Of course you find it difficult to accept, but there's the reality.
No one is the Church is creditied with omniscience.

The Pope has to read the paper to find out what's happening same as everyone else.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424678 Feb 25, 2013
Free Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
Your turn to provide a link. When did the RCC condemn slavery?
It was a state issue at the time and many states condemned slavery before the RCC.
Also, I re-stated "the ideals which grew from the Reformation." But of course, you only have those word games.
Or, you could easily move to a society that embraced RCC ideals, like Mexico maybe.
Nope, better to play word games than to walk your crazy talk. I understand.
Got to run. I'll look for your factoids backed by links later. Go play with some saintly bones. A ponder that last link I gave you.
Dec. 3, 1839

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_Supremo_Apost...
Dan

Omaha, NE

#424679 Feb 25, 2013
Free Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
Your turn to provide a link. When did the RCC condemn slavery?
It was a state issue at the time and many states condemned slavery before the RCC.
Also, I re-stated "the ideals which grew from the Reformation." But of course, you only have those word games.
Or, you could easily move to a society that embraced RCC ideals, like Mexico maybe.
Nope, better to play word games than to walk your crazy talk. I understand.
Got to run. I'll look for your factoids backed by links later. Go play with some saintly bones. A ponder that last link I gave you.
The only ideals you mentioned as being "ideals which grew from the Reformation" dealt with US civil law precepts. Sorry-you mentioned them. Was I supposed to read your mind if you meant otherwise? You ran it more than once.

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

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

#424680 Feb 25, 2013
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm going to take a guess, Confrint. You attended a Catholic Mass before and became so jealous that you became enraged.
Because now you appear to be making stuff up in a rabid frenzy.
The Catholic Mass is filled from beginning to end with Bible. If you ever want to see the Gospel of John come to life and be put in motion, sit through the Liturgy of the Eucharist once.
~~~

When I visited the Roman Catholic Church in Gettysburg Pa..

FOR MY NEPHEWS WEDDING...

I felt out of place..THE PLACE WAS FOREBODING .

I could not comprehend that those that

call themselves Christians would GO TO SUCH EXTREMES TO BE

diametrically apposed to the COMMANDMENTS OF GOD......

THE STATUES AND GRAVEN IMAGES....CREATED AN ERIE ATMOSPHERE OF A PAGAN

TEMPLE.

THE BIRD THAT WAS PORTRAYED ON THE PODIUM ...

(with the appearance of AN Egyptian ibis)

was especially inappropriately displayed in a place that supposed to

be a House of prayer.

Reminds me of the words of the Apostle Paul..

Rom 1:21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

Rom 1:22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

Rom 1:23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.

Rom 1:24 Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:

Rom 1:25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.

ALSO THE words of Jesus...WHEN HE WAS INSULTED AND UPSET AT THE DISPLAY THAT WAS IN THE HEAVENLY FATHERS HOUSE...

Mat_21:13 And said unto them, It is written,-->My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.

Mar_11:17 And he taught, saying unto them, Is it not written,--> My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer? but ye have made it a den of thieves.

Luk_19:46 Saying unto them, It is written,---> My house is the house of prayer: but ye have made it a den of thieves.

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