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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 699319 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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“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#482544 Oct 16, 2013
Hermeneutics Smutics wrote:
Approx 5 years after Christ's death: Church of Jerusalem established originally headed by an Eastern Orthodox patriarch
7 years after Christ's death Church of Antioch established originally headed by an Oriental Orthodox
10 years after Christ's death Church of Alexandria established originally headed by an Oriental Orthodox
20 years or more after Christ's death Churches of Rome and Constantinople founded: headed by a Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox
Note: However the Eastern Orthodox and Ancient Oriental Orthodox started out as one but then the Oriental Orthodox split at Chalcedon re the issue of Christ's dual nature. Therefore some suggest the what is now called the Oriental Orthodox is older than the Eastern Orthodox.
The bottom line: Quibble all you want. The Church's credibility is based on Christ and its trueness to its teaching, not age.
Makes,sense ..

When it is,JESUS OUR ONLY HIGH PRIEST .

.But ...hmm who's first then..who holds the keys??

Who DID PETER hand them to ???

What kind of Church did Peer envision..more importantly .

Jesus to Himself owned nothing but the clothes,He wore,.

What kind of Church did HE envision..

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#482545 Oct 16, 2013
Gods R Delusions wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem is that bleeding heart Christians have made healthcare a "right."
It's too late to close that door.
So the real problem is - our healthcare system is BY FAR the most expensive in the world. It makes our products less competitive. It drains our wealth.
So as a Christian, who do you believe should go without healthcare in this country?
In a great world ..folks would WORK and pay for competitively priced or their employers, would contribute to insurance ...

First off ..no one who is,suck..goes,to a,public ER,is turned away ..legal illegal ..try are cared for .
The sick poor get Medicaid .

It's really working class that ..IS getting messed up with this plan .

To the point Insurance companies leave states ..so their great insurance goes,away ..

Had they just opened up all states,to all insurance companies
For competition ...the rates,would have gone down!!!!!

What is,happening now is ..it's,so expensive people self-employed and employers will pay 're fine which is cheaper than the insurance ....so people who haD insurance ...won t
.they are,also having their hours,cut .

Our premiums doubled ..much higher deductible .....it's sick ..

NO ONE READ THE THING ..TO quite Pelosi...we have to PASS it then see,what's in it .

So less people WITH IT HAVE JOBS AND HouRS TO PAY FOR IT ...

AND the LAW is being applied unequally

Any law that lawmakers exempt themselves,from thE consequences,of

Is NOT a good thing ..oh and their employees too. Exempt ..And those in the White House

The idea,was not serving more people obviously ...it's power ..
hojo

Saint Paul, MN

#482546 Oct 16, 2013
Hundreds of Protestant Pastors converting to the Catholic Church
:

Coming Home to the TRUTH

Protestant clergy and laity from across the denominational spectrum are coming home to the Catholic Church. The journey home, though overflowing with endless joys and blessings, can also be traumatic. It often results in the loss of friends and family, as well as the loss of career and financial support. It usually requires a rethinking of one’s doctrinal and moral convictions, as well as one’s vocation as a child of God.
Nevertheless, clergy and laity by the hundreds are entering the Catholic Church with great joy. They come with great enthusiasm and commitment to follow Jesus Christ wherever He leads, even if this means coming out of their previously comfortable and familiar spiritual surroundings into the Catholic Church. Many of them come with great gifts for ministry, including years of training and experience, along with information and ideas for authentic Church renewal.
Sometimes the most difficult part of the journey occurs after they have come home. They may feel unwelcome in their local parish and disoriented by the hierarchical structure of the diocese. They may find themselves overwhelmed by the great diversity of religious groups and spiritualities. They may become particularly disconcerted when they discover the large number of Catholics who seem to know little about their faith.
Even as they find their way through all of these challenges into authentic Catholic life and worship, they are discovering the "true faith" that has been manifested in Jesus Christ for over 2000 years in and through HIS One True Catholic Church. Having resigned from their pastoral ministries, clergy converts especially struggle now with how to continue using their gifts for ministry while also supporting their families.
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“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#482547 Oct 16, 2013
Gods R Delusions wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem is that bleeding heart Christians have made healthcare a "right."
It's too late to close that door.
So the real problem is - our healthcare system is BY FAR the most expensive in the world. It makes our products less competitive. It drains our wealth.
So as a Christian, who do you believe should go without healthcare in this country?
Oh and a great percentage of those hearts,are secularists,with 're same agenda, since the sixties ..

GIVE JUST ENOUGH.....to keep people dependent ..And voting your way .

look up Clowerd ..look up that Alefsky or whatever his name is ...

They had a dream. It came TRue ...

The working man pays ...as always.

How rich exactly are those politicians,so want us to pay ..how about those Hollywood types .

How much money does,Pelosi ..or Kerry ..or Edwards have .

They put down Romney for being successful ...at BUSINESS ..Lol.
Those folks,are probably richer and NOT even Adding to tell economy.

And if your rich and think government is an efficient way to help folks
Give a few million extra a year to the food stamps program ..I'm serious .

Let the rest of us alone ..
..who have been working for decades alone ..les,taxes ..more money into the economy ...
KENNEDY KNEW THIS ...BUSH knew this ...those tax cuts helped us and small businesses after 911

I wonder how that
Charity navigator.com
Would rate the federal gov. For efficiency ???
hojo

Saint Paul, MN

#482548 Oct 16, 2013
Catholic Churches continue to increase while
Protestant Churches continue to decline

The Roman Catholic Church continues to see its membership increase in the U.S., while most Protestant churches are shrinking, according to an annual report by the National Council of Churches.

The trends match last year’s:“Churches which have been increasing in membership in recent years continue to grow and likewise, those churches which have been declining in recent years continue to decline,” said the editor of the report, Rev. Eileen Lindner.

Catholics–the country’s largest church body, with 68.5 million members–grew slowly but surely, 0.57 percent last year.

Membership for the Southern Baptist Convention decreased for the third year in a row, by just 0.42 percent, to 16.1 million members.

“We as Southern Baptists continue to show signs of drifting from our historic commitment to evangelism, as reflected in the fact that it still takes 46 Southern Baptists to lead one person to faith in Christ,” said Thom Rainer, president of SBC-affliated LifeWay Christian resources, after previous reports of declining numbers.

According to LifeWay, 2008 marked a 20-year-low in baptisms for the Southern Baptist Convention, and though baptisms are rebounding, membership and Sunday school enrollment are down.

Mainline Protestant denominations–United Methodist Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and Episcopal Church–all experienced declines between 1 percent and 3 percent, according to the National Council of Churches.

The country’s best-known door-to-door missionaries boosted membership, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the fourth-largest in the U.S.) up 1.42 percent to 7.7 million and Jehovah’s Witnesses up 4.37 percent to 1.2 million. A few Pentecostal groups also have grown.

Four of the nation’s 25 largest churches are Pentecostal in belief and practice, Lindner reported.“Strong figures from the Assemblies of God and the Church of God (Cleveland, Tenn.) suggest a decrease in the number of adherents to Pentecostal groups, though it is impossible to state unequivocally from this table since the other two charismatic churches in the ranking have not reported in some years.”

Here’s the list of the top 15, as reported in the 2011 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches:

1. The Catholic Church, 68,503,456 members, up .57 percent.

2. Southern Baptist Convention,16,160,088 members, down.42 percent.

3. The United Methodist Church, 7,774,931 members, down1.01 percent.

4. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 6,058,907 members, up 1.42 percent.

5. The Church of God in Christ, 5,499,875 members, no updates.

6. National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc, 5,000,000 members, no updates.

7. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 4,542,868 members, down1.96 percent.

8. National Baptist Convention of America, Inc., 3,500,000 members, no updates.

9. Assemblies of God, 2,914,669 members, up .52 percent.

10. Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 2,770,730 members, down 2.61 percent.

11. African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2,500,000 members, no updates.

11. National Missionary Baptist Convention of America, 2,500,000 members, no updates.

13. The Lutheran Church– Missouri Synod (LCMS), 2,312,111 members, down 1.08 percent.

14. The Episcopal Church, 2,006,343 members, down 2.48 percent.

15. Churches of Christ, 1,639,495 members, no membership updates reported
Gods R Delusions

Orlando, FL

#482549 Oct 16, 2013
Liam wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes they are. Fortunately, I don't live there.
Lighten up. Neither do I, but Topix says we live there, so that's that :o)
Gods R Delusions

Orlando, FL

#482550 Oct 16, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
<quoted text>
Makes,sense ..
When it is,JESUS OUR ONLY HIGH PRIEST .
.But ...hmm who's first then..who holds the keys??
Who DID PETER hand them to ???
What kind of Church did Peer envision..more importantly .
Jesus to Himself owned nothing but the clothes,He wore,.
What kind of Church did HE envision..
Jesus Is that you, Pope Francis?
Gods R Delusions

Orlando, FL

#482551 Oct 16, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
<quoted text>
In a great world ..folks would WORK and pay for competitively priced or their employers, would contribute to insurance ...
First off ..no one who is,suck..goes,to a,public ER,is turned away ..legal illegal ..try are cared for .
The sick poor get Medicaid .
It's really working class that ..IS getting messed up with this plan .
To the point Insurance companies leave states ..so their great insurance goes,away ..
Had they just opened up all states,to all insurance companies
For competition ...the rates,would have gone down!!!!!
What is,happening now is ..it's,so expensive people self-employed and employers will pay 're fine which is cheaper than the insurance ....so people who haD insurance ...won t
.they are,also having their hours,cut .
Our premiums doubled ..much higher deductible .....it's sick ..
NO ONE READ THE THING ..TO quite Pelosi...we have to PASS it then see,what's in it .
So less people WITH IT HAVE JOBS AND HouRS TO PAY FOR IT ...
AND the LAW is being applied unequally
Any law that lawmakers exempt themselves,from thE consequences,of
Is NOT a good thing ..oh and their employees too. Exempt ..And those in the White House
The idea,was not serving more people obviously ...it's power ..
I agree, free market medicine would be great, but we haven't had that in decades.(Ever see a price list in a doctor's office or hospital?)

As for the poor, we are going broke treating them in hospital emergency rooms.

Why should I be forced to pay for their care? Oh yea, Jesus.
Gods R Delusions

Orlando, FL

#482552 Oct 16, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh and a great percentage of those hearts,are secularists,with 're same agenda, since the sixties ..
GIVE JUST ENOUGH.....to keep people dependent ..And voting your way .
look up Clowerd ..look up that Alefsky or whatever his name is ...
They had a dream. It came TRue ...
The working man pays ...as always.
How rich exactly are those politicians,so want us to pay ..how about those Hollywood types .
How much money does,Pelosi ..or Kerry ..or Edwards have .
They put down Romney for being successful ...at BUSINESS ..Lol.
Those folks,are probably richer and NOT even Adding to tell economy.
And if your rich and think government is an efficient way to help folks
Give a few million extra a year to the food stamps program ..I'm serious .
Let the rest of us alone ..
..who have been working for decades alone ..les,taxes ..more money into the economy ...
KENNEDY KNEW THIS ...BUSH knew this ...those tax cuts helped us and small businesses after 911
I wonder how that
Charity navigator.com
Would rate the federal gov. For efficiency ???
60's hippies looked like Jesus. They espoused his non-violent, live simply, care for the poor ideals.

No, it was Christian ideals, with those (formerly) non-profit Christian hospitals that forced the USA to make healthcare a "right." Whiny Christians just couldn't see anyone turned away, no matter how poor. What do you expect?

Accept the blame and move on.

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

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

#482553 Oct 16, 2013
Tony17 wrote:
<quoted text>No my friend. You greatly misunderstand what ETERNAL means. You will be given EVERLASTING LIFE if you overcome but only God is Eternal because He has no beginning. YOU AND EVERYONE ELSE HAS A BEGINNING. Therefore we cannot be Eternal. But we can live forever if we overcome.
~~~
It's bad enough that you are blushing about what is on you mind

without you spreading whats on your dirty mind across the earth.

contaminating others with your thoughts.
Religion

Star Lake, NY

#482554 Oct 16, 2013
When the first Priest broke his vow of being celibacy he broke the chain of true Church. They, being Catholics, Priests and anyone that knows how the Religions came about knows that. That means the Roman Church is no longer and hasn't been true religion since that point. There is no faking being a Priest after this happened. God asked this of them to be pure of heart and faith and they did not keep this promise. If you are a good person and chose to do the right thing by others makes you your own temple, married or not. Its a shame that everyone thinks they have the correct Religion because at this point in our world the choices you make are what will keep you set apart in Gods eyes. We are not perfect, were not made perfect and are expected to make errors in our lives. As a Priest they were chosen to be someone you could look to for answers. So the next time you go to confession, remember, the man on the other side that you talk to is not pure any longer either and you have only to look inside yourself for forgiveness. There is no one left that can grant you forgiveness on this earth, Priests chose to be the same as every man walking on earth. Sad, but true. Chose your own destiny don't look to anyone else to make you feel better about yourself.

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#482555 Oct 16, 2013
hojo wrote:
Catholic Churches continue to increase while
Protestant Churches continue to decline
The Roman Catholic Church continues to see its membership increase in the U.S., while most Protestant churches are shrinking, according to an annual report by the National Council of Churches.
The trends match last year’s:“Churches which have been increasing in membership in recent years continue to grow and likewise, those churches which have been declining in recent years continue to decline,” said the editor of the report, Rev. Eileen Lindner.
Catholics–the country’s largest church body, with 68.5 million members–grew slowly but surely, 0.57 percent last year.
Membership for the Southern Baptist Convention decreased for the third year in a row, by just 0.42 percent, to 16.1 million members.
“We as Southern Baptists continue to show signs of drifting from our historic commitment to evangelism, as reflected in the fact that it still takes 46 Southern Baptists to lead one person to faith in Christ,” said Thom Rainer, president of SBC-affliated LifeWay Christian resources, after previous reports of declining numbers.
According to LifeWay, 2008 marked a 20-year-low in baptisms for the Southern Baptist Convention, and though baptisms are rebounding, membership and Sunday school enrollment are down.
Mainline Protestant denominations–United Methodist Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and Episcopal Church–all experienced declines between 1 percent and 3 percent, according to the National Council of Churches.
The country’s best-known door-to-door missionaries boosted membership, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the fourth-largest in the U.S.) up 1.42 percent to 7.7 million and Jehovest a decrease in the number of adherents to Pentecostal groups, though it is impossible to state unequivocally from this table since the other two charismatic churches in the ranking have not reported in some years.”
Here’s the list of the top 15, as reported in the 2011 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches:
1. The Catholic Church, 68,503,456 members, up .57 percent.
2. Southern Baptist Convention,16,160,088 members, down.42 percent.
3. The United Methodist Church, 7,774,931 members, down1.01 percent.
4. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 6,058,907 members, up 1.42 percent.
5. The Church of God in Christ, 5,499,875 members, no updates.
6. National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc, 5,000,000 members, no updates.
7. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 4,542,868 members, down1.96 percent.
8. National Baptist Convention of America, Inc., 3,500,000 members, no updates.
9. Assemblies of God, 2,914,669 members, up .52 percent.
10. Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 2,770,730 members, down 2.61 percent.
11. African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2,500,000 members, no updates.
11. National Missionary Baptist Convention of America, 2,500,000 members, no updates.
13. The Lutheran Church– Missouri Synod (LCMS), 2,312,111 members, down 1.08 percent.
14. The Episcopal Church, 2,006,343 members, down 2.48 percent.
15. Churches of Christ, 1,639,495 members, no membership updates reported
Ten why are so many closing and being sold out from under people .
Many poor and around here don't speak English or have transportation to go further away

..BUT the,diocese gets money from selling the,Churches ...no comment in
Why they will do that with all those increasing numbers,
May be mire richer people are joining'

I've said before he honesty of John Paul ..on many things,probably did bring done eh o had been disillusioned by denials,.over history and other things
..breaking their faith in The institution.

Just mainly why close praises and tell the poor THEY have to trAvel
And so called integrate (that was fro. Some bishop )
Instead of sending the new members to those churches ..

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#482556 Oct 16, 2013
Gods R Delusions wrote:
<quoted text>
60's hippies looked like Jesus. They espoused his non-violent, live simply, care for the poor ideals.
No, it was Christian ideals, with those (formerly) non-profit Christian hospitals that forced the USA to make healthcare a "right." Whiny Christians just couldn't see anyone turned away, no matter how poor. What do you expect?
Accept the blame and move on.
Hey Charitys,do a much more efficient job
And have supported the less fortunate since this COUntry
Was formed .

The hippies were high a lot ..And nit all hat responsible .

Jesus did not have LSD OR POT .

Ofcom.sure there are some who good intentions .

Read a paper by Cliward and His buddy .

Ten read Saul Alindky

Ten idea,was socialism..communes for every one ..NIT a,good economic model

Ask the Russian s
Religion

Star Lake, NY

#482560 Oct 16, 2013
Religion wrote:
When the first Priest broke his vow of being celibacy he broke the chain of true Church. They, being Catholics, Priests and anyone that knows how the Religions came about knows that. That means the Roman Church is no longer and hasn't been true religion since that point. There is no faking being a Priest after this happened. God asked this of them to be pure of heart and faith and they did not keep this promise. If you are a good person and chose to do the right thing by others makes you your own temple, married or not. Its a shame that everyone thinks they have the correct Religion because at this point in our world the choices you make are what will keep you set apart in Gods eyes. We are not perfect, were not made perfect and are expected to make errors in our lives. As a Priest they were chosen to be someone you could look to for answers. So the next time you go to confession, remember, the man on the other side that you talk to is not pure any longer either and you have only to look inside yourself for forgiveness. There is no one left that can grant you forgiveness on this earth, Priests chose to be the same as every man walking on earth. Sad, but true. Chose your own destiny don't look to anyone else to make you feel better about yourself.
Im sorry for you if you've never read how Religion started or taken a Philosophy of Religion course in College or cared to know how your Religion came about. You might learn how and where your Religions came from with a few good books. I was born and raised Roman Catholic and strive to learn all I can on things I believe in. I have given an educated reply. Maybe you should do some reading its very interesting where Religions started. Knowledge is power and everyone should want to learn something new every day. Good luck with your ideas, but they aren't knowledge they are just thoughts aren't they?

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#482561 Oct 16, 2013
Hermeneutics Smutics wrote:
The bottom line: Quibble all you want. The Church's credibility is based on Christ and its trueness to its teaching, not age.
Incorrect conclusion, as there are many teachings by Jesus not included in any canon, thus the credibility is only based upon man's influence within that credibility.
hojo

Saint Paul, MN

#482562 Oct 16, 2013
Much of "Bible only" doctrine is unbiblical



How many of you realized that you have to ignore some things in the bible to follow Sola Scriptura? If you have, then you realized that Sola Scriptura is against the Bible.

Here are some examples that Sola Scripturists ignore in the bible:

Authority

Matthew 16:18-19 / Isaiah 22:22 "And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the powers of death shall not prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven."

"And I will place on his shoulder the key of the house of David; he shall open, and none shall shut; and he shall shut, and none shall open."

1 Timothy 3:15 ""If I am delayed, you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God, which is the Church of the living God, the pillar, pinnacle, bulwark and foundation of the Truth."

Tradition

2 Thessalonians 2:15 "So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter."

Baptism

1 Peter 3:21 "Baptism, which corresponds to this, now saves you, not as a removal of dirt from the body but as an appeal to God for a clear conscience, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ"

Confession

John 20:22-23 "And when he had said this, he breathed on them, and said to them,'Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained.'"

Eucharist

John 6:53-58, 66-67 "So Jesus said to them,'Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you; he who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day. For my flesh is food indeed, and my blood is drink indeed. He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me and I in him. As the living Father sent me, and I live because of the Father, so he who eats me will live because of me. This is the bread which came down from heaven, not such as the fathers ate and died; he who eats this bread will live forever.' After this many of his disciples drew back and no longer went about with him. Jesus said to the twelve,'Will you also go away?'"

1 Corinthians 11:27 "Whoever, therefore, eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of profaning the body and blood of the Lord."

Works

James 2:24 "You see that a man is justified by works and not by faith alone."

“Happy 2016!!”

Since: Apr 08

Saint Teresa Pray 4 Us.

#482563 Oct 16, 2013
The Catholic Church educates 2.6 million students
everyday at the cost to OUR Church of 10 billion dollars, and a
SAVINGS TO THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER OF 18 billion
dollars.
Our graduates go on to graduate studies at the rate of 92%,
all at a NO COST to taxpayers. To the rest of the Americans it's free.
The Church has 230 colleges and universities in the U.S. with an
enrollment of over 700,000 students.
The Catholic Church has a non-profit
hospital system of 637 hospitals, which account for hospital treatment
of 1 out of every 5 people -- not just Catholics in the United States
today.

Thanks be to God.

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#482565 Oct 16, 2013
Husker Du wrote:
<quoted text>Ten people read Saul Alindky? Who is Cliward. Are you high when you post? Why would I ask a Russion, S?
let me help you...R u s s i a n...

“Happy 2016!!”

Since: Apr 08

Saint Teresa Pray 4 Us.

#482566 Oct 16, 2013
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text>
No they did not.
The first organized church was in Jerusalem(aprox. 50 AD)...and it was NOT catholic nor Roman...[fact]...
St Ignatius called it Catholic in the 1st century. When ALL were of the same following of THE Christ.

Catholic = Universal. ALL.

Since: Oct 13

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