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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 692017 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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Perth, Australia

#496735 Dec 2, 2013
-its exist very low organization
-its exist very high organization
to ruin every person and every family

not say sorry
not me
neverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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#496736 Dec 2, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, and no one wanted her, so she bounced a couple of times. to bad all of her hot air never escaped.
How can something be funny and hateful on the same post.

somebody has a very big problem with their judgies.lol

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#496737 Dec 2, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, and no one wanted her, so she bounced a couple of times. to bad all of her hot air never escaped.
Sent you something nice in the,mail..One page,specially for you :after you read the,Christmas one,:)

Third one ..

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#496738 Dec 2, 2013
Liam wrote:
<quoted text>
Santa Clause is protestant folklore. The CC had nothing to do with the creation of that figure (other than our own St. Nick was the basis for their idea). Nobody on the Catholic side was telling stories about a fat jolly guy coming down a chimney named St. Nick before that.
However.....
The Catholic Church is responsible for the celebration observance of Christmas. It means CHRIST'S MASS. We go to MASS to receive the Eucharist which is Jesus CHRIST.. See, Christ's Mass, Ger it? Christmas. It's the sacrifice of the Mass....Christ's MASS, get it now? lol sorry. wikipedia.org/christmas
Merry Christmas.
So you didn't hAve a Christmas,stocking ???

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#496739 Dec 2, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>How can something be funny and hateful on the same post.
somebody has a very big problem with their judgies.lol
yeah,but don't you just love them big red lips lol..they are hilarious..lol

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#496740 Dec 2, 2013
I just posted this reply in answer to clay lying again by saying that it originated y Protestants.

I don't care where it comes from and it is very joyful to the Children and their expectations. but sometimes it isn't pleasurable for poor young children, so it has its pros and cons.

if a person celebrates Christmas and remembers that He is the Reason for this Season, more power to them.

and on the other hand, the campbellite cult claims they don't celebrate Christmas as His Birthday, but that doesn't make them Christians since Christians are Born Again by His Spirit NOT BY GETTING WET IN A BATHTUB IN THE BACK OF THE BUILDING

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#496741 Dec 2, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>How can something be funny and hateful on the same post.
somebody has a very big problem with their judgies.lol
It's called bi-polar..
Husker Du

Falls City, NE

#496742 Dec 2, 2013
Seraphima wrote:
<quoted text>You are comparing apple with oranges..It is pure fact that the catholic church is far more wealthy than Rose living in Florida sitting in her armchair with a belly full of toss out criticisms.The comparison is unbalanced.
I REALLY THINK YOU ARE UNBALANCED. And very dim.
Husker Du

Falls City, NE

#496743 Dec 2, 2013
atemcowboy wrote:
<quoted text>and she takes her/his name after some PUNK rock band. talk about being childish, she/he is.
I am from Nebraska,dimwit. What is Nebraska famous for..

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#496744 Dec 2, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
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So you didn't hAve a Christmas,stocking ???
Huh? lol

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#496745 Dec 2, 2013
Husker Du wrote:
<quoted text>I am from Nebraska,dimwit. What is Nebraska famous for..
oh oh you opened yourself up for that one....Johnny Carson! Thought I was gonna say B_ didn't ya lol

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#496747 Dec 2, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
<quoted text>
Sent you something nice in the,mail..One page,specially for you :after you read the,Christmas one,:)
Third one ..
thank you and I am not surprised that your mail was exactly opposite of what that campbellite said a few minutes ago. and like you, I want Him to be welcome at our table as the "guest of Honor". the exact day He was Born isn't important, but the "exact" day that we invited Him into our life IS important, as we were Born Again by His Spirit.

I remember talking to a man and he told me that he didn't know how to pray, and I told him that all he had to do was ask Him to come into his life. and he did, and he got Saved, and left a testimony for all to know.

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#496748 Dec 2, 2013
Husker Du wrote:
<quoted text>I REALLY THINK YOU ARE UNBALANCED. And very dim.
LOL..thank you
Mark

Hedel, Netherlands

#496749 Dec 2, 2013
The tradition of Santa Claus, or Sinterklaas as we dutch call him has its roots back more than thousand years. The Germanics already celebrated in Wintertime that their God Wodan would ride the sky on his eight-legged horse Sleipnir. They had big community houses with an opening in the middle of the roof to let that the smoke out. Through this hole Wodan would throw presents. Wodan als had black helpers, earth spirits. Black wasn't evil in their religion. In fact darkness was seen as positive by Germanics and Celts. They believed that in Darkness grew life before it would spring out in spring. That is why the new day started at sunset, and the Celts celebrated the new year in autumn when things got darker.

When Christianity took over, many Gods and related stories were turned in to saints and saints stories. So in the story Wodan was replaced by a saint (Sint Nicolaas or Sinterklaas or Santa Claus). This was a bishop form Myra whitch is now Turkey. How he became Sinterklaas is funny as well.

In Itally Christianity was a very commercial religion in which every church had his own patron Saint and a lot of money was made with selling relics, often little pieces of bones said to have been of the person. Almost all cities had their own holy man, but the city of Bari was lacking one. So the some entrepreneural Barians went on a mission to get one. The had heard that that bishop of Myra was known to have done wonders, so they sailed to Turkey and stole his corps from the grave and brought it back to Itally. There he became the patron of seafarers. The Dutch being seafarers brought the stories of him back home and thus he became used in the Sinterklaas story in which a holy man rides on a white horse over the rooftops and throws presents through his chimney. The story changed over time and he got a black helper. Santa Claus comes form Sinterklaas.

Lets face it guys. Christianity is a big hoax, but even today plenty of money is made by selling it to gullible believers. If they did not kill two hundred fifty million innocent people in the process it would be a good laugh. But the believers tend to become overemotional when they talk about their nonsense God. When I told my kid Sinterklaas was not real, she said: then neither is Jesus. That opened my eyes, for the stories are virtually the same. It is the same bull.

Please guys grow up.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#496750 Dec 2, 2013
confrinting with the word wrote:
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The thing that consumes me is the HYPOCRISY AND nasty actions of those that claim to be Christians
The Protestant "preacher" wants to be heard ... "I don't give a damn if Jesus IS a Jew. He WILL SAVE me ... and THAT IS AN ORDER."

Funny stuff in deed!

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#496751 Dec 2, 2013
Husker Du wrote:
<quoted text>Aww so christian of youy. Well, you have to post vile, then I will too. I bet you are four hundred pounds sitting at a very old computer, wearing pants that are two sizes too small eating Burger King whoppers four times a day, you throw the wrappers at a bucket that you also use in a room you call the vomitorium. You have wet dreams about sera,who is grossly overweight just like you. Sera also partakes in your fav room called the vomitorium. You two are made for each other.
Now that's the Husker we all know and love! Welcome back...lol

“GOD SO LOVED US”

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He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#496752 Dec 2, 2013
Seraphima wrote:
<quoted text>I choose just plain dim...lol
Lol.US,. Who US???? Repeat things ..really ...hmmmmm.

Go on about old news??? US ...????

Never

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#496753 Dec 2, 2013
People can know the right words, know the Bible from front to back, cover to cover, claim to be baptized by their elders,

and still never know what it is to be Saved, by His Spirit, never know what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus. never know what we mean when we say that He talks to us.

mock us when we tell others that we had a problem and that He came to our rescue.

mock us when we tell others that we had an infirmity and He healed us. because they are taught falsely that miracles ceased after the Apostles died. yet they want to claim that their church is the only true church, which is the FIRST sign of a religious cult.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#496754 Dec 2, 2013
StarC wrote:
St Nicholas plus a few cartoons.
Listers, St. Nicholas was born in AD 270 and became the Bishop of Myra in Lycia (modern day Turkey). He died on December 6, 343 leaving a legacy that would grow into a strong and multifaceted cult. He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus, whose modern name comes from the Dutch Sinterklaas, itself from a series of elisions and corruptions of the transliteration of “Saint Nikolaos”. Although he is usually referred to as Sinterklaas, he is also known as De Goedheiligman (The Good Holy Man), Sint Nicolaas (Saint Nicholas) or simply as De Sint (The Saint). His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints. The actual feast day of St. Nicholas is December 6th.
http://www.stpeterslist.com/11939/when-santa-...
Saints only become realistic after they die. Once humans die and become myths they can be flavored by imagination.

It's comparable to painting a beautiful sunset on a cloudy day.

:)

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#496755 Dec 2, 2013
Now Preston...don't you be dreaming no dreams about me ya hear...Nick is a very jealous man...LOL ....Pass me a whopper I haven't eaten for 20 mins...lol

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