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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 693440 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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Since: Jun 10

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#515570 Feb 17, 2014
Gods R Delusions x Mine wrote:
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That one was easy to guess. What's a "Howbeit?"
Maybe if you told us your native language?
Ramen
A howbeit is a whachamacallit......
Anthony MN

Champlin, MN

#515571 Feb 17, 2014
RoSesz wrote:
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Sexual revolution was NOT started by any religious,...it's,all part of the secular if it feels,good movement .....
And let's,not forget Catholics,for choice and that large percentage of Catholics who voted liberal
A,smaller percentage of PROTS.
The Evangelical movement is,definitely pro life...get married.....
Blame them for Catholic sin...
Right....really nice ..
I lived through all this,mess and we were so foolish to see these,people as,the fringe
Now,they teach our children
And infest the college's...again nit religious..
Kicked God out of the schools....
Blaming the Protestants,for the breakdown in the,US is,still nonsense.
The excuse,was,EMPOWER WOMEN..not a,religious,idea,
In that context ....And you know,it
Do I think BC if used correctly would PREVENT most abortions...You bet ...
But the Protestants,which o approve are not saying indiscriminate ,sex is,a,good thing ...in any way shape or form.....
Did you look up the sixties...plan by Cloward st all Ayers...make uncle daddy ...And that's,what they've Done!!!!
Has,no place for God in it..pure socialism and bring down capitalism
Do you think at judgement God is,going to say I forgive you CATHOLUCS,who voted for abortion candidates....the Protestants,said BC was,ok ..so you get a,pass on promoting murder????
Get real...Catholics get abortions...use BC because,THEY WANT TO....nothing to do with Protestants ...And if we,Christians,WOUKD have gone to the polls,for conservatives ...we would not be in this,mess,
Pointing fingers,is,ugly ...
The,BC pill came into use in the sixties...there was,no reason for the proliferation of abortion OR out of wedlock babies,...but again government policy promoted NO DADDY AT HOME...And abortion as,BC ..
Wrong Rose, you miss the point entirely. I'm not blaming protestants for the sexual revolution, that was definitely a secular movement. What I do blame, in part, is the protestant acceptance of artificial birth control which LED to the idea that sex was just for pleasure and selfishly EXCLUDES the conception of children. God created us as sexual beings for the purpose of bearing fruit and multiplying, and in His wisdom made it pleasurable so as to, I suppose, increase the likelihood that we'd actually do it on a regular basis. Artificial birth control REJECTS God's desire that the act must include the possibility of creating more children for His glory. It becomes a selfish act by selfish people who put their own pleasure before love of God.

And FYI, YES many Catholics use BC. They are violating strict Catholic teaching which is based on the guidance of the Holy Spirit. If THEY put themselves in that position, they will answer for it. BUT the Church will always abide by Christ and His teachings. Catholics who vote for abortion supporters are wrong, and they are supporting something the Church opposes. They will be judged for that. Many are misguided in the idea that liberal social programs to help the poor and homeless can be of more effect in the short run than holding out for overruling a supreme court decision.
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515572 Feb 17, 2014
Michael wrote:
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...... Roman catholic church for centuries burned people at the stake because they disagreed with the church, but now the church claims to be the champions for human life, and criticizes anyone who disagrees with them. HUH!!
....Your church has a terrible history when it comes to issues of humanity. You should really learn your church history and stop patting them on the back.
You're like a fly that buzzes around everyone's head, annoying people, making things up, unable to stay on topic, demanding attention and crying if you don't get it. What's the matter, not enough fellow bigots on the board today to stroke your ego and make you feel like a MAN?

Go away, Mikey. Didn't you get the hint the first time?

BZZZZZZ.......SWAT!!
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#515573 Feb 17, 2014
We just have to observe every day violence to comprehend that human anger is responsible for the violence.

Observe the nasty ways people treat each other with words on this forum ... and then you will see that human nature has nothing in common with evil or holiness ... or with gods or devils. It has to do with emotional agitation and not being able to control anger in the selves.

You will see the same violence in other animals when they perceive that things don't go their way.
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515574 Feb 17, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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They are facts ...and are being exposed more every day.
You preach about filth within and without your own church....but are too ignorant to realize it.
Just as I thought, you ain't got nothin'. Except name-calling. Didn't you get the memo from the board cop? You're in violation......

:):):):):)
truth

Willetton, Australia

#515575 Feb 17, 2014
its written
How many prophets you accuse abuse prosecuted and killed.?

everything will past my words not..

more attack me
more real God love me

sto sam slabiji to sam sa Kristom vechi..

find more
adversary is very dangerose game

law not exist

Jesus been abuse and accuse and finish on cross INRI.
my good mother told me
prayyyyyyyyy its your God
truth

Willetton, Australia

#515576 Feb 17, 2014
Cross upright
way upward

all of you going pay praise in name of your leaders which they prepare on front many things as they doing on front before as well going to be..
Does meter you liked or not its going to be.

All prophets see 4000 years and 2000 years on front..

Does meter you liked or not.
Anthony MN

Champlin, MN

#515577 Feb 17, 2014
Gods R Delusions x Mine wrote:
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Your bias is showing. I can agree only partially.
Can you give us a hint as to why you believe the CC was behind *capitalism (economic), or *democracy (political), or the concept of *human rights?
Perhaps you are giving the CC credit for ancient Greece, the Age of Enlightenment, and the role of liberal Protestantism.
Remember, it was liberal Protestants who first gave Catholics the right to vote, NOT the other way around. And Mr. Carroll was about as liberal a Catholic as there was back then.
No doubt there is much the CC set in motion, but to give the CC credit for things that it ACTIVELY opposed for centuries is absurd.
Maybe when one tries to claim all the credit for themselves alone, the absurdity blinds people to the real accomplishments.
Ramen
Agree to disagree. Dust Storm provided this link which encapsulates my argument without you needing to go out and buy a book, or me having to write one in a post to you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Role_of_the_Cath...

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#515578 Feb 17, 2014
ReginaM wrote:
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Just as I thought, you ain't got nothin'. Except name-calling. Didn't you get the memo from the board cop? You're in violation......
:):):):):)
http://www.fathersmanifesto.net/aidsdeaths.ht...
http://www.ianpaisley.org/article.asp...
http://www.remnantofgod.org/RCC-AIDS.htm
http://www.actupny.org/YELL/catholicpriests.h...

Is this enough for you?
There is a multitude more..........
Anthony MN

Champlin, MN

#515579 Feb 17, 2014
Michael wrote:
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Catholics never discuss serious issues that include their church. Its always "let's blame someone else"
......world sex scandals, Vatican bank money laundering scandals, vati-leaks involving gay members of the hierarchy, investigations of 48,000 nuns in the USA........
......ReginaM will never tell anyone about that.
...Its always someone else's problems they will tell you about.
You really need an e-hug Mike. C'mon, don't fret...everything' s gonna be ok...
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515580 Feb 17, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
LOL.....oh, forgive me, I'm sorry, did I not make myself clear? I asked for facts.

(remnantofgod, LOL..........
Anthony MN

Champlin, MN

#515581 Feb 17, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
Yes, there are...thousands of them. Hey look, there's something shiny on the floor...
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515582 Feb 17, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
Here's what your source, the "fathersmanifesto" (lolol...), has to say about some other little topics of interest:

jews did 911
http://www.fathersmanifesto.net/wtc.htm

The "Holocaust" of 6 Million Jews
An Immensely Successful and Profitable Hoax!
http://www.fathersmanifesto.net/holocaust.htm

Glad to finally see where you stand..........
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515583 Feb 17, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
"European Institute of Protestant Studfies"??? LOL (again).....all this laughing is tiring me out........

Rome’s Thinly Disguised Paganism
by Dr Clive Gillis, 3/7/2009
The current BBC series Around the World in 80 Faiths where Anglican priest Peter Owen Jones has presented scenes from 80 of the worlds religions really is of little interest to fundamentalist bible believing Christians except as a spur to redouble efforts to present the True Gospel whilst there is yet time.

A collection of tracts and other literatures and information on how to witness to Roman Catholics. There are tracts written to deal with specific types of peoples: the nominal Roman Catholic, the knowledgeable skeptic, etc..
http://www.ianpaisley.org/toc.asp...

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#515584 Feb 17, 2014
ReginaM wrote:
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LOL.....oh, forgive me, I'm sorry, did I not make myself clear? I asked for facts.
(remnantofgod, LOL..........
Yes.
And it is a given that AIDS is 4 times higher within your priests than in the general public.
Why do you suppose that is?
Dust Storm

Minneapolis, MN

#515585 Feb 17, 2014
ReginaM wrote:
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Here's what your source, the "fathersmanifesto" (lolol...), has to say about some other little topics of interest:
jews did 911
http://www.fathersmanifesto.net/wtc.htm
The "Holocaust" of 6 Million Jews
An Immensely Successful and Profitable Hoax!
http://www.fathersmanifesto.net/holocaust.htm
Glad to finally see where you stand..........
...it is time we took a look at Paisley’s portfolio. The press have always welcomed any rantings from Paisley which attack Sinn Féin because of its apparent links to paramilitarism. I wonder whether he has the right to point fingers. He refuses to trust the word of the two witnesses in this case, attacking their credibility, so let’s look at Paisley’s credibility.

In the 1960s he opposed efforts to deliver civil rights to the nationalists. In 1966 he set up the Ulster Protestant Volunteers, which commenced a bombing campaign to destabilise O’Neill’s government. This group later amalgamated with the Ulster Volunteer Force. In March 1969, Paisley was jailed, for organising an illegal counter-demonstration against a civil rights march in Armagh. He was released during a general amnesty for people convicted of political offences.

In December 1981 the US revoked his visa, concerned at the effects of his inflammatory speeches, which often fomented violence.

In the 1980s Paisley opposed the Anglo-Irish Agreement and he set up an unofficial paramilitary unit called the Third Force, which began to import arms from South Africa to violently resist what was claimed to be "Dublin rule".

The Third Force was soon discredited and faded away. The whereabouts of the arms are unknown, although it is likely they fell into the hands of loyalist paramilitaries.

In 1998, Paisley’s DUP party withdrew in protest from the Good Friday Agreement when Sinn Féin was allowed to participate after the ceasefire.

Former members of loyalist terrorist groups said that, as impressionable teenagers, they had been attracted to extreme loyalism by Paisley’s violent and provocative speeches, blaming him for much of the violence that resulted. Paisley has never accepted any culpability for any violence.

Paisley has spent his political career saying no; no to O’Neill’s reform, no to contacts with the Republic, no to Sunningdale, no to the convention, no to the Anglo-Irish Agreement, and no to the Belfast Agreement.

Some of his many quotes include: "I will kill all who get in my way", shouted at certain reporters after a loyalist rally in 1968, "This Romish man of sin is now in Hell!"; after the death of John XXIII in June 1963 and "The Provisional IRA is the military wing of the Roman Catholic Church."
http://www.irishexaminer.com/archives/2005/10...
ReginaM

Toms River, NJ

#515586 Feb 17, 2014
Anthony MN wrote:
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Yes, there are...thousands of them. Hey look, there's something shiny on the floor...
How much do you want to bet he backs down to you and responds nicely?
Typical coward. I don't have the time for this child's play. I'm out of here.
Have a good night.
Tango Bravo

Wichita, KS

#515587 Feb 17, 2014
Oxbow wrote:
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There are none "gathered" on this forum...we are not "assembled"....we are all physically separated.....
However your previous post in response to Rosesz was in complaint of her offering of prayer. You seem to be implying that Rosesz was in error for suggesting that we gather on the forum for prayer and that you think we should pray in private. If that's the way you want to pray I have no objection. But Jesus encouraged us to gather together in prayer. I pray in private and in groups.

Kudos to Rosesz even if we are not physically in one place. I believe that Jesus' promise will be honored even for those who "only" gathered together on this forum.
Gods R Delusions x Mine

Orlando, FL

#515588 Feb 17, 2014
Oxbow wrote:
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Its a whachamacallit.......
Brixclank imo latoro.

Ramen
Tango Bravo

Wichita, KS

#515589 Feb 17, 2014
Oxbow wrote:
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Dime to a doughnut....you do not know the definition of the Kione Greek word from which the English word "judge" was transmitted...
Enjoy your doughnut. I don't know anymore about "Kione" Greek than you know about the Bible.

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