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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 688852 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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#548549 Jul 11, 2014
hojo wrote:
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Some Catholics may disagree and have controversies but the difference is that we (Catholics) don 't go out and form another Catholic contradicting separated (MAN-MADE) new group "every 5 minutes" like you bible only (fundamental interpreting "experts" have done for the past 450 years since the Reformation........
You are right...they do as I did...they find a congregation that follows the teaching of Christ, which is found in the Sacred Infallible Word of God...period..They post their Faith Message that is supported by Scripture and they live their faith....

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#548550 Jul 11, 2014
June VanDerMark wrote:
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It's not wisdom ... it's common sense.
I can't give answers to solve mysteries. That's "why" they remain mysteries.
I give my opinions that don't solve anything. And being that my opinions don't mesh with yours, no matter what opinion I give you to your questions ... you will believe that my opinions are dumb and yours are wise.
We are creatures of a very bad habit. We want to believe that we are wise and that others are dumb.
I suggest that by what we don't know, which is everything ... that we are all dumb.
For you to say this is common sense speaks volumes about your intelligence!!!

Quote: You say you don't know the question I am referring to, but you know what ever answer you gave to the question you don't know I am referring to, I would not agree with the answer you gave to my question of which you don't know I am referring to!!!!

Since: Jun 10

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#548551 Jul 11, 2014
June VanDerMark wrote:
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That is my whole point.
The Muslims also have beliefs on which they claim are based on universal truth ... but you discredit their beliefs and claim that your own "beliefs" are based on universal truth.
None of you play FAIR!
The theologians taught you to fight ... and you follow their nasty rules ... of ... "We are the only ones that KNOW universal truth."
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Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable by Ivor H. Evans … First published 1817.
Odium theologicum (o di um the o loj ikim)(Lat.). The bitter hatred of rival theologians. No wars so sanguinary as holy wars; no persecutions so relentless as religious persecutions; no hatred so bitter as theological hatred.
This speaks of Christianity: Christianity is based on belief...not proof...

No charge...another freebie
Gods r Delusions x Mine

Orlando, FL

#548552 Jul 11, 2014
hojo wrote:
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It is "no doubt" because agnostics ( like yourself) atheists ( like June) and bible only Protestants ( like Confrinting and Ocbow) have been such good examples and wonderful teachers in the art of "arrogance"!!!!!!!
But not you?

LOL.

Sorry hojo, but mine is the only true God. My God calls for the murder of no one.

My God doesn't need to make excuses and belatedly apologise for widespread crimes against children.

But at least the Baptists are just as phony.

peace and love,
ramen
Gods r Delusions x Mine

Orlando, FL

#548553 Jul 11, 2014
Time for the RCC to come to grips with reality and start preaching responsible family planning.

Until then, we will ALL be paying the price, including the 50,000+ unwanted children who will be showing at our southern borders again next year.

As for the so-called Catholic charities, they take great pictures and pat themselves on the back, but what have they really done? A drop in the bucket compared to the total problem.

Pope Francis, socialism doesn't work. Take responsibility for the problems your church causes, and stop pointing fingers at others..

peace and love,
ramen
Gods r Delusions x Mine

Orlando, FL

#548554 Jul 11, 2014
Oxbow wrote:
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This speaks of Christianity: Christianity is based on belief...not proof...
No charge...another freebie
That is exactly right.

Christianity is based on belief, not proof or real world reality. It's a delusion. That's why few can agree on anything and those that do must give up thinking for themselves and become robotic followers.

On the other hand, mine is the only true God.

peace and love,
ramen

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#548555 Jul 11, 2014
hojo wrote:
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Please tell us ALL......Which one of the 42,200 Protestant bible only (hodge podge) of inconsistent interpretations of the Word of God --in the Bible ---and the words of Jesus Christ do you follow?????
umm....romans normally would following the same Bible that protestants do, except y'all add roman paganism to it here and there. you wouldn't know anything about that tho, cuz ya'll follow the fascist poopy pope/caesars more than ya do God and His Word;-)
guest

United States

#548556 Jul 11, 2014
guest wrote:
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If NOT for Catholicism ... there would be no Muslims, hunny! NO Islam.
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The people indigenous to the area learned "Murder In The Name Of God" by watching the Catholics ... murder ... In The Name Of God! Then THEY ramped it up a few notches.
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re: CONSTANTINE: In THIS Sign Conquer!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantine_the_ ...
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Arab response: Allahu Akbar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad
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The local Arabs watched as Constantinian *Christians* murdered in the Name of God for 300 years. They grew weary. THREE FULL centuries of Catholic WAR.
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Their RESPONSE was Islam! Murdering In The Name Of God became *normal* to the region - thanks ONLY to Catholicism.
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I COULD say, "You're welcome" for this bit of insight ... but what would be the point?
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Liam wrote:
Your links are not jiving with your radical post. Was I supposed to find something damming to Catholicism? How about an apology for your last link, where some like minded idiot said "Pope Claremont" blah blah. Claremont? Lol..You guys make stuff up. Literally!
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Well, Liam, if YOU and Regina would take posts in their proper context and comment on the actual content of the original post, then things might make sense to you. First YOU, yourself accused me of being Muslim; I denied that.
Then, the prior comment from Regina did not jive with my comment before that, for she took out of context what she wanted, and then proceeded to insult my intelligence by spewing Catholic propaganda.
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The links I posted "jived" with the previous post from Regina. SHE said "If not for the Crusades, you would likely be facing East and bowing five times a day." and then said, "You're welcome!"
I proceeded to explain to her that the world has ISLAM to deal with ONLY because the CATHOLICS spread murder and mayhem in the Middle East for THREE FULL CENTURIES before Muhammad was born. Being the proud and tribal people that they are, they got a little tired of being murdered in the Name of God, and so they retaliated, and ramped it up a few notches.
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Yes.
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The world has Islam to deal with because of the terrorism from the Catholic church.
The links I provided were for the timeline verification. But, Catholics being what they are take things out of context and out of anachronistic sequence in order to keep lying to themselves.
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ONCE AGAIN:
We have Islam - ALL OVER THE GLOBE - to deal with ONLY because the Constantinian Catholics spread terror and madness and mayhem in that region for THREE HUNDRED YEARS before Mohammad was born.
thank you very much
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June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#548557 Jul 11, 2014
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Yeah, my mother asked for a no-resuscitation order and, well, I plan on ending my own life before going to a hospice, to be honest.
The problem with suicide is that you have to complete it while you are still able - but you never know when you will no longer be able.
Uh...if you want to that is. Morbid thoughts, happy people look away.
It is a conundrum. Most people want to live as long as the pain is bearable ... but sometimes a stoke or a terminal illness will so debilitate, that the victim is suddenly in such a helpless state as to be subjected to the opinion of others who are not suffering the pain
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From the book,“A Graceful Passage … notes on the freedom to live or to die, by Arnold R. Beisser, M.D. comes the following………….

The world of religion and philosophy was shocked recently when Henry P. Van Dusen and his wife ended their lives by their own hands. Dr. Van Dusen for more than a quarter of a century had been one of the luminous names in Protestant theology. He enjoyed world status as a spiritual leader. The news of the self-inflicted death of the Van Dusens therefore was profoundly disturbing to all who attach a moral stigma to suicide and regard it as a violation of God’s laws.

Henry and Elizabeth Van Dusen had lived full lives. In recent years they had become increasingly ill, requiring almost continual medical care. They realized their infirmities were worsening, that they would soon become completely dependent on others for even the most elementary needs and functions. Under these circumstances, little dignity was left in life. They didn’t like the idea of taking up space in a world with too many mouths and too little food. They believed they had the right to die when their time had come. It was precisely because they had placed the highest value on life that they didn’t want life to become a caricature.

Yet the Van Dusens were deeply religious. They were not mentally disturbed. They saw no religious justification in the prolongation of life beyond meaning. They believed that those with nothing more to give to life, or to receive from it, should not be condemned because they regarded death as a natural part of life—even if death were self-induced.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#548558 Jul 11, 2014
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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It really depends on whether you like the possibility of profit.
Many people profit from books that are based on lies.

The supposed HOLY-books written by men that all claimed to know universal truth are prime examples of such skullduggery.
Michael

Canada

#548559 Jul 11, 2014
hojo wrote:
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It is "no doubt" because agnostics ( like yourself) atheists ( like June) and bible only Protestants ( like Confrinting and Ocbow) have been such good examples and wonderful teachers in the art of "arrogance"!!!!!!!
......Get some new material...... You are BORING! All of us.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#548560 Jul 11, 2014
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Not all religions do so.
Yanomami religion doesn't have deities in it and I do not believe they make sacrifices at all.
It wouldn't be a religion without a deity or many deities.
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Omai is a Creator deity (god) mentioned by Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, a shaman and Portuguese-speaking spokesperson of the Yanomami índios of Brazil

https://www.google.ca/...
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#548561 Jul 11, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
<quoted text> June, you're about the only person I talk to on here.
When you are not busy calling me witch and other titles of endearment, you are hoping to convince me that your "spirituality" and your use of Christian biblical scriptures has nothing in common with religion.

:)
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Prince George, Canada

#548562 Jul 11, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
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I am still upset with you over talking to that lady like that, not that it matters..
Coming on a Catholic forum, crowing continually about how she and her Greek Orthodox husband would reap eternal bliss, while insinuating that the rest of us slobs would not BE so fortunate ... was not a good idea in my opinion.

I don't appreciate gloaters.

That is why I don't appreciate you ... and your brain-farts that you refer to as spiritual truth.
guest

United States

#548563 Jul 11, 2014
guest wrote:
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Fanatical moron?
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Yeah. Right.
YOU belong to and defend the church that is responsible for more bloodshed than any other on the planet, and YOU call ME a fanatical moron?
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In what Twilight Zone does that make any sense whatsoever?
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June VanDerMark wrote:
The fact that you refuse to admit that the Protestants were every bit as brutal as the Catholics, makes it plain that you choose sides ... and "want" to keep the wars of religion ongoing.
If you admit that Protestants and Catholics were of the same mindsets to in turn make their religions the one and only universal religions ... you will then be honest with your self and only then be able to be honest with others.
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The fact that YOU refuse to acknowledge that the Catholics had a ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED YEAR START ...
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the LAST thing I want is for religious wars to continue ... I've said THAT before ... I have ALSO stated that I will NOT JOIN A CHURCH that is involved in ANY WAY with killing fellow humans in the Name Of God!
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CAPISCE?
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But YOU have to project onto others what YOU want them to be thinking so YOU can have an argument with them.
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Over and over Sera told you she was Orthodox and you kept insisting she was Protestant.
You are doing this same thing to me now?
How dense does that make you?
Once again:
WHEN THE PROTESTANTS CATCH UP with the BRUTALITY of the CATHOLIC CHURCH, you can get back with me on this subject.
We have a 1,500 year wait.
Especially since I am one to "sit out" the wars. Even if I get dead in the process.

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#548564 Jul 11, 2014
June VanDerMark wrote:
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Coming on a Catholic forum, crowing continually about how she and her Greek Orthodox husband would reap eternal bliss, while insinuating that the rest of us slobs would not BE so fortunate ... was not a good idea in my opinion.
I don't appreciate gloaters.
That is why I don't appreciate you ... and your brain-farts that you refer to as spiritual truth.
:)
God Bless you June.. Jesus loves you :)

Since: Feb 14

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#548565 Jul 11, 2014
June VanDerMark wrote:
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When you are not busy calling me witch and other titles of endearment, you are hoping to convince me that your "spirituality" and your use of Christian biblical scriptures has nothing in common with religion.
:)
No worse than what you've called me or anyone.
Am I supposed to feel sympathy for you?
God Bless you June :)
Hey June, yeah, I know..
USA Born

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#548566 Jul 11, 2014
June VanDerMark wrote:
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That is the nature of the religious human beast.
I think religions start with the acknowledgement that there is something greater than ourselves. Unfortunately, the world will never agree on who/what that is.
Liam

Saint Paul, MN

#548567 Jul 11, 2014
guest wrote:
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Well, Liam, if YOU and Regina would take posts in their proper context and comment on the actual content of the original post, then things might make sense to you. First YOU, yourself accused me of being Muslim; I denied that.
Then, the prior comment from Regina did not jive with my comment before that, for she took out of context what she wanted, and then proceeded to insult my intelligence by spewing Catholic propaganda.
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The links I posted "jived" with the previous post from Regina. SHE said "If not for the Crusades, you would likely be facing East and bowing five times a day." and then said, "You're welcome!"
I proceeded to explain to her that the world has ISLAM to deal with ONLY because the CATHOLICS spread murder and mayhem in the Middle East for THREE FULL CENTURIES before Muhammad was born. Being the proud and tribal people that they are, they got a little tired of being murdered in the Name of God, and so they retaliated, and ramped it up a few notches.
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Yes.
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The world has Islam to deal with because of the terrorism from the Catholic church.
The links I provided were for the timeline verification. But, Catholics being what they are take things out of context and out of anachronistic sequence in order to keep lying to themselves.
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ONCE AGAIN:
We have Islam - ALL OVER THE GLOBE - to deal with ONLY because the Constantinian Catholics spread terror and madness and mayhem in that region for THREE HUNDRED YEARS before Mohammad was born.
thank you very much
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There is absolutely no basis for that. You literally concocted your own history.
Regina is right, had we not launched the Crusades, Muslims would have continued spreading Islam "by the sword". This had NOTHING to do with Constantine and Catholicism. You are so stupid, guest. I don't understand why you are like that. you don't have to be..
I have never met anyone so ignorant in my life. you are nothin but a bigot.
guest

United States

#548568 Jul 11, 2014
guest wrote:
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Well, Liam, if YOU and Regina would take posts in their proper context and comment on the actual content of the original post, then things might make sense to you. First YOU, yourself accused me of being Muslim; I denied that.
Then, the prior comment from Regina did not jive with my comment before that, for she took out of context what she wanted, and then proceeded to insult my intelligence by spewing Catholic propaganda.
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The links I posted "jived" with the previous post from Regina. SHE said "If not for the Crusades, you would likely be facing East and bowing five times a day." and then said, "You're welcome!"
I proceeded to explain to her that the world has ISLAM to deal with ONLY because the CATHOLICS spread murder and mayhem in the Middle East for THREE FULL CENTURIES before Muhammad was born. Being the proud and tribal people that they are, they got a little tired of being murdered in the Name of God, and so they retaliated, and ramped it up a few notches.
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Yes.
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The world has Islam to deal with because of the terrorism from the Catholic church.
The links I provided were for the timeline verification. But, Catholics being what they are take things out of context and out of anachronistic sequence in order to keep lying to themselves.
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ONCE AGAIN:
We have Islam - ALL OVER THE GLOBE - to deal with ONLY because the Constantinian Catholics spread terror and madness and mayhem in that region for THREE HUNDRED YEARS before Mohammad was born.
thank you very much
.... NOT!!!!!
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Liam wrote:
There is absolutely no basis for that. You literally concocted your own history.
Regina is right, had we not launched the Crusades, Muslims would have continued spreading Islam "by the sword". This had NOTHING to do with Constantine and Catholicism. You are so stupid, guest. I don't understand why you are like that. you don't have to be..
I have never met anyone so ignorant in my life. you are nothin but a bigot.
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The recorded history of the Catholic church ... indicts the Catholic church.
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Constantine and his followers MURDERED and TORTURED in the Name Of God.
for THREE HUNDRED YEARS.
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The Arabs of the area, in monkey-see, monkey-do fashion, COPIED the M.O. of the RCC and began murdering and torturing in the Name of God. They LEARNED it by watching Catholics!
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But, Catholics being what they are, expect EVERYONE ELSE to just NOT FIGHT BACK and accept the torture and murders as from Christ himself and convert to Catholicism. NOW .. the Muslims do the same.
Go-figure!
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The HISTORY is there; Catholic propaganda does not neutralize it, no matter how hard you try.

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