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FRONT PAGE  |  10/18/2017
MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008  |  14 comments
Is Liberal Catholicism Dead?
He may not have been thinking about it at the time, but Pope Benedict, in the course of his recent U.S. visit may have dealt a knockout blow to the liberal American Catholicism that has challenged Rome since the early 1960s. He did so by speaking frankly and forcefully of his "deep shame" during his meeting with victims of the Church's sex-abuse scandal. By demonstrating that he "gets" this most visceral of issues, the pontiff may have successfully mollified a good many alienated believers — and in the process, neutralized the last great rallying point for what was once a feisty and optimistic style of progressivism. ...

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News Item6/18/08 3:58 AM
savedbygrace | Harrisburg, PA  Find all comments by savedbygrace
There are the bullies bulls, councils and catechisms. Which protestant brothers have quoted from numerous times.
JOHN 3:36
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News Item6/15/08 9:42 AM
GG  Find all comments by GG
It's the same for Catholics. No matter how many times you tell a Protestant that the Church doesn't teach a particular point, they still insist on telling the world that we do. Who's the Catholic here me or you? I guess it's much easier to fight the "straw-man" enemy that you've set up for yourselves for 500 years than to deal with the facts.
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News Item6/15/08 7:33 AM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
radio45 wrote:
I have always been amused at Protestants. They say, "God said it. I believe it. And that settles it." But on the Body and Blood of Our Savior they say, "Well, God didn't really say it. I can't possibly believe He would. And the whole question is unsettled."
It seems that many would like to redefine the word "is." What definition do you have?
I have always been amazed at the delusion of Roman Catholics who presume to know what Protestants say. Based upon that presumption these advocates of tyranny speak for us and tell others what we believe.
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News Item6/15/08 6:48 AM
radio45 | United States  Find all comments by radio45
I have always been amused at Protestants. They say, "God said it. I believe it. And that settles it." But on the Body and Blood of Our Savior they say, "Well, God didn't really say it. I can't possibly believe He would. And the whole question is unsettled."

It seems that many would like to redefine the word "is." What definition do you have?

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News Item5/6/08 6:19 PM
GG  Find all comments by GG
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News Item5/6/08 1:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
What, G.G., you still haven't watched that PBS, show, Hand of God have you? It is a good thing, that Catholic priests are leaving the apostate Roman Catholic Church, e.g., Pilgrimage From Rome. It is interesting that the Orthodox and Anglican Church even saw how unnatural Mandatory Celibacy is.

Lance, the other fellows have pointed out how the black magic acts, sacraments send people to hell, and a very good job they did of it as well.

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News Item5/6/08 8:12 AM
Allan | NZ  Find all comments by Allan
If Abraham can't do it, neither can we.

Romans 4:2 (and surroundng verses)

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News Item5/5/08 8:06 PM
enough already | usa  Find all comments by enough already
Lance, if you do not follow the bible from Genesis to Revelation, if you see church doctrine as having authority over God's word, then you are still in your sins. No one can come to Christ unless the Father draws him {John 6:44}. Almighty God is the ONLY one who can humble a heart, open a blind eye and a deaf ear, and enable a lost sinner to see his true spiritual condition. It has to be felt in the heart, not memorized in the head and practiced through rituals and tradition. That is exactly why the RCC belief is useless, it is based on man-made teachings and traditions. There is no involvement of the heart, which is what the Lord desires, "My son, give me your heart" Proverbs 23:26. When Peter addressed the crowd in Acts 2, verse 36, 'therefore, let all Israel be assured of this, God has made this Jesus whom you crucified both Lord and Christ'..notice verse 37, 'when the people heard this, they were CUT TO THE HEART and said to Peter and the other apostles, 'brothers, what shall we do?' The heart was broken and then ready to receive Christ. Has your heart been broken? Is there a change from the inside out? There can't be if you insist on sacred tradition and rituals that are robotic, leaving out the vital key, the human heart.
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News Item5/5/08 7:47 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Lance Eccles wrote:
Jim, it is those "magic acts" (the Sacraments) that get people into heaven.
Without them (especially Baptism, Penance and the Eucharist), it is impossible to receive the graces that Christ provided through His Sacrifice.
Lance
More inaccurate Catholic propoganda?

Hey but then Catholicism is famous for not believing Jesus and as an example:

John 6
35 And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.
36 But I said to you that you have seen Me and yet do not believe.
37 All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out.
38 For I have come down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him who sent Me.
39 This is the will of the Father who sent Me, that of all He has given Me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up at the last day.
40 And this is the will of Him who sent Me, that everyone who sees the Son and believes in Him may have everlasting life; and I will raise him up at the last day.”

No Lance, without Christ, Catholics, Muslim (whom your beloved John Paul II claims worships the same god(that would be false god) as Catholics) Jews, Hindus, etc. have not life

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News Item5/5/08 6:42 PM
enough already | usa  Find all comments by enough already
Lance, the 'magic acts' priests do with bread and wine do NOT gain anyone entrance into heaven. As for the Lord's supper, the bible says, 'do this in REMEMBRANCE of me', not as a means of salvation, but as a reminder of the price Christ paid. Only those who are broken and contrite over sin, repent and believe in the gospel are saved. Christ paid it all, nothing needs to be added. The only baptism that is essential is the baptism of the Holy Spirit {John 1:33, water baptism is symbolic of the change taken place in the new believer's heart. The heart is the key in salvation and being born again. The man-made 'works' added by the RCC are not biblical, they are traditions man invented. "They worship me in vain, their teachings are but rules taught by men" Matt. 15:9. If what you believe is not found First and Solely in scripture alone, then your belief is useless. Your RCC ignores God's word when it goes against their belief, they allow homosexuality in the priesthood, cover it up instead of removing them, they call a mortal sinful man 'holy father' even though Christ warns to call NO ONE on earth father {Mat. 23:9}, they pray to Mary, a mortal woman, never commanded in scripture anywhere.
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News Item5/5/08 6:00 PM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn NSW  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
Jim, it is those "magic acts" (the Sacraments) that get people into heaven.

Without them (especially Baptism, Penance and the Eucharist), it is impossible to receive the graces that Christ provided through His Sacrifice.

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News Item5/5/08 4:54 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Yes, but liberal Catholics know that the Pope means nothing by this, .....
Jim Lincoln
Good observation. For the lost, those who simply do not want to believe in Jesus Christ as God Himself in Scripture reveals Him to be and how it is utterly impossible to overestimate how important it is to be right with Him, truly right with Him, justified by faith in His shed blood in the sight of God, for those who do not want His, Jesus Christ's terms of salvation, the Pope is an incredibly attractive substitue, kind of like silly putty that you can mold and squeeze into whatever shape who want to make it. For the devote Catholics like GG and Lance a very Catholic Pope, for liberal, professing to be Christians but not born again of the Holy Spirit, such a wonderful example of caring, for Muslims, a central figure their false religion so lacks and one who according to the Catechism worships the very same (false) god that they do and who doesn't threaten them with Christ as Popes are so famous for their devotion to their Lady, an apparition Muslims can appreciate. And for politicans and big business what an attractive "business partner" to advance their interests and fortunes. And more
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News Item5/5/08 3:16 PM
GG  Find all comments by GG
We can certain hope so!
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News Item5/5/08 3:05 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, but liberal Catholics know that the Pope means nothing by this, one thing that would help lessen the problem is to get rid of Clerical Celibacy, but he have no indication that was going to happen. As the ex-Mayor of Mayor of New York City showed, it doesn't matter what you really believe, as long as you participate in the black masses of the Roman Catholic Church, and the other 6 "magic" acts, The Sacraments .

Anyway, the Liberal Catholics are going away, ...R.C. reform movement bitterly criticises the Pope

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