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SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011  |  17 comments
Pope makes rare mention of life under Nazis
Pope Benedict XVI, who was forced to join the Hitler Youth as a child, has made a rare mention of life in Germany under the Nazis, calling it a "dark time."

The 84-year-old, German-born pontiff turned his thoughts to 70 years ago, a time "already marked by war" and in which Adolf Hitler "had already subjugated" one country after another, including Poland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and France.

Benedict said "it looked like the continent was in the hands of this power, which put the future on Christianity in doubt." ...


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News Item5/30/11 2:58 PM
AlexanderHenderson1647  Find all comments by AlexanderHenderson1647
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, it's the old Roman Church one has to content with, The Church of Rome Steps Into Apostasy.
Remember the Popes (and by the way Peter was never the Pope and quite certain he was never in Rome!) are all anti-Christs, they are all very fallible, apparently especially when they are speaking officially, The Eternal Consequences of Papal Infallibility. The present Pope like all those before him are a vicar of Satan.
Good resources and good commentary, Jim.
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News Item5/30/11 2:19 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, it's the old Roman Church one has to content with, The Church of Rome Steps Into Apostasy.

Remember the Popes (and by the way Peter was never the Pope and quite certain he was never in Rome!) are all anti-Christs, they are all very fallible, apparently especially when they are speaking officially, The Eternal Consequences of Papal Infallibility. The present Pope like all those before him are a vicar of Satan.

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News Item5/30/11 1:18 PM
CV | Australia  Find all comments by CV
jpw wrote:
its a terrible thing when people particpate in atrocities thinking they are serving God.
JPW, it isn't just misguided people acting for God. It goes deeper. This is a glimpse into a very sinister evil power that has infiltrated and seduced the Church of Christ. In virtually every single work of God -- every single one, Rome has come alongside and changed the trajectory in small increments so as to go unnoticed.

Martin Lloyd-Jones put it this way: "It is not so much a matter of the denial of the truth, but rather such an addition to the truth that eventually it becomes a departure from it."

Misguided people disappear. Rome still exists to strike at Gods elect, by becoming the church. That's the danger overlooked. Then what it did in the past, it will do again.

To paraphrase what someone great once said, those are "dark times" ahead if ".. the continent (is) in the hands of this power, which puts the future of Christianity in doubt."

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News Item5/30/11 12:22 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
its a terrible thing when people particpate in atrocities thinking they are serving God. Hitler was called Lord and Savior. Such is for those who believe that they must institute through their own initiative a reich of God. When God never pronounced such a thing---because His Kingdom begins in the heart and is about eternal life. Through disinfo, it is easy to take those who would "be God's arm for him" to extremes, only realizing afterword what they have become.
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News Item5/30/11 11:34 AM
AlexanderHenderson1647  Find all comments by AlexanderHenderson1647
CV wrote:
Benedict said "it looked like the continent was in the hands of this power, which put the future on Christianity in doubt."
Well no, Christianity's future is never in doubt. Persecuted yes, but every single saints future is vouchsafed by God the Holy Spirit. And I'm referring to real saints, not in the Romie vernacular.
With the tag team dou of the Grand Mufti, and His Holiness Maximus Glutomus, drooling over the prospect of a Nazi victory, Islam and Rome teamed together to recruit SS for the Nazis. For the Serbs, they were harvested for organs like liver and what not. But pretty much all wound up in mass graves.
Did the Vatican not have a concordat with Hitler's Reich? Did the Vatican not establish the Rat-Line, an escape route for Nazis? With the pope dancing with the devil, those were dark days indeed. Ratzinger is not denouncing Romes involvement --- that would be historic. He's simply switching sides, whichever the winning side happens to be, to give us a "..Pope [that] at times can be very human in a compassionate sense and deserve our empathy,..". Yes, void of any history, all history that is, our holy father is a warm feeling in a cold winters day. A tear!
TRUTH!!
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News Item5/30/11 10:55 AM
CV | Australia  Find all comments by CV
Benedict said "it looked like the continent was in the hands of this power, which put the future on Christianity in doubt."

Well no, Christianity's future is never in doubt. Persecuted yes, but every single saints future is vouchsafed by God the Holy Spirit. And I'm referring to real saints, not in the Romie vernacular.

With the tag team dou of the Grand Mufti, and His Holiness Maximus Glutomus, drooling over the prospect of a Nazi victory, Islam and Rome teamed together to recruit SS for the Nazis. For the Serbs, they were harvested for organs like liver and what not. But pretty much all wound up in mass graves.

Did the Vatican not have a concordat with Hitler's Reich? Did the Vatican not establish the Rat-Line, an escape route for Nazis? With the pope dancing with the devil, those were dark days indeed. Ratzinger is not denouncing Romes involvement --- that would be historic. He's simply switching sides, whichever the winning side happens to be, to give us a "..Pope [that] at times can be very human in a compassionate sense and deserve our empathy,..". Yes, void of any history, all history that is, our holy father is a warm feeling in a cold winters day. A tear!

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News Item5/30/11 9:33 AM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Matthew 5:44

But I [Jesus Christ] say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;

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News Item5/30/11 6:22 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Dopey wrote:
I see the controversy in Rome over the new Roman Catholic society has reached epic proportions among
the police and public.
Dopey
What????

As a saved and formerly now never to be again Roman Catholic I am quite baffled as I've never heard a thing of this RC Society you've mentioned?

Please check your sources and wherever they have supposedly gotten their information lest you be guilty of bearing false witness against the RCC, which Satan would use to discredit a genuine exposing of what we can say they do have frightfully wrong on very Bibllical grounds.

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News Item5/29/11 11:26 PM
Bartimaeus  Find all comments by Bartimaeus
Dopey wrote:
I see the controversy in Rome over the new Roman Catholic society has reached epic proportions among
the police and public. That society,
ministering to young boys,
The Naked Apostles Society,
has caused quite a commotion with their members' naked ministry to boys.
The Pope is resisting calls from
police and public to disband
The Naked Apostles Society
as he had previously announced
that his decision to establish
the Society
was an "infallible" decision
based on important Scripture
concerning Peter:
John 21:7
"Now when Simon Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt [his] fisher's coat [unto him], (for he was naked,)
and did cast himself into the sea."
Glad I didn't See any of that.
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News Item5/29/11 10:58 PM
AlexanderHenderson1647  Find all comments by AlexanderHenderson1647
Dopey wrote:
Matthew 16:18
And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.
"by reason of the Divine assistance promised to him [the Pope] in blessed Peter, possessed of that infallibility
with which the Divine Redeemer wished His Church to be endowed in defining doctrines of faith and morals" --
Roman Catholic Source
These quotes do not belong together. One is the infallible truth of God the other is a lie from the mouth of the Roman Whore. Your "church" has for years been intoxicated on the blood the saints. Your "father" is a friend of the Father of Lies. You can take your false "endowment" and put stack it alongside the other trash that Antichrist Rome prints out. It is a sad waste of paper and ink. That Matthew quote is not an establishment for the lewd filth of the Man of Sin or any of his minions. Trent has pitted you at odds with Jesus Christ. I don't recommend the side you've taken and plead with you to turn to the Son.
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News Item5/29/11 9:24 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
1 John 4:8
He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.

1 John 4:16
And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him.

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News Item5/29/11 8:05 PM
cv | Australia  Find all comments by cv
Dopey wrote:
The Pope at times can be very human in a compassionate sense and deserve our empathy
The Pope as a youth was forced against his will to be part of the "Hitler Youth".
Then the first thing this old geezer would have done is dismantle the office of the pope and disbanded Romanism. Sincerity can be feigned, and I'm so sad Dopey, that you & evangelicals rush to shed a tear for this monster.

Thnx for the link Jim, I hope more of what happened in Serbia is put here for the Dopeys and the Romies. But as they say, love is blind!
Truth is, had the Nazis won, nobody would hav had it better then Rome, and it's sibling Islam, both birthed in the same cauldron.
Reformation was a good whack in the side to humble this monster that was getting drunk on the blood of the saints. In Nazism, Rome saw an opportunity to restore it's power. For the time being, God is restraining Rome until that final Judgment where we see in it's real form. But for now, a humbled Rome looks at the saints (that it want's to devour), with puppy eyes
& the evangelicals fall over themselves trying to pet it.
Rome came to destroy what is of Christ. It hates the covenant people through whom the messiah came. Rome has left that legacy of what "christians" did to the Jews.

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News Item5/29/11 6:18 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
I see the controversy in Rome over the new Roman Catholic society has reached epic proportions among
the police and public. That society,
ministering to young boys,
The Naked Apostles Society,
has caused quite a commotion with their members' naked ministry to boys.

The Pope is resisting calls from
police and public to disband
The Naked Apostles Society
as he had previously announced
that his decision to establish
the Society
was an "infallible" decision
based on important Scripture
concerning Peter:

John 21:7
"Now when Simon Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt [his] fisher's coat [unto him], (for he was naked,)
and did cast himself into the sea."

5

News Item5/29/11 5:09 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
EP wrote:
If he now claims infalliblity when did that take place; obviously not at 14.
Matthew 16:18
And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

"by reason of the Divine assistance promised to him [the Pope] in blessed Peter, possessed of that infallibility
with which the Divine Redeemer wished His Church to be endowed in defining doctrines of faith and morals" --
Roman Catholic Source

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News Item5/29/11 4:42 PM
EP  Find all comments by EP
We're not saying Pope Benedict was immaculately conceived are we? Because other wise he was under the power of original sin still at age 14. In his youth yes but he did not resist unto blood striving against sin, then or now. If he now claims infalliblity when did that take place; obviously not at 14. At his ascension to the image of the beast's 'throne"; for "whom they (the cardinals) create they worship" I'm of the opinion if he hasn't been turned unto righteousness after all his missed opportunities during the dark days, then these acted on his heart as they did on Pharaoh's. Romans 9:21-23 "Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour? What if God, willing to shew his wrath, and to make his power known, endured with much longsuffering the vessels of wrath fitted to destruction: And that he might make known the riches of his glory on the vessels of mercy, which he had afore prepared unto glory,"
By this time it clearly has been used to harden his heart for who else could blaspheme with such impudence and boast to the contrary.
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News Item5/29/11 4:09 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
From the Article:

"Pope Benedict XVI, who was forced to join the Hitler Youth as a child, has made a rare mention of life in Germany under the Nazis, calling it a "dark time."

The Pope at times can be very human in a compassionate sense and deserve our empathy, if you understand what empathy
means. The Pope as a youth was forced against his will to be part of the "Hitler Youth". I certainly hope there is no one reading this who would have been glad to be forced to be a "Hitler Youth" member had they lived in that time.

And truly it was a "dark time" for many in Germany under "the Nazis", especially for the Jews.

"This you know, my beloved brethren. But everyone must be quick to hear, slow to speak..." -- NASB

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News Item5/29/11 3:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, the old goose-stepper probably remember those days with fondness, not that he would ever admit it. Christianity was put under stress, but Catholicism rarely had it as good. This is another Unholiness that Benny want's to make a "saint." "Hitler's Pope" Pius XII---Introduction
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