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Pope Benedict XVI names 22 new cardinals

For the first time, the majority of cardinals will have been chosen by Benedict. The list strategically highlights one of the key themes of Benedict's papacy: his push to revitalize the faith in lands where it is flagging, says church historian Matthew Bunson, a biographer of Benedict and editor of The Catholic Almanac.

The Americans who were named "princes of the church" — key advisers to the pope who elect his successor — are Archbishop of New York Timothy Dolan, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and former Archbishop of Baltimore Edwin O'Brien, who was recently named Grand Master of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, overseeing the Vatican's role in the Holy Land. ...


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Curiosity wrote:
When were Pelosi or Biden last at Confession or even Mass?
Do not know when Pelosi and Biden were to Confession last but I assume they attend Mass every weekend.
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News Item1/20/12 8:49 AM
Curiosity  Find all comments by Curiosity
When were Pelosi or Biden last at Confession or even Mass?
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News Item1/20/12 8:35 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, John Y., yes to be a good Catholic you have to recognize the priest does have the right to know what you're thinking, apparently you have never been to, Auricular Confession?
Of course, even the Pope – His Unholiness – considers himself, Cardinals, bishops, and all priests as just priests. But then all that boils down to,URL=http://www.ondoctrine.com/2mac0095.htm>The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.
nyp, it is very easy to know who a Christian is. This person believes in, "Only Scripture," "Only Christ," "Only Grace," "Only Faith," and "To God Alone Be Glory". Anyone or any church that doesn't believe that is an anathema to God. Isn't that simple?
The First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees Freedom of Religion which means that anybody is free to practice their religion anyway that wish to. And that means that Catholics in the United States do not have to subscribe to all Catholic doctrines. And furthermore that means that it is no business of Catholic priests what the beliefs are of their parishioners. And I have been to Auricular Confession but not for over 25 years.
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News Item1/10/12 11:29 AM
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"Benedict kept his focus on the West emphasizing places were the Church's historic strength is fading (or Rome's former strongholds) and he has called for a "new evangelism"....Dolan said, It is as if the pope is putting the red hat on the top of the Empire State Building or statue of liberty, or home plate
at Yankee Stadium, or etc, etc"

In the south this "new evangelism" looked something like this: the GOP comes in and buys up fading papal and christian 'so-called' institutions. Tweeks them,offering advanced technology and jobs. Everyones happy right? If money & tech is your god. But not so much if Jesus Christ is, for you see you needed to sign a paper that strongly encouraged you to vote for your employer in the next election and if conscience forbade signing the line you'd lose everything...EXCEPT a conscience void of offense to God. Choose ye. If NY State is any indication, Mr. Obama's not going anyhere in the popes best interest, and the popular vote means nothing. A job and tech is your god, if you can't see the hand writting on the wall.

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News Item1/9/12 2:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., I'm glad you think that logic is a very important trait to possess. I would ask them why, you remain in the Catholic Church in which you profess heretical views in the magisterium eyes of being heretical? Doctrinal Smorgasbord? A really good article that will point that out to you, John, and also backs up what Michael Hranek said.

So, John, while you are thinking you are covering all your bets and think that God is going to forgive you, this tactic will not work, because not are you only a heretic to the Roman Catholic Church but also to orthodox Protestants, i.e., God

Matthew 7:21 "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven; but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven.
7:23 "And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.'---NASB

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News Item1/8/12 8:02 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
If you, John Yurich, consider me illogical, I consider it an honor.
You consider it an honor to not be able to think logically and analytically? Thinking logically and analytically is a very important trait to posess.
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News Item1/7/12 7:13 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
It is not erroneous to state that if one who claims to be a Christian is not a Catholic or Eastern Orthodox that they are Protestant because Webster's Dictionary defines Protestant broadly as a member of a church that is not Catholic or Eastern Orthodox. It is totally illogical for one to state that they are not Protestant if they are not Catholic or Eastern Orthodox.
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If you, John Yurich, consider me illogical, I consider it an honor.
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News Item1/7/12 6:36 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Not your pope wrote:
Every Protestant, if he's true to the name, must awaken every morning flat-out hating all popes, cardinals, bishops, priests, nuns, brothers and sisters -- that is, all Gospel ministers -- in the Church. Protestants are totally united on their malevolence against each and every Catholic pastor, all teachings, all Bible manuscripts and organization.
Even Sola Fide only runs a very distant second to this level of unanimity.
NYP
For a member of a Religion that cannot get it right on who God is, seem you cannot get it right on the deep love many Protestants and Baptist-type believers have for Catholic people that they perish not.
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News Item1/7/12 5:51 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
No need to know why I'm Protestant if I don't consider myself Protestant. That would require the most important factor in believers' self-description to be based on a relationship, albeit negative, with Rome. I am a believer by the grace of God, not because of any protest against Rome. It is an erroneous view of the RCC that if you aren't RC, you are Protestant. And in my view, those calling themselves Protestant unknowingly see themselves as merely coming out of Rome. It is what the "protest" in the name implies. Which of course enables RC's like yourself to call them to return.
Excellent post St Mike.

For me, the biblical title of one who is born of God is "saint". Or even "disciple". Possibly even "Christian", although that was not God's designation but the world's.

St John

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News Item1/7/12 4:55 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
No need to know why I'm Protestant if I don't condsider myself Protestant. That would require the most important factor in believers' self-description to be based on a relationship, albeit negative, with Rome. I am a believer by the grace of God, not because of any protest against Rome. It is an erroneous view of the RCC that if you aren't RC, you are Protestant. And in my view, those calling themselves Protestant unknowingly see themselves as merely coming out of Rome. It is what the "protest" in the name implies. Which of course enables RC's like yourself to call them to return.
It is not erroneous to state that if one who claims to be a Christian is not a Catholic or Eastern Orthodox that they are Protestant because Webster's Dictionary defines Protestant broadly as a member of a church that is not Catholic or Eastern Orthodox. It is totally illogical for one to state that they are not Protestant if they are not Catholic or Eastern Orthodox.

info:Catholics are not godless because they have always acknowledged the God of the Bible. Someone who is godless denies that the God of the Bible exists. The only secular religion would be churches that atheists have started and the Church Of Satan started by Levine.

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News Item1/7/12 4:19 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Not your pope wrote:
Do you awaken every day knowing why you’re Protestant? If not you should "do the decent thing and rejoin the Roman Catholic Church."
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No need to know why I'm Protestant if I don't condsider myself Protestant. That would require the most important factor in believers' self-description to be based on a relationship, albeit negative, with Rome. I am a believer by the grace of God, not because of any protest against Rome. It is an erroneous view of the RCC that if you aren't RC, you are Protestant. And in my view, those calling themselves Protestant unknowingly see themselves as merely coming out of Rome. It is what the "protest" in the name implies. Which of course enables RC's like yourself to call them to return.
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News Item1/7/12 3:03 PM
info  Find all comments by info
A Protestant

Is a sensible Christian who does not accept the Roman Catholic idolatrous practice of worshipping graven images. Whether they are alabaster statuettes, ancient preserved dead corpses, bits of material which are believed to have been worn by ancient catholics, icons and all the other insipid inanimate objects that this pagan religion proffers.

Protestants are people who in history shed their allegience to popes who think they are god on earth and all the daft religious ideas like the mass and its evil satanic blasphemies, which the papists have replaced Biblical Christian doctrines with.

Protestants form part of the true Biblical and precious elect of God - the real Church.

Apart from the title, "Roman Catholics" are the same as reprobates, muslims or any other Godless cult on earth. They are people who cannot receive the truth from Scripture even if they read the Bible.

Cardinals, popes and all the heirarchy of the Roman Catholic church are nescient, misguided, unChristian brainwashed individuals who represent a human secular religion completely out of touch with anything divine.

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News Item1/7/12 2:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, John Y., yes to be a good Catholic you have to recognize the priest does have the right to know what you're thinking, apparently you have never been to, Auricular Confession?

Of course, even the Pope – His Unholiness – considers himself, Cardinals, bishops, and all priests as just priests. But then all that boils down to,URL=http://www.ondoctrine.com/2mac0095.htm>The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.

nyp, it is very easy to know who a Christian is. This person believes in, "Only Scripture," "Only Christ," "Only Grace," "Only Faith," and "To God Alone Be Glory". Anyone or any church that doesn't believe that is an anathema to God. Isn't that simple?

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News Item1/7/12 11:06 AM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Not your pope wrote:
Do you awaken every day knowing why you’re Protestant?
What is "Protestant"?

What I mean is, if a sinner becomes a Christian outside of the RCC, are they automatically called a Protestant? Who by? The RCC? Or someone else?

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News Item1/7/12 10:57 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
John Yurich, if your church knew what you believed, you'd probably be excommunicated. Maybe that's why you don't tell them?
You are correct. And it really is no business of my Priest what my beliefs are.

Not your pope:No of course I do not awaken every morning knowing that I am Protestant for the simple reason that I am not Protestant because I was not Baptized Protestant and I do not attend and belong to any Protestant Church. I do not have to rejoin the Catholic Church since I never left the Catholic Church. I am not self excommunicating, which does not make any sense whatsoever. I would never excommunicate myself. Who is supposed to impose the so called excommunication? It sure is not Jesus since Jesus does not recognize all Catholic doctrine as being scriptural. Jesus only recognizes those Catholic doctrines that are in line with the Bible as being scriptural.

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News Item1/7/12 9:52 AM
Not your pope  Find all comments by Not your pope
Mike wrote:
John Yurich, if your church knew what you believed, you'd probably be excommunicated. Maybe that's why you don't tell them?
Do you awaken every day knowing why you’re Protestant? If not you should "do the decent thing and rejoin the Roman Catholic Church."

-Protestant Church History and Theology scholar, Dr. Carl Trueman (Westminster Theological Seminary, Historical Theology and Church History), advises in Reformation 21 (Nov 2005)

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John Y. is self-excommunicating.

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News Item1/7/12 9:45 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich, if your church knew what you believed, you'd probably be excommunicated. Maybe that's why you don't tell them?
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News Item1/7/12 9:32 AM
Stephen Crawford | Northern Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Stephen Crawford
Not your Pope that is rubbish as a born again christian in the protestant faith I don't hate catholics nor was I brought up to hate them. How dare you say that but I tell what I do hate the roman system is ungodly spreading a false message and its very sad how many good catholic people are blinded by religon and how they believe their church will save them. Only Jesus Saves And the father is Holy. I hate the false doctrines
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News Item1/7/12 8:36 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
Nonsense, but very pc, nyp. When nothing else will do, whip out the hate card. Well done. You'd make a good Democrat. btw, I have no hatred for my many RC relatives, nor do they for me. I just have sorrow for the blind loyalty they have, and that I once had.
I am Catholic and yet I do not have blind loyalty to the Pope or any other Priest of the Catholic Church. I consider the Pope and all Priests to be just normal jerks like everybody else. I do not consider the Pope to be the Vicar of Christ. I still believe that Saint Peter was the First Pope. I still believe that there are seven Sacraments but I believe that the Sacraments are just church ceremonies dealing with various stages in life and do not have anything to do with salvation. I do not believe that Priests offer sacrifice. I consider priests to be just preachers. I do not believe that the Mass is a sacrifice. I believe that the Saints are very important but I do not believe in praying to the Saints. I do not believe that just owning Crucifixes is in violation of the Commandment against graven images if one does not bow down to and pray to the Crucifix which is what the Commandment against graven images states.
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News Item1/7/12 8:13 AM
xcatholic | safe from Rome  Find all comments by xcatholic
nyp -
From what part of the Bible does the RCC get its guidance for the position of Cardinal? Where did God give clear guidelines for their operation, role, and day-to-day function within the RCC? Or is there a worldly form of governance that the Cardinal model is based upon – like the old Roman Senate?
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