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FRONT PAGE  |  10/18/2017
WEDNESDAY, APR 25, 2012  |  14 comments  |  1 commentary
Catholic Bishops Call For Two Weeks of Action Against Obama
Roman Catholic leaders are calling for two weeks of public protests against President Barack Obama's policies as they intensify their argument that the administration is engaged in a war on religion.

The days between June 21 and July 4 have been set aside by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops which has sought to end the administration's contraception mandate, among other policies.

The protests against the Obama administration’s policies could be “the game-changer” in the presidential election, one leading lay churchman told Newsmax on Tuesday.

The protests, dubbed “A Fortnight for Freedom” will be an “unprecedented, aggressive attack” against policies that church leaders see as an assault on religious freedom, said Catholic Advocate chairman Deal Hudson. ...


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News Item4/26/12 2:46 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, it doesn't fail in describing the Pope, The Pope and the Papacy. It might well fail in saying that, "Great men are almost always bad men." Christians should have a very good idea what makes a man great, will be different from Catholics and other non-Christians have of what makes a man great.

Matthew 20
25 But Jesus called them to Himself, and said, "You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great men exercise authority over them.
26 "It is not so among you, but whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant,
27 and whoever wishes to be first among you shall be your slave;
28 just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many."---NASB

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News Item4/25/12 3:07 PM
Failure  Find all comments by Failure
Jim Lincoln wrote:
wikipedia on Lord Acton wrote:
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

This is commonly referred to as Lord Acton's dictum. But it is the third phrase in this quote that might be the most important, if little-known:

Great men are almost always bad men.

Most people who quote Lord Acton's Dictum are unaware that it refers to Papal power and was made by a Catholic, albeit not an unquestioning one.

Lord Acton's "Dictum" fails.
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News Item4/25/12 2:55 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, as I pointed out in that thread about the errant nun Association:
Jane LittleAUTHOR]Sister Campbell suggested that her organisation's vocal support for President Barack Obama's healthcare bill was behind the slapdown.

"There's a strong connection," she said. "We didn't split on faith, we split on politics."

quote from, Leader of 'radical' US nuns rejects Vatican criticism A bishop is nothing but a priest who has been given more authority because he has become in experienced, cynical, and corrupt than a new priest because of his time in the church. The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood. Remember what was said of the head priest of the Romish church?
wikipedia on Lord Acton wrote:
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

This is commonly referred to as Lord Acton's dictum. But it is the third phrase in this quote that might be the most important, if little-known:

Great men are almost always bad men.

Most people who quote Lord Acton's Dictum are unaware that it refers to Papal power and was made by a Catholic, albeit not an unquestioning one.

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News Item4/25/12 11:47 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Papal Allegiance wrote:
However, from her view, perhaps she was concerned that Protestantism's liberty-on-steroids would eventually yield a....
Obviously God did not give her the liberty to carry on with her satanic vision. Which kinda disproves your main point.

PRAISE GOD!!!

You waste your time pointing out errors. "All have sinned and come short of the glory of God." The whole world is guilty before God, and there is nothing anyone can do about it. Not even the pope can atone for his sins against God, nor can he work his way into heaven, nor can he or his priests assist anyone else to get there.

Focus your thoughts on the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the Lamb of God, the Bread of Life, the True Vine, the New and Living Way. And meditate upon his crucifixion, the only way of atonement, to make you right with God; then think of his righteous life, which can be imputed to you as your justification, if you simply believe, and put your whole trust in HIM, who arose from the dead on the third day.

Get to it, before it be too late.

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News Item4/25/12 11:01 AM
Papal Allegiance  Find all comments by Papal Allegiance
Mike wrote:
Your response "the empire was Roman Catholic and damned..." does not rightly follow what John said: "sought to damn the whole of her empire..." Words continue to mean things. If truth is on your side, you don't need such creativity.
King VII and all previous Roman Catholic Sovereigns, "sought to damn the whole of her empire..." for 100s of years and millions of subjects. If being Roman Catholic somehow really, truly damns, then millions of their followers would have been cast into Hell just as his granddaughter, Mary I, attempted to later do with all of her subjects.

However, from her view, perhaps she was concerned that Protestantism's liberty-on-steroids would eventually yield a sexed-out, maxed-out, burnt-out all-but-faithless shell-of-an-everyone-does-what's-right-in-his-own-eyes-post-Christian-country. The rest is history.

In the end and despite today's stifling pagan culture, Jesus and his followers win!

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News Item4/25/12 10:51 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Audasity of Hope wrote:
So before Henry (BH), the empire was Roman Catholic and damned, but as the ink dried on the Suffragan Bishops Act 1534 which required the clergy to only elect bishops nominated by King Henry VIII, the empire was liberated and saved because it had formally broken from Rome and became Protestant?
Your response "the empire was Roman Catholic and damned..." does not rightly follow what John said: "sought to damn the whole of her empire..." Words continue to mean things. If truth is on your side, you don't need such creativity.
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News Item4/25/12 10:42 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Audasity of Hope wrote:
So before Henry (BH), the empire was Roman Catholic and damned...
I didn't say that, did I?
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News Item4/25/12 10:35 AM
Audasity of Hope  Find all comments by Audasity of Hope
John UK wrote:
Degree will not matter to either of them, especially the Catholic "queen" who not only murdered innocent Christians, but sought to damn the whole of her empire to hell by false doctrine of the Catholics.
So before Henry (BH), the empire was Roman Catholic and damned, but even as the ink dried on the Suffragan Bishops Act 1534 which required the clergy to only elect bishops nominated by King Henry VIII, the empire was liberated and saved because it had formally broken from Rome and became Protestant? After Henry (AH), the empire once again plunged into damnation. Then after Mary (AM), the realm was liberated and saved.

Today the empire is totally liberated and saved thanks to King Henry VIII's Protestantism. A better place to raise a conservative Christian family no doubt.

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News Item4/25/12 9:59 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
innocent blood wrote:
"[There were] 287 Protestant executions during [Mary I's] reign. In comparison her father, King Henry VIII, had been responsible for 57,000 deaths including men such as Sir Thomas More."
-History of the Tudors
Casting stones? Nay lad. Just forcing you to pick your father and stick with him.

You can tell your story about Ol' Henry to God on judgment day if you wish. Henry and Mary will both be going to hell for sure. Degree will not matter to either of them, especially the Catholic "queen" who not only murdered innocent Christians, but sought to damn the whole of her empire to hell by false doctrine of the Catholics.

Best get away from these charlatans and find some other. And if you can find none, "believe on the Lord Jesus Christ" and get saved, then promote salvation by faith in Jesus Christ alone to the whole world instead of allowing Satan to divert your attention away from what really matters. Once in hell for all eternity, you will curse yourself for ever taking up social matters instead of taking up The Bible.

The RCC will NOT lead you to heaven.

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News Item4/25/12 9:53 AM
Bev  Find all comments by Bev
Just a thought wrote:
Henry, despite the break with Rome, continued a Papist to his dying day. The break with Rome was only an expedient to enable him to have his way regarding an heir to the throne!
And his way with a bevy of wives. Six total. Two, of whom, he took their heads.

And to the assertion that Henry VIII was a papist to his dying breath has scant historical evidence. If he were aligned with the Pope, how many tithes and offerings did he send to Rome?

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News Item4/25/12 9:51 AM
Just a thought | Henry's England  Find all comments by Just a thought
innocent blood wrote:
"[There were] 287 Protestant executions during [Mary I's] reign. In comparison her father, King Henry VIII, had been responsible for 57,000 deaths including men such as Sir Thomas More."
-History of the Tudors
Perhaps, more appropriately since the first stone has been cast amongst conservatives, he should be labeled Dirty (Bloody) Harry. But calling folk names is not only childish, but slander, anti-biblical and anti-Christ. There but for the grace of God go I.
Further, both of these numbers (including those ~150,000 killed during the "Inquisition") pale in comparison to the 45 million vivisected every year even by well-meaning Christians.
Henry, despite the break with Rome, continued a Papist to his dying day. The break with Rome was only an expedient to enable him to have his way regarding an heir to the throne!
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News Item4/25/12 9:29 AM
innocent blood  Find all comments by innocent blood
"[There were] 287 Protestant executions during [Mary I's] reign. In comparison her father, King Henry VIII, had been responsible for 57,000 deaths including men such as Sir Thomas More."
-History of the Tudors

Perhaps, more appropriately since the first stone has been cast amongst conservatives, this King should be labeled Dirty (Bloody) Harry. But calling folk names is not only childish, but slander, anti-biblical and anti-Christ. Pray for those who persecute you. Love even your enemy.

Further, both of these numbers (including those ~150,000 killed during the "Inquisition") pale in comparison to the 45 million vivisected every year even by well-meaning Christians.

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News Item4/25/12 9:18 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Don't Tread On Me wrote:
“It would be sad if it came to priests or lay people or bishops being led away in handcuffs. What could be a sadder moment in the history of our nation than to see Catholics arrested for simply refusing to compromise on a central moral principle of their faith?"
It was a sad moment in history under the "Queen" (Bloody Mary) in the UK when Catholics arrested ordinary Christians for simply refusing to compromise on a central principle of their faith, namely a denial of transubstantiation, and for presenting the true gospel declaration of salvation by faith alone in Christ alone. It was very sad that many of these were burned at the stake, God's children whose blood still cries for the vengeance of God upon his enemies. And be sure it will come! Who would care to call these murderers their fathers in the faith? Many, whose end will be the same.

And it will do you no good to believe in the imaginary purgatory. The tree lies where it falls.

But my advice is: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved." Acts 16:31.

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News Item4/25/12 8:58 AM
Don't Tread On Me  Find all comments by Don't Tread On Me
"The protests, dubbed “A Fortnight for Freedom” will be an “unprecedented, aggressive attack” against policies that church leaders see as an assault on religious freedom, said Catholic Advocate chairman Deal Hudson.

“The bishops are seeing – rightly – a pattern of emerging of hostility towards the Catholic faith for upholding protection of the life of the unborn and because of its position on contraception,” said Hudson.

“That is precisely what makes this so unusual a moment. The bishops have been provoked to such a degree that they will go to this extreme. They would prefer quiet negotiations leading to a principled compromise, instead they are talking about the probability of civil disobedience.”

“What is at stake is whether America will continue to have a free, creative, and robust civil society—or whether the state alone will determine who gets to contribute to the common good, and how they get to do it.”

“This is not something to get giddy about,” he said. “It would be sad if it came to priests or lay people or bishops being led away in handcuffs. What could be a sadder moment in the history of our nation than to see Catholics arrested for simply refusing to compromise on [intrinsic evil] a central moral principle of their faith?"

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