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Choice News THURSDAY, FEB 28, 2013  |  15 comments
Pope Bids Farewell at St. Peter's

Pope Benedict XVI held the final audience of his pontificate before a sea of faithful in Saint Peter's Square on Wednesday, a farewell that he said wouldn't mark the end of his life in public.

Addressing the crowd, the pope said he faced a "difficult and trying" decision in relinquishing leadership of Roman Catholicism's more than one billion faithful, a step he will take Thursday evening.

Although he plans to retire to a life of study and prayer, the pontiff told the crowd on Wednesday that there was no going back to his prepapal life, noting that his election eight years ago marked the end of "any privacy." ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The corruption of the Romish Church makes it one of the more fun things to read! e.g., Cardinals Raise Questions Over Secret Report on Vatican Probe . Who wouldn't want to be part of such an exciting church -- if they weren't a Christian? The Church of Rome Steps Into Apostasy (PDF).
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News Item3/4/13 2:11 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Now's the time to place your bets whose going to be the next Pope. Benny has been stacking the deck, with conservative cardinals during his tenure, but sometimes these guys don't behave the way they are expected to, Cardinals begin pre-conclave talks in Vatican.

Who's going to be picked is of more interest to gamblers than Christians, because The Pope and the Papacy are anti-Christian.

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News Item3/1/13 2:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
They already allow priests who follow the "Eastern rites," or Anglican priests who come over to the Romish Church to be married, and that hasn't improved the Romish Church. Roman Catholic Authority (PDF) is The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.

Ah, an amusing interview with Cardinal Pell of Australia. He's a dullard when it comes to theology, but still quite the politician when it comes at talking out of both sides of his mouth, this one has a short transcript, Pell's Critique of the Departing Pontiff and one that really shows how well he can dance around topics, Pell stands by criticism of Pope's leadership (Video).

He's one that makes me glad and thankful I'm a Christian not a Catholic, and I would admit, he probably make atheists even glad they aren't Catholic.

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News Item3/1/13 12:07 PM
SteveR | Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
John Yurich USA wrote:
Maybe the next Pope will do away with mandatory celibacy for priests and nuns permit priests and nuns to marry. And it is totally false to state that the whore of the Book of Revelation is the Catholic Church. There will not be one church that is the whore of the Book of Revelation but will be all churches that have false doctrines.
An Archbishop(Evaristo?) in Latin America has been very vocal towards allowing Priests to marry, it would be a step in the right direction
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News Item3/1/13 6:49 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Maybe the next Pope will do away with mandatory celibacy for priests and nuns permit priests and nuns to marry. And it is totally false to state that the whore of the Book of Revelation is the Catholic Church. There will not be one church that is the whore of the Book of Revelation but will be all churches that have false doctrines.
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News Item2/28/13 4:42 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Where is Nebraska? Is that in the US? Haven't heard of it. Sounds like a rash...oooh, don't come too close...I have Nebraska.
Ha! One day I'm going to die larfin!

Have you ever been on Rowan & Martin?

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News Item2/28/13 4:34 PM
Pope resigns, now what  Find all comments by Pope resigns, now what
This video related to the Pope standing down today.
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News Item2/28/13 4:31 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Bye Joe. I sincerely hope that the truth reaches him before it's too late.

Where is Nebraska? Is that in the US? Haven't heard of it. Sounds like a rash...oooh, don't come too close...I have Nebraska.

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News Item2/28/13 3:59 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
America wrote:
John UK
Amen! To your first comment.
Lol concerning your second comment.True, indeed that's what would happen!
Yes, I've no doubt it has happened many times with the mass-doubting priests, who needed some remedial treatment to restore their "faith" in the magic show.
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News Item2/28/13 3:15 PM
America  Find all comments by America
John UK
Amen! To your first comment.
Lol concerning your second comment.True, indeed that's what would happen!
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News Item2/28/13 2:38 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Jim Lincoln wrote:
We can also hope that Benedict's resignation will start a trend, until a Pope is picked gives the The Roman Road sermon, and then not only quits ...the Papacy, but quits the Romish Church, and urge his listeners to do the same.
It could even transpire, that while Mr Ratzinger is ensconsed at the papal retreat before being oblivionated at the monastery on the hill in Vatican City, the Lord could visit him as he did visit Mr Luther, and convince him that righteousness acceptable to God - namely his own - could be attained very simply by trusting in the finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ, who loved sinners, lived for sinners, and died for sinners, and arose again for sinners, and is even now interceding for sinners, and coming again for those sinners who received eternal life as a free gift of God by grace alone. That would be great news.

But unfortunately, the Roman hierarchy would hush that up as well, or proclaim the former pope as suffering from senility.

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News Item2/28/13 2:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
And in line with what "America," said I will add quote from the article from a priest from Lincoln Nebr.! who was in Rome for all this pagentry.

Kilcawley wrote:
Whenever things are reported about the Church, it's about the problems. We focus on this and forget the Lord is calling us through these problems to a deeper relationship,
Now, I'll leave off his Romish title, because of course it isn't Christian, but in the way he did speak the truth all Catholics should be Exchanging Religion for a Relationship (PDF).

Anyway, it's good to see Lincoln getting publicity--which isn't entirely bad.

We can also hope that Benedict's resignation will start a trend, until a Pope is picked gives the The Roman Road sermon, and then not only quits ...the Papacy, but quits the Romish Church, and urge his listeners to do the same.

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News Item2/28/13 2:09 PM
watch and pray  Find all comments by watch and pray
The Twitter account for @nytimesworld is sending many tweets today in apparent excitement over the Pope's departure from his office.

The Pope is off his throne. Almighty God is still on His throne.

The eyes of the LORD continue to be in everyplace beholding the evil and the good.

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News Item2/28/13 1:13 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good commet, America. I get so wrapped up in trying to expose the sin at times and forget to pray for the sinner.
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News Item2/28/13 9:52 AM
America  Find all comments by America
Maybe in his studies that he undertakes in his retirement,the LORD will reveal to him the gospel of grace that saves,thru the Lord Jesus Christ alone.Not a false system of works and man made traditions!!!
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