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Pope Francis breaks another barrier as first Jesuit pontiff

Pope Francis is unique not just for being the first Latin American pope. He's also the first Jesuit pope, possibly signaling a renewed emphasis on traditional Catholic theology by the church.

The Society of Jesus, as the Jesuits are formally known, observes a vow of poverty, and as archbishop of Buenos Aires, the former Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was known for his accessibility and simplicity, said Michael Sheeran, president-elect of the American Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.

The new pope has been a vocal opponent of abortion and especially of same-sex marriage, saying in 2010 that its role was to "seriously injure the family." He said the practice deprived children of "the human growth that God wanted them given by a father and a mother."

That position drew a rebuke from Argentine President Cristina Fernandez, who called Bergoglio a relic of "medieval times and the ...


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News Item4/2/13 1:43 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
In one of my earlier messages I gave a good article on The Jesuits. It left out one very important quote from one of the founders of this unholy order:
Ignatious Loyola wrote:
That we may be altogether of the same mind and in conformity, …. if [the Church] shall have defined anything to be black which to our eyes appears to be white, we ought in like manner to pronounce it to be black
(Known as "Iggy" to his friends? ) excerpt from, Who Are the Jesuits? Why the First Jesuit Pope Could Signify the ‘New Evangelization’ of Christians A good article by the way, which warns of what may be problem for Christians and another good one from the same source, Five facts about the Jesuits.

I thought their was an article about PPP VI on the Paisley site, but it was in reality about Paul VI and the murder of Aldo Moro: the sleeping past stirs. Francis who's a Lefty should notice the danger of

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News Item3/31/13 4:00 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, SA, should have put up an article how the Pope Francis is planning to live in he hotel like structure located next to the grandiose and secretive chambers that Popes have inhabited for a century. Perhaps he's worried what happened to Was Pope John Paul I murdered?. There seems to be economic factions in the Romish Church either very right or very left wing, and it looks like the new Unholiness tends towards the left, which could be dangerous for his health? Everything you need to know about Pope Francis’s macroeconomic views. It would not be a bad decision on his part to have more public living arrangements than Pope JP1.
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News Item3/16/13 3:21 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, the ECT should be rejected, q.v., Irreconcilable Differences: Catholics, Evangelicals, and the New Quest for Unity and it is a pity of Albert Mohler's participation in the Manhattan Declaration, in the commentary John MacArthur on the Manhattan Declaration gave good reasons why a Christian should have never signed it

His Unholiness may have trodden old ground as well, in bad behavior by Romish leadership, Argentina 'Dirty War' accusations haunt Pope Francis.

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News Item3/16/13 7:56 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
@Wheel, thanks, I will check out the site, for sure, but we see things much differently. I did a lot of research before taking on this enormous endeavor and found most sites lacking in content, difficult to navigate, very novice, or just plain hostile to the Roman Catholics they are supposedly trying to reach.
This site will be an easy to navigate, content rich, compassionate site, that will provide one stop shopping; covering every dogma, ritual, and doctrine of the Roman system.
When you do a search on Google for a local restaurant, it never returns just one result, there will be many options so that you can choose the one that best fits your needs, taste, style, comfort level, etc. I figure that even if the site you posted happens to be a carbon copy of what I am working on, then great...the more, the better.
Even though you may have four brand new wheels on your vehicle, it's always good to have that spare handy.
I will check the site out today though...thanks for the link.
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News Item3/15/13 8:40 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
cv wrote:
It would be hard for me to believe that when the local masonic order had a "buy one get one free" magic underwear sale, that Chuck Colsen who was one never to pass over a good bargain didn't pick one up for Albert Mohler.
These are among the same sick lost bunch of "evangelicals" who brought us the ECT.
Albert Mohler ought not to be given a voice as a Christian leader so long as he continues as a nuncio. Christians ought not to be decieved by Mohler's doublespeak of, "not recognizing the Pope but accept his very important role." For hear, he only masks "alliances" and "partnership".
Since I am not a fan of Al Mohler, let me add this. Not only did he help originate the Manhatten Declaration and has refused to recant what he did, but he also publicly predicted we should not be surprised if one day a gay gene is discovered.
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News Item3/15/13 7:51 PM
cv  Find all comments by cv
tragic irony wrote:
"In other words, it’s going to be the Protestants who have the least belief in the validity of his (Pope Francis') office who will agree with him (on his commitments to family and marriage and truth, and the sanctity of human life) more than liberal Protestants."
-Albert Mohler
It would be hard for me to believe that when the local masonic order had a "buy one get one free" magic underwear sale, that Chuck Colsen who was one never to pass over a good bargain didn't pick one up for Albert Mohler.
These are among the same sick lost bunch of "evangelicals" who brought us the ECT.

Albert Mohler ought not to be given a voice as a Christian leader so long as he continues as a nuncio. Christians ought not to be decieved by Mohler's doublespeak of, "not recognizing the Pope but accept his very important role." For hear, he only masks "alliances" and "partnership".

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News Item3/15/13 6:22 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Hebrews 2:1-3 KJV
1 Therefore we ought to give the more earnest heed to the things which we have heard, lest at any time we should let them slip.
2 For if the word spoken by angels was stedfast, and every transgression and disobedience received a just recompence of reward;
3 How shall we escape, if **we neglect so great salvation**; which at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed unto us by them that heard him.
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News Item3/15/13 5:45 PM
tragic irony  Find all comments by tragic irony
"In other words, it’s going to be the Protestants who have the least belief in the validity of his (Pope Francis') office who will agree with him (on his commitments to family and marriage and truth, and the sanctity of human life) more than liberal Protestants."
-Albert Mohler
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News Item3/15/13 3:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Just think this fool could have had a normal life, Pope Francis: Amalia, the childhood sweetheart whose snub created a pope - Telegraph instead of opting out for Clerical Celibacy

Oh, besides his typical problems he also has the one of Benedict XVI resignation: The two-pope problem. Also these two popes don't agree on some things, so the Jews had better watch out, since this one wants to kiss the big toe of Muhammad Pope Francis' run-in with Benedict XVI over the Prophet Mohammed.

No, having one of Satan's Storm Troopers as head of the Romish Church is going to make things overly interesting.

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News Item3/15/13 1:24 PM
Headlines  Find all comments by Headlines
"Pope asks Argentines to forgo celebratory Rome trip: Instead of attending his installation Mass, give to poor"
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News Item3/15/13 12:34 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
The wheel wrote:
Are you trying to reinvent the wheel?
Have you seen for instance:
Brother Mizzi's Website
I love its simplicity and how he says things. Check it out!
Wheel
IMHO we ought to be encouraged by and applaud Christopher000's efforts and here is some of the why:

While more mature and studied believers may indeed say and communicate at a deeper level than we might the Truth of the Gospel when we engage in a genuine labor of love for Christ we gain a huge "ownership" of what God in His grace brings into our lives through our study of His Word and seeking Him in prayer we will never get by merely quoting the best of authorities.

AND when the "material" is ours God is justified in using us, not by "accident" but on purpose, to labor in the lives of those He is about bringing to Salvation

AND such study and seeking God "paves the way" for others to similarly commit themselves their lives, time and effort to seek to learn from God, live by what He says and communicate and teach others what God has made "experientially real" in their faith as well.

I know a godly teenage girl who has oten heard, 'I wish I had your faith' to which she replies:

"You Can!"

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News Item3/15/13 11:54 AM
The wheel  Find all comments by The wheel
Christopher000 wrote:
I am currently building a website that addresses the Roman machine. Doctrine by doctrine, dogma by dogma, ritual by ritual. I'm building it to be very user friendly, going topic by topic, exhaustively, but in an interesting, factual, informative, and readable way so as not to lose, confuse, or overload anyone. This isn't an easy thing though because there is so much information and history. The title is: Roman Catholocism: The Worlds Greatest Mass Deception.
I have also started a mirror or it which will be a PowerPoint presentation that will also be converted to a video for YouTube. I still have a lot of work left though.
Are you trying to reinvent the wheel?

Have you seen for instance:

Brother Mizzi's Website

I love its simplicity and how he says things. Check it out!

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News Item3/15/13 7:59 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks, ideas...mental note made. I have considered something similar. Something like, "Why is it wrong to pray the rosary?" From there, I could give a very detailed answer using the Bible to convict the practice, vocalize the dangers, etc. I have considered having some type of simple question/answer session embedded within the site more as a quick reference type of thing in addition to the main content.
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News Item3/15/13 7:43 AM
Ideas  Find all comments by Ideas
How about a simple Q&A card format?
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News Item3/15/13 7:40 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Oh brother, sorry about this but I forgot something that got cut off in the original
post:
If anyone has a minute here and there to pray about it, that would be cool. Only if
you want to though. If you don't, that's ok because I'm sure everyone has loads of things you need to pray for already.

Alright, that was definitely it.

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News Item3/15/13 7:34 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...oops, that should have read, even if it takes 6 months to finish and ends up changing only one persons life, it will be worth it...

Ok, enough blabbering...

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News Item3/15/13 7:33 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...Even if it takes 6 months to finish, I figure it's worth it because eternity is a long, long time and I wouldn't wish Hell upon anyone...not even my worst enemy.
I haven't even parked a domain ne yet which I really should get done. I was thinking, "The Great Deception", or similar.
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News Item3/15/13 7:29 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Angela Wittman from SW IL writes:
Christopher, please be sure to share with us a link to your website... You can email me a link, if you would like.

I will, Angela. I have the actual website coded for the most part but find myself constantly fine tuning because I am a bit obsessive compulsive...nothing is ever good enough. I also have some of the content finished but I need to fine tune it. I have some of the less time consuming topics finished in a semi-rough way, but I am having trouble with others because there is just so much to cover, so much history, and so many Biblical comparisons that need to be made, that I get overwhelmed because I want to cover everything, completely, but at the same time, I don't want to overwhelm, confuse, or turn off the visitor. I'm still trying to figure out the best format and am thinking that I may be planning to cover way too much on each topic and should streamline it somehow without effecting the punch that I want.
Well, anyway, I'm pretty good at figuring these things out and I am certain that this is important to God so I am fully expecting Him to give me a hand...ha-ha. Boy, I hope so because this is such a huge project for myself that I get nervous. Even if it takes me 6 months to finsih, I figure that if it changes even one p

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News Item3/15/13 12:56 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Frank wrote:
When God sees me, He sees His Son's righteousness. When He sees my works; He sees His works that were done through me. Yes, fellow ember, all of them.
Amen to that! I believe what you just said is possibly the strongest evidence of a right standing with God anyone can make. Too bad the catholics are prohibited from making the same confession.
Frank wrote:
Your memory isn't bad for an old-timer, but if my older memory is correct, you are still a couple of years behind me.
My memory has always been good but in recent years I am having increasing difficulty with my ability to recall names, especially of those I don't have frequent contact with. Frustrating.

But, yes, your recollection is right.

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News Item3/15/13 12:26 AM
Jamesc | Fallbrook,ca  Find all comments by Jamesc
Christopher, try this website for tons of anti-catholic info, run by a former catholic priest:
http://www.bereanbeacon.org/articles.html

John MacArthur has a good sermon series on the heresy of the Catholicism. Very powerful and informative.

http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?seriesonly=true&currsection=sermonstopic&sourceid=johnmacarthur&keyword=The+Heresy+of+Catholicism&keyworddesc=The+Heresy+of+Catholicism

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