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Vatican, France in showdown over gay ambassador
Three months after appointing an openly gay diplomat as France's ambassador to the Vatican, Paris is still waiting for the green light from Rome.

With Pope Francis entering his third year in the post, some activists see the Vatican's silence as a test of the depth of reform in the Catholic Church.

While the Vatican usually declares it has accepted a candidate around a month after an appointment is made, it makes no public statements at all if the answer is no.


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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
(note: I added the numbers to your post below for emphasis and too)

Dorcas wrote:
When speaking to RC the most important thing that is needful is that they hear the gospel of grace through the finished work of Jesus Christ.
It's easy to get caught up in discussions about idolatry, traditions of men, blasphemous mass, etc.

Three things are foreign to most RC, which the Lord Jesus freely gives to repentant sinners.

1 - Complete forgiveness of sins.
2 - The imputation of His perfect righteousness
3 - The assurance of eternal life.

These are the promises from the Word of God, that popery opposes with a vengeance, and their councils ( Trent and Vatican II) condemn any RC who believe these precious promises with anathema.
There is no match for the Word of God.
It is living and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword.
Let it speak for itself and be in ferverent prayer that their eyes will be opened and they be turned from darkness to Light.

Dorcas
Your post is beautiful

I am so thankful I read it this morning and will be much in prayer over it, that I might be used by God in the three points you have made in regards to speaking with Roman Catholics.

Imho preachers should be so clear

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News Item4/14/15 6:32 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good comments, and agreed, John...great thoughts from Dorcas. I've always concentrated on those particular topics; the secondary ones, that is.
Thanks for helping me to see the right way, Dorcas. I will still argue against the common errors that all are at least aware of, and practice in part, but will definately approach the topic in a different way now.
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News Item4/13/15 2:18 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
...just one correction- idolatry,vain traditions of men and mass are not meaningless discussions as Delivered had stated.
Following conversion,these are important issues to address.
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News Item4/13/15 12:22 PM
Delivered | Word of God  Find all comments by Delivered
[QUOTE]It's easy to get caught up in discussions about idolatry, traditions of men, blasphemous mass, etc.

Complete forgiveness of sins.
The imputation of His perfect righteousness
The assurance of eternal life.

There is no match for the Word of God.
It is living and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword.
Let it speak for itself and be in ferverent prayer that their eyes will be opened and they be turned from darkness to Light.[/QUOTE]Dorcas,

You are so right. The word of God is alive and active. It pierces man's thinking to discern what is of human origin and what is of God.
The book of Colossians speaks clearly about the complete finished work of Christ. It speaks directly to what constitutes the Church and who is the Head of the Church. It speaks volumes about religious practices, across the board, that are designed to entrap men.
The evangelist must always keep Christ in focus and not be sidetracked into meaningless, or secondary issues.

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News Item4/13/15 12:10 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Dorcas wrote:
When speaking to RC the most important thing that is needful is that they hear the gospel of grace through the finished work of Jesus Christ.
It's easy to get caught up in discussions about idolatry, traditions of men, blasphemous mass, etc.
Three things are foreign to most RC, which the Lord Jesus freely gives to repentant sinners.
Complete forgiveness of sins.
The imputation of His perfect righteousness
The assurance of eternal life.
These are the promises from the Word of God, that popery opposes with a vengeance, and their councils ( Trent and Vatican II) condemn any RC who believe these precious promises with anathema.
There is no match for the Word of God.
It is living and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword.
Let it speak for itself and be in ferverent prayer that their eyes will be opened and they be turned from darkness to Light.
Worthy of Post of the Month Award.
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News Item4/13/15 11:43 AM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
When speaking to RC the most important thing that is needful is that they hear the gospel of grace through the finished work of Jesus Christ.
It's easy to get caught up in discussions about idolatry, traditions of men, blasphemous mass, etc.
Three things are foreign to most RC, which the Lord Jesus freely gives to repentant sinners.
Complete forgiveness of sins.
The imputation of His perfect righteousness
The assurance of eternal life.
These are the promises from the Word of God, that popery opposes with a vengeance, and their councils ( Trent and Vatican II) condemn any RC who believe these precious promises with anathema.
There is no match for the Word of God.
It is living and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword.
Let it speak for itself and be in ferverent prayer that their eyes will be opened and they be turned from darkness to Light.
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News Item4/13/15 11:22 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Michael Hranek wrote:
Christopher000
Amen! and Amen!
I can so identify with what you posted
Makes me amazed that anyone professing to trust in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation could ever continue in the RCC, for any reason
Amen to both posts!
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News Item4/13/15 10:07 AM
Delivered | Word of God  Find all comments by Delivered
[QUOTE]John, if communication is still possible between yourself and your mom, have her read the book of Colossians. Pray and ask God to give you wisdom in your approach. You don't have to be direct. Use natural events and parallel them to scripture. Present something that cause her to see it objectively. Perhaps pornography, modern dress - bikinis, etc. and the influence on children, marriages; then the imagery in many Catholic cathedrals, Michangelo's work, centuries old art done as penance. Carefully lay the groundwork for ministering truth in parallel to her.
I can't explain exactly how I've done it. But it opens the eyes to many as to how one becomes entrapped using aesthetics, etc.
I hope this helps.
I will pray
that ...a great door and effectual is opened unto you,... (1 Cor. 16:9).
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News Item4/13/15 8:04 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Christopher000 wrote:
I was baptized Roman Catholic, but fully reject the church/system. I fully reject it because of the littany of fatally false, anti-biblical doctrines, dogmas, and rituals. I fully reject it because they proudly add to and take away from God's Word in gross, blatant measure.
My mom worrys about me spiritually because of this rejection; not understanding, or caring to understand why because she is another Roman robot suffering from spiritual tunnel vision. She recently cut off and turned her back on a long time friend because the friend said something against the pope. This is an example of her dedication and blindness to a system she knows little about other than it'll get her to Heaven. I don't understand why anyone, especially when we have been provided with God's own Word to read for ourselves, would entrust their eternal souls to mere sin-filled, error prone, deceitful man.
Christopher000
Amen! and Amen!
I can so identify with what you posted
Makes me amazed that anyone professing to trust in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation could ever continue in the RCC, for any reason
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News Item4/13/15 7:58 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
I was baptized Roman Catholic, but fully reject the church/system. I fully reject it because of the littany of fatally false, anti-biblical doctrines, dogmas, and rituals. I fully reject it because they proudly add to and take away from God's Word in gross, blatant measure.
My mom worrys about me spiritually because of this rejection; not understanding, or caring to understand why because she is another Roman robot suffering from spiritual tunnel vision. She recently cut off and turned her back on a long time friend because the friend said something against the pope. This is an example of her dedication and blindness to a system she knows little about other than it'll get her to Heaven. I don't understand why anyone, especially when we have been provided with God's own Word to read for ourselves, would entrust their eternal souls to mere sin-filled, error prone, deceitful man.
I don't entrust my eternal soul to the Catholic Church. I put my trust entirely in Jesus for salvation. I don't trust my Baptism as an infant in the Catholic Church or the Sacraments or the Catholic Church for salvation.
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News Item4/13/15 6:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I was baptized Roman Catholic, but fully reject the church/system. I fully reject it because of the littany of fatally false, anti-biblical doctrines, dogmas, and rituals. I fully reject it because they proudly add to and take away from God's Word in gross, blatant measure.
My mom worrys about me spiritually because of this rejection; not understanding, or caring to understand why because she is another Roman robot suffering from spiritual tunnel vision. She recently cut off and turned her back on a long time friend because the friend said something against the pope. This is an example of her dedication and blindness to a system she knows little about other than it'll get her to Heaven. I don't understand why anyone, especially when we have been provided with God's own Word to read for ourselves, would entrust their eternal souls to mere sin-filled, error prone, deceitful man.
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News Item4/13/15 4:22 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
s c wrote:
When you state, "... either fall in line with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality and artificial birth control or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church."
it would seem,John Y,that you expect more from the faux pa than you do from yourself unless there are only some issues like the justification by faith alone in Christ alone (which makes you an anathema in the RCC) which are exempt in your selective reasoning.
If it's alright for you to be disingenuous in regards to the things for which the RCC would excommunicate you,then you have no voice in the matter when it comes to other things for which one may become excommunicated for.
To be consistent, you either stand for truth completely or stay silent,lest you be found guilty, when it comes to compromise.
A silent witness is no witness at all.
I am not being disingenuous in anything. The Catholic doctrines that I reject and repudiate have nothing to do with the moral law. I do stand for truth completely by being in line with Catholic teaching and being against abortion, homosexuality and artificial birth control. And thus I am not compromising on anything.
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News Item4/12/15 4:21 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
s c wrote:
When you state, "... either fall in line with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality and artificial birth control or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church."
it would seem,John Y,that you expect more from the faux pa than you do from yourself unless there are only some issues like the justification by faith alone in Christ alone (which makes you an anathema in the RCC) which are exempt in your selective reasoning.
If it's alright for you to be disingenuous in regards to the things for which the RCC would excommunicate you,then you have no voice in the matter when it comes to other things for which one may be come excommunicated for.
To be consistent, you either stand for truth completely or stay silent,lest you be found guilty, when it comes to compromise.
A silent witness is no witness at all.
Ah, s c., a keeper

Oh, I would have thought this ambassador an Vatican would immediately jump in bed together. His Unholiness has did one thing right, well more or less, [URL=http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-32272604]]]Turkey anger at Pope Francis Armenian 'genocide' claim[/URL]. Turkey moderate Muslim country? The BBC can be quite droll at times.

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News Item4/12/15 4:05 PM
Bottom Line  Find all comments by Bottom Line
Get it straight John Yurich...
RCC teaches a false gospel, all those who teach a perverted gospel are accursed.
All other issues matter not
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News Item4/12/15 2:46 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
When you state, "... either fall in line with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality and artificial birth control or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church."

it would seem,John Y,that you expect more from the faux pa than you do from yourself unless there are only some issues like the justification by faith alone in Christ alone (which makes you an anathema in the RCC) which are exempt in your selective reasoning.
If it's alright for you to be disingenuous in regards to the things for which the RCC would excommunicate you,then you have no voice in the matter when it comes to other things for which one may be come excommunicated for.
To be consistent, you either stand for truth completely or stay silent,lest you be found guilty, when it comes to compromise.
A silent witness is no witness at all.

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News Item4/12/15 12:28 PM
amazing books  Find all comments by amazing books
Vital Resource On Homosexuality

What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality? by Kevin DeYoung

http://headhearthand.org/blog/2015/04/09/vital-resource-on-homosexuality/

"You’ve got to wonder how long it will be before Amazon bans such books, and before courageous authors and publishers of them will be targeted by the mob and the government"

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News Item4/12/15 12:06 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
John Yurich USA wrote:
Francis should be replaced with a Pope ...
Not really, John. The office of pope is non-biblical, and ought to be ditched. The biblical position is that churches should be run by elders and deacons, in an autonomous way, not with synods and a hierarchy. All the other offices found within the RCC, such as priests and cardinals etc. also need to be ditched, along with all the robes and vestments.

Of course, getting the church right won't avail the Roman Catholic Organisation anything, except it come also to understand the gospel of the free grace of God, whereby Jesus has done all things needful, received by faith as the channel through which God applies his redemption to his elect.

Won't happen. The RCC is being driven of the devil, which makes them an evil organisation under the condemnation of God.

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News Item4/12/15 11:12 AM
Yep  Find all comments by Yep
The Marian cult that worships a goddess and has all the unsaved believing it is Christian, is one of the largest mission fields to evangelize lost sinners.
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News Item4/12/15 11:05 AM
Carl E | Australia  Find all comments by Carl E
In Australia the RCC is on the news again about their vile sins against children. Unfortunately many unsaved confuse them with Christians.
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News Item4/12/15 10:57 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Yep wrote:
Just another cult, which needs to have the gospel preached to them.
The RCC is not a Cult as it worships Jesus as God. A Cult does not worship Jesus as God. Get that straight will you! Luther who was under the guidance of the Holy Spirit did not believe the RCC is a Cult as he was not insane and he knew that a Cult does not worship Jesus as God.
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