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Papacy


The Pope Claims to be God on Earth

 

Throughout the centuries of Rome's existence, the popes have regularly claimed to be divine. As the supposed successor of Peter, the Pope claims infallibility, the position of God on Earth, and ability to judge and excommunicate angels. The Catholic Council of Trent in 1545 declared this: We define that the Holy Apostolic See and the Roman Pontiff hold primacy over the whole world. . .  Read More >>

The Pope Claims to be God on Earth

Liberty of Conscience Threatened

 

Romanism is now regarded by Protestants with far greater favour than in former years. In those countries where Catholicism is not in the ascendancy, and the papists are taking a conciliatory course in order to gain influence, there is an increasing indifference concerning the doctrines that separate the reformed churches from the papal hierarchy; the opinion is gaining ground that, after all, we do not differ so widely upon vital points as has been supposed, and that a little concession on our part will bring us into a better understanding with Rome.  Read More >>

Liberty of Conscience Threatened

The Bloody History of Papal Rome - A Timeline

 

"And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws" (Daniel 7:25). The Papacy has a long history of "wearing out" the saints of the Most High. Below is a timeline of the generally aggressive history of the Roman Catholic Church, but the most tragic one that concerns the Word of God is the persecution during the Middle Ages of anyone daring to oppose the Church.  Read More >>

THe Bloody History of Papal Rome - A Timeline

Jesuits

 

"Jesuits, or Society of Jesus: A monastic order of the Roman Catholic Church, founded (1536) in Paris by Ignatius of Loyola. Originally the special function of the order was to care for the sick and to fortify the position of the Pope within the [Roman Catholic] Church. The latter function soon became the principal one of the order and thus it is not surprising that the order was approved by Pope Paul III as early as 1540, the first generalship being vested in the founder.  Read More >>

Jesuits

Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction

 

JESUIT Extreme Oath of Induction:-- "I_______________ , now in the presence of Almighty God, the blessed Virgin Mary, the blessed St. John the Baptist,  the Holy Apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul, and all the saints, sacred host of Heaven, and to you, my Ghostly Father, the superior general of the Society of Jesus, founded by St. Ignatius Loyoly, in the pontification of Paul the III, and continued to the present, do by the womb of the Virgin, the matrix of God, and the rod of Jesus Christ, declare and swear that His Holiness, the Pope, is Christ's vice regent and is the true and only head of ; .  . ." Read More >>

Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction

Religious Doublespeak

 

Clear communication is based on the assumption that the person speaking or writing is sincere. Even if language barriers pose a problem, a sincere desire to be understood is necessary and expected in order to achieve final comprehension of what is being said. We bring in interpreters or rephrase our sentences into simpler ones so that the hearer can better understand. But when language is used insincerely or deceptively, when there is a gap between one’s real aims and one’s stated aims, communication becomes dangerous because it can numb us into a false security.  Read More >>

Religious Doublespeak

Secrets of the Vatican Exposed

 

Vatican City may have fewer than 1,000 citizens and spans only 110 acres, but it also has a multimillion-dollar budget and an unbelievably complex history. Understanding how it all works requires parsing through centuries of religious texts. Is the Vatican confusing and mysterious? Is the pope Catholic? A look behind the scenes:  . . .  Read More>>

Secrets of the Vatican Exposed

Mary and the Sun and the Seal

 

The Roman church believes that someday soon the sun will do a dance in the sky that will send the world to its knees before the church of Rome. Sun worship -- Sunday worship will be imposed upon the world. Now let's look at the sun dance that is to bring these things upon the world. "The Thunder of Justice" written and edited by Ted and Maureen Flynn, Maxkol Communications, 109 Executive Dr. Suite D, Sterling, Va 20166 This book has become one of the best selling Catholic Books on end time events. It is based on the revelations of Mary supposedly mother of Jesus.   Read More >>

Mary and the Sun and the Seal

Jesuits Accused in Lawsuit of Ignoring Abuse

 

In a Chicago lawsuit, victims of sexual abuse by priests accused Jesuit leaders of ignoring or keeping secret numerous and detailed reports about a prominent priest who abused teenage boys for decades. Lawyers said that recently released church documents demonstrated “a reckless disregard for the safety of others in the face of repeated reports of sexual misconduct” on the part of Chicago Jesuit leaders. “The former priest, Donald J. McGuire, now 80, was convicted on several counts of sex abuse in state and federal courts in 2006 and 2008, and is serving a 25-year federal sentence.”  Read More >>

Jesuits Accused in Lawsuit of Ignoring Abuse

Letter Reveals Vatican Covered up Abuse in Ireland

 

“A 1997 letter from the Vatican warned Ireland’s Catholic bishops not to report all suspected child-abuse cases to police — a disclosure that victims’ groups described as ‘the smoking gun’ needed to show that the church enforced a worldwide culture of covering up crimes by pedophile priests.” The letter shows how the Vatican stopped Irish church leaders from helping police during Ireland’s first wave of pedophile lawsuits, and undermines Vatican claims “that Rome never instructed local bishops to withhold evidence or suspicion of crimes from police.”   Read More >>

Letter Reveals Vatican Covered up Abuse in Ireland

Vatican Relates to Islam

 

Catholic and Islamic prayers have many similarities. For the Muslim, praying to Allah five times a day is altogether an act of obedience, and the prayers are always repetitive. Most prayers prayed by Catholics are also rote and repetitive, saying the rosary being the best example. Prayer beads were a part of Islamic devotion to Allah long before an apparition of the Blessed Lady taught St. Dominic to pray the rosary beads in the thirteenth century. Prayer beads, by the way, are a stock item in ancient and modern paganism . . .  Read More >>

Vatican Relates to Islam

Protestantism Destroyed

 

Protestantism is not based on reasoning, human judgment, and natural law, but on moral absolutes given by God through His Word (See John 14:6). Reverend J. A. Wylie tells us this in his book The History of Protestantism: Protestantism is not solely the outcome of human progress; it is no mere principle of perfectibility inherent in humanity...It is neither the product of the individual reason, nor the result of the joint thought and energies of the species. . . .  Read More>>

Protestantism Destroyed