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Re: Anyone know the distinction between "good gays and evil gays " ?
« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2019, 05:11:55 PM »
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  • I don't think Martin Luther would've said that gays should be able to be priests or that they are "Good."

    Also while I grant that Luther's damnation is likely, does anyone really know for sure?  Like do we really know he didn't repent in his last moments?  Do we really know with certainty on his level of culpability?  (I realize the latter question is irrelevant for feeneyites, but the former question isn't.)  Again, I agree that its highly likely, if I had to guess that's what I'd guess too, but is there any point in saying people are certainly in Hell?  What am I missing?

    Luther's last moment conversion. Right. German bull headed pride he lived with for his whole life and died with it.

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    In 1883, Sister Maria Serafina Micheli (1849-1911) was beatified in Faicchio in the province of Benevento in the diocese of Cerreto Sannita 28 May 2011, the foundress of the Sisters of the Angels, was going to Eisleben, Saxony, the birthplace of Luther. The fourth centenary of the birth of the great heretic (10 November 1483) was celebrated on that day.

    The streets were crowded, balconies included. Among the many personalities were expected at any time, with the arrival of Emperor Wilhelm I, who presided over the solemn celebrations.

    The future Blessed, noting the great hoopla was not interested in knowing the reason for this unusual animation, wanted to find a church and pray to be able to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. After walking for a while, she finally found one, but the doors were closed. She knelt on the steps for serenity prayer. As it was in the evening, she had not noticed that it was not a Catholic church, but Protestant. While praying, the angel appeared, who said to her. “Arise, because it is a Protestant church” Then he added: “But I want you to see where Martin Luther was condemned and the pain he suffered as a punishment for his pride.”

    After these words, she saw a terrible abyss of fire, where they were cruelly tortured countless souls. In the bottom of this hole there was a man, Martin Luther, which differed from the other: it was surrounded by demons that forced him to kneel, and all armed with hammers, they tried in vain , to shove a big nail in the head. Religious thought, if some of the people had seen this dramatic scene, they would not have made honors and other commemorations and celebrations for such a character.
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    PADRE PIO SAID THAT MARTIN LUTHER IS IN HELL AND CHRISTIANS WHO FOLLOW HIM WILL MEET THE SAME END
    - Fr.Stefano Manelli F.I, founder of the Franciscans of the Immaculate

    Padre Pio said that Martin Luther is in Hell and Christians today who follow him will meet the same end and those who do not submit themself to the pope and the teachings of the Catholic Church are also going to Hell.

    Father Stefano Manelli F.I founder of the Franciscans of the Immaculate writes that Martin Luther who called himself Pope Luther 1 and condemned the pope of Rome, as going to Hell, was a great heretic.

    Fr.Manelli in Il Settimanale di Padre Pio (Jan.20,2013 p.1) said that Christians today who follow Luther are also on the path to Hell.

    Fr.Manelli in the Italian weekly , mentioned that Padre Pio said those Christians who believe they can speak directly with God are also going to Hell.

    Luther believed he could speak directly with God. He was precipitated into Hell said Padre Pio.

    Fr.Stefano Manelli in his weekly column Il Pensiero di Padre Pio,Pianeta Padre Pio, wrote that Padre Pio criticized those Christians who believe they can speak directly to God and receive instructions and do not have to submit to the authority of the pope.


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    Re: Anyone know the distinction between "good gays and evil gays " ?
    « Reply #16 on: May 23, 2019, 05:16:47 PM »
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  • Is there a conflict between divine and natural law and Catholic Tradition?

    No. There is no conflict between divine and natural law and Catholic teaching before October 1958.

    There fixed it for you.


     

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