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Offline Jehanne

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This is why Protestantism is evil...
« on: June 07, 2014, 11:13:20 AM »
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  • I think it likely that he'll burn in eternal Hell:


    Offline TheKnightVigilant

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    « Reply #1 on: June 07, 2014, 02:30:28 PM »
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  • Protestantism is a form of anti-Christianity, a completely diabolical revolutionary ideology. The modern world is so twisted largely because of the effects of the reformation.


    Offline Neil Obstat

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    « Reply #2 on: June 07, 2014, 06:26:10 PM »
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    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/embed/PrPrbdonJ68[/youtube]


    This idiot doesn't know what he's talking about!  

    He's got a statue of St. Thérèse of Lisieux (19th c. France) and he thinks
    it's the Blessed Virgin Mary.  

    He's a False Prophet!  HAHAHAHAHAHA


    St. Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Flower, Patroness of Foreign Missions:







    Near the beginning you can see the white paint worn off on top exposing her black veil's original color.  Also, the left arm of Our Lord on the crucifix is broken off, so it might have already been abused in some satanist ceremony.
    But then, this is just another satanist ceremony, when you get down to it.


    Notice at the end when he cries out "God is the greatest!" three times.  

    He's ready to convert to Mohammadism, because that's the translation of "Allahu akbar!" as they would have it in English.  Then he could bash in the skulls of real people instead of dead statues.  He'd be much happier that way, I'm sure.  While it lasts, that is, his happiness would be short-lived.

    But any way you look at it, his happiness is short lived.  Poor man.  Pitiful.


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    Offline Neil Obstat

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    This is why Protestantism is evil...
    « Reply #3 on: June 07, 2014, 06:54:52 PM »
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    The current top comment is pretty good:

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    Hey y'all--I just learned that at the Oklahoma courthouse/government center they now have a pentagram and a life size image of baphomet (the image used as the symbol for the devil on tarot cards and other places) now you have the opportunity to protest REAL satanic idols. isn't that great? ......wait a minute, nobody's moving......don't you want to protest satanic images instead of images of Jesus and Mary??....anybody? ........hmmmm

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    This one, too:

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    2 months ago
     
    There are many similarities between protestants and Satanists.  
    1. their hatred of sacramental (Crucifixes & images of Jesus & Mary);  
    2. their desecration (destruction) of Holy objects;  
    3. their disdain for the Holy Mother of Jesus etc.

    However, Satanists differ in one way: That is, they are intelligent enough to believe in the True Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, which they also desecrate in their black masses, along with the other sacramental afore mentioned.  Oh & Satanists are intelligent enough to know that they are doing satan's work.  The proties, not so much :D
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    And then there is the church of nice:

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    We Catholics do respect whatever religion you have. We are all children of God. Just respect and do good things from one another as our God teach us. May the Lord God continue to guide you on what you are doing and lead you to the correct path of loving all the people around you. 
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    Offline TheKnightVigilant

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    This is why Protestantism is evil...
    « Reply #4 on: June 07, 2014, 07:17:21 PM »
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  • Protestant iconoclasm has never been motivated by authentic religious sentiment or righteous indignation, anyway. It has always been part of the ideological campaign against Catholicism. It's a form of cultural warfare. The Prots needed to eradicate every remnant of the beauty of the Catholic world in order that they may substitute their world of heretical ugliness in it's place. The same basic tactics have been employed by all revolutionaries.


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    « Reply #5 on: June 08, 2014, 01:05:38 AM »
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  • There's little difference anymore –the world's all upside down. We've got a *Lutheran* place of worship that does incense and believes in a Real Presence (and I'm not one to say, because it's confusing to me, and we live in really weird times, so I cross myself when I drive by there, *just in case.*) The place is dudded up with statues, an attached altar, communion rails (I've seen pictures), a giant crucifix probably on the scale of the Christ the Redeemer over the altar, a Holy Mother statue, and EVERYTHING! (The STATIONS!!! *Hello!*)

    And the leader (who is part of a heirarchy of some sort; not sure what it is, but it's recognized legit by other Lutherans, I think, though not well-respected), he uses a real actual aspergillum with holy water! They celebrate *old-style Holy Days of Obligation* that most N.O. Cats have no clue about. —And their music! I'd thought it would be like the Anglican Use book, but it's freakin CHANT. I think (wouldn't promise, but think) they've got MONKS! Like, REAL ones. And vestments...! They put most conciliar parishes TO SHAME.

    From what I can tell, it's not smells and bells: they believe it! They have ROSARY CRUSADES! Daily services they call "Mass". (I'm not a Lutheran, at all, BUT these congregants say they're taught that the Reformation was "misunderstood" by ECLA/Lutherans, and one told me "they" think Luther went overboard in his later years. They divide "early Luther" and "later [nut?] Luther" or something. That's why they still do Unction and Confession and ..well, *Catholic* things.)

    And it's horribly confusing because the Anglican Use was/is accepted by New!Rome (though the one I know doesn't have Frank hanging up; they've stuck with Benedict), and (2) this Lutheran parish (part of a "breakaway" synod) literally LOOKS more Catholic than it could possibly be (unless they trace generations back to Luther, I suppose; no idea how that could work). But it IS more Catholic (at least in attempt and desire) than the NO parishes I've seen.

    And I'm fairly EENS, Unam Sanctum all the way! I fear Boniface VIII was overlooked and should probably be canonized just for that (and a few other things). He's a favorite of mine.

    But it's just so hard to tell what the visible Church is anymore :idea: So it's confusing since, yes, all Protestantism is by definition evil (protesting Our Lord!  :furtive: ) but what is "good" in this age? Do we hold responsible TODAY people who attend reverently the only parish they grew up with, are interested in Church history, know the Fathers, and the old prayers, and so forth? Just like non-sede Catholics might look on Frank or Wojtyla and possibly say, "oops!", I find it hard to point such Lutherans to a "recognizes Rome" parish that hangs up Frank's picture, probably beside the Mandela and Obama pictures. And I mean, REALLY hard.

    Sorry I wrote a book. The topic gets to me. :/ The harvest seems ripe but who's doing the harvesting? And do we help harvest, only to throw the potential wheat in with the weeds? Very sad.
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    « Reply #6 on: June 08, 2014, 04:02:55 AM »
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  • Remember that Protestantism is not a defined set of religious beliefs or dogmas, but a revolutionary ideological movement. It is the spirit of rebellion against God and the order he has imposed upon creation. This rebellious spirit rots everything it touches, and Catholics are susceptible to it's corruption. For almost four and a half centuries after the Protestant revolt, the Catholic Church and it's hierarchy were able, to a great extent, to hold back the forces of protestant anti-Christ rebellion, even as the revolution swept away the old world, which the Catholic Church had created and nourished, from under it's feet. The council changed all of that. One could say that Vatican II was the triumph of the Protestant reformation.

    Therefore, we should not be surprised to see that many Catholics today are more protestant than the protestants. Vatican II convinced Catholics that the revolution was from God, and now they are caught in the fervour.

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    « Reply #7 on: June 08, 2014, 09:56:22 AM »
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  • Don't you just love the protty hypocrites who bash us for keeping statues...as they set up their nativity sets?
    "Kindness is for fools! They [modernists] want to be treated with oil, soap, and caresses, but they ought to be beaten with fists. In a duel, you don't count or measure the blows, you strike as you can. War is not made with charity. It is a struggle, a duel." -- Pope St. Pius X


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    « Reply #8 on: June 08, 2014, 05:49:58 PM »
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  • Quote from: StCeciliasGirl
    There's little difference anymore –the world's all upside down. We've got a *Lutheran* place of worship that does incense and believes in a Real Presence (and I'm not one to say, because it's confusing to me, and we live in really weird times, so I cross myself when I drive by there, *just in case.*) The place is dudded up with statues, an attached altar, communion rails (I've seen pictures), a giant crucifix probably on the scale of the Christ the Redeemer over the altar, a Holy Mother statue, and EVERYTHING! (The STATIONS!!! *Hello!*)

    And the leader (who is part of a heirarchy of some sort; not sure what it is, but it's recognized legit by other Lutherans, I think, though not well-respected), he uses a real actual aspergillum with holy water! They celebrate *old-style Holy Days of Obligation* that most N.O. Cats have no clue about. —And their music! I'd thought it would be like the Anglican Use book, but it's freakin CHANT. I think (wouldn't promise, but think) they've got MONKS! Like, REAL ones. And vestments...! They put most conciliar parishes TO SHAME.

    From what I can tell, it's not smells and bells: they believe it! They have ROSARY CRUSADES! Daily services they call "Mass". (I'm not a Lutheran, at all, BUT these congregants say they're taught that the Reformation was "misunderstood" by ECLA/Lutherans, and one told me "they" think Luther went overboard in his later years. They divide "early Luther" and "later [nut?] Luther" or something. That's why they still do Unction and Confession and ..well, *Catholic* things.)

    And it's horribly confusing because the Anglican Use was/is accepted by New!Rome (though the one I know doesn't have Frank hanging up; they've stuck with Benedict), and (2) this Lutheran parish (part of a "breakaway" synod) literally LOOKS more Catholic than it could possibly be (unless they trace generations back to Luther, I suppose; no idea how that could work). But it IS more Catholic (at least in attempt and desire) than the NO parishes I've seen.


    I know, it's weird. It just shows how weird Protestantism can be. It runs the gamut from "Christian rock bands wearing vestments" to "Looks Catholic, smells Catholic, is actually not Catholic".

    @Charlemagne - if anything, they're even more hypocritical for believing in sola scriptura but not accepting the idea of the Virgin Mary because it's clear as day in the first 2 chapters of the Gospel of Luke. The first chapter, especially.
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    « Reply #9 on: June 11, 2014, 01:51:43 PM »
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  • It is no sin if the wraith of God descends upon him. He also defamed a statue of my favourite saint.
    But St Therese laughs at him, forseeing that his hour of darkness shall come.


     

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