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Ex-Novice Critically Examines Roman Catholicism

Catholic Concerns: Where Does the Road to Rome Lead?
By Mary Ann Collins
IUniverse, 2008, 272 pages

If you browse through a Christian bookstore these days, there’s an excellent chance you won’t see any critical examinations of Roman Catholicism on the shelves. 345 more words

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Denominational History

I forgot the main verse in the boxes that I wanted to present to you. 1st Corinthians 1:10 says, I beseech you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ that you all speak the same thing and that there be no divisions among you. 7 more words

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Pope to China Catholics: Make gestures showing communion

Source: Associated Press

By NICOLE WINFIELD

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis urged Chinese Catholics on Wednesday to show they are in full communion with the Holy See, amid what appears to be another stall in the Vatican’s longstanding attempts to reach a deal with Beijing over bishop nominations. 133 more words

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Few lines about Truth.

A ‘Half Truth’ is a ‘Whole Lie’.

Truth is like a seed. While you were busy thinking, ‘I have buried it years ago. So no one can detect.’, it has grown into a tree in its full majesty and now everyone can see what was buried there long ago. 128 more words

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Indian archbishop urges Catholics to pray for democracy

Source: Associated Press

NEW DELHI (AP) — The archbishop of New Delhi has waded into Indian politics, urging Catholics to pray for democracy and marginalized people ahead of national elections next year, bringing a quick rebuke from the ruling party. 82 more words

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Spanish Jesuit turns to Christ and renounces Catholicism

Why I Became a Protestant
By Luis Padrosa
Moody Colportage Library, #240, 1953, 65 pages

Moody Press published over 500 booklets as part of its Colportage Library series including “Why I Became a Protestant” by Luis Padrosa, an ex-Jesuit priest and the founder of the Loyola Institute of Barcelona, Spain. 253 more words

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I Think Benedict has been a Pope Too Long

Pope Benedict kisses the Koran all the while negating the blood of Christ. This Holy See deserves a F for fraud. The Korean and the Bible are not alike. 88 more words

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