Roman Catholicism

Articles exploring Roman Catholicism, the doctrines and traditions of Rome, salvation according to Rome and more.

Pope Francis promotes Religious Unity – “We are all Children of God”

Roman Catholics believe that the Pope is the Head of the True Church of Jesus Christ on earth. This makes his words extremely significant to the hundreds of millions of Roman Catholics worldwide. Thankfully, we also have the Bible today in languages we can understand, so we do have the opportunity to compare what the […]

The Untold History of the Bible

This 3 hours video documents key facts in the history of the Bible and the church leading up to the present day. It especially reveals the historical opposition of the Roman Church to the Scriptures themselves.

Pope Francis apparently teaches that Good Works without Faith will bring Salvation

I refer you to http://www.examiner.com/article/pope-francis-promises-redemption-for-good-atheists

Should We Approach Jesus through Mother Mary?

The Catechism of the Catholic Church says:

2679 Mary is the perfect Orans (pray-er), a figure of the Church. When we pray to her, we are adhering with her to the plan of the Father, who sends his Son to save all men. Like the beloved disciple we welcome Jesus' mother into our homes, for she has become the mother of all the living. We can pray with and to her. The prayer of the Church is sustained by the prayer of Mary and united with it in hope. Reference

Is Mary as taught by Roman Catholics the Way to Salvation?

Roman Catholics have for centuries had a concept of Mary, the mother of Jesus, which goes far beyond, and even contradicts what the Bible says about her.

Pope John Paul II states in his book 'Theotokos' pg 234: "On Calvary, Mary united herself to the sacrifice of her Son and made her own maternal contribution to the work of salvation, which took the form of labor pains, the birth of the new humanity."

Did “Saint” Augustine pray to Mary?

"Saint" Augustine of Hippo (354-430) was an extremely prolific write of the 4th and 5th century. After living an extremely ungodly life full of sexual sin, he converted to Christianity and later became the Bishop of Hippo, a North African colony.

Christianity

Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.To be a Christian you must at the very least come to believe certain things about the identity of this Jesus who lived on earth approximately 2000 years ago, and furthermore, you must confess this belief before men (Matthew 10:33).

Ignatius – Bishop of Antioch – Alleged writer of many False Roman Catholic Doctrines

If you want to find the origins of some of the extra-biblical doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church, you ought to check out the alleged writings of good ‘ole “Saint” Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch. Recent popes have emphasized the importance of the writings of St Ignatius. He is seen as a kind of bridge between the Apostles and the Roman Catholic church. The integrity therefore of this “bridge” ought to be carefully evaluated BEFORE you entrust your eternal soul to it.

Brian Houston of Hillsong praises Pope and Papacy

 

Irish Catholic Priest turns from Tradition to Truth

RICHARD BENNETT’S LIFE TESTIMONY

From Tradition to Truth

The Early Years

Born Irish, in a family of eight, my early childhood was fulfilled and happy. My father was a colonel in the Irish Army until he
retired when I was about nine. As a family, we loved to play, sing, and act, all within a military camp in Dublin.

 

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