Tag: ecumenism

Point of View

There's an interesting post on The Dawn Patrol about counterproductive evangelization. Specifically, several Catholics clumsily tried to convert her from Protestantism. I understand the reasoning, but the approach left a lot to be desired. I have a news flash for self-righteous catechism thumpers. Protestants aren't the spawn of Satan. Nor are they doomed to Hell. …

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Chick This Out

A Saintly Salmagundi reminded me of someone who makes my blood boil – Jack Chick. It’s one thing to think Catholic teachings are unbiblical, but resorting to poor scholarship and outright lies to turn people against the Church is un-Christian. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor The Nightmare World of Jack T. …

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True Gospel?

More on sheep stealing: The Agape Press says that "residents of the Central American nation are hungry for the true gospel". What’s implied here is that Catholicism doesn’t teach the true Gospel. Sometimes Evangelicals really drive me nuts. El Salvador Fertile Soil for the Gospel of Christ, Missionary Says By Allie Martin June 8, 2004 …

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Bitter-sweet

Moved by the Spirit to Govern BRASILIA, Brazil ? Most of the books on Adelor Vieira’s desk are what you’d expect for a congressman busy with the machinery of state: a copy of the civil code, a handy reference guide to laws on local governance. But tucked to one side, within easy reach, lies the …

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United We Stand

Divided we fall. John Paul has pointed out something that I should keep in mind when I'm trying to protect the Church from heterodoxy. Pope wants bishops to heal divisions in Church "Pope John Paul II has told a number of bishops of the US that one of the most important tasks of a bishop …

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