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truebeliever 04-24-2005 09:09 PM

Wonders Never Cease. Is The Catholic Church Getting Some Balls?
Now all they have to do is DIRECTLY assault the current wave of Imperialism and social scams being put over the people by polititions and the Catholic Church may have redeemed itself by a few percentage points.

Add in there also a DIRECT assault on the Beast System being set up around us and i'm back in confession!

But they better have no quibbles about it. I want to see a few polititions and bankers labelled what they are...E-V-I-L.

If the Catholic Church cant do this they deserve a swift death.

By: Gordon Bishop

Beware liberals, Marxists, Communists, atheists, agnostics and relativists!

The new Pope, German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, challenges your ideology that "there are no absolute truths."

That simply means the liberal-Marxist "relativists" and secularists do not believe that reality is black or white, right or wrong, good or bad. Itís just a gray, foggy world with no real "absolute truths."

America has become a "relativist, secularist" society where faith, God or religion donít really matter. Its "anything goes" and "do your own thing," regardless of the consequences.

No consequences. No conscience. Everyoneís out for themselves.

It comes down to conservative "truths" versus meaningless "relativism."

Pope Benedict XVI, the successor of popular Pope John Paul II, has warned the faithful about tendencies that he considers dangers to the their faiths.

"Having a clear faith, based on the creed of the church, is often labeled today as Ďfundamentalism,í" Pope Benedict said upon his election as the Vicar, or Bishop of the Vatican.

"We are moving towards a dictatorship of relativism, which does not recognize anything as definitive and has as its highest value in oneís own ego and oneís own desires," the conservative Pope declared in his first speech to the public.

Ratzinger served Pope Jean Paul II since 1981 as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. In that position, he has disciplined church dissidents and upheld church policy against attempts by "liberals for reform." The new Pope turned 78 on April 16.

John Paul II was considered the most popular Pope since Jesus Christ selected his disciple, St. Peter, as the first Pope of the Catholic Church 2,000 years ago.

Pope Benedict XVI is expected to continue in the conservative tradition of Pope John Paul II. Benedict comes from the Latin for "blessing."

Like John Paul II of Poland, Benedict XVI grew up under the heel of Adolph Hitler in Germany. Son of a Bavarian policeman, the young Catholic Joseph Ratzinger was forced in 1941 at the age of 14 to enroll in Hitlerís youth movement. Membership was compulsory under one of the worldís most destructive dictators. The teenager was soon let out because of his studies for the priesthood. Two years later, the future Pope was drafted into a Nazi anti-aircraft unit as a helper, a common fate for teenage boys too young to be soldiers.

Enrolled as a soldier at 18, in the last months of the war, Joseph barely finished basic training.

Joseph Ratzinger, who became Cardinal in Munich, knew what it was to live in a "Culture of Death." As a priest, he knew what it was to experience the "Culture of Life."

Therein lies the great divide between the conflict in America and socialist Europe today between the progressive, liberal "Culture of Death" and the conservative Catholic "Culture of Life," beginning with "Life at Conception."

Both Pope John Paul and Pope Benedict XVI believe in Jesus Christís mission in creating a "Culture of Life" for all humans, whether Christian, Hebrew or any religious denomination.

The liberal media and their liberal-socialist followers already have come down hard on Pope Benedict. They are opposed to the conservative Popesí positions on abortion, same-sex marriage and their resisting the marriage of priests, or permitting women from becoming priests.

The Left wants to change the rules of a 2,000-year-old tradition of faith as set forth in the New Testament, or Bible.

The progressives want to rewrite the Christian Bible to satisfy their own modern desires to be free to do whatever they please.

The progressives are free to join any religious denomination they want. Thatís why thereís atheism and agnosticism for those who donít believe in a God and are incapable of comprehending life after death. Death died when Jesus was Resurrected three days after he was crucified.

Jesus and his followers are all about Life Ė not Death.

Like Pope John Paul, this will be the true test of Pope Benedictís mission in the 21st Century: Jesusí vision of a Culture of Life over the Culture of Death.

God Bless John Paulís faithful friend and successor.

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nomad 04-24-2005 10:08 PM

Re: Wonders Never Cease. Is The Catholic Church Getting Some Balls?
One interesting aspect of the Catholic church

is that the Vatican can and does print its own

money which was exchangeable at par with the

Italian lira. In theory the Catholic church could

have done some serious damage to the Italian

branch of the NWO via this tool. Does anybody

know more about this ?

get_real 04-25-2005 05:40 AM

Re: Wonders Never Cease. Is The Catholic Church Getting Some Balls?

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