Protestant/Other Christians

Answering Seventh Day Adventists

September 7, 2011

I found this great little summary of errors of Seventh Day Adventism. This sect of Christianity claims that Christians should not worship on Sunday, which is the “sign of the beast’, but that we should all worship on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath. This article summarizes their beliefs, errors, thoughts on Catholics and how to respond. [...]

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Funny Joke about Denominations

August 3, 2011

This is an old joke by Emo Philips, once ranked as the funniest religious joke of all time: Once I saw this guy on a bridge about to jump. I said, “Don’t do it!” He said, “Nobody loves me.” I said, “God loves you. Do you believe in God?” He said, “Yes.” I said, “Are [...]

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Do We Really Have a Pope? Some Say “NO”

June 15, 2011

There are several groups of schismatic Catholics who are called Sedvacanist. The word means “empty chair.” They think they are more Catholic than the Pope. They claim that Vatican II was illegitimate, there is no pope in Peter’s Chair and the new Mass is invalid. Such nonsense needs to be refuted since too many fall [...]

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Detroit Archbishop Warns against Dissidents’ Group

June 7, 2011

Archbishop Vigneron has warned the faithful in Detroit (and others also) against attending the liturgy that will accompany the American Catholic Council June 11-12. They are a amalgamated group of malcontents, heretics, dissenters, feminists and hippie-left-overs from the 60′s and 70′s. They want to re-create the Church in their distorted image. For more info read [...]

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Jesus Will Return May 21, 2011 … Rats! And I Had Plans!

May 20, 2011

Reposted from a month ago – since it will all happen this Saturday!! At least I will be in Jerusalem and see it first hand when he descends to the Mount of Olives! Nut cases never seem to learn from history, or from the Bible for that matter. Jesus said no one knows the day [...]

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More Devout – Protestant Europe vs. Catholic Europe?

April 25, 2011

Here is a video I made today in the rain. I am ever impressed with Rome and her 910 churches. Europe has serious problems, but there is a bright light still shining. Enjoy this 3 minute video and be proud! UPDATE TUESDAY: Maybe the full chapel was an anomaly yesterday. We went back for Mass [...]

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Bill Boards, and mailers, and websites, oh my!!

April 13, 2011

Posted by Jesse Ray: I put on my emergency flashers when I saw it on I-275. I had to pull over for a quick picture because I had never before seen a church advertise like it was a casino. Northridge+Easter=”Winning!” Next, a similar looking mailer came in the mail saying, “Easter comes once a year…<yawn>” [...]

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Evangelicals with Statues?

March 9, 2011

Today I took off running through a commercial area behind the hotel. I discovered a nice jogging trail through the woods so I swung onto the trail and headed through the trees. Soon I came into the open to see a beautiful lake. A sign caught my eye. It had an arrow pointing to “Baptismal [...]

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Evangelicals Dropping Out

February 13, 2011

A friend named Lenny wrote: I find this article interesting because what has filled many Evangelical Churches are people  who were previously Catholic.   And when I have run into these people they would tell me  they “used to be Catholic” and would want to tell me their story. The number of people attending church services [...]

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The Gospel According to Reformer John Calvin

February 6, 2011

Heres the real Calvinist translation of John 3:16 For God so loved the elect, that He gave His only Son, that whomsoever He had chosen to not perish but have eternal life should believe in Him. For God sent His Son to condemn the world, and to save the elect.”

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Individually Sealed Communion Kit

January 12, 2011

Isn’t it great to be Protestant? (chuckle)  You can now take Communion safely with these nice prepackaged crackers and grapejuice. Just pull off the hermetically sealed top and “commune.” Yum! I am so glad to be a Catholic!!  (click in image for larger image)

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The Rapture is Coming! Don’t Get Left Behind!

January 3, 2011

Pack your bags — opps, that’s a waste of time ‘cuz you can’t take anything with you. Hum, well, OK, then get right with God quick — wait, you should do that anyway. No, I didn’t mean that literally — don’t WAIT! Do it! Just get ready — the Rapture is coming May 11, 2011 [...]

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Anglican Bishop Says Good-bye to 75 Parishes …

November 29, 2010

… as he says Hello to Rome. Here is Bishop Burnham’s “Farewell Sermon.” For the whole story and text of the sermon, click here. One has to respect the sacrifice and integrity of such a man! We welcome him and pray for God’s blessing. On our last pilgrimage-cruise, Fr Stephen Gideon told us his agonizing [...]

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Priestesses? Why Only Boys Can be Daddies!

November 21, 2010

This is an excellent audio talk by Peter Kreeft on why the Catholic Church has a male-only priesthood. Why Only Boys Can Be Daddies It was only a month ago we were in Israel and a group of Anglican priests and priestesses stayed in the same hotel. Some of the men wore pinkish-purple shirts with [...]

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Protestants Changing Views on Mary

November 10, 2010

Since we are having Mass at Mary’s House today in Ephesus, I thought I would share this article. When I was an Evangelical I never recall hearing a sermon on Mary. To do so would put the pastor in danger of becoming a bit “Catholic.” But, I hope those days are changing. Here is an [...]

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“Christian” School Textbooks

October 13, 2010

There are many Catholics who send their kids to “Christian” (READ: Protestant) schools. This is of course their right, but not all of them know what their children are being taught. Here are a few pages from a textbook we used for our kids before we became Catholic. This is typical of “Christian” school textbooks. [...]

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