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  • Raynebeau
    started a topic Modern Roman Catholicism

    Modern Roman Catholicism

    What are some of the different categories of modern Roman Catholic people around the world? The distinctions between them are not often very clear because they can overlap or merge or blur into one another. My guess is that individual Catholics would not necessarily appreciate or agree with their labels - but those labels do at least serve as convenient definitions for discussion purposes.
    I think that the largest category of modern day Roman Catholics are the 'social' or 'nominal,' especially those living in the USA. The vast majority of then are largely uncommitted - most likely they were born or married into the Roman Catholic Church, but they have little or no knowledge of true Roman Catholic theology and who are, in practice, Catholics in name only.

  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by mica View Post


    so far you can't even answer the question already asked.

    I've answered the question several times. She has not. But, maybe, you can do so for her.

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  • Calsgal
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    I have presented plenty of proof. You just don't like it.



    I've provided my explanation. You have made it perfectly clear that you disagree, but you have not provided
    your explanation. The only conclusion I can arrive at, is that you don't know the Good News.
    You have presented no proof...only your beliefs...

    Catholics still live under the old Bad News... that iscwhy you can not define it

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  • mica
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post

    Do you even know what the "Old News" was and how it differs from the "Good News'?
    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    Whenever you're ready to begin to explain your position, I'm ready to pick apart all your errors.
    so far you can't even answer the question already asked.


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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by mica View Post
    you've provided no proof, just false teachings of the RCC.
    Anyone can compare what I've provided to anything that you have provided. All they have to do is read the
    exchanges.

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  • mica
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post
    I have presented plenty of proof. You just don't like it.

    I've provided my explanation. You have made it perfectly clear that you disagree, but you have not provided
    your explanation. The only conclusion I can arrive at, is that you don't know the Good News.
    you've provided no proof, just false teachings of the RCC.


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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post

    You have zero proof that the NT church taught or believed corrupt RC doctrine..
    I have presented plenty of proof. You just don't like it.

    It is obvious you do not know the Bad News so you can not understand the GOOD NEWS
    I've provided my explanation. You have made it perfectly clear that you disagree, but you have not provided
    your explanation. The only conclusion I can arrive at, is that you don't know the Good News.

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  • Calsgal
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    You may not like the Teachings of the Catholic Church, but that doesn't change the fact that Jesus Christ
    establioshed the Catholic Church and that the Catholic Church Teaches all that Christ commanded.

    If you consider that bad news, that is your problem. Not ours.
    You have zero proof that the NT church taught or believed corrupt RC doctrine..Jesus founded and is the head of His church

    There is no priesthood, no "man", no 7 sacraments, no immaculate conception, no assumption, no prayers to the dead , no purgatory ... all the lie of Satan


    It is obvious you do not know the Bad News so you can not understand the GOOD NEWS

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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post


    LOL!!!! I am waiting for you to realize Rome still teaches the "Bad News" and has never taught or understood the really Good news
    You may not like the Teachings of the Catholic Church, but that doesn't change the fact that Jesus Christ
    establioshed the Catholic Church and that the Catholic Church Teaches all that Christ commanded.

    If you consider that bad news, that is your problem. Not ours.

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  • Calsgal
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    Whenever you're ready to begin to explain your position, I'm ready to pick apart all your errors.

    LOL!!!! I am waiting for you to realize Rome still teaches the "Bad News" and has never taught or understood the really Good news

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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post


    Do you even know what the "Old News" was and how it differs from the "Good News'?
    Whenever you're ready to begin to explain your position, I'm ready to pick apart all your errors.

    Leave a comment:


  • Calsgal
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    You've got your answer. If you don't like it, that's your problem. Not mine.

    Do you even know what the "Old News" was and how it differs from the "Good News'?

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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post

    Looking for an answer here...please stop dodging ...
    You've got your answer. If you don't like it, that's your problem. Not mine.

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  • Calsgal
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    Originally posted by De Maria View Post

    As I said, the promised Messiah had now arrived and the promises were soon to be fulfilled. If you
    want a different answer, you need to provide it.
    Looking for an answer here...please stop dodging ...What promise? How was the "Good News" better than the old news?

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  • De Maria
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    Originally posted by Calsgal View Post

    How was His Good News better than the Old News?
    As I said, the promised Messiah had now arrived and the promises were soon to be fulfilled. If you
    want a different answer, you need to provide it.

    Leave a comment:

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