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    Although the Roman Catholic Church falsely claims that their ritual of the Mass in no way detracts from the atonement of Christ, the Roman Catholic Church nevertheless believes and teaches that it is principally through their Mass that the blessings of Christ's death are applied to believers. Roman Catholicism teaches that in the Mass, Christ it actually, in a very real sense, re-sacrificed - but to qualify their position, the Roman Catholic Church quickly adds that their Mass is NOT a re-crucifixion of Jesus Christ - meaning that Jesus does not literally suffer and die again, but it is much more than merely a memorial service. Roman Catholic poster boy, Karl Keating, director of "Catholic Answers" cites Rev. John A. O'Brien as correctly describing the Mass; "The Mass is the renewal and perpetuation of the sacrifice of the Cross in the sense that it offers anew to God the Victim of Calvary... and applies the fruits of Christ's death upon the cross to individual human souls."
    RC's do know God, but the Bible indicates that it is a knowledge in condemnation, a knowledge enabling them to know things about themselves and the world around them, even though they suppress the truth of God which makes such knowledge possible.

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    Originally posted by Raynebeau View Post
    Although the Roman Catholic Church falsely claims that their ritual of the Mass in no way detracts from the atonement of Christ, the Roman Catholic Church nevertheless believes and teaches that it is principally through their Mass that the blessings of Christ's death are applied to believers. Roman Catholicism teaches that in the Mass, Christ it actually, in a very real sense, re-sacrificed - but to qualify their position, the Roman Catholic Church quickly adds that their Mass is NOT a re-crucifixion of Jesus Christ - meaning that Jesus does not literally suffer and die again, but it is much more than merely a memorial service. Roman Catholic poster boy, Karl Keating, director of "Catholic Answers" cites Rev. John A. O'Brien as correctly describing the Mass; "The Mass is the renewal and perpetuation of the sacrifice of the Cross in the sense that it offers anew to God the Victim of Calvary... and applies the fruits of Christ's death upon the cross to individual human souls."
    (Chuckle!!) That's a GOOD fantasy - interesting, but IMPOSSIBLE for anybody familiar with the Bible to take seriously.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Raynebeau View Post
      Although the Roman Catholic Church falsely claims that their ritual of the Mass in no way detracts from the atonement of Christ, the Roman Catholic Church nevertheless believes and teaches that it is principally through their Mass that the blessings of Christ's death are applied to believers. Roman Catholicism teaches that in the Mass, Christ it actually, in a very real sense, re-sacrificed - but to qualify their position, the Roman Catholic Church quickly adds that their Mass is NOT a re-crucifixion of Jesus Christ - meaning that Jesus does not literally suffer and die again, but it is much more than merely a memorial service. Roman Catholic poster boy, Karl Keating, director of "Catholic Answers" cites Rev. John A. O'Brien as correctly describing the Mass; "The Mass is the renewal and perpetuation of the sacrifice of the Cross in the sense that it offers anew to God the Victim of Calvary... and applies the fruits of Christ's death upon the cross to individual human souls."
      the catholic Mass has nothing of Christ or the fruits of the cross to 'apply' to anyone. the mass is a man made ritual from the pits of hell. In all of the years I attended mass (6-7 times a week during the school months) I never saw a 'fruit of the cross' applied to anyone. a catholic running out of the church in search of Christ and the truth of Him would be a 'fruit of the cross'. It's a dead place with a dead ritual where spiritual starvation is front and center.

      "I was changed, redeemed, forgiven before the blood was dry.

      The debt I owed was canceled in the twinkling of an eye."

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Raynebeau View Post
        Although the Roman Catholic Church falsely claims that their ritual of the Mass in no way detracts from the atonement of Christ, the Roman Catholic Church nevertheless believes and teaches that it is principally through their Mass that the blessings of Christ's death are applied to believers. Roman Catholicism teaches that in the Mass, Christ it actually, in a very real sense, re-sacrificed - but to qualify their position, the Roman Catholic Church quickly adds that their Mass is NOT a re-crucifixion of Jesus Christ - meaning that Jesus does not literally suffer and die again, but it is much more than merely a memorial service. Roman Catholic poster boy, Karl Keating, director of "Catholic Answers" cites Rev. John A. O'Brien as correctly describing the Mass; "The Mass is the renewal and perpetuation of the sacrifice of the Cross in the sense that it offers anew to God the Victim of Calvary... and applies the fruits of Christ's death upon the cross to individual human souls."
        The ccc also says it's the risen Christ on the cross🤪
        Eph 5:11 And do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead even expose them NASB

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mica View Post
          the catholic Mass has nothing of Christ or the fruits of the cross to 'apply' to anyone. the mass is a man made ritual from the pits of hell. In all of the years I attended mass (6-7 times a week during the school months) I never saw a 'fruit of the cross' applied to anyone. a catholic running out of the church in search of Christ and the truth of Him would be a 'fruit of the cross'. It's a dead place with a dead ritual where spiritual starvation is front and center.
          And it gets even crazier, because the RCC made up more of their own teaching which says that the "fruit" of Christ's death is actually applied at the Mass. So one can then begin to see why Roman Catholics attach such importance to this unbiblical practice. The Roman Catholic Catechism cites the Council of Trent as providing the standard Catholic view: "this sacrifice [of the Mass] is truly propitiatory... through the Mass we obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need. for by this oblation the Lord is appeased...and He pardons wrong doing and sins, even grave ones."
          RC's do know God, but the Bible indicates that it is a knowledge in condemnation, a knowledge enabling them to know things about themselves and the world around them, even though they suppress the truth of God which makes such knowledge possible.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Raynebeau View Post
            Although the Roman Catholic Church falsely claims that their ritual of the Mass in no way detracts from the atonement of Christ, the Roman Catholic Church nevertheless believes and teaches that it is principally through their Mass that the blessings of Christ's death are applied to believers. Roman Catholicism teaches that in the Mass, Christ it actually, in a very real sense, re-sacrificed - but to qualify their position, the Roman Catholic Church quickly adds that their Mass is NOT a re-crucifixion of Jesus Christ - meaning that Jesus does not literally suffer and die again, but it is much more than merely a memorial service. Roman Catholic poster boy, Karl Keating, director of "Catholic Answers" cites Rev. John A. O'Brien as correctly describing the Mass; "The Mass is the renewal and perpetuation of the sacrifice of the Cross in the sense that it offers anew to God the Victim of Calvary... and applies the fruits of Christ's death upon the cross to individual human souls."
            Is this just idol incoherent rambling, or is there any sort of point or question involved here Ray?
            "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views. Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mysterium Fidei View Post

              Is this just idol incoherent rambling, or is there any sort of point or question involved here Ray?
              that is certainly a good description of what goes on in a Mass.

              "I was changed, redeemed, forgiven before the blood was dry.

              The debt I owed was canceled in the twinkling of an eye."

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mysterium Fidei View Post

                Is this just idol incoherent rambling, or is there any sort of point or question involved here Ray?
                Maybe you could answer the question and then we might see what you think. By the way did you mean idle or idol either way it is just what the RCC does at every mass.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mysterium Fidei View Post

                  Is this just idol incoherent rambling, or is there any sort of point or question involved here Ray?
                  It's "Idle" (chuckle)

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