Did Vaticans Amazon Synod get blood money from pro- abortion Ford Foundation ?

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No they didn't. The early Church was riven by sects and error.
It was riven again when the Bible was made widely available and each man gave it his own interpretation.
The early Catholics recognized the pope as the visible symbol of church unity.
This is why the identity of the true pope is so importent.

Im not going over all the arguments again.
Bottom line here.

Francis 1st has not succeeded to the Chair of St Peter..

The Chair remains occupied by Pope Benedict whose attempted resignation from the Chair was flawed and canonically invalid.
 

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It certainly accelerated matters.
So you think that the fact that more people had Bibles in their possession through the invention of the printing press was as such a bad thing?
 

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So you think that the fact that more people had Bibles in their possession through the invention of the printing press was as such a bad thing?
Are you going to say something worthwhile,
or continue with your usual loaded questions?
 

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The early Catholics recognized the pope as the visible symbol of church unity.
This is why the identity of the true pope is so importent.

Im not going over all the arguments again.
Bottom line here.

Francis 1st has not succeeded to the Chair of St Peter..

The Chair remains occupied by Pope Benedict whose attempted resignation from the Chair was flawed and canonically invalid.
By what authority do you say this?
(Likes reading, movies and a gsoh won't do it).
 

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Are you going to say something worthwhile,
or continue with your usual loaded questions?
Oh quit with the passive aggression, the question was not loaded. With was merely asking if what seemed implied in an answer was actually being implied.
 

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So you think that the fact that more people had Bibles in their possession through the invention of the printing press was as such a bad thing?

In a sense it was, because people who are not very educated tend to take everything written down literally. That goes back to the old idea that writing is magical. You even see it in our own day. If someone slanders you verbally its not considered nearly as bad as if they do it in writing.
 

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In a sense it was, because people who are not very educated tend to take everything written down literally. That goes back to the old idea that writing is magical. You even see it in our own day. If someone slanders you verbally its not considered nearly as bad as if they do it in writing.
The whole notion though that the Bible was not widely available before the printing press was invented is wrong though. Even if people could not read they would have heard the Bible read at "Third Order" conventicles, etc. Basically what Ted was doing was agreeing with Protestant propaganda.
 

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The Field Marshal will be delighted to learn that Pope John Paul II was also a great fan of Pachamama.

John Paul II‟s“Mass”in 2002 in Mexico City, which incorporated the customs of the demonic Aztec culture.Indians danced before the altar wearing headdresses and breastplates and some left their midriffs exposed. As they performed, the snake-like hiss of rattles and the beating of tom-toms could be heard.John Paul II himself was actually the recipient of a pagan “purification” ritual which a woman performed .


 

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The whole notion though that the Bible was not widely available before the printing press was invented is wrong though. Even if people could not read they would have heard the Bible read at "Third Order" conventicles, etc. Basically what Ted was doing was agreeing with Protestant propaganda.
Y'see, I was bang on about you.
I didn't give you your moment so you took it anyway.
So predictable.
 
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