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Message Subject Freemason scumbags, you won't win
Poster Handle K.Kool
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What makes you think the catholics are against the masons?
 Quoting: hunter 29389655

The answer is.....Indoctrination by the catholic church and any catholic who differs/voices their opinion from the "teachings"(bible bashing)of the catholic church, risks "ex-communcation" by that church.

Fear is used aganst "will" or "free thinking" Christians.

Freemasonry has NOTHING to do with the catholic church.Idol1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32164125

On the contrary, Catholics have a wide range of opinions
and have free speech, we're not living in the dark ages.
 Quoting: K.Kool

Good thing too. During the dark ages (your "church" made it dark by the way) you people killed MILLIONS of God's true saints.

Your' "church" was absolutely DRUNKEN with the blood of the saints. Your previous antichrist (pope) even admitted to 50 million murders by the papacy. The real numbers are closer to 200 million, between 538 AD and 1798 AD.

And you, being an asshole who actually DEFENDS those who torture, and murder (in the most gruesome ways imaginable), are equally guilty before God, as you worship the great whore, known as the Roman Papacy. The one that the beast will turn on, and scorch with fire, after it finally realizes it's been had.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21657648

Link to the Pope's admission?

From what I have learned so far, it seems most of the deaths were a result of rulers and kings, rather than the Church.

"Hence, the occasional executions of heretics during this period must be ascribed partly to the arbitrary action of individual rulers, partly to the fanatic outbreaks of the overzealous populace, and in no wise to ecclesiastical law or the ecclesiastical authorities. There were already, it is true, canonists who conceded to the Church the right to pronounce sentence of death on heretics; but the question was treated as a purely academic one, and the theory exercised virtually no influence on real life. Excommunication, proscription, imprisonment, etc., were indeed inflicted, being intended rather as forms of atonement than of real punishment, but never the capital sentence. The maxim of Peter Cantor was still adhered to: "Catharists, even though divinely convicted in an ordeal, must not be punished by death."

[link to www.newadvent.org]
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