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Yes, Isis and Horus are really enchanting.

Strip away all the gold and silver and you just have a bunch of child molesting freaks, though.
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I can't see embeded vids, can someone tell me what it is? Is it about Mel Gibson?
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I only had time to watch the first one this morning but will come back to see the others after work.
Summary...you will see images of Mass being celebrated in different settings, scenes from weddings, baptisms and the sacraments, priests blessing the people and basically seeing images of Catholics sharing their faith and enjoying Communion with their Creator and Lord Jesus Christ who promised before his Ascension to be with them in Spirit and in the Eucharist until he comes again.
It was very nice to watch for me.
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Oh yes, most definately, aaaaah your kind hold bloodshed and demon-worship so close to your hearts don't you xD



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I only had time to watch the first one this morning but will come back to see the others after work.
Summary...you will see images of Mass being celebrated in different settings, scenes from weddings, baptisms and the sacraments, priests blessing the people and basically seeing images of Catholics sharing their faith and enjoying Communion with their Creator and Lord Jesus Christ who promised before his Ascension to be with them in Spirit and in the Eucharist until he comes again.
It was very nice to watch for me.
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Thank you for your summary, I especially liked the in-bold.
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I can't get over all the people, the generations in these
images praying, in love with God. This isn't a for Catholics only thread, God is going to enlighten the world soon, everyone will be Catholic. Do you notice the battlefield images of the Holy Mass? Men on their knees, if only the atheists at GLP would come to believe.
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I am viewing this video again and listening to the modern "hymn" that goes with the it, I like the lyrics.
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There is a book of J.R.R. Tolkien's private letters. I posted an excerpt from it at the difference between the Bible and Lord of the Rings thread today.

One day, in our time, everyone is going to feel the same as
Tolkien. Read his words, the last quote.

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A unique glimpse into this background of Tolkien the storyteller, scholar, spouse, parent and observer of the world around him can be found in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien edited by Humphrey Carpenter (Allen & Unwin publishers, 1981).


The most revealing aspect of these 354 letters is the profoundly formative influence of the Catholic faith on Tolkien's life and work.

In a letter written in 1953, he refers to his widowed mother's conversion to Catholicism and the suffering which resulted. Her witness left an indelible impression which the passage of time did not efface. Throughout his long life Tolkien remained forever grateful to his Catholic faith that has nourished me and taught me all the little things that I know: and that I owe to my mother, who clung to her conversion and died young."

The year before he died, acclaimed the world over, Tolkien would return to the importance of his childhood experience of faith:

"When I think of my mother's death, worn out with persecution, poverty, and largely consequent disease, in the effort to hand on to us small boys the Faith, and remember the tiny bedroom she shared with us in rented rooms in a postman's cottage at Rednal, where she died alone, too ill for viaticum, I find it very hard and bitter, when my children stray away (from the Church)."(Letter 267).


The inspiration for the great fantasy novels of J.R.R. Tolkien cannot be separated from his profoundly Catholic approach to life:

"The Lord of the Rings is of course a fundamentally religious and Catholic work," he wrote, "unconsciously so at first, but consciously in the revision. That is why I have not put in, or have cut out, practically all references to anything like "religion", to cults or practices, in the Imaginary world. For the religious element is absorbed into the story and the symbolism" (Letter 142).

In fact, two of the great loves in the hidden world of Tolkien's imagination were the Eucharist and Our Lady, - upon which all my own small perception of beauty both in majesty and simplicity is founded". By way of encouraging his son, he once wrote:

"Out of the darkness of my life, so much frustrated, I put before you the one great thing to love on earth: the Blessed Sacrament ... There you will find romance, glory, honour, fidelity, and the true way of all your loves upon earth ... which every man's heart desires"
(p. 53).
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Catholicism is an evil mind-virus, like the rest of Christianity (and other major religions).
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I only had time to watch the first one this morning but will come back to see the others after work.
Summary...you will see images of Mass being celebrated in different settings, scenes from weddings, baptisms and the sacraments, priests blessing the people and basically seeing images of Catholics sharing their faith and enjoying Communion with their Creator and Lord Jesus Christ who promised before his Ascension to be with them in Spirit and in the Eucharist until he comes again.
It was very nice to watch for me.


Thank you for your summary, I especially liked the in-bold.
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MORE VISUAL CONDITIONING OF THE EVIL TO COME - THE COUNTERFEIT RELIGION OF THE ONE WORLD ORDER (vs GOD'S ORDER)


Sadly, the people have been deceived by the unholy attempting to pawn itself off as 'holy' - the eucharist is total Blasphemy and the only 'communion' there is with satan - the false voice of the idolators epitomized today by Su Bo

Jeremiah 51:55
Because the LORD hath spoiled Babylon, and destroyed out of her the GREAT VOICE; when her waves do roar like great waters, a noise of their voice is uttered:


Acts 13:27
For they that dwell at Jerusalem, and their rulers, because they knew him not, nor yet the VOICES OF THE PROPHETS which are read every sabbath day, they have fulfilled them in condemning him.
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I haven't listened to this beautiful song for awhile.

One of these days, the people who don't understand will be
awakened, no way will they remain hard hearted.



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This isn't a for Catholics only thread, God is going to enlighten the world soon, everyone will be Catholic.

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You are completely delusional.
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I can't get over all the people, the generations in these
images praying, in love with God. This isn't a for Catholics only thread, God is going to enlighten the world soon, everyone will be Catholic. Do you notice the battlefield images of the Holy Mass? Men on their knees, if only the atheists at GLP would come to believe.
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*gulp* (puts a chain of garlic round her neck)
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Catholicism is an evil mind-virus, like the rest of Christianity (and other major religions).
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clappa

I agree. These people are too brain washed to ever wake up. Pity.
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Catholic church is the root of all sin.Every year 30000 people in USA leave the catholic church just out of frustration for misleading the Jesus beleivers

The Bilblica Antichrist will be coming from Catholic Church
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I wanted to hear this song again and look at video again. hf


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Catholic church is the root of all sin.Every year 30000 people in USA leave the catholic church just out of frustration for misleading the Jesus beleivers

The Bilblica Antichrist will be coming from Catholic Church
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clappa
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Catholic church is the root of all sin.Every year 30000 people in USA leave the catholic church just out of frustration for misleading the Jesus beleivers

The Bilblica Antichrist will be coming from Catholic Church
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Actually you can't technically leave it. Only way is if you can convince someone to excommunicate you. Oh you can stop attending mass but they will still keep you there as being a member.

And crap like that is why children should not be officially affiliated with a religion until they can make their own choice as adults.
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January is the month dedicated to the holy name of Jesus

The Divine Praises
in Reparation for Blasphemies

Blessed be God.
Blessed be His holy Name.
Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true Man.
Blessed be the Name of Jesus.
Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart.
Blessed be His Most Precious Blood.
Blessed be Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
Blessed be the Holy Ghost, the Paraclete.
Blessed be the great Mother of God, Mary most holy.
Blessed be her holy and Immaculate Conception.
Blessed be her Glorious Assumption.
Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother.
Blessed be Saint Joseph, her most chaste Spouse.
Blessed be God in His Angels and in His Saints.
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Forgive them, Lord, for they know not what they believe......
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Forgive them, Lord, for they know not what they believe......
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No need to, oh do they know what they believe. Thank you
Lord. I predict, one day you will believe the same.

Listen, from the heart, this is who the Church is
...

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The best part of Christianity is it's history.
You should read up on how the bible was put together and how it got to be interpreted the way it has.
Another interesting read is the history of the popes themselves.
You will find murder, incest, theft, war, torture, pedophilia, lying, betrayal, nepotism, greed, oppression and racism.....that is the history of bishops and popes.
If you really believe this religion go learn hebrew, greek and aramaic and translate your own bible. Go read all the gospels and try to work out which ones got excluded and why and finally try and understand the current interpretation against the original writings.
If you are an honest person you will come up with a completely different religion to the one in place today.
there is no intellectual honesty in Christianity..period.
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Re: passion of the catholic church - beautiful images - oh, the faith
The best part of Christianity is it's history.
You should read up on how the bible was put together and how it got to be interpreted the way it has.
Another interesting read is the history of the popes themselves.
You will find murder, incest, theft, war, torture, pedophilia, lying, betrayal, nepotism, greed, oppression and racism.....that is the history of bishops and popes.
If you really believe this religion go learn hebrew, greek and aramaic and translate your own bible. Go read all the gospels and try to work out which ones got excluded and why and finally try and understand the current interpretation against the original writings.
If you are an honest person you will come up with a completely different religion to the one in place today.
there is no intellectual honesty in Christianity..period.
 Quoting: Yes 1253058


Yes,

The Church stands alone in this dark time, she professes the
Truth, the fullness God's revelation. List all the sins you
want, the world is aware we are all sinners. Jesus established His Church for that reason. And you can't call
Our Lord a liar, He is God. He said the gates of hell will
not prevail against His Church.

The RCC is pretty familiar with the Bible, it's her book.

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