Actually, those *activists* have been in control of the Vatican for FAR longer than 50 years.
Like over 1,000.
They are just no longer making a secret about it.
posted on 05/02/2019 4:03:26 AM PDT
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50 years ago they came out to steer the Second Vatican Council; their power was visible to all at the time.
posted on 05/02/2019 4:09:56 AM PDT
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why is it the vatican, when we have protestant churches with lesbian ministers, etc? Doesn’t that seem odd to make it about the catholic church?
To: metmom; kearnyirish2
St. Paul wrote 14 Epistles, and in every one of them ---every one of them
--- he either alludes to problems within the local churches, or charges them head-on. These were, over and over, problems with the Doctrine of the Faith, problems with Moral Law, or both.
So I agree with you, metmom, that the Catholic Church has long had a problem with "activists" and progressivists/modernists.
Not just for 1,000 years, but for 2,000 years.
posted on 05/02/2019 7:56:41 AM PDT
by Mrs. Don-o
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