It would be interesting to find out how well attended this church is, and if it is considered a "Conservative Catholic" church. (whatever that might be) I mention this, because a few years ago, all churches that had a much more conservative, read "traditional" approach to services were seeing a marked increase in membership, whereas the more liberal churches were losing membership.
posted on 02/20/2004 6:06:01 AM PST
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It would be interesting to find out how well attended this church is, and if it is considered a "Conservative Catholic" church.
Gibson's chapel has 70 members and attendance is by invitation only.
That's an "exclusive" church.
posted on 02/20/2004 6:09:16 AM PST
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It would be more interesteg to hear if sinspur regards the National and World Council of churches, the final authority on what is or what is not a authenticated church.
**That's an "exclusive" church.**
And therefore it is not Catholic!
The marks of the Catholic Church are one, holy, Catholic (universal), and apostolic. Obvious Gibson's church is not open to all and so it is not universal or Catholic.
posted on 02/21/2004 3:20:57 PM PST
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