And also you may want to read the Catechism of the Catholic Church
posted on 05/24/2010 10:17:43 AM PDT
("That they may be one...Father")
I read the CCC when I had just come back to the Church at the age of 40. It went in one ear and out the other, it made no sense. I figured I didn't know enough to understand it, so, I put it away, and studied the faith using like $5000 worth of pre-Vatican II books. Three years later I picked up the CCC again and read it through. I concluded that I was right from the beginning, it is a FORKED TONGUE book that covers the hard truths of our Faith in an ambiguous language which can be interpreted to actually mean the complete opposite of what was ALWAYS taught by the Church. I now only use the CCC to show people the technique.
I don't recommend the CCC to anyone, it's a peace of junk and a lie.
posted on 05/24/2010 10:50:26 AM PDT
The progressivists use the strategy of "a hidden meaning...playing "gotcha" faith. ....It's sneaky and deceiving,". Don't read anything past like 1950's, you have 1950 years to read which are CLEAR and don't employ the forked tongue language. The art of progressivism IS DECEPTIVE LANGUAGE TO MASK HERESY, catching them in a heresy is like catching a greased pig
In the writings of the first 1950 years A.D., if you didn't understand something, it was because the writer was not good at communicating. Today, if you don't understand something, the writer meant that to be. That is the case with the New Catechism of the Catholic Church for example (again a post 1950's book)
Those who seek truth with no biases find it. Seek and you shall find. The problem today is the the "seekers" are seeking what they like (ecumenism,all religions are good, annulments, contraceptives, dressing in immoral seductive attire, no confessions, even homosexuality), so they look no further than a priest/bishop that gives it to them or turns a blind eye to their doings.
posted on 05/24/2010 10:58:51 AM PDT
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