Are We All Lutherans Now?

Are We All Lutherans Now?

‘The Fatima Rapid Response Team distributed our leaflet, “Should a Catholic Celebrate Martin Luther?” to parishioners exiting Saturday Mass at the only Catholic church in Lund. The parish priest was displeased to the point of calling the police to try to stop us, but the police allowed us to continue as we behaved very peacefully. A few parishioners were thankful but many more were wary. Nevertheless, the team persuaded many to accept the leaflet with a promise to read it. We planted the mustard seed and remained after the priest turned out the lights and locked the door – to pray the Holy Rosary, asking God to enlighten them to the truths of the Catholic Faith and the diabolical character of Luther.’

Visit the Fatima Center website for more on the Lund event, including several video presentations…

Comments (218)

  • crofterlady

    In answer to the thread question, yes, it seems we are all now Lutherans! See this and weep:


    November 1, 2016 at 6:32 pm
  • crofterlady November 1, 2016 at 10:04 pm
  • Josephine

    This is interesting from Fr Z’s blog on Lutherans and intercommunion. I didn’t know Fr Z was a Lutheran at one time.

    November 1, 2016 at 10:12 pm
    • RCA Victor


      As one would expect, Father Z’s conclusion was to defend the Pope by quoting him (““I wouldn’t ever dare to allow this [Communion for Lutherans], because it’s not my competence.”). That enables Fr. Z to overlook the fact that this Pope is a devious, cunning liar, like all Modernists, and so, given enough time, he will find a way to “allow” it – pastorally, of course, and probably in a footnote…

      November 2, 2016 at 12:05 am
  • Theresa Rose

    This is the latest from Lund, Sweden.

    November 2, 2016 at 12:49 pm
    • editor

      Theresa Rose,

      Many thanks for posting that final video from Lund. It made very poignant listening. Let’s hope Pope Francis saw the sign they held up: “Don’t hide Catholic Truth” – I’m now bracing myself for a barrage of new readers seeking admission to the mailing list!

      November 2, 2016 at 1:35 pm
    • RCA Victor

      I finally took the time to sit down and watch this. Mr. Semin actually hits directly upon the real purpose of “ecumenism” early in his speech, though he perhaps might not realize it. The real purpose, one might even say the first purpose, is not “unity” at all. That is just a ruse. The first purpose is to achieve the silence of the Church regarding her unique and solitary role and mission in the salvation of souls. There is a second purpose, though, even worse: it is to submerge the Church comfortably into the One World Religion planned by Freemasonry, the cult of Satan.

      So let’s make a deal, fellow bloggers: let’s not keep complaining, like several other traditionalist spokesmen, about how pointless this “ecumenism” madness is. It is quite purposeful and pointed, and it is obviously achieving its purpose quite well, as clearly demonstrated by this scandalous Pontificate, which, among many other things, has turned both Faith and Reason on their heads.

      November 5, 2016 at 3:33 pm
      • Margaret Mary

        RCA Victor,

        I agree. There is a definite and diabolical purpose to ecumenism. It’s been on the cards from the beginning. Thank you for that thoughtful comment.

        November 5, 2016 at 5:11 pm
  • editor

    Here’s a laugh-a-minute – can’t you just HEAR John Knox? Press Release from the Scottish Catholic Media Office today is answering criticisms from the Protestant Minister they appointed to investigate the Catholic Church in respect of child abuse allegations / “safeguarding” – he’s not backward at coming forward to attach the Church now… Laugh? I thought I’d never start… This ecumenical claptrap isn’t working at any level: the “pretend” game is all on the Catholic side – maybe now the Bishops will switch on their brains and think twice before setting up the Church to be knocked down by one of its sworn enemies…

    Church responds to critics of Safeguarding strategy

    In a response to a letter sent by the former Chair of the Commission examining Safeguarding Protocols in the Catholic Church, the Assistant General Secretary of the Bishops’ Conference has rejected claims that the recommendations produced by the McLellan Commission are not being implemented.

    In a letter sent to the Bishops’ Conference by Rev. Andrew McLellan, the former commission chair claims that action is not being taken, survivors are not being supported and independent scrutiny is not being introduced.

    Responding to the letter, the Assistant General Secretary of the Conference, Fr. Tom Boyle said;

    “Last August the Bishops’ Conference welcomed the McLellan Commission Report and accepted its recommendations in full, undertaking to implement them all. This commitment has not diminished in any way, every recommendation will be implemented.

    Three months later, the Bishops published a detailed Implementation plan, describing how all of the recommendations would be acted upon. The plan was posted online and open to consultation and comment.

    As Dr.McLellan had informed the Church that all the records of the Commission had been destroyed and he could not divulge which survivors had been consulted, approaching those individuals was not possible. That however does not mean that survivors need’s have not informed policy. One survivor who met Archbishop Tartaglia spoke of feeling “more at peace now, than for a. long time” While the Raphael: Opening the Doors to Healing Counselling Service for anyone abused within the Church was launched in October 2015, two months after the publication of the McLellan Report.

    An independent review group as recommended by the Commission is being established. A chair has accepted and the members are being confirmed. They will be announced after the December meeting of the Bishops’ Conference. The group’s first task will be to review the progress of the first 12 months of the implementation plan.

    Transparency and openness are at the heart of the Church’s Safeguarding mission. We do not believe any other church, charity or public body in Scotland publishes detailed annual audits nor have any undertaken a public consultation, as the Bishops’ Conference did on its Implementation Plan.

    In releasing his report last year, Dr. McLellan described the Bishops’ decision to ask a Minister of the Church of Scotland to carry out this review as demonstrating “ecumenical trust” and “generosity of spirit” since the Church allowed Dr. McLellan two years to write his recommendations without comment, it is to be hoped that the in the same spirit of trust and generosity of spirit, the Church will be given at least the same amount of time to implement them.”


    Peter Kearney
    Catholic Media Office
    5 St. Vincent Place
    G1 2DH
    0141 221 1168
    07968 122291

    November 2, 2016 at 5:12 pm
  • editor

    From SSPX website…

    Fr. Bouchacourt – SSPX District Superior of France – released the following statement regarding Monday’s ecumenical meeting in Sweden.

    “On October 31, 2016, Pope Francis signed a joint declaration with the president of the Lutheran World Federation, Munib Younan, in Sweden. This was to mark the beginning of what is planned to be a year-long “celebration” of Martin Luther’s break with Eternal Rome. This declaration, in part, stated:

    “Through dialogue and shared witness we are no longer strangers. Rather, we have learned that what unites us is greater than what divides us. While we are profoundly thankful for the spiritual and theological gifts received through the Reformation, we also confess and lament before Christ that Lutherans and Catholics have wounded the visible unity of the church. Theological differences were accompanied by prejudice and conflicts, and religion was instrumentalised for political ends.”

    We have discussed the timeless teaching of Holy Mother Church regarding the Lutheran heresy recently, and will continue to provide more concrete and specific information on Martin Luther and his revolution in the coming weeks. Today, we present the following communication from Fr. Christian Bouchacourt, SSPX District Superior of France.”

    Communiqué from SSPX District Superior of France

    Nov. 2, 2016

    “On reading the joint declaration which the Pope made with the representatives of the Lutheran church in Sweden on 31st October, on the occasion of the fifth centenary of Luther’s revolt against the Catholic Church, our sadness has reached new depths.

    Faced with the genuine scandal represented by such a declaration in which historical errors, grave attacks on the preaching of the Catholic Faith and a false humanism, source of so many evils, follow one after the other, we cannot remain silent.

    Under the fallacious pretext of love of neighbor and the desire for an artificial and illusory unity, the Catholic Faith is sacrificed on the altar of that ecumenism which puts the salvation of souls in peril. The most enormous errors and the Truth of Our Lord Jesus Christ are put on an equal footing.

    How can we be “profoundly thankful for the spiritual and theological gifts received through the Reformation”, when Luther manifested a diabolical hatred towards the Sovereign Pontiff, a blasphemous scorn for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, as well as a refusal of the saving Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ? He also destroyed the doctrine on the Eucharist by refusing Transubstantiation, turned souls away from the Most Blessed Virgin Mary and denied the existence of Purgatory.

    No, Protestantism brought nothing to Catholicism! It ruined the unity of Christendom, separated whole countries from the Catholic Church, plunged souls into error, putting their eternal salvation in peril. We Catholics want Protestants to return to the unique fold of Christ which is the Catholic Church and we pray for this intention.

    In these days when we celebrate all the Saints, we call out to Saint Pius V, Saint Charles Borromeo, Saint Ignatius and Saint Peter Canisius who heroically fought the Protestant heresy and saved the Catholic Church.

    We invite the faithful of the District of France to pray and do penance for the Sovereign Pontiff so that Our Lord, whose Vicar he is, may preserve him from error and keep him in the Truth of which he is the guardian.

    I invite the priests of the District to celebrate a Mass of reparation and to organise a Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament to ask pardon for these scandals and to beg Our Lord to calm the tempest which has been shaking the Church for more than half a century now.

    Our Lady Help of Christians, save the Catholic Church and pray for us!”

    Father Christian Bouchacourt
    District Superior of France for the Society of Saint Pius XSource here

    November 2, 2016 at 10:09 pm
    • Michaela

      Says it all when it takes an SSPX priest to speak out about this scandal. Where are all the “orthodox” bishops? Cardinal Burke? Bishop Schneider? Where are they?

      November 2, 2016 at 10:29 pm
      • tonybuck321

        Perhaps they don’t consider it a scandal ?

        November 3, 2016 at 6:59 pm
      • editor

        I doubt that. They consider this papacy a scandal but they are like every other neo-Catholic – don’t want to rock boats. Just as happened at the Reformation when Bishop (now Saint) John Fisher was the only bishop to defend the Faith – can you name any other Bishop at that time? Get it now?

        November 3, 2016 at 7:33 pm
      • tonybuck321

        Did St John Fisher ever attack the Popes of his time (there was plenty of reason to do so) ?


        Neither should you.

        November 4, 2016 at 7:49 pm
      • editor

        “Attack the Pope”? Never mind St John Fisher, who was defending the Pope as, hopefully, we would all do in similar circumstances.

        Our circumstances are different. It’s the POPE who’s the problem! Don’t you GET that?

        Read St Paul and then St Robert Bellarmine on how to deal with an unfaithful Pope. Then check back in with us…

        November 4, 2016 at 8:09 pm
      • Athanasius


        Perhaps you’re right, but that would mean they are now completely blind and hardened against divine truth. It’s perfectly possible.

        November 4, 2016 at 12:14 am
  • Theresa Rose

    Michael Matt and Chris Ferrara also discuss this scandal.

    November 3, 2016 at 9:27 am
  • RCA Victor

    There is also a new column by Fr. Brian Harrison about this scandal called “Six Reasons Why Lutheran Intercommunion is Not Possible.” However, I’m not going to link it because it appears on the 1P5 website, which I don’t like.

    Meanwhile, here’s a stray thought: I’ve been wondering why Francis chose the furthest left (to the point of wackology) of the Lutheran sects with which to drag the Church into the filth of ecumania. As Chris Ferrara points out in the latest Remnant video, even the Lutheran Missouri Synod wants nothing to do with these degenerates posing as Christians.

    Besides the fact that Francis is so far left himself (thus the old saw applies: lefties of a feather flock together), I’m wondering if the “reasoning” behind this is that he’s looking for support outside the Church for his intentions of allowing Communion for public adulterers, homosexuals and gender-benders (on a “case-by-case” basis, you understand, wink-wink). Not to mention the ordination of women.

    After all, John XXIII brought in Protestant advisors to develop the Novus Odor….(no, Editor, that’s not a typo!)…

    November 3, 2016 at 3:21 pm
    • RCA Victor

      Correction: it was Paul VI who approved of those Protestant advisors, not John XXIII.

      November 3, 2016 at 6:15 pm
    • Helen

      It’s already been linked!

      November 3, 2016 at 6:44 pm
  • RCA Victor

    Here is a commentary on the Pope’s Sweden trip by the author of In the Murky Waters of Vatican II:

    November 3, 2016 at 11:22 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      RCA Victor,

      I think that is a TFP group, the tradition in action site. However, that’s a very interesting report, if true, that the Pope asked to be invited to the Lund event, not the Lutherans who invited him. That’s even a worse scandal IMHO.

      November 3, 2016 at 11:36 pm
      • RCA Victor

        Margaret Mary,

        I used to think that as well, until a few days ago, when I read the introduction to In the Murky Waters of Vatican II, and discovered that the author was expelled from the TFP in 1998 – because of his 11-volume devastating critique of Vatican II! He claims the TFP sold out to the modernists, and apparently started his own website.

        However, I don’t know what his position is on Fatima, the Third Secret, etc.

        November 4, 2016 at 2:13 pm
  • gabriel syme

    I as interested to learn of this below today:, a lady who was beatified in 2011 saw angels: one of which warned her against praying in protestant Churches and also showed her Martin Luther in Hell.

    Yet today we have Francis bowing and scraping to the unfortunates who have inherited Luther’s heretical legacy. What a schitzophrenic Church the modernist Church is. If Francis really cared one jot about the Lutherans, and all his ecumenical palaver was not just for show, then surely he would warn them of this?


    In 1883, Sister Maria Serafina Micheli (1849-1911) – was beatified in Faicchio in the province of Benevento in the diocese of Cerreto Sannita 28 May 2011 – the foundress of the Sisters of the Angels, was going to Eisleben, Saxony, the birthplace of Luther.

    The fourth centenary of the birth of the great heretic (10 November 1483) was celebrated on that day. Luther divided Europe and the Church. [The] streets were crowded, balconies included. Among the many personalities were expected at any time, with the arrival of Emperor Wilhelm I, who presided over the solemn celebrations.

    The future Blessed, noting the great hoopla was not interested in knowing the reason for this unusual animation, his only desire was to find a church and pray to be able to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. After walking for a while, she finally found one, but the doors were closed.

    She knelt on the steps for Serenity Prayer. As it was in the evening, she had not noticed that it was not a Catholic church, but Protestant. While praying, the angel appeared, who said to him. “Arise, because it is a Protestant church”

    Then he added: “But I want you to see where Martin Luther was condemned and the pain he suffered as a punishment for his pride.”

    After these words, she saw a terrible abyss of fire, where they were cruelly tortured countless souls.

    In the bottom of this hole there was a man, Martin Luther, which differed from the other: it was surrounded by demons that forced him to kneel, and all armed with hammers, they tried in vain , to shove a big nail in the head.

    November 4, 2016 at 10:25 am
    • editor

      Gabriel Syme,

      I visited the link you give – Fr Z’s blog – and his reaction is interesting, as were the comments of his bloggers. I did smile at the blogger who suggested that “Hell” in this case might mean Purgatory. One certainly can live in hope – if one is a Lutheran or (that new breed evident in Tony’s posts) – “a Lutheran-Catholic”!

      I concur with the first words in the comments: “Scary stuff”!

      November 4, 2016 at 11:44 am
      • RCA Victor


        I’m not going to bother with the bloggers on Fr. Z’s blog, but apparently that person thinks there are demons in Purgatory!

        Also, I see we must have some Protestant trolls visiting the website, since 9.8% of the respondents think Purgatory doesn’t exist.

        November 4, 2016 at 3:17 pm
      • editor

        Yes, RCA Victor, that’s why I always include a response which only a Protestant or other non-Catholic would choose. Helps to have an idea of the numbers visiting the site. Having said that, more people visit the site than participate in the polls. Always mystifies me, but it may be because they think I can tell who is voting (which, lamentably, I can’t!)

        November 4, 2016 at 6:57 pm
    • Tony Buck

      St Catherine of Sienna saw a vision of Jesus, in which Jesus assured her that Our Lady’s Immaculate Conception was not true.

      Visions – even those beheld by the saints – aren’t always correct; and certainly aren’t De Fide.

      November 4, 2016 at 7:45 pm
      • editor


        Would you please provide a sound Catholic source for your claim. NOT that we have to accept every private revelation, that is true, but I’d like to read the original source of that claim. Obviously, Christ said no such thing, so we need to uncover the source of that particular alleged statement from Our Lord, to see from whence the confusion/error comes.

        In any case, you are, again contradicting yourself. You began by citing St Catherine of Siena to support your claims about the Lund event, and when you were shown to be wrong, you are now on here trying to discredit St Catherine of Siena!

        Crackers. With cream cheese and raspberries!

        November 4, 2016 at 8:07 pm
      • RCA Victor


        Having read Bl. Raymond of Capua’s life of St. Catherine, as well as her Dialogues, I can assure you, as you already well know, that a sound Catholic source for Tony Buck’s outrageous statement does not exist.

        November 4, 2016 at 8:59 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        Spot on. I suspect that Tony is hooked on Protestant propaganda and unquestioningly accepts what he reads. As I say, crackers, with cream cheese and blueberries.. or was it strawberries, oops, nope, raspberries 😀

        November 4, 2016 at 10:58 pm
      • Therese

        I’d like to read the original source of that claim.

        Me too.

        Over to you, Tony.

        November 4, 2016 at 10:42 pm
      • editor


        Just don’t hold your breath…

        Tony, you see, is utterly confused. He cites that claim about St Catherine’s alleged apparition (denying the Immaculate Conception) as being a non-binding private revelation and yet he believes she said that. Doesn’t occur to him that she didn’t. If he had a solid Catholic source for the claim, he’d have posted the details. He hasn’t. End of.

        November 4, 2016 at 10:59 pm
  • RCA Victor

    This very interesting comment was posted on The Remnant website, regarding the Sweden scandal (emphases his):

    “I wish this was only a publicity stunt.

    As an ex-Lutheran, a proselyte who is reaping the eternal benefits and blessings of being proselytized by a good priest and a lay family of the Church and in spite of the condemnation of Pope Francis of proselytism, Francis’ words and actions in Lund have not gone unnoticed.

    Many Catholics do not realize just how depraved the group is that the POPE hand-selected to join shoulder-to-shoulder in Lund. It SHOULD be absolutely horrifying and shocking, but it appears not to be.

    Not sure how to put this but straight up. The POPE celebrated the Great Divorce of the Church with the most rank set of moral degenerates conceivable. Led by a lesbian, they are real perverts, Lutherans that many Lutherans despise and that even Luther would condemn, real sexual deviants that surely Pope Pius V would have had handed over to the civil authorities to have garroted, debased impostors and violators of the Christian faith. While we know that Luther destroyed marriage for Protestantism, most don’t realize that he was anti-contraception, and it is inconceivable that even he the Arch-heresiarch would have accepted abortion while these depraved anti-Christians promote or accept all of that. THAT is who this Pope personally selected to celebrate schism with. And worse, he does not just meet with them, but goes on to tell the world that the Catholic faith is like theirs and we want to be one with them in “full communion”!

    After 50 years of edge-dulling, the sword of shame in the Catholic Church is dull as a hoe, and it seems that almost nothing brings about a cutting sense of it anymore except among a small number of Catholics. But facts should. Folks, we are not dealing with just any “Lutherans” in Lund, we are dealing with a group that promotes raw, pure evil and a Pope who supports them. This is far beyond scandalous. I do not even know what word to attach to it but apocalyptic.

    At this point I am reminded of 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12.

    Literally, I would not want any man, Pope included, who supports these perverts to come anywhere near my children and I would protest if I knew such a person was to have access to the children of others.

    May we truly fast and pray for truth and conversion of the Pope and prelature of the Church.”

    November 4, 2016 at 11:37 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      That is very powerful – thank you for posting it here.

      It reminds me of a conversation I had earlier this week, with a young former Anglican – he used to describe himself as an “Anglo-Catholic”.

      Clearly a person of good will and seeking the truth, he studied and read up on the Church until he reached the point where he knew he had to become a Catholic. In discussing his righteous shock at the shenanigans of this pontiff, not least the Lund debacle, he pointed out that it was the papacy which brought me into the Church and then my first Pope is Francis. I think that’s more or less verbatim. That has to be what they call “[not so] sweet irony”.

      Pope Francis is heading for a terrible judgment unless he ignores his own advice and converts to the Catholic Faith. No funny face, no exclamation mark, so read that last sentence again, and add “Seriously”.

      Our Lady of Fatima, pray for him.

      November 5, 2016 at 12:27 am



    I am the proselyte that posted the above comment on the Remnant.

    I was sitting in RCIA class when the announcement was made by our wonderful young Mexican priest that “Jorge Bergoglio” was Pope. I didn’t know Bergoglio from Jacob’s Ladder or a plate full of haggis and had not one bit of bias against this name or person, but instantly I felt an overwhelming and heavy, dense “blanket” of what I can only call spiritual oppression come over me. Though I was at that point already zealous for the faith, I literally wondered “Should I get out of here? What is happening?”

    I spent the first year of Pope Francis’ pontificate defending him word and action. I confess, I was one of those who blamed the journalists and the translators. Until I read paragraph 161 of Evangelii Gaudium. Then, I could no longer. I KNEW something was grievously wrong. Only recently have I read a similar quote in Gaudium et Spes 24. This is the devil at work in the Catholic Church. Replacing God with man, misquoting the Sacred Scripture, misquoting even the words of Christ! In the GS quote it almost appears to be a typographical error. In Francis’ writing it is surely his personal doctrine, for the elevation of Man above the teachings of the Church of Our Blessed Lord is a recurring theme for him.

    May God make these days of chaos shorter.

    November 5, 2016 at 2:26 am
    • editor


      Thank you for your very honest post – and congratulations on your original Remnant comment posted by RCA Victor above, which is, as I have already noted, very powerful.

      You appear to be in a minority of those who originally defended this Pope, undoubtedly for the best of reasons. For most people, it takes courage to change opinion and you are in that minority, so are to be commended for your honesty and courage.

      No true Catholic wants to criticise any priest let alone a pope. The idea (held firmly by the enemies of this site and newsletter) that we would actually enjoy “attacking” (as they put it) Pope Francis (and his immediate predecessors, all of whom were modernists) is way off the mark.

      However, as you will know from discussions and articles at the Remnant, the Church is not a sect, where the leaders are idolised as gods. We have a duty to obey the legitimate teachings of the Pope – those which have been believed everywhere, always and by all (to quote St Vincent Lerins) but if they depart from that Catholic Tradition, then, we have a duty to refuse to embrace their new “teachings”.

      Anyway, I know that I’m now preaching to the already converted – in more than one sense! – so won’t blether on.

      Thank you again for your honesty. Very much appreciated, and very edifying.

      November 5, 2016 at 9:59 am
  • crofterlady

    RTHEVR, I was very impressed to read your Remnant post and it warms the heart to know there are still converts like yourself. I look forward to reading many more posts from you.

    November 5, 2016 at 4:35 pm
  • Gerontius

    Don’t know if this article By Michael Matt of the Remnant has been posted before – if so, I apologise, however it needs to be seen by as many as possible, IT’S THAT IMPORTANT.

    Thanks be to God for his SSPX Priests – All of them FAITHFUL AND TRUE.

    Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae,. Amen.

    November 10, 2016 at 2:35 pm
    • RCA Victor


      I couldn’t play the Google link, which presumably is a video of some sort. Any chance you could post it here? (i.e. not the video just below it)

      November 11, 2016 at 12:37 am
      • Gerontius

        RCA Victor,

        Try this link – hope it works, because It’s a truly superb defense of the Faith by both Father Hakan Lindstrom from the SSPX UK District, and Michael Matt.

        November 11, 2016 at 3:25 pm
      • RCA Victor


        Thanks, but that’s not the one in the original link. Michael Matt here reads the statement of the District Superior of France, which I’ve seen. The original link, which you posted and which I’ve tried and failed to open from the Remnant website, is a link to a Google video, and it is not the French statement, but from an SSPX-UK priest (look at the wording in the link). Maybe it was Fr. Brucciani, I’ll have to go to the UK District website to see.

        November 11, 2016 at 4:41 pm
  • RCA Victor

    Here is an excellent analysis of Francis’ “accomplishments” at Lund, which can only be described as the greatest betrayal since Judas:

    November 11, 2016 at 12:35 am
  • gabriel syme

    This article is a few days old: Francis gets it in the neck from Bishop Schneider, this time regarding his airborne waffle regarding the heretic Martin Luther.

    he (+Schneider) was asked about Pope Francis’ statement that Martin Luther “did not err” on justification.

    He responded, in part:

    We have already had an infallible response to the errors of Martin Luther: the Council of Trent. The teaching of the Council of Trent about the errors of Luther, I repeat, are infallible, ex cathedra. And the comments of the pope in the plane are not ex cathedra.

    With this and the Cardinals Dubia document, its not been a good few days in the news for old Jorge!

    November 14, 2016 at 10:59 pm
  • RCA Victor

    This afternoon I came across a statement in Christianity for Modern Pagans, by Peter Kreeft, which absolutely demolishes the already-determined fraud of Protestant claims. It is this passage from Acts:

    “Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?”

    Mr. Kreeft observes that Our Lord, by saying “me,” identifies the Church, which Saul was persecuting, with Himself, and proves that the Church is indeed His Mystical Body. Not any other “church,” only the Catholic Church.


    November 16, 2016 at 9:03 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve said that myself. You are NOT paying attention…

      Still, repetition being the mother of education, it can’t be said often enough, so thank you for reminding us of that Scriptural truth. I knew if we kept you long enough, you’d come in handy…

      November 16, 2016 at 9:40 pm
      • RCA Victor


        Now you know why they call me “RCA Come Lately”….

        November 16, 2016 at 11:36 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        Don’t be too hard on yourself – you should know by now that I never miss an opportunity to take my revenge for you showing up my ignorance on the population of Glasgow beyond “me, myself and a good few other people!”

        November 16, 2016 at 11:40 pm
      • RCA Victor


        Just don’t ask me what’s the population of Cincinnati….

        November 17, 2016 at 12:50 am
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        2,199,914. 😀

        At least, that was the number in 2015. An influx of one discontented (if glamorous, slim etc) Scot might change that any day now! Lock your doors!

        November 17, 2016 at 11:46 am
      • RCA Victor


        You’ll never be allowed to migrate to America – you’re not a Muslim!!!

        November 17, 2016 at 3:57 pm
      • Nicky

        RCA Victor,

        Hear hear! LOL!

        November 17, 2016 at 5:29 pm

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