Why do so many Catholics drop the ball when it comes to EENS?
(08-01-2009, 08:33 PM)Dauphin Wrote: It's my favourite subject. Plenty of people don't like to talk about it though, and prefer to think that everybody's going to heaven. It's perfectly natural.

If Catholic Answers hadn't banned me, I'd still be shooting down the wishy-washy Catholics with Papal definitions. That's the only way to shake them out of it. I hope somebody took my place.

You know you were awesome on CA by the way.  I kind of got tired of the people over there, a little too sensitive, I had a deacon send me a pretty nasty note because I was critical of charismatic catholics. Then everyone seemed kind of milquetoast, I was reading some of their responses to muslims desecreting the Eucharist, and it was as if they have been pistoled whip their entire lives that we shouldn't be defenders of the faith.  Sadly, that is the state of the Church, it is remarkable how some of these progressivists cling so conservatively to the last 40 years and their false ideas. 

(08-01-2009, 08:56 PM)Jacafamala Wrote: If salvation is possible outside the Church, then the Martyrdom of the Apostles was worth what? And the many missionaries who've given their lives for the Gospel, what for if we all will go to heaven in the end?

I wonder that myself.  To me, it seems the last 40 years have spit in the faces of everyone who built the Church.  From all the martyrs, who accordingly today probably need "sensitivity" training to the poor, immigrant communities of America of the early 20th century, who spent so much of the little they have to build magnificient churches only to have them either wreckovated or abandoned in favor of saucer shaped Churches.  Fortunately, it is all coming to a close, I have a feeling about that.

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Re: Why do so many Catholics drop the ball when it comes to EENS? - by AntoniusMaximus - 08-01-2009, 09:31 PM

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