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CATHOLICS LIKELY TO OUTNUMBER PROTESTANTS IN NORTHERN IRELAND BY 2021

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Catholics likely to outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland by 2021 Belfast, Northern Ireland, Apr 22, 2018 / 04:27 am (CNA/EWTN News).- What would have been unthinkable 100 years ago in Northern Ireland will likely soon become a reality – Catholics will outnumber Protestants.   Historically in Ireland, Catholics have desired independence for Ireland, while Protestants, […]

66 METHODIST, LUTHERAN, EPISCOPALIAN AND UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST LEADERS SIGN LETTER SUPPORTING ABORTION

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  66 Methodist, Lutheran, Episcopalian and United Church of Christ Leaders Sign Letter Supporting Abortion  STATE   MICAIAH BILGER   MAR 19, 2018   |   5:18PM    DES MOINES, IA A group of Iowa clergy and religious leaders signed a letter to the Des Moines Register last week advocating for abortion on demand. The letter blasts Iowa lawmakers […]

ANG MALI AY MALI! KAYA DOON TAYO SA TAMA!!!! By Limz Roa

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Limz Roa‎ “”””ANG MALI AY MALI! KAYA DOON TAYO SA TAMA!!!! By Limz Roa”””” 2 Timoteo 3:16 [16]Ang lahat ng Kasulatan ay kinasihan ng Diyos, at nagagamit sa pagtuturo ng katotohanan, sa pagtatama sa maling katuruan, sa pagtutuwid sa likong gawain at sa pagsasanay para sa matuwid na pamumuhay, KAYA…..😇😇😇 Mga Kawikaan 14:3,6-8,12 [3]Ang bawat […]

Part 4 THE CATHOLIC SAINTS ARE THE TRUE REFORMERS OF THE CHURCH, NOT THE REBELS LIKE LUTHER!!! By Splendor1618

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  Lapsed Man Also on the “myth” that the Six protestant pastors are just observers has to be debunked, to deny their contributions is to deny the obvious that the Liturgy was Reformed. Check this Catholic source: http://www.ewtn.com/v/experts/showmessage_print.asp?number=385703&language=en Let me put a short message from that site: Fr. Bugnini stated that one of his intentions in […]

SHOULD CATHOLICS GO TO REFORMATION EVENTS?

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  Should Catholics Go to Reformation Events?  Matt Nelson  October 17, 2017 Earlier this year I teamed up with Archbishop Donald Bolen, a member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, to facilitate an “ecumenical apologetics” workshop for members of our archdiocese. Also in attendance was a Lutheran scholar from a nearby university who […]