Friday, May 19, 2017

Pope Francis Casts Doubt On Marian Apparitions!

Outrageous Blasphemy From The Roman Catholic Catechism!

  • Introduction:
          -While it is true that the Church of Rome does not officially teach or declare that human beings can become gods in the afterlife, its official catechism does contain some disturbing statements that directly state that Christians can become God or Jesus Christ after death. In other words, Roman Catholicism solemnly professes to adhere to strict monotheism. Hence, faithful Roman Catholics have produced a myriad of excuses when these catechismal quotes are mentioned. But the fact still remains that these written texts are clear as mud. Any honest reader can see how these quotes are blasphemous in nature:
  • "The Word became flesh to make us "partakers of the divine nature":"For this is why the Word became man, and the Son of God became the Son of man: so that man, by entering into communion with the Word and thus receiving divine sonship, might become a son of God." "For the Son of God became man so that we might become God." The only-begotten Son of God, wanting to make us sharers in his divinity, assumed our nature, so that he, made man, might make men gods." (CCC# 460)
  • "Christ and his Church thus together make up the "whole Christ" (Christus totus). The Church is one with Christ. The saints are acutely aware of this unity:  Let us rejoice then and give thanks that we have become not only Christians, but Christ himself. Do you understand and grasp, brethren, God's grace toward us? Marvel and rejoice: we have become Christ. For if he is the head, we are the members; he and we together are the whole man. . . . The fullness of Christ then is the head and the members. But what does "head and members" mean? Christ and the Church. Our redeemer has shown himself to be one person with the holy Church whom he has taken to himself. Head and members form as it were one and the same mystical person. A reply of St. Joan of Arc to her judges sums up the faith of the holy doctors and the good sense of the believer: "About Jesus Christ and the Church, I simply know they're just one thing, and we shouldn't complicate the matter." (CCC# 795)