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Mary Ann sent a report found in a Catholic newspaper on the sexual abuse of nuns, a surprising number being abused by Catholic clergy, both priests and nuns.

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Dave first reviews the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church that stand opposed to Protestant theology. The tenets of the Council of Trent remain in full force, even today, endorsed by the Catechism and Popes of the Roman Catholic Church. Yet, inexplicably, Protestants are joining themselves to the RCC, claiming they are now brothers in Christ, ignoring the fact that there have been no doctrinal changes in the RCC, and that it has declared that the beliefs of Protestants are anathema -- condemned. As Dave said, "A growing delusion has deceived multitudes into embracing ecumenical compromise while imagining that they are still on the Lord's side."

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The outpouring of acclaim for the Pope has been amazing. It has come from every quarter, including the Protestant Evangelical communities. Is this appropriate? Yes, the Pope did much to advance Catholicism, but what about his Gospel? Andrew reviews that for us in a though-provoking piece well worth the read.

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There is a perilous fondness for the Papacy and a disproportionate interest in all things Papal. Biblical assessment of the Papacy is missing from contemporary Christian thinking. Today, it is religiously correct to show interest in the Papacy. For the most part, any criticism of it is seen as politically incorrect. Religious tolerance has erected prejudicial barriers to interpreting prophetic issues directly related to the Papacy, such as in Revelation Chapter Seventeen, which this document addresses. It is extremely important to analyze the present situation with the Papacy because Rome is not neutral and is quite intent to draw all to herself in a false ecumenism.

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How did the concept of the Roman Catholic Church arise from a simple church in which the Apostles were elders of the church? Richard Bennett gives us a valuable history lesson.

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The subject of the scriptures upon which the Roman Catholic Church claims its authority as the successor of Peter are carefully examined and found to be false.

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What is the Pope's plan for the European Union? Richard Bennett has some interesting observations about what the Pope and the Roman Catholic hierarchy are trying to achieve in Europe.

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 Table of Contents Table of Contents New Partnership with Muslims Islam rejects Trinity, Christ’s divinity, His sacrifice The Gospel and the Qur’an’s religious philosophy RCC dogma on Islam changed Emotional unity and its consequences Pope’s message echoed by Bush and Muslim Leaders A Trumpet Call to the True Church New Partnership with Muslims           In his message to the predominately Muslim...

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The Boston Herald article detailed growing awareness that nuns are being raped by priests, citing two specific instances, and papal awareness of the problem.

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Catholicism sets a Spiritualist Agenda   Introduction   The Roman Catholic Church is persistent in her quest to draw all to herself.  One of her major venues is the marketing of mysticism under various guises.  This is because, as different world religions begin to adopt the idea that they must work together for the well-being of civilization, Rome truly believes that “well-being” can only come through unity with herself as...

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