1. Gin

    As younger people express less interest in spirituality and get more lost in a haze of digital worlds I suspect the Catholic church is wanting to appear more progressive in the hopes of replenishing its aging flock.

  2. Terri Abraham

    I had no idea that this pope was so methodically dragging down the little spirituality left in the Catholic Church. I was raised Catholic but God rescued me from the false doctrine of works and introduced me to the true Savior, His Son, Jesus Christ, the only way to heaven, without whom we could never come to God. As I recall worshipping Mary as a child, and trying to follow the many useless rules of that dead faith, I am overcome with gratitude for finding Christ and being raised from death to eternal life in Him. The fear of death no longer has dominion over me; I know Whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I’ve committed unto Him against that day. Trusting in Him alone is my salvation defined. I need not worry or wonder if I will be rescued from sin after death, as so many Roman Catholics fear, thinking they can only find out after they die. I pray that the rest of my family will discover His magnanimous salvation, and I marvel that I have been gifted to know my Lord, the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father but by Christ, the atonement for our sins, who ever lives to make intercession for us, who willingly gave Himself for us and was raised in victory over death to give us hope. May His name be praised forever.

  3. Darla

    Thank you for these timely reports. As things progress, your holy boldness will open eyes ,and sadly for others , harden hearts. Prayers to you.

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