Big Questions for Protestants

“Verily, verily I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.” does not change Her Teachings.

The Big Questions for Protestants include:  “I know that I am supporting a denomination that does not provide clear, written condemnation of abortion and abortion-inducing birth control.  Instead, we focus on being ‘warm’ and ‘welcoming’ and ‘having a personal relationship with Jesus’ far, far more than ‘Thou shall not kill.’

“Is our fear of losing donors helping others to justify causing the deaths of their unborn children, many among families of our own congregations and clergy?  Are we ‘the lukewarm water’ that Jesus promised to ‘spit out of My mouth’?”

Another of the Big Questions for Protestants:  We have free will.  We may choose to avail ourselves of The Great Power Jesus specifically gave to His First Catholic Bishops, and all Catholic priests ordained in living link with them, when He said so specifically:  “Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.”

That leads to yet another of the Big Questions for Protestants:   “First, we did not demand obedience to “Thou shall not kill.”  Then, we urged others to not take Jesus seriously enough to become Catholic, make a sincere Confession, and receive the Absolution He promised for their sins.  At Judgment, does that compound our first sin with the eternal suffering of souls we kept from Absolution?”

Catholics know:  “The beginning of wisdom is the fear of The Lord.”