Do Protestants who have left The Catholic Church get into Heaven?

Many Protestants do get into Heaven.  Do Protestants who have left The Catholic Church get into Heaven?

They may say:  “Faith is the most important thing in my life.”  That is an error!

What is the most important thing in life?  It is to go to Judgment and be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.” 

With that sentence, Jesus divides humanity.  He separates His obedient “friends” from His willfully disobedient enemies.


Catholic Teaching is clear.

1.  We have free will.

2.  “People of good will may get into Heaven if they are not Catholic through no fault of their own.”

Can there be a bigger “fault” than personally deciding to disobey Jesus?


Those who knowingly decide to leave The Catholic Church have allowed human opinions to lead them into Willful Disobedience to Jesus.


They have been fed a steady diet of lies about Catholic Teaching.  Most Profiteers of Protestantism encourage the usual anti-Catholic thoughts.

“Catholics worship idols!  Catholics worship Mary!  Peter never went to Rome!  Some Catholics do bad things!  Jesus loves me!”


We remind our dear neighbors of the simple fact.  God “Spoke” Creation into being.  His First Word:  “Let there be light.”

What happened?  “And, there was light.”!

Jesus is The Second Person of The Holy Trinity.  Jesus Spoke One Church Into Being with His Holy Word:

“And 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.”


Catholics obey The Clear Call to Catholic Communion that Jesus repeated 14 times.  “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”  That Holy Food is provided by The Catholic Miracle of Transubstantiation.

Those who leave The Church have chosen to not have “life in” them.  They have preferred to be praised by The Profiteers of Protestantism.

They have let themselves be led to put human opinions before He Who will Judge us all.

That is a violation of The First Commandment.


Catholics pray that our beloved neighbors will choose to be among the obedient “friends” of Jesus.

We pray they may blessed to do all that is necessary to have “life in” them.


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