Don’t avoid Catholic Passages

Catholic Fundamentalism believes: “Hurtful, man-invented schisms have splintered Pro-Life people into 40,000 competing groups. The only way to stop abortion and other evils is to return to The Only Church Jesus Founded.”

In the years we have been sharing this message, more reasons to become Catholic appear. We find many “Catholic Passages” in The Bible. Protestants avoid them like the plague! Or, they twist, demean, and belittle “The Catholic Passages”. If the fate they bring upon themselves by deciding what parts of the Bible should be obeyed were not so eternally anguishing, their avoidance would be more amusing than tragic.

The first “Catholic Passage” is that old favorite from Matthew, 16: 18-20. Protestants bob and weave every time they hear “Thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven; what you bind on earth shall be considered bound in Heaven; whatever you loose on earth shall be considered loosed in Heaven.”
It is paralyzingly contradictory for a person who says “I am an obedient Christian” to read that passage and prefer some man-invented schism to The Church He Founded.

Protestants avoid “Catholic Passages”. One silly avoidance is to compare the meaning of “rock” in Greek, Aramaic, Hebrew, and Latin. Schismatics cannot even honestly admit, “See how cleverly we avoid Jesus’ clear words!” Instead, they call themselves, “Intellectual.” They love self more than Jesus.

Incredibly, they then fall farther! When reminded that Jesus was very clear about having Personally Approved of only One Church, the poor, lost soul may be asked about Jesus’ eternal question to schismatics in Luke 6:46 “Why do you call me ‘Lord’ and not do what I tell you?”
Pity the vain souls who begin by ignoring Jesus’ clear words about “Thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church. . .” and then magnify that vanity by choosing to ignore the simple question Jesus asks them: “Why do you call Me Lord and not do what I tell you?”

It is awful to have parts of the brain paralyzed by contradictions. It is a terrible burden to carry through life, calling oneself “Christian” while disobeying both Christ’s clear teaching and His penetrating question “Why do you call Me Lord and not do what I tell you?” Such grotesque contradictions actually cause little parts of the brain to shut down. No none can deal with such awful lies involving God, disobedience, and our immortal soul without falling into that Original Sin and the usual ways we cover it up.

Why do people disobey Jesus even as they call themselves Christian? Swollen vanity has led them to conclude that they are so God-like that they actually outrank Jesus, Son of God, Fulfillment of The Prophets.

Those who call themselves “Christian” while ignoring Christ’s clear instructions are Adam and Eve. Like them, they are about to be evicted from The Garden.

Disobedient Christians are living violations of The First Commandment. Their disobedience destroys them while making it possible for evils like abortion to exist on earth.