Protestants and mutineers

The British Navy protected English interests all over the world. After crew members on one or two ships revolted, many ships had an armed force of Marines stationed aboard.

If the Officer of Marines ordered his men to fire on mutineers, they would mow them down. Embittered crews of civilians dragooned into service by press gangs, organized kidnappers working for England’s rulers, could not stand against armed Marines.

An old name for The Only Church Jesus Founded is “The Bark of Peter”. A “bark”, or “barque” is a sailing ship, usually with several masts. Since Peter had been a fisherman before Jesus put him in charge of The Church He Founded, the Catholic Church is sometimes called “The Bark (or Barque) of Peter.” Each legitimate successor to St. Peter has his hand on the tiller of “The Bark of Peter”.

There are mutineers on The Bark of Peter. “The Only Church Jesus Founded is so wrong on many important issues that I have no choice but to start a new denomination.” Protestants and mutineers hate to have authority over them.

The Only Church Jesus Founded has no armed marines to eliminate mutineers who claim to be “Christian”. Now, 500 years after The Thousand Year Reign of The Catholic Church over Christendom ended when the devil came out of the abyss, we see the dying remnants of 43,000 separate mutinies.

New mutinies take place every day. Are Catholics concerned?

We are sorry to see anyone risk their soul by abandoning The Only Church Jesus Founded. We sorrow when anyone leaves behind the Sacred Body and Blood, about which Jesus clearly warned everyone in the crew: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

Pity the poor mutineers. They have ignored Jesus’ choice of Church: “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.”
No one turns those keys for mutineers, who have no keys of their own.