Protestants avoid reminders

Protestants avoid reminders of God’s Holy, Obedient Saints. Protestants purge their churches of reminders of those who lived in obedience to the Great Winnowing Command of Jesus:

You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

They know that Catholic Saints lived in obedience to The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

“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.”

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Protestants avoid reminders of God’s Holy, Obedient Saints. They especially avoid any reminders of The Blessed Mother of God! They may have portrayals of the man who invented the Marketing Plan that became their denomination. They may have pictures of his most well-known supporters.

But, Protestants avoid reminders of devout Catholics who lived and died obeying Jesus and The Only Church He Founded. They have cut themselves off from 1,500 years of Christian History!

Protestants do not want to believe that the immortal souls of Catholic Saints in Heaven may intercede for them. They are caught in The Protestant Trap:

“When I have problems on earth, I have no one but God to ask for help.”

The prayers of Protestants go to Heaven in a cloud of confusion.

Catholic prayers “go through channels”. We are able to understand that Heaven is a highly organized place. Heavenly “Specialists” are in every Department.

The Heavenly Specialists have Direct Access to God. Cancer victims, for instance, ask St. Peregrine to intercede. He asks God to help those in need.

Every human problem has a choir of Saints and Angels in Heaven specializing in solving that particular problem. Sadly, many are too vain to ask.

Protestant prayers pile up in a disorganized mess. They make it hard for God to help them.

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