What is the 4th silliest thing some Protestants say?

Protestants proudly disobey whatever differs from their opinions. What is the 4th silliest thing some Protestants say? “Catholics are cannibals!”


The facts about Catholic Communion are clear. Thousands of people followed Jesus after they saw Him feed ten to twenty thousand people with five loaves of bread and two fish.

They said to themselves, and each other: “Wow! If Jesus can turn a few scraps into dozens of wagons full of food, He can turn our few shekels into millions!”


Jesus knew that most who followed Him were looking for personal gain. He separated His real Followers from those early Profiteers of Protestantism.

Jesus began saying to them in the second half of John, 6:

“If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

Jesus repeated His Clear Call to Catholic Communion fourteen times!

The Words of Jesus were an insult to “common sense”. Then, and now, those who valued “common sense” more than Jesus walk away from Him. Then, and now, His obedient Apostles remain obedient, even to that bizarre Teaching!


At The Last Supper, Jesus ordained them, and those whom they would ordain, with this Power: “Do this in remembrance of Me.”

What were they to do?

Jesus ordered His Catholic priests to preside over The Ongoing Miracle of Transubstantiation! Catholic priests would be empowered to turn bread and wine into The Body and Blood of Jesus at every Catholic Mass following The Last Supper! For 2,000 years, they let all who obey Jesus have “life in them”.


The Profiteers of Protestantism do have some good in them. They do not pretend to have been ordained with that Power.

But, they do great harm to the souls of their followers. They urge donors to ignore The Power of Jesus to put “life in” those who do receive His Actual Body and Blood by The Miracle of Transubstantiation.

What is the 4th silliest thing some Protestants say? “Catholics are cannibals!”

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