I’ve collected a bunch of articles over the last week or two that touch on Roman Catholicism and it’s time to “clear the deck.”
Traditionalist Catholics continue to fret about their VERY non-traditionalist pope:
- Pope’s exhortation is a ‘breach’ with Catholic Tradition: leading German philosopher
- The Pope’s Approach Can Be Frustrating, But He’s Still Our Pope
The vast majority of U.S. Catholics like the pope but don’t obey what he or their church tells them to do:
Doctrine-challenged evangelicals label those who still confront works-righteousness Catholicism as being “uncharitable”:
- ‘Catholics Aren’t Christians’ and 3 Other Uncool Things (Some) Evangelicals Say
- Of course Catholics are Christians
Some eucharistic miracles and apparitions can only be explained by Jesus’s warning, “For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect.” – Matthew 24:24:
Below is an interesting article on the growth of evangelical Protestantism in Mexico, which continues to be persecuted by the Catholic majority. Naturally, the writer doesn’t acknowledge the work of the Holy Spirit.
The Catholic writer of the article below bemoans the fact that most Catholics have been “sacramentalized” but very few have a personal, saving faith relationship with Jesus Christ. The author isn’t far from the kingdom. Once a Catholic genuinely accepts Jesus Christ as their Savior, they will find it increasingly difficult to remain in a church that continues to teach legalism and sacramentalism.