- Pope Francis on birth control: Can the teaching of the Church on contraception change?
- Pope Francis: ‘The Lord will say’ when it is time to retire
On his return trip to the Vatican after a week-long “penitential pilgrimage” to Canada, pope Francis staged one of his impromptu jetliner press conferences in which he left the door open to the eventual lifting of the RCC’s ban on non-abortifacient artificial contraception and the possibility of retirement à la pope Benedict XVI.
This headline gets it wrong. My research revealed drag queen, Brita Filter aka Jesse Havea, performed at Grace Church School (independent Episcopalian) in downtown Manhattan. Evidently the “drag queen” can’t differentiate one stained glassed edifice from another. The short video is an eye-opener. The Sodom-Gomorrah steamroller is making great strides.
I ordered a copy of “Are We Together?: A Roman Catholic Analyzes Evangelical Protestants” and will be reviewing it down the road. Roman Catholicism has many heterodox doctrines, but its prime apostate teaching is its false gospel of salvation by sacramental grace and merit.
With their rule of celibacy, Catholic seminaries were/are magnets and incubators of sexual deviancy.
The RCC teaches baptismal regeneration, a false gospel. While the RCC rule book still bars same-sex couples from having their children baptized, progressive priests have been accommodating same-sex parents on the QT.
This past Tuesday, Catholics living in the Los Angeles area were encouraged to visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels to “venerate” (aka worship) a relic of St. Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes, France. Bernadette claimed the “Virgin Mary” appeared to her 18 times in 1858 at the Lourdes grotto. Millions make the pilgrimage to Lourdes each year seeking a healing miracle. The relic, a fragment of one of Bernadette’s ribs, is “touring” the United States for the first time, ending in California after visiting 40 Catholic sites in the last four months. The RCC ascribes miraculous powers to the relics of saints. Catholics throng to exhibitions of relics hoping for a healing miracle. See my 2019 post here on the fraudulence of the Lourdes apparition.