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The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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29e58f  No.815597[Reply]

Is love between a man and a woman real or simply a short affair of chemical hormones followed by desperately trying to "stay together"?

Read up on https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limerence

The Bible says that God designed a man and woman to become one flesh but then why isn't this desire to remain as one flesh stronger than the desire to cheat or have affairs after the "Limerence" period? Why even give us a short period like that which confuses reality with short term happy chemicals?

Who here is in a relationship and what are your details/experience? Aren't you worried that after the limerence phase of love and high emotions that exclusivity will be a torturous struggle between you and your partner? What stops you from being paranoid of a woman's unfaithfulness when she gets "bored"?

Is "love" even a real thing? Are feelings of boredom inevitable? Do Christians simply blot that feeling out with Bible verses and God?

Women tend to want exclusive long term partners more than men but women also tend to get bored when they lose the mystery of their partner. Why are we designed like this? It feels hopeless and superficial.

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417c59  No.816059

>>815597

what do you think retard?

neuropsychologists dont get metaphysics.


594567  No.816122

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>>815980

Nonsense, a man attracts the kind of women he seeks. If you're the kind of guy who lives for the party, you tend to attract party girls; if you're a womanizer, you tend to attract women who crave being seduced. Therefore, a man of good character will be attractive to women who seek men of good character. The difficulty lies in the fact that it isn't easy to live that kind of life, and it takes time to engender the personality of the upstanding man without coming off as a cold manipulator.

Also, it's disingenuous to ask of unconditional, pure love of a woman. Only God can give you pure and unconditional love. Instead, she should love you as you love her: to the best of your ability, as close to God's law as possible, and as free of coercion, manipulation, and coldness as possible.


34efa4  No.816204

i don't get the point of romantic love if we're all monks/nuns in heaven anyway. the only answer is that its solely for procreation, which seems like a real let down. everything you ever for felt for the other person is solely so you can have babies. its practically utilitarian and it doesn't seem fair.


75cbe4  No.816422

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>>815703

That's curious.

We all know eros with a imaginary character is wrong.

How about philia and storge? And perhaps, even agape? This is a very unknown question. Eros for imaginary things is not prevalent among christians despite what posting around here may indicate, imagine the other 3. I kinda doubt there will be a legitimate answer here, or anywhere.


e24945  No.816423

>>816422

what specifically is curious? No idea what part of that post you're responding to




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6602ad  No.816329[Reply]

What will happen will they do it.

They've already got all pieces and are just waiting. https://www.templeinstitute.org/gallery_49.htm

I

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187cd9  No.816345

The Lord will crush them like He did last time they tried to build a temple.


cb96ee  No.816354

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>>816344

I thought BiBi was their prophet.


243fbf  No.816358

They will throw baby foreskins in a burning pit at the center of the building and summon moloch into the world


667f54  No.816367

They are waiting for the Antichrist to lead them. Bibi keeps getting urged by his Rabbis to get on with it.


c986a6  No.816403

>>816329

Nothing. They aren't Christian.




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08b898  No.812598[Reply]

For the official French Catholic bible approved by the Vatican.

In french, we were used to say this famous phrase in the same way that it's done in English : "Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”

However, in the new 2013 Vatican approved french bible, it was changed to (rough translation) : "Don't let us enter in temptation, but deliver us from evil."

They explained this change by saying that it was more logical, since God can't be the author of evil and that he can't create evil. And so, they fought that it was correct to imply that God could lead people toward temptations, toward evil, when he obviously can't do evil.

So they changed it so that we ask him to not let us enter in temptation, meaning that the source of temptation comes from the outside, from Satan and his evil followers. And so God can't lead us toward temptation, but he can help us to not enter (be tempted) in temptation/sin if we ask for his help.

Anyway, I did this thread to ask you: What do you think of this change in the official french Vatican bible ? Would you see the change occur un your English Catholic bibles too ?

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157a17  No.813759

>>812598

God brings good from evil. God is permitting this evil so we all start praying again in Latin


4cc67f  No.813860

>>813759

Unironically this. Can't change the meaning of words if the language is dead.


63c5f4  No.815468

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>>812598

The new translation is more theologically and contextually accurate, but a classic is a classic, and it's the direct translation from Latin and Greek.

The liturgic prayer will remain the same for you or will it be updated?

I suppose it could change in English

By the way, in my language, we say:

"Don't let us fall in(to) temptation". Pic related, 19th century Portuguese. I don't know when exactly it came to be the mainstream Portuguese version, it was somewhere between the 16th and 18th century. I believe it's the same in Spanish.

There was also a "recent" change here from "forgive us our debts" to "forgive us our offenses just like we forgive those who have offended us"; which makes sense, but is a shallow way to get rid of a problem: the possible shallow interpretation of "debt" and the lack of a clear linguistic pointer to "sin" or "mistake" (St. Luke translates what Jesus said to "sin" for a reason: he actually knew Greek). But then we can't interpret "offense" in a shallow way. Again, a problem persists. Not that the problem is non-existent in Latin and Greek as well… But the problem is really small in any case, and it's a matter of not simply taking a word literally and shallowly.

These verses were changed here in Brazil around the SVC to be the same as in Portugal (where they were using it at least since the beginning of that century, maybe as a copy of the French version, which changed earlier). Again, I suppose it's the same in Spanish.


63c5f4  No.815471

>>815468

>I suppose it could change in English

Forgot to finish writing that part as it was a "post-script" (or abstaining from writing, as the question wasn't directed to me).

I suppose it could be changed in English, but it would be probably more likely for it to happen if as a part of a slightly bigger liturgic change. I don't even know if there are, in English, differences between the Roman Catholic version and the "mainstream version" (if there's any "national" one). The new Catholic one would replace the old mainstream one probably only in Ireland, and then I have no idea how things work there.

If there's a "classic national version", then it's more unlikely to be changed, I suppose. And I also suppose there are already discussions about the subject in the Anglosphere that are completely unknown by me.

Probably it would be better for me to have abstained from commenting on this subject. That was probably what I was going to do but forgot to delete it from the post above.


76b3ab  No.816209

>>812711

Basatum et dominepastellum




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742d58  No.816124[Reply]

What would i have to give up in order to become a true Christian? For example my favorite band is Judas Priest, would i need to stop listening to them to go to heaven?

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c386fb  No.816136

>my favorite band is Judas Priest

Well, you have good taste.

No, you don't have to give up on them, though there may come a time when you no longer enjoy them so much. I used to love Hammerfall and Manowar (both awesome bands) as a teenager, but now I find Manowar a bit too on the edgy side for my taste. I still like them, but not to the same degree. Personally, I feel metal is, of the popular genres of music, the most Christian. Others like pop and hip-hop tend to be absolutely soul-less and lead to nihilism. When it comes to Hammerfall, many of their songs are about honor, duty and sacrifice, so I'm way more comfortable enjoying them. It's not that you'll become a puritan who makes the sign of the cross in front of a metal album, it's just that some of the more teenage angsty music won't connect so much with you.

Personally, I think this anon nailed it. >>816125

Christianity is followed with the heart, not by LARPing. I'm a Catholic, and it pains me to say that some of the most heretical denominations, like Mormons and Jehovah's witnesses, are the ones who act more consistently in Christian ways, even if their doctrines are all over the place. As important as doctrine and understanding it are, they're nothing is your heart isn't in the right place.

When it comes to prayer, think of it not so much as a duty but as good quality me-time. You could kind of say it's the western version of meditation. Relax yourself and pray slowly. If you're a Cath, the rosary is great. You can stop after a pair of mysteries and carry on later. Just remember that it was never supposed to be the only prayer you pray, so pray other things too.


d29eda  No.816153

>>816124

I mean, Judas Priest (despite the name) rarely actually sings about hell. I like Venom and I'm still Christian, I just don't let them influence my thoughts/ideals.


d29eda  No.816154

>>816153

The only band I refuse to listen to as a christian is Ghost, both because of their stage act, and because they suck hard.

Seriously, they're crappy glam rock cosplaying as black metal . Were it not for their Edgelord-bait act, they would never have been popular


687088  No.816182

I still listen to metal after coming back to Christ, but I listen to it a bit less. I used to love Iron Maiden, Metallica, Judas Priest, and so much more. Nowadays I still like their music since it was a huge part of my life at one time, but I don't listen to it as frequently and I don't let the lyrics influence me. If you want a good Christian metal band, check out Theocracy. They have a kind of Dream Theater vibe and all of their songs are Christian themed.


703968  No.816253

>>816126

>Will i ever get to enjoy anything?

You will find something that is much better than a rock song.




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49c885  No.814517[Reply]

If you've played through this DLC in which Johanka's story focuses on something of Catholic or Christian significance, spoilers alert:

She receives visions from Mary that happen to be true but ends up being trialed by the inquisition in which the outcome can result in her being lashed and complying with agreeing to never preach again, in which a miracle happens and somebody is healed by Mary.

The other is sentencing to death by the inquisitor.

What are your thoughts on the storyline and do you think it was overtly biased against the church in any ways? If so then how etc?

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58c9c1  No.815985

>>815984

i understand. but i think this guy is a good example of the average pagan LARPer


46141c  No.815987

>>815985

OH, I thought you were talking about the poster, not the links.


233c22  No.816089

>>814517

Why do clergymen needs fine robes and gold threads? Gold chalices, extraordinary and expensive cathedrals for their churches? Jesus would be whipping these misguided fools for repeating the same mistakes, so little surprise to me that God wouldn't be giving his guidance to those who aren't willing to listen, and instead pay more attention to their love of wealth and privilege of power over others.


46141c  No.816102

>>816089

Didn't Solomon cover the entire tabernacle in gold and gems? They don't where "fine robes" 24/7. They are used for mass and that's it. Same goes for "gold chalices" and the "extraordinary expensive cathedrals". It's called reverence.


ca11d2  No.816104

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>>816089

Hmm…




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7c18fd  No.815763[Reply]

I have decided to convert from Roman Catholicism to Orthodox Catholicism. How should I approach an Orthodox priest? I sorta have social anxiety and don't want to seem awkward.

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bae234  No.815923

>>815772

Quit being a dick and an idiot.

>>815791

Not really the best motivation tbh

>>815840

We do, nobody looks. Lukewarm Catholics exist for the same reason Orthos are low af in america and the world in general: people don't care enough to try.

>>815905

>Maybe cradle Catholics don't realize this, but I (and many others) have never considered or even thought about Catholicism until anons on here got me to research and consider it. I've had little interaction with Catholics prior to attending my first Mass, and I live in a state with a 20% Catholic population. The only churches that existed to me were Protestant ones, and the only times I heard about Catholicism were regarding the sexual abuse crisis. If /pol/ is going to flock to any particular denomination, it's going to be what's REALLY familiar to them, such as the denom they were raised or a more conservative variant of it (IFB, LCMS, etc.).

I was raised Catholic but almost became protestant until the way people talked about the Solas rubbed me the wrong way, even as someone who knew jack about Christianity. Prior to that, I sort of just went to PSR and Mass because I had to, and didn't really care. Then I became a Marxist Athiest in early Highschool, an Alt-Righter in Late Highschool and early college, and finally a Devout Catholic. bit of a rollercoaster to say the least.

I was initially evangelized by Presbyterians and Methodists though. I had contemplated both Catholicism and Orthodoxy, but found myself more drawn to Catholicism in the end. The Orthodox just seemed closed off to a negative degree, and their views on the Church fathers were bizarre to me, having read St. Augustine's works.

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709195  No.815998

>>815923

>Quit being a dick and an idiot.

They said the same thing about Jesus Christ. The Truth hurts and the Truth is that there is only One and Holy Church the God Himself established.


0d6f12  No.816002

>>815998

The truth doesn't have to be conveyed confrontationally though. You do more harm than good that way. You are the fruit of the church, try not to be so rotten towards others.


7474d4  No.816075

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>>815763

WELCOME HOME


2558fb  No.816079

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>>816075

What if he decides to join a Greek church though?




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f53c8e  No.815211[Reply]

Thoughts on climate change/global warming? (pic unrelated)

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4297ad  No.815939

>>815930

that whole chart is extremely erratic, does that look stable to you? I see 1 degree shifts all over the place…


6b7f8b  No.815940

>>815936

>>815939

So better to have no evidence at all outside of personal opinion than even a guestimate? I'm not even saying I have a firm stance on climate change, I'm just saying that complete disregard of any even attempted evidence is a bit suspect…


4297ad  No.815947

>>815940

>complete disregard for science

did you fall for the "97% of scientists meme"?

you know who started that right?


6b7f8b  No.815948

>>815947

I literally don't have a stance on climate change. Like I said, I don't think environmentalism should be reliant on that, and I think a lot of so called environmentalists don't know what they're talking about when they decide to interfere with nature in a different yet still destructive way (planting grid mapped forests, creating barriers to recycling, focusing on low return alternative energy, disrupting the food chain, blaming corporations rather than actually doing anything, embracing veganism despite decaying vegetable matter producing more greenhouse gasses than the entire global cattle industry, etc.).

What I am saying is that saying something is better than saying nothing in this debate.


4cb9a0  No.816001

>>815532

>Big papa Frank shilling for global governance again, what a shock.

Well ideally the world would be goverend by the Church, but there are heretics like you that refuse to come under Christ yet proclaim to be a Christian




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bcc02d  No.813532[Reply]

Protestants:

>Catholics believe in works salvation, to that don't really love god, they just want to accrue brownie points so the can get into heaven!

Also protestants:

>wow Catholics believe that If someone dies right after they go to confession they go straight to heaven no questions asked, that's so stupid!

Really activates my almonds

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35048f  No.814432

>>813580

Insert catholic circlejerk laughter here


111538  No.814433

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5eb96a  No.814637

>>814432

nya nya nyaha! - catlick


87acd2  No.814774

>>814006

>>814023

He won't be damned if he repented out of love of God (love of God due to his perfect goodness certainly suffices, there doesn't seem to be a consensus on whether love of gratituden suffices) and hatred of having offended Him (which may be joined with other motives, e.g. fear of Hell, but it must be present).

It's ultimately a simple concept, but have a slightly more detailed explanation to avoid confusion from the very good and detailed source that is Catholic Encyclopedia:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04337a.htm

And also this:

https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/dictionary/index.cfm?id=35519


849cc6  No.815876

>>813532

Seems kinda retarded that if you sin and die within 24 hours of confession Christ's sacrifice isn't sufficient to cleanse you of it without you going back to confession.




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eda97d  No.815637[Reply]

I'm in College, and I don't really know what I want to do with my life. I don't really care about money, and I'd rather do something I like. Well, I always enjoy going to Church, so it seems like Priesthood may be a good path for me. What do you guys think?

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f5e434  No.815696

>>815688

Reported.


a221ba  No.815768

>>815637

read st john chrysostom's books on the priesthood


eda97d  No.815786

>>815668

I'm at Church often. From my understanding, Koine Greek is taught at Seminary? Ecumenism is not something I'm a huge fan of, since I don't believe in compromising dogma just for the sake of unity. As for sexuality, I'm not a Puritan, but of course Women should dress modestly and fornication is a sin. Men obviously lead the church, but females can do things like choir for example. I'm Eastern Orthodox.


952aa4  No.815789

>>815673

Quit worshiping the bible, Bible-idolater.


d46d29  No.815819

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>>815786

> I'm Eastern Orthodox

Ah ok, for a minute there I thought you were Roman Catholic with rigid beliefs and in danger of being weeded out of the interview process with the diocesan vocations director.

You'll be fine as an Orthodox priest from what you have stated; major issues are political in nature and not normally having something to do with theology.

Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, Have Mercy on Us; Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost, Both now and forever unto the ages of ages, Amen.




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e918e9  No.810480[Reply]

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1bbfc2  No.815735

>>810830

> the Father and the Son together produce the Holy Ghost

> produce

< G-guys, filioque is totally not arianism applied to the Holy Spirit


4a7d0e  No.815738

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>>812343

Russia is declining how? Population wise? Sure, Russia is moribund, but Russia has the natural resources to change all that on a dime. There's a boom on the horizon for both central Russia and inland China just simply because if someone can get organized (and it looks like Xi might do just that with his BRI project) they have the technology to finally exploit the tagia, effectively a land-bound sea of timber, oil, fresh water, and minerals.

The only other group on earth that has access to an equivalent potential are the Canadians, and Canada is too heavily invested in the maritime economy to realize the potential.


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f37ad4  No.815749

>>815698

The infiltrator argument is kinda retarded. If it only takes ones random spy to turn to country into the first atheist state in world's history then something you're doing wrong. Let alone that Lenin is still worshiped in Russia together with Stalin and his body is mummified and kept in a literal mausoleum.

The problem is that the Russian church too much politics and no religion, just like in the time before the communist revolution.


1584b6  No.815788

>>815735

Go away, (((Jay))).




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eb6ca1  No.814536[Reply]

Hi, friends. I wish to ask of something that has been bothering me for a long time. I am Scottish and was born to a family which had Catholicism on my mother’s side (as a result of Irish roots) whereas my father’s side was Protestant/Agnostic. I was baptised as a Catholic and also made my first Holy Communion and I was very interested in the word of God as a child. However, at around 10, I became disillusioned with Catholicism and became agnostic. I refused to partake in my confirmation.

For the past few years, I have grown to respect Catholicism again and have partaken in many Catholic activities. I did not make my confirmation though as a result of my aforementioned rebelliousness (which I regret immensely).

I feel as though I’m in the purgatory of Catholicism. I’m sort of Catholic but not really. I’m like a discarded Catholic who never passed the final quality assurance test.

Basically, is it over for me and have I ruined it all for myself? Would I have to go through an adult conversion programme to realise and become a full and proper member of the Roman Catholic Church?

Thank you.

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e9a125  No.815163

I've been told FSSP and SSPX priests do one on one mentoring for confirmation so if you are already familiar you can get confirmed as soon as a bishop visits your town. Apparently they also take things very seriously and will provide great teaching.


48c497  No.815198

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>>815162

>schisming away from the Church Jesus Himself set up

>literally getting autistic over the filioque

>protesting Jesus' decision to make St. Peter the first Pope

<stop calling me a heretic!

Im sorry, I should have called you a protestant. It is far more accurate.


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>>815198

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a0f98f  No.815750

Same. I'm doing it now and I'll get confirmed next year. I'm going with people who is 40+ years and I'm only 19. So yes, you'll go to an adult programme, we met once a month.

At least they gave me a free Bible


0af16f  No.815781

>>814536

We had a guy like you in our RCIA class this year; an unconfirmed cradle catholic.

Just ask a priest or someone involved with religious education about it. Youll probably have to take classes, but you can definitely get confirmed.




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2f876a  No.804846[Reply]

Silly question but how should a Christian man present himself?

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844130  No.815452

>>814711

Expensive quality is fine, expensive vanity is not.

If the leather jacket is $150 because it’s well made and will last for a long time, that’s fine. If it’s $150 because of some Jewish brand name, then no. You should attempt to avoid branding yourself at all times though.


3ccfd3  No.815549

So many people will put on a suit and tie, or even full black tie dress, to go to some completely meaningless entertainment like a concert or an opera, but then they show up to mass in jeans and a T-shirt. What is wrong with these people? Are they just too lazy to put on nice clothes for mass? Do they just not take the mass seriously? I mean, I guess it is pretty hard to take mass seriously when you’re part of a Novus Ordo congregation and have to sing cheesy Protestant hymns and listen to half-naked women pound an out-of-tune piano like you’re in a liberal Baptist church, but that’s still not an excuse.


6d1d1f  No.815567

>>815452

Branding is cucked anyway, you're paying money to be a walking billboard. Avoid huge flashy logos whenever possible.


151fce  No.815755

>>804846

By not looking like a skeptic community faggot.


ba53db  No.815766

>>804846

have long hair or tonsure

wear clothes that fit

avoid homosexual clothes like jeans




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02e0f9  No.809042[Reply]

Post a saint from you're country

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5734dc  No.813908

>>812925

>There are.none from muirica

Yes there are. Here's one: >>809241


d688b3  No.813920

>>812548

Tell me more about Saint Images.


92b2a5  No.814216

>>813920

For what? Since Maronites are fully in communion with Rome but still has influences of the East, our artwork reflects it.

Mar Nimatullah is my favorite


25b915  No.814426

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Technically not a Saint, hopefully this changes soon


80ab2a  No.815743

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>Benedict Joseph Labre was truly eccentric, one of God’s special little ones. Born in France and the eldest of 18 children, he studied under his uncle, a parish priest. Because of poor health and a lack of suitable academic preparation he was unsuccessful in his attempts to enter the religious life. Then, at age 16, a profound change took place. Benedict lost his desire to study and gave up all thoughts of the priesthood, much to the consternation of his relatives.

>He became a pilgrim, traveling from one great shrine to another, living off alms. He wore the rags of a beggar and shared his food with the poor. Filled with the love of God and neighbor, Benedict had special devotion to the Blessed Mother and to the Blessed Sacrament. In Rome, where he lived in the Colosseum for a time, he was called “the poor man of the Forty Hours devotion” and “the beggar of Rome.” The people accepted his ragged appearance better than he did. His excuse to himself was that “our comfort is not in this world.”

>On April 16, 1783, the last day of his life, Benedict dragged himself to a church in Rome and prayed there for two hours before he collapsed, dying peacefully in a nearby house. Immediately after his death, the people proclaimed him a saint.

Benedict Joseph Labre was canonized by Pope Leo XIII in 1881. His Liturgical Feast Day is April 16.




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98242f  No.814770[Reply]

Is anyone else shocked with how quickly these people managed to infest and subvert Christianity? Shit like this was absolutely unthinkable 20 years ago

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f24721  No.815514

>>815513

> go and sin no more

Fixed that for you


f5f891  No.815516

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>>815513

Is stealing memes a sin? Cause I'm stealing that Christ-chan.


82cac9  No.815517

>>815496

Instead of despairing and hoping you will get a chance to repent before you have any ither chance to sin, just do what you do is right. Stop being promiscuous, stop watching pornography, stop sexualising everything, confess, go to mass, marry a girl and fix your life.

No excuses, no procastrinating, stop the huge perversion you have fallen into. Get into some hobby, get some actual friends without sexualising them, etc. Your wildest dreams are as honorable as the wildest dreams of a pedophile.


b661f6  No.815704

>>815516

Stop saying meme for everything. It makes you sound like an unloved child.


32d17b  No.815708

>>815516

That's not a meme. It's just an image.




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e8b699  No.811066[Reply]

Constantinople has separated itself from the Orthodox Church. No other Church recognizes the autocephaly of Ukraine. They are schismatics no longer within Orthodoxy. Moscow is now the center of the holy Orthodox Catholic Church. Submit.

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f185c2  No.811745

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>>811066

>Guy at my chapel frequents an orthodox commune

>Says that the Russians have stopped partaking in the sacraments because it's a Greek church

>Mfw people stop partaking in completely valid sacraments because of political matters

Seriously get a grip


389600  No.811747

By modern standards orders like the Templars or the Teutonic Knights would essentially be considered Armed Security Guards who's job is to protect missionaries, pilgrims as well as churches/relics from persecutors (And especially from terrorists, jihadists or suicide bombers).

So why don't we create Catholic based both Armed and Unarmed Security groups dedicated to doing this once again?

Whether its paid or unpaid, if unpaid we can muster faithful or parish members who have experience (Or want to get some) that are willing to volunteer as well depending.


389600  No.811748

>>811747

Same poster here, wait sorry I intended to post a standalone thread* Will get to it


dcc2a3  No.815671

>>811333

Trips of truth


443a66  No.815672

>>811175

>You are aware of the quotes teaching the infallibility of the Holy See,

no please enlighten me, i have never seen any father say the see of Rome is infallible.




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