Monday, March 19, 2007

Powerful visual of how tradtions of men corrupt and divide...



Please visit here and see a powerful visual of the inception of the Catholic Church Jesus founded, and the cancerous division giving us now what are anywhere from 25,000 to 30,000 churches worldwide. Is it any wonder the lost in this world are left scratching their heads about Christianity? It's heartbreaking, but I must trust, and have confidence that Jesus' prayer of John 17 will one day come to fruition, but how we MUST PRAY! Oh dear, St Joseph, pray for us! Pray for the family of God to be united and of ONE MIND, ONE HEART, ONE FAITH. Bring the lost sheep Home. Help us, Lord, pray for us Our Mother, that your faithful and faithful by your grace alone, Lord Jesus, share the Truth and speak the Truth in love; the whole Truth and nothing but the Truth, as our "yes" remains "yes" and "no" remains "no" as we live and trust in You. Amen.


Happy Feast of St Joseph and let us call on his blessed intercession for the heartbreak of "conglomination"
susie

2 comments:

Tiber Jumper said...

I found that site too awhile back and plan on posting a link as well. It is so important to really see how the Church has been fractured by division.
Can't be what Christ intended.

Joyful Catholics said...

You're right. I can't believe he'd leave us children "orphans" to just 'figger it out" for ourselves. Not like a "loving Father" to do that, or a God who suffered such a cruel, bloody death to just say, "Hey, kids, just go about everything on your own, and don't worry about anything but agreeing on anything but the "essentials." You know, the Eucharist, symbol or my real body and blood? Baptism...ordinance or necessary for salvation? Five Sacraments or two? Or..none? And after you've sufficiently divided like a vicious cancer, we'll call it good, and it'll all come "out in the wash on the Last Day."

Yeah, TJ, far from our Lord to intend there to be 25,000 to 30,000 denominations proclaiming "Truth" and not agreeing on one tenth of it.

JMJ pray for us!