Tagged with Vatican

The occult roots of Catholic Mary

The occult roots of Catholic Mary

 Catholic Mary appeared to St. James in Spain, when she was still alive in Jerusalem. This is what we can read on CNA, the Roman Catholic News Agency. Many Americans might associate St. James with Spain because of El Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James), and some may know that he traveled to … Continue reading

“Our Lady will defeat Satan”

“Our Lady will defeat Satan”

“He now sends His Mother, the Lady of All Nations, to you, to all nations. She will defeat Satan, as has been foretold. She will place her feet upon Satan’s head”. This is the central doctrine of end time Marian theology.  It is “Catholic Mary” as co-redeemer and advocate, that will return to Earth and … Continue reading

Honor «god» and Queen of Heaven

Honor «god» and Queen of Heaven

The Koran brands Jesus as Jesus son of Mary. Not Jesus the Son of God. The Vatican includes Muslims as a part of God`s plan of salvation. Many Catholic faithful are disturbed when they see the Pope kissing the Koran. But this act by the Pontiff is not strange at all. Because the Vatican and … Continue reading

Pope entrust Benin to “Our lady of Africa”

Pope Benedict claim to know “Christ”. But at the end of many messages, he honor “his mother” the “Queen of Heaven”. This is what the Catholic News Agency recorded at the very end of a news report from Benin: The Pope concluded by entrusting the dioceses of Benin and the episcopal ministry of each bishop … Continue reading

Rotten man and child in chains

Rotten man and child in chains

Vatican priests who have done this have blood on their hands and a heart of stone. This image is taken from Capela dos Ossos in Portugal. This Holy Roman Catholic site is located in the city of Évora 130 kilometer south of Lisbon. In plain English “Capela dos Ossos”  should be translated Chapel of Bones.  … Continue reading

The Catholic corpse of Sevilla

The Catholic corpse of Sevilla

Faithful papists in Spain bow before Dona Maria Coronel, one of the “saints” of Sevilla in Spain. Dona María Fernández Coronel lived in Sevilla in Spain (1334 † 1411). Her remains can be venerated in Royal Convent of Santa Ines, where the Catholic Church claims “Holy Doña Maria Coronel is uncorrupted”. I have written about … Continue reading

Vatican shares building with gay sauna

Vatican shares building with gay sauna

One of the key departments of the Vatican shares a building in Rome that hosts Italy’s biggest gay sauna. The historic palazzo is the headquarters of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples, which was founded in 1622 and is responsible for missionary activities. The building provides accommodation for about 15 priests. But the imposing … Continue reading

Italian Magazine: 98 per cent of priests are gays

Panorama is owned by Silvio Berlusconi and claims the Vatican is full of homosexual priests. A preview of the article sent out by Panorama said: “By day they are regular priests, complete with dog collar, but at night, it’s off with the cassock as they take their place as perfectly integrated members of the Italian … Continue reading

Pope promise atheists heaven

Pope promise atheists heaven

Just do good, and we’ll find a meeting point, says Francis in marked departure from Benedict’s line on non-Catholics. Atheists should be seen as good people if they do good, Pope Francis has said in his latest urging that people of all religions, and none, work together. The leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman … Continue reading

The Pope deny the second coming of Jesus

The Pope believe the second coming of Jesus is His presence in the Eucharist. This is part of the address of the Pope Sunday 17th November before and after praying the midday Angelus in St. Peter’s Square. This is how the Pope explains two central Bible verses of the second coming of Jesus: “Then the … Continue reading

Roman Catholics of the day

Roman Catholics of the day

This Spaniard is going into to celebrate the Ishtar festival.  He is dressed like a butcher, and he carries a cross. The Vatican teaches that to “carry the cross”, is to walk around with a physical piece of wood. What Jesus meant, was that we must face and overcome lies, persecution and hardship.  We will … Continue reading

The truth about the Roman Catholic mass

The truth about the Roman Catholic mass

“The Mass is the greatest blasphemy 
of God, and the highest idolatry upon
the earth, an abomination the like of 
which has never been in Christendom.” “The Kingdom of Christ is a kingdom
of mercy, grace, and goodness. The
 kingdom of the Pope is a kingdom
 of lies and damnation!” “The Roman Church has become
 the most … Continue reading

Claims to head of John the Baptist

Claims to head of John the Baptist

The mother of all corruption and shame.The Catholic Church of Amiens in France have kept John the Baptists skull on a plate. Jesus explains there have never been a greater man than John the Baptist walking the Earth. Still a Catholic Church in France, feels the need to keep a skull on a plate, and … Continue reading

Bible: Repent and be baptized

Bible: Repent and be baptized

To follow Jesus is all about repentance and obedience. An infant can not do that.   One of the biggest arguments within Christianity is linked to baptism. I know that my Catholic friends will reject todays messages, and my Lutheran family will be offended. But I have to tell the truth, and will say as … Continue reading

Diplomats of all religions hail the Pope

Every January, the Pope greets a corps of 178 Ambassadors inside the Vatican. They all hail the Pontiff. The Vatican Statehood is unique. The Pope is the only religious leader who has been gifted immunity from prosecution. He can not be put for trial outside of the Vatican, as long as he do not commit … Continue reading

Vatican claims for Good Friday is fraud

Could Jesus have been crucified on a Friday? If so, The Messiah was a liar who did not spend three days in the grave. The tomb of Jesus the Messiah was empty Sunday morning. That is resurrection Sunday. The Pope in Rome claims «Jesus» was crucified on Friday. The Vatican wants us to believe it … Continue reading

The moon decides date for Easter

Did Jesus die on the Cross within the month of March, or in April? The Pope has decided that the Moon will decide the correct day. Have you ever been puzzled by why man changes the dates of when man shall mark the day Jesus died on the cross? The truth is that the Church … Continue reading

The age of false teachers and deception

Jesus the Messiah has warned us about impostors. But how to discern a false teacher and a false prophet? Paul the Apostle has a simple advice. Stay put in solid Bible teaching. Old is gold. The new kids of the block are often those who have come to lead you astray.  2 Timothy 3:12-14 In … Continue reading

The Roman Catholic skull of the day

Saint Ignatius, O.F.M. Cap., was born in 1701, the son of peasants at Laconi, Sardinia. As a young man he vowed, during a serious illness, that if he recovered his health, he would consecrate his life to God in the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. He died on May 11, 1781, and many miracles were … Continue reading

The church of Rome massacred the Albigensian

As many as 60.000 Albigensian were massacred in France during a crusade from 1209 to 1229. The Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade (1209–1229) was a 20-year military campaign initiated by Pope Innocent III to eliminate Catharism in Languedoc, in the south of France. Catharism (/ˈkæθərɪzəm/; from Greek: καθαροί, katharoi, “the pure”)[1] was a Christian dualist … Continue reading

Eucharistic Miracles or Demonic Deceptions?

The Catholic Church claims that the many Eucharistic miracles are proof that the bread (of the Lord’s supper) is turned into the Lord’s actual body, blood, soul, and divinity. This is not an easy article for me to write for several reasons. Number one, because I was an avid Eucharist-adorer/believer. I used to think these … Continue reading

Pope kisses tapped blood of late pope John Paul II

Pope Benedict XVI kisses the glass reliquary containing the blood of late Pope John Paul II. This act took place during the beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, Sunday, May 1, 2011, in the fastest beatification in modern times Source: Multiple Media My comment: To worship blood is basically a central doctrine … Continue reading

Video: Roman Catholic worship of the dead

Pope Emeritus worshiped dead popes, corpses and bones. Take a look at this 10 minutes long video. This video expose Roman Catholic worship of death. Pope Emeritus him self is obsessed with dead popes, corpses, skulls and bones. Catholicism is the doctrinal base of a religious movement that must never be mistaken for Biblical Christianity. … Continue reading