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This episode is dedicated to all the victims of Roman Catholic abuse, whose pain was too much for them and they committed suicide.
I wrote a letter to the editor in response to Pope Francis asking priest abuse victims to forgive him and the church for our abuses. This is a part of that response:
"How can Paul Anthony Carson, whom upon seeing the priest whom raped him walking down the street and then going home and hanging himself, being found by his parents, forgive him?
How can Emma Foster, whom was raped by Father Kevin O'Donnell, while at a primary school whom committed suicide because of it, forgive him?
How can Daniel Neill, whom committed suicide because of his rapist priest, Joseph Gallagher, forgive him?
How can the 30 boys raped at the St Alipius primary school, whom committed suicide forgive him for their rapes?
There are about a thousand or more victims of these evil crimes who committed suicide. Tonight, we honor their memory and call to task the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, all of the Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops, priests, nuns and parishioners, who have ignored this evil and to correct it immediately.
These brothers and sisters of ours...deserve no less.
Bishop James was born in Louisville, Kentucky and was raised Roman Catholic. He attended a Roman Catholic grade school and it was during the time while he was attending kindergarten that he knew that he had a calling to serve as a priest. His mother had asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up and James pointed at the priest and said, “I want to do what he does.”
From then on, his calling to serve as a priest grew stronger as the years progressed until he decided to join the seminary and begin his formation.
James attended St. Meinrad College but because of financial problems, the school had to close its doors. Therefore, he transferred to Loyola University in Chicago and graduated.
He continued his priestly studies by joining Saint Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, Illinois. It was during this time that James began working closely with his spiritual director and through prayer, he decided that God was calling him to serve as a priest within the Independent Catholic Church.
Because of his theological differences with the Roman Catholic Church, James felt that it was better to be ordained within the Independent Catholic Church. This decision was not an easy one and it was a decision that he made out of respect for the Roman Catholic Church and his calling.
He is currently the Archbishop for the United States Old Catholic Church and offers Spiritual and Life help for those who seek his assistance.
Teach me your way, O Lord! (Psalm 86:11)
In this episode of The Gary Zimak Show, we'll begin to walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Why is that important? Throughout the centuries, God has revealed Himself gradually to His people. When the time was right, He sent His Son to become flesh and be our Savior. Jesus founded a Church and through that Church He reveals Himself to us in great detail. Living in this day and age, we have the benefit of being able to study two thousand years of Church teaching. That teaching is contained in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. As we step through it, we'll get to know the Father, Son and Holy Spirit a lot better than we do now. As a result, we'll be able to share them with others. This will be a one of a kind series. Don't miss it!
Stephen Marlowe and his Attorney Gregory Gianforcaro go Online With Andrea to share Stephen's story about being sexually abused by a Catholic Priest and betrayed in a Catholic Church. They will also discuss their efforts to have the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse cases changed so there is no limitation on the reporting of this crime. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.
Demonologist Dr.Jerry Williams uncovers the Catholic Church and exorcisms. Are the Catholic Church only the ones who can perform Exorcisms? What happens during an Exorcism and understanding Spiritual Attacks that takes place. How to protect ourselves from the world of the Demonic.
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“Is the Catholic church the only true church? Or the longest running cult in history?” asks World Cult Watch host Rob Robinson.
In this segment, which will be co-hosted with Colleen Sautez, the hosts will talk about the fact that the Roman Catholic Church is an attractive target for conspiracy theorists, due in large part to its elaborate and sometimes mysterious rituals. The church’s alleged associations with secret societies like the Knights Templar and brand of Jesuit priests accused of being a mafia-like arm of the church have also helped to create the sense of intrigue.. The idea of the pope as antichrist plays a central role in the anti-Catholic conspiracy theories. This notion dates back to the Protestant Reformation, when Martin Luther, whose complaints about financial and theological improprieties of the Church set off a schism within Western Christianity.
In a more tangible way, the recent scandals involving child abuse, including molestation by priests, have tainted the image of the Catholic church.
But is the church a cult? Call Rob and Colleen to share your opinion.
World Cult Watch is a weekly program that airs every Sunday night. Bob runs the “World Cult Watch” website, offering insight and hard-hitting stories about the teachings of various abusive and authoritarian cults. In his show and website, Rob also offers comfort for ex-cult members struggling with the guilt, grief, anger and other emotions associated with spiritual abuse.
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Feast of the Presentation of The Lord with Fr. Daniel Kelley, Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington TX. Today's homily is on the Feast of the PResentation of The Lord. On this fortieth day after Christmas, we find yet another reason to celebrate the great incarnation of Jesus Christ our Lord. This day was traditionally the end of a much longer Christmas season than what we currently observe, and in the midst of continuing winter darkness it is good to recall yet again the true Light of the world. Let us enter joyfully into this celebration, and together with Simeon and Anna announce salvation to all the world.
Genesis 17:5 God changes Abrams name to Abraham depicting this truth. Abram spiritually means“Father”, while Abraham means “Father of a host of nations”.
This change from Abram to Abraham is very significant because it points to the seed that would ultimately come, it is a foreshadowing the Messiah: Isaiah 11:1,“But a shoot shall spout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a bud shall blossom. The spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him”.
Jesse: David’s Father. Stump: After the Babylonian exile, only a stump of the Davidic Dynasty will remain; from it will arise the new shoot, the Messianic King. Also the root meaning of the word bud refers to the word NESER which hits the root of NAZIR which translates toNAZARETH. Jesus would be called Jesus the Nazarene!
Jesus Himself fulfills the prophecies of the Old Testament. What I am addressing at this point is the work that Jesus did. Isaiah spoke of the Lord’s servants: “no weapon that is fashioned against you shall prosper, and you shall confute every tongue that rises against you in judgment. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD and their vindication from me, says the LORD.” Isaiah 54:17
Stephen Powers of A Call to Action talks about the role of Women in the Catholic Church
Join as we work our way through the & letters to the 7 churches. This episode will feature Part 1 of the letter to Pergamon - We will discuss the rise of the Roman Catholic Church and other issues that faced this ancient church. Please check out our website @RemnantXradio.com and send me a friend request on facebook!