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"Jesus was the ultimate humanitarian"

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Via Catholic Sat, Press Conference Today, Youth Delegate Joseph Sapati Moeono-Kolio: "Jesus was the ultimate humanitarian, the champion for the poor, the vulnerable, and the ultimate champion …More
Via Catholic Sat, Press Conference Today, Youth Delegate Joseph Sapati Moeono-Kolio: "Jesus was the ultimate humanitarian, the champion for the poor, the vulnerable, and the ultimate champion against injustice"
Erich Foltyn
I also use to say, "Jesus was a genius, because he had the theology to convert the worshipping from animal sacrificies to bred and wine within 3 days", but I don't go and say this in a big public as if a was an authority, because this is an auxiliary word contruction in order to reduce a devine happening to one single sentence, which is not the same as the revelation. And it does not have the …More
I also use to say, "Jesus was a genius, because he had the theology to convert the worshipping from animal sacrificies to bred and wine within 3 days", but I don't go and say this in a big public as if a was an authority, because this is an auxiliary word contruction in order to reduce a devine happening to one single sentence, which is not the same as the revelation. And it does not have the authority to exist as as a real catholic tuition. To say "Jesus is a super star" is not the right access to god and then go an buy a new car. It is not the American way of life the condition for the christian god believe, but a life in hermitage as a precondtion for approximation to a life in church.
alex j
How old is this guy??? Young he's not. Nor does he speak for anyone but himself. His implications, like so many other "carefully hand picked candidates" is that, only the modern church cares about the marginalised. What a slap in the face to all those Saints such as St. Vincent de Paul, St. John Bosco whom put Christ first in their lives then reached out to the marginalised. Quoting Fr. Flanagan,…More
How old is this guy??? Young he's not. Nor does he speak for anyone but himself. His implications, like so many other "carefully hand picked candidates" is that, only the modern church cares about the marginalised. What a slap in the face to all those Saints such as St. Vincent de Paul, St. John Bosco whom put Christ first in their lives then reached out to the marginalised. Quoting Fr. Flanagan, founder of Boys Town, "They put the cart before the horse." that succinctly sums up the modernist church.
mccallansteve
Blah, blah.
Christ was God, the King, the founder of the One, Holy , Catholic and Apostolic Church, outside of which, no one can be saved.