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Seidenspinner
Schönheit des Katholizismus
The female body should be veiled because everything which is sacred calls for veiling. Veiling indicates sacredness and it is a special privilege of the woman that she enters church veiled - Alice von Hildebrand
Darice Henriques
🙏 Rest in peace
Scapular
Courageous woman of Faith. RIP
Ursula Sankt
la verdad prevalece
V/. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord.
R/. And let perpetual light shine upon her.
V/. May she rest in peace.
R/. Amen.
V/. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed,
through the mercy of God,
rest in peace.
R/. Amen.
Hugh N. Cry
RIP
philosopher
@Rand Miller to clarify, she said one could possibly be saved as a Buddhist but not through Buddhism (the principle of invincible ignorance). If they are saved, it is only through Christ the Logos whom they unknowingly follow in the Natural Law. This is what the Catholic Church teaches. She was a great Catholic philosopher and defender of the Faith.
Rand Miller
Your opinion is false
Rand Miller
She said one could get to heaven as a Buddhist!!
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
To be fair, where else would they go? Maybe the minute they meet Jesus, they accept him as God and believe in Him.....and then they go to Heaven. The historical Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama( 480-400 BC), also known as Shakayamuni Buddha was a genuinely good man who did many good and charitable things in his life, and founded a huge monastic Order to continue that work. Contrary to what uninformed …More
To be fair, where else would they go? Maybe the minute they meet Jesus, they accept him as God and believe in Him.....and then they go to Heaven. The historical Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama( 480-400 BC), also known as Shakayamuni Buddha was a genuinely good man who did many good and charitable things in his life, and founded a huge monastic Order to continue that work. Contrary to what uninformed people believe, Buddha did not claim to be a god, and did not want to be worshipped as a god either during or after his death. Buddha tried to teach people a contemplative way of life to reach peace in their lives and their spirit. Nirvana was his word for enlightenment (= death). The ironic thing is that Buddha did not want to be worshiped, and he lead a humble life. His monastic disiples did not/do not worship him either. They honor his example, try to live by it, read his teachings, follow the monastic rule, (and over history there's been corruption and scandals in the monastic Order of Buddhists the same sort of issues as in Catholic monasticism in some periods). Theres been pedophilia and homo scandals in Buddhist monastic orders too. But most of the monastics have been good people, and lived "holy" lives. Buddha is not to them a god. And he actually isn't worshipped as a "god" by anyone. He is sees as a "channel" or a "messenger" to God. Also, Buddha didn't attempt to found a religion at all, rather it's a school of teaching..not a religion. But some countries added on their own gods and goddesses onto Buddhist teachings (China, Tibet, Japan), into a kind of combination of beliefs. But from the beginning, Buddhism is not a religion, but rather a way of life and of thinking about the world, and about ones self. I would not condemn them to somewhere else other than Heaven in the end.
But it's interesting to think of where the ancient Egyptians and the Romans and Greeks went when they died....before Jesus ever came to Earth and was born of the Virgin Mary. I think the Catholic Church used to teach of a place called Limbo (not Purgatory)..where all the people born before Jesus went.
Rand Miller
What you're saying is speculative, but not Catholic.
philosopher
Jesus said, I have other sheep not of this fold. He is referring to those righteous souls who sought the divine wisdom of the Logos and followed Him according to the best of what could be ascertained under their time and historical conditions. However, it was not automatic, guaranteed or universal, as is the claim made by modernists, but an individual who really strove for understanding God and …More
Jesus said, I have other sheep not of this fold. He is referring to those righteous souls who sought the divine wisdom of the Logos and followed Him according to the best of what could be ascertained under their time and historical conditions. However, it was not automatic, guaranteed or universal, as is the claim made by modernists, but an individual who really strove for understanding God and virtue and putting it into practice.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
"However, it was not automatic, guaranteed or universal, as is the claim made by modernists...."---------Modernists and heretics such as Pope Francis, who has stated in writing and speeches many times, that everyone automatically is saved.