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Holy week: Is it really holy?

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Roman Catholicism is influencing the world to traditionally believe that ‘holy week’ is holy by calling the week holy. But in truth is there really such a thing, when deeply rooted in it are the ungodliness of doctrines and practices, including those that are promoting and attending to them?

holy leaves

There is foolishness in calling the leaves holy just like in the case of holy week. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Setting aside tradition and merely basing on simple human logic, are these doctrines and practices which promote idolatry during the week really holy?  How about the priests, nuns/sisters, bishops, archbishop and the Pope who promote idolatry during the week? Are they holy?

How about those attending masses during the week, are they also holy, when they grossly insult God with idolatry, with the ‘sign of the cross’, rosary and inverted lord’s prayer sung or recited during the mass, which is started with three (3) amen but without ending in it?

Instead of kneeling before God during the week, Roman Catholicism indoctrinated believers to kneel before the cross that is usually at the altar using the Name of God in vain. Is this practice holy?

Or did it became holy based only on lying words just like in the case of the cross and the rosary and other Roman Catholic’s alleged holies headed by alleged ‘Holy’ Father in Vatican city, who is the alleged ‘Holy’ See or the Pope?

In brief, if the doctrines and practices including those who are promoting them and the ‘devotees’ are not holy, is it still possible for the week to stay holy? Besides, was the ‘week’ able to accomplish something holy by itself to be considered holy?

Obviously, the only thing that Roman Catholicism would not admit is ‘Unholy Idolatry’ being traditionally adopted and to effectively hide it, it uses  the word ‘holy’ to deceive believers.

Similarly, the  world was made to believe that because Christ is the root word for Christmas then the celebration is in memory of Christ. But because December 25 was never settled as the birth date of Christ, believers effectively ended  celebrating the birth date of a Roman pagan god. Worst, it likewise ended in the celebration in memory of Sta. Claus.

In fine, is holy week really holy?

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