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After indoctrinating and teaching followers to kneel before the cross to become ‘cross believers’ and enemies of God because of idolatry and at the same time, collecting tithes and donation from them, Roman Catholic priests have no right whatsoever to scold unwed mother or anybody.
In the first place, they should had been traditionally scolded for teaching doctrines, which antagonized the Ten Commandments of God.
Also, at most, they should know how to be grateful for material things that were given to them by followers despite their faulty teachings, which caused Filipinos to suffer calamities because of Roman Catholicism idolatry.
This article is related to the misdemeanor of one Filipino catholic priest, who angrily scolded a young unmarried mother, who brought her baby for baptism by the priest.
As reported in ph.news.yahoo.com, said incident was videotaped. Also, the report reveals the following comments of the priest as follows:
“You should be ashamed of yourself for bringing your child to be baptised when you don’t even have a husband,” the priest is shown telling the visibly shaken young woman in a clip uploaded on YouTube which has since gone viral.
“You are shameless. You slept with a man who is not even your husband,” he alleged.
Turning to her relatives and friends, the priest asked: “Is she being a good Christian… will you spread your legs for a man you barely know?”
CAUTION AGAINST TRADITIONAL RELIGIOUS DECEPTION: By inserting the ‘sign of the beast’ or the cross, the scriptural passage on baptism was drastically revised by Roman Catholicism not known to believers.
While Christ commanded his disciples “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”, Roman Catholicism on the other hand did insert the ‘sign of the cross’ in baptism using the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. This ‘sign of the cross’ is being placed by the priest on the forehead of the child, who is being baptized.
Christ mentioned only the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit but Roman Catholicism deceptively added the ‘sign of the cross’ in baptism. The verses, where the command is found, are as follows:
18 And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.19 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all (more…)