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Roman Catholics and ‘cross’ believers are being challenged. Will Magellan’s cross, which was planted by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 in Cebu City, be able to protect and save the city and neighboring areas? Also, will Sto. Niño idols be able to do so protecting the Cebuanos?
This challenge is related to the judgment based on the following critical grounds:
- Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places
- Cross idolatry
- Protecting pedophile priest by Cebu Archdiocese
- Pedophilia in the area
Factual bases of the judgment:
Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places:
“The Sinulog celebration lasts for nine days, culminating on the final day with the Sinulog Grand Parade. The day before the parade, the Fluvial Procession is held at dawn with a statue of the Santo Niño carried on a pump boat from Mandaue City to (more…)
For centuries, people are used to believing that ‘cross’ is a symbol of Christianity, not knowing that it is the ‘sign of the beast’. Also, every Ash Wednesday, Roman Catholics were taught to receive the same, by way of marking with ashes with a ‘cross’ sign in the forehead and at the same time, reminded of the ‘ashes to ashes’ doctrine of the Roman Catholicism.
With this ceremony, Roman Catholics are in conformity of being finally turned into ashes if they receive the mark instead of resurrecting them into life, which is being being offered by Christ.
Taking note that this ceremony is on voluntary basis because not all Roman Catholics received said mark on Ash Wednesday, those who received it are already on estoppel of receiving life.
In other words, it is less likely for them to be saved as they have already consented to receive the ‘sign of the beast’. Christ respects one’s freedom of choice and by setting aside his words and at the same time believing not on his words, anyone is free to do it subject to consequences.
Roman Catholicism is the root cause of Philippine poverty. That being so, it has no moral, spiritual and legal standing to speak for the benefit of the poor through the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) because such representation is illogical and immoral.This is an academic proposition.
This article is related to January 29, 2014 issue of The Philippine Star News, where Catholic Bishops depicted poverty in the Philippines as a social scandal.
In a pastoral letter, the CBCP admitted that 28 percent of Filipinos are still barely living from day to day despite the advances in Philippine society in terms of basic education, fundamental aspect of economy, peace initiatives in Mindanao and the government’s efforts to curtail graft and corruption, including the final
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