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    17 Mar '16 12:051 edit
    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/pope-benedict-catholic-church-crisis-since/2016/03/16/id/719463/

    Former Pope Benedict says the Catholic church is in crisis and at a crossroads.

    He did not come out and say it, but essentially he is implying that the "new church" is apostate.
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    17 Mar '16 12:20
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/pope-benedict-catholic-church-crisis-since/2016/03/16/id/719463/

    Former Pope Benedict says the Catholic church is in crisis and at a crossroads.

    He did not come out and say it, but essentially he is implying that the "new church" is apostate.
    No he isn't you slobbery drooler, he questions the relationship between faith and salvation.
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    17 Mar '16 19:25
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    No he isn't you slobbery drooler, he questions the relationship between faith and salvation.
    sing facts in a debate with whodey is cheating.
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    18 Mar '16 02:35
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    No he isn't you slobbery drooler, he questions the relationship between faith and salvation.
    He is asking the question as to whether Jesus is needed for salvation. There are those in the church who are saying Jesus is not needed.

    I'm not sure how much more heretical you can get than that.
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    18 Mar '16 16:15
    Nothing he says is ex cathedra, so who cares?
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    20 Mar '16 18:59
    The church as been in crisis since day one. So what's new?
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    21 Mar '16 01:15
    Originally posted by JS357
    Nothing he says is ex cathedra, so who cares?
    I see, so only the sitting Pope is perfect.

    Too bad he retired and gave up perfection.
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