We who preach the gospel must not think of ourselves as public relations agents sent to establish good will between Christ and the world. We must not imagine ourselves commissioned to make Christ acceptable to big business, the press, the world of sports or modern education. We are not diplomats but prophets, and our message is not a compromise but an ultimatum. A.W. Tozer

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Catholic Beliefs Defy Common Sense

In the normal Roman Catholic mass they worship the communion wafer as Christ himself, which lacks common sense to begin with, as noted in my article about this subject.  But now an incident arrives which demonstrates even more defiance of common sense by Romanist worshippers in Poland.
According to an Associated Press article in the October 3rd edition of the Cedar Rapids Gazette newspaper, these Romanists gathered Sunday (10/2) for a special mass celebrating the appearance of a dark spot on a communion wafer, which has them convinced it “is part of the heart of Jesus.”
Supposedly, this wafer developed the spot after it fell on the floor during a Mass in the Polish town of Sokolka.  “The wafer was dropped by a priest celebrating communion in 2008. In accordance with church practice, the priest placed the wafer in water to dissolve it. Several days later a nun found that the wafer had not dissolved completely and saw a red mark on it.”  Romanist officials claim that, “Two medical doctors determined that the spot was heart muscle tissue.” 
For this particular service on Sunday, “The dark-spotted wafer was carried aloft in a reliquary by a golden-robed priest in a procession and was put on display in the town's church of St. Anthony as about 1,000 faithful looked on, according to a report and footage carried by the TV station TVN.”

Folks, let’s use a wee bit of common sense here.  The fact that the Roman Catholic Church treats its communion wafers as if they were Christ is proof of their idolatry, therefore any so-called miracle would be a false one provided by Satan.  Since the wafers do not literally change to the body of Christ, they cannot bleed or have blood.  One who sees a brown spot on a communion wafer and jumps to the conclusion that it is blood can only come to that conclusion by suspending rational thought and bringing in Romanist teachings to explain it, rather than assuming it is just dirt, mold, etc.  Any doctors examining a tiny spot and identifying it as heart muscle are obviously Romanists with a bias and not giving factual data.
Placing such a wafer in an unbiblical device called a “reliquary” and carrying it so people can worship it is nothing but rank idolatry.  
Take the wafer out and toss it in the trash!

4 comments:

ali said...

OH MY.!.

Reported to be the largest denomination in the world, the RCC is leading millions to hell.

Religion - yes. Christian - NO.!.

Thanks for this post - albeit most troubling.!.

Committed Christian said...

Again, it grieves me that so many people are trusting in a Church that cannot save. It preaches a false gospel and may God lead people out of the RCC.

John B said...

The thing that puzzles me about the RCC is, how do they ever get a chance to focus on Christ with all the ritual and ceremony? Nearly the entire time there is genuflecting, kneeling, standing, chanting (mindless repitition of responses, need evidence of it being mindless? Look around while it's happening. People do it while reading, looking around, searching through purses, etc.).

Catholics are kept too busy with procedures to worship Jesus.

072591 said...

As someone who works in the food industry, I think the cause is more likely than not to be that whoever was handling the Magic Wafer had a minor cut on his finger that bled out a little bit but didn't realize it.

When you consider some of these things, I find it insulting that the RCC doesn't even have the respect for our intelligence to manufacture believable miracles.