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Answered 2010-03-23 22:50:18

I believe in God. The Catholic church is the church God created.

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2020-09-27 13:22:54
Actually Nero created the Catholic church not Christ or the Apostles.ย  You should research the history, and although I am not a Catholic and believe their Faith is different than mine.ย  I believe the Catholic church carried it through the Dark Ages.
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2020-09-27 13:23:35
Martin Luther wasn't against Catholicism what hit his heart led by the Holy Spirit was that only the Priesthood could read the texts when it was clearly for the downcast and brokenhearted, not for a heiarchial system of man.ย  He was a Catholic scribe.

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