Like the proven false doctrine of Purgatory wherein Rome claims our loving Heavenly Father enjoys listening to the screams of the lost souls for millions of years as they burn in a fire that Rome claims is far worse than any fire on earth, the Vatican has also invented a new doctrine about Hellfire so as to make billions believe the God of Heaven is a very hateful tyrant. And yes, they purposely do that because as also prophesied we not only know who the man of sin is, we know all the Popes are card carrying devil worshipers who purposely preach doctrines of demons to make the Christian God look evil. That’s simply what Satanists do. Click here for the facts and even some videos I made with some scary facts that most Catholics never knew was going on in their own church. The pictures are shocking to say the least.
The best way for Satan to get people to trust him working behind the scenes is for him to act as if he is a religious leader. That’s how he’s been able to get billions into graves awaiting the day he and all his followers will burn to ashes when the long prophesied Hellfire ignites. And so, what does the Bible say about Hellfire? Do people live for eternity in the flames and do Satanists really rule in Hell with Satan for eternity? Or was it all fabricated by Rome? Continue reading
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In the Vatican’s approved Catechism books it states the following regarding Purgatory. “Augustine (Enarration on Psalm 37, no. 3) speaks of the pain which purgatorial fire causes as more severe than anything a man can suffer in this life, “gravior erit ignis quam quidquid potest homo pati in hac vita” (P.L., col. 397).
Gregory the Great speaks of those who after this life “will expiate their faults by purgatorial flames,” and he adds “that the pain be more intolerable than anyone can suffer in this life” (Ps. 3 poenit., n. 1).
In other words, it’s all about fear. Continue reading
“The Vatican is taking a modern approach to one of its oldest traditions, by offering indulgences to Twitter followers of the Pontifex’s social media account. …Under Catholic belief, after confessing and being absolved of sin, the indulgences granted reduce the amount of time one spends in purgatory, where one’s sins are weighed after death. Under the Pope’s new offer, those who follow the week’s events on the Twitter feed can get a speedier transit through purgatory, hopefully on the way to heaven.” –Source
Just so you know, the Roman Catholic dogma of Purgatory is defined in their Catechism book in the following manner. “purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven,” which is experienced by those “who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified” (CCC 1030). It notes that “this final purification of the elect . . . is entirely different from the punishment of the damned” (CCC 1031). (Click here for more on Purgatory) Continue reading