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Re: Catholic Charismatics ?
« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2016, 05:42:20 AM »
what are you talking about I am a cradle to now nearly grave Catholic - I would particularly advise adherence to CCC 800 AND 801 - it seems we are now to accept that Catholic New Advent re Gift of Tongues is in heresy and misleading and that the Charismatic movement is a Catholic and not a Protestant innovation and addition - wincam

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Re: Catholic Charismatics ?
« Reply #16 on: September 05, 2016, 06:59:44 AM »
what are you talking about I am a cradle to now nearly grave Catholic - I would particularly advise adherence to CCC 800 AND 801 - it seems we are now to accept that Catholic New Advent re Gift of Tongues is in heresy and misleading and that the Charismatic movement is a Catholic and not a Protestant innovation and addition - wincam

 You said "Charismata is a Protestant innovation". Charismata are the gifts of the Holy so they cannot be a Protestant invention. According to the Catechism they are to be "accepted with gratitude by the person who receives them".

So why are you so against them?

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Re: Catholic Charismatics ?
« Reply #17 on: September 05, 2016, 01:43:03 PM »
it seems the Catholic charismatic movement is mainly gibberish nonsense and mad as if drunk antics not at all sedate and refined Catholic behaviour - wincam

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« Reply #18 on: September 05, 2016, 01:51:13 PM »
it seems the Catholic charismatic movement is mainly gibberish nonsense and mad as if drunk antics not at all sedate and refined Catholic behaviour - wincam

How do you know?

What involvement have you had with CCR? (Isuspect very little)

The CCR is approved by recent Popes, and ICCRS (International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Sevices) is based in Vatican premises in Rome. It has statutes issued by the Pontifical Council for the Laity. 

Here is an extract from the Statutes:

The central goals of CCR, or Catholic Pentecostal Renewal as it is also called, include:
 
 1. To foster mature and continuous personal conversion to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.
 
 2. To foster a decisive personal receptivity to the person, presence and the power of the Holy Spirit.

These two spiritual graces are often experienced together in what is called in different parts of the world a baptism in the Holy Spirit, or a release of the Holy Spirit, or a renewal of the Holy Spirit. They are most often understood as a personal acceptance of the graces of Christian initiation and as an empowering for personal Christian service in the Church and in the world.
 
 3 . To foster the reception and use of the spiritual gifts (charismata) not only in the CCR but also in the broader Church. These gifts, ordinary and extraordinary are abundantly found among laity, religious and clergy. Their proper understanding and use in harmony with other elements of the Church life is a source of strength for Christians on their journey towards holiness and in the carrying out of their mission.
 
 4. To foster the work of evangelization in the power of the Holy Spirit, including the evangelization of the unchurched, the re-evangelization of nominal Christians, the evangelization of culture and social structures. CCR especially promotes sharing in the Church's mission by proclaiming the Gospel in word and deed, and by bearing witness to Jesus Christ through personal testimony and through those works of faith and justice to which each one is called.
 
 5. To foster the ongoing growth in holiness through the proper integration of these charismatic emphases with the full life of the Church. This is accomplished through participation in a rich sacramental and liturgical life, and appreciation of the tradition of Catholic prayer and spirituality, and ongoing formation in Catholic doctrine. This is guided by the Church's Magisterium, and participation in the pastoral plan of the Church.

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« Reply #19 on: September 06, 2016, 04:32:54 AM »
it is not ex cathedra and the Catholic NEW ADVENT has not got it all wrong - one is to be pitied if one cannot know or tell the difference between sane and uplifting behaviour and mad/drunken/monkey making type behaviour and gibberish nonsense - wincam

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Re: Catholic Charismatics ?
« Reply #20 on: September 06, 2016, 04:59:46 AM »
it is not ex cathedra and the Catholic NEW ADVENT has not got it all wrong - one is to be pitied if one cannot know or tell the difference between sane and uplifting behaviour and mad/drunken/monkey making type behaviour and gibberish nonsense - wincam

You still haven't posted a link to this New Advent stuff. But apparently you prefer it to official statements from the Vatican.

P.S. Is New Advent ex-cathedra?

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« Reply #21 on: September 06, 2016, 05:38:53 AM »
unlike some Catholics and most Protestants I do not accept that everything a Pope or Popes says or has said must be accepted as 'what the Church' teaches - wincam

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« Reply #22 on: September 06, 2016, 06:10:16 AM »
unlike some Catholics and most Protestants I do not accept that everything a Pope or Popes says or has said must be accepted as 'what the Church' teaches - wincam

A "cafeteria" catholic then?

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« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2016, 09:59:19 AM »
now you are in the gibberish nonsense line up - all this could have been clear at the beginning if you had googled what was suggested where it is also clearly shown where various Popes at various times had said about the Catholic Charismatic deception and nonsense - btw in a likewise manner again and again we are falsely informed that this or that Pope has endorsed Evolution etc - take no notice of nonsense or gibberish wherever it originates from - twinc

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« Reply #24 on: September 07, 2016, 04:45:36 AM »
now you are in the gibberish nonsense line up - all this could have been clear at the beginning if you had googled what was suggested where it is also clearly shown where various Popes at various times had said about the Catholic Charismatic deception and nonsense - btw in a likewise manner again and again we are falsely informed that this or that Pope has endorsed Evolution etc - take no notice of nonsense or gibberish wherever it originates from - twinc

Why cannot you just provide a link?

BTW, do you realise that making personal choices what to accept or what to reject of Church teaching is called Protestantism?

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« Reply #25 on: September 07, 2016, 07:27:45 AM »
you have it right at last 'Church teaching' not rambles and silly utterances by this or that Pope - btw links have been provided but not followed - you have time on your hand but I do not as I have all these silly billies to reply to and not only that but I am 86 +

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Re: Catholic Charismatics ?
« Reply #26 on: September 08, 2016, 08:50:32 AM »
now you are in the gibberish nonsense line up - all this could have been clear at the beginning if you had googled what was suggested where it is also clearly shown where various Popes at various times had said about the Catholic Charismatic deception and nonsense - btw in a likewise manner again and again we are falsely informed that this or that Pope has endorsed Evolution etc - take no notice of nonsense or gibberish wherever it originates from - twinc

BTW, do you realise that making personal choices what to accept or what to reject of Church teaching is called Protestantism?


Nothing new winsome, from the number of Catholics I've seen just on these forums it's clear that no two people that read the scriptures can agree on the context, regardless of which denomination, sect, division, etc, that they belong to.

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« Reply #27 on: November 25, 2016, 03:47:10 PM »
now you are in the gibberish nonsense line up - all this could have been clear at the beginning if you had googled what was suggested where it is also clearly shown where various Popes at various times had said about the Catholic Charismatic deception and nonsense - btw in a likewise manner again and again we are falsely informed that this or that Pope has endorsed Evolution etc - take no notice of nonsense or gibberish wherever it originates from - twinc

BTW, do you realise that making personal choices what to accept or what to reject of Church teaching is called Protestantism?


Nothing new winsome, from the number of Catholics I've seen just on these forums it's clear that no two people that read the scriptures can agree on the context, regardless of which denomination, sect, division, etc, that they belong to.


exactly so and even two priests will not give the same homily or sermon on the current reading - it is now necessary and possible to give the same and the best rendition to all so that all hear the same teaching in the cause of unity - wincam