Lutheran Benedictine morning mass
karpov89     21/09/2009 19:58
Morning mass in Borås, 24th of July 2009, at the Oas movement summer gathering. Celebrant is Father Ceasarius Cavallin, Benedictine Monastery of Östanbäck (Church of Sweden).
karpov89         24/09/2009 12:57
Rhemes1582 I thank you for praying for me. I will pray for you too. People pray too little today for each others and for good causes. What I have given is the lutheran position today, which I think I know better than you do. That does not mean that I have that position. How can you know that I will not have my confirmation and convert to the catholic church tomorrow?! Do not judge and ye will not be judged yourself. That is something to consider.
Dear Reesorville I thank you for your kind words… [More]
karpov89         24/09/2009 01:14
A comment to Rhemes1582. What Luther said about The Pope is of no concern today, and besides, it was political rhetorics.
About the sacrifice of the mass that is not a dogma in Lutheran theology like it is not in the orthodox church but they indeed believe that the eucharist is a reciprocal sacrifice which is carried out, the one and only.
REVTHREEVS21         23/09/2009 23:24
Karpov89: May the holes in St. Padre Pio's hands and feet. Holes that you could put a pencil threw; Be a witness to you. May the fact, that just as they appeared, by a mighty act of God, to Him, may the same miracle, happen to you, regarding TRUTH. And just as St. Padre Pio, communed, with Jesus and Mary, and His guardian angel, daily, and fought the devil, nightly, and I mean fought him, hand to hand, in his cell. Freaking, and terrifying everyone out, that lived with him. May you, Karpov89, … [More]
Reesorville         23/09/2009 22:48
Dear Karpov- that's a very encouraging answer, and I hope that one day you, your church and all others separated from Rome come to recognize the Pope as the successor of Peter. I also think that the many crises that are being experienced in a number of protestant communities with regard to liberalization of doctrines (eg. practicing gay priests, rejection of Christ's divinity, etc.) may only increase to a point of eventual apostasy unless they return to Rome. I was raised in a liberal … [More]
ACLumsden         23/09/2009 15:14
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karpov89         23/09/2009 01:53
Greetings roman catholic friends. I decide what will be left here so behave respectful and do not preach, it is better with a gentlemen's discussion. It is also not interesting for me to know what Methodists or protestants of other denonimations might believe as they are not Lutherans.
In general; Martin Luther wrote many things and if anyone think that his writings has the same value as the Holy Bible it is wrong. Many things he said was due to the political situation and against the … [More]
REVTHREEVS21         23/09/2009 01:37
Holyrope1: I think, brother we are moving into the area of scripture, where...throwing pearls to swines....fits here. Now we have come to the point, where, we have someone, that is clearly not listening to about 5 of us.......
This is like the famous O.J. Simpson case. And Karpov89 is a juror, that just aquited O.J., and in my little fictional story here, new evidence has just come out, the security camara, worked afterall, and there was a hidden tape, that showed, without a doubt, that O.J. …
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karpov89         23/09/2009 01:14
holyrope1 it is you who does not seem to behave christian.
holyrope1         22/09/2009 22:56
Karpov89; not very Christian of you. Many there are who cannot handle the truth.
www.drbo.org/church2.htm
Testimony of a prominent Methodist Minister, (and popular talk radio host) of the 2nd largest church in Atlanta area:
Ex Pastor Allen Hunt relays this to the public:
"TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT, I DO BELIEVE IN THE REAL PRESENCE OF CHRIST IN COMMUNION. THAT DOCTRINE IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME AS IS THE NOTION THAT CHRIST BIRTHED ONE CHURCH. I HAVE STRUGGLED WITH BOTH OF THESE ISSUES … [More]
Reesorville         22/09/2009 22:34
Would it be possible if the modern lutheran church also re-interpret papal supremacy to make that acceptable with Luther's doctrine?
(I hope you don't feel too intimidated by us... and I extend a warm hand of welcome to you, even though we criticize your religious tradition)
God Bless,
REVTHREEVS21         22/09/2009 22:20
Karpov89: What do you think, my devout Lutheran Mother is going to think, {who believes the Eucharist is the body and blood, which I am happy about,} when she has her new pastor, come into her church, who just happens to be, married to another man. And he obviously, is a practicing, homosexual....the Lutheran church seems to have switched sides, concerning, I believe in there own, Lutheran Creeds, that Homosexuality, is against the teachings of the Lutheran, ruling body...... don't … [More]
EJGCatholic         22/09/2009 21:10
Karpov89<<'interpreted.' how do yoy Interpet Martuin Luther being so against Religious Life and Monastic Vows, even dishonestly distorting the holy teaching of St Bernard?
Martin Luther said the Monastic vows/Religious vows," lead AWAY from Christ"!. i mean goodness me.
Our chaste, pure obedient to Mother Church,Holy Father St Benedict and Martin Luther are as opposite as can be!
you must choose, get off the fence and come home.
There is no 3rd way but The Way PAX EJGCatholic <Former Protestant … [More]
REVTHREEVS21         22/09/2009 20:05
Hey, I want to hear, and read what HolyRope1 has to say.......boo....boo.....boo.....booo.....boooooooooo don't monitor Holyrope1.......down with Karpov89......back with Holyrope1....long live Holyrope1.......poo poo on you Karpov89....get your Lutheran nonsense off here.
WE ARE ROMAN CATHOLICS .......WE ARE NOT PART OF A REFORMATION, THAT REFORMED NOTHING....FROM A FAILED CATHOLIC PRIEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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holyrope1         22/09/2009 17:03
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karpov89         22/09/2009 12:38
There is no paradox and monastic life is totally acceptable with the Lutheran doctrine as it is interpreted.
www.svenskakyrkan.se/.../OSTANENG.htm
EJGCatholic         22/09/2009 11:17
what a paradox,Benedictine? and use the name of Martin Luther? Luther who wrote against all Monastic life and especially the Vows, and especially Obedience ? in ways i cant even quote because he expressed himself this in such vile manner..
how odd.
"Be a sinner and sin on bravely, but have stronger faith and rejoice in Christ, who is the victor of sin, death, and the world. Do not for a moment imagine that this life is the abiding place of justice: sin must be committed. To you it ought … [More]