Francis Approves Missal Containing Serious Mistakes

Pope Francis allowed the publication of a new “translation” of the Italian Missal, Perugia Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti informed the general assembly of the Italian Bishops on May 20. Among its major…
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"Only a sick mind would think that a loving God would lead his children into temptation."

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@Holy Cannoli: I am one (of the few?) who is able to understand biblical Greek ("the original Greek"). Now, "and lead us not into temptation" (= et ne nos inducas in tentationem) is exactly what the "original Greek" says. If it were otherwise, I would leave the Catholic Church. What Church would this be that in 2000 years was not able to correctly translate the prayer it considers the most …More
@Holy Cannoli: I am one (of the few?) who is able to understand biblical Greek ("the original Greek"). Now, "and lead us not into temptation" (= et ne nos inducas in tentationem) is exactly what the "original Greek" says. If it were otherwise, I would leave the Catholic Church. What Church would this be that in 2000 years was not able to correctly translate the prayer it considers the most important?
Biblical scholar on Pope’s change to the Our Father: A loving God can still lead us into temptation

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That is not true. Only a sick mind would think that a loving God would lead his children into temptation. God is the epitome of LOVE, He is incapable of going against His own nature. It's obvious some people still see God as a vengeful God and a tyrant, who enjoys punishing His children. Misguided people who probably still think that a "soul" can literally burn in Hellfire. Poor innocent minds.
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Finally. This has been discussed since my seminary days in the 70's. What sort of loving God would lead his children into temptation, whats sort of a father would that? If you look at the original greek the words are closer to "save us from the time of temptation or trial". So before making comments on here, why don't you make a research. People have a bad habit of commenting on things they know …More
Finally. This has been discussed since my seminary days in the 70's. What sort of loving God would lead his children into temptation, whats sort of a father would that? If you look at the original greek the words are closer to "save us from the time of temptation or trial". So before making comments on here, why don't you make a research. People have a bad habit of commenting on things they know nothing about. Blessings.
If you look at the original greek [sic] the words are closer to "save us from the time of temptation or trial".

It is you who should look at the original GREEK, Mr. Joined Gloria.tv less than 30 minutes ago and thinks he knows it all.

People have a bad habit of commenting on things they know nothing about.
Ain’t that the truth.

padreperegrino.org/2017/12/lead-us-not/

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If you look at the original greek [sic] the words are closer to "save us from the time of temptation or trial".

It is you who should look at the original GREEK, Mr. Joined Gloria.tv less than 30 minutes ago and thinks he knows it all.

People have a bad habit of commenting on things they know nothing about.
Ain’t that the truth.

padreperegrino.org/2017/12/lead-us-not/

theconversation.com/lead-us-not-int…

carm.org/lead-us-not-into-temptation

"Not only is the Greek in both Matt 6.13 and Luke 11.4 textually certain (variants for 'do not lead us into temptation' are trivial amounting to minor spelling differences), but the syntax is clear. The verb in the petition “lead” is an aorist active subjunctive (εἰσενέγκῃς); with the negative particle, “do not lead” is the idea."carm.org/lead-us-not-into-temptation
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While not an absolute, it's a truism whenever someone intones, "If you look at the original Greek", invariably they're introducing some new heresy.

The clever deception employed is implying "the original Greek" has only one absolute definition, namely their own.

This is not true.

"The original Greek" was just like any other language, including the ones used today. Most words have several …More
While not an absolute, it's a truism whenever someone intones, "If you look at the original Greek", invariably they're introducing some new heresy.

The clever deception employed is implying "the original Greek" has only one absolute definition, namely their own.

This is not true.

"The original Greek" was just like any other language, including the ones used today. Most words have several shades of meaning and sub-definitions, just as any language does. When such scholar "look at" the original Greek, they pick one of SEVERAL definitions, whichever most closely corresponds to their preferred heresy.

Case in point. Observe this new member "Primate". Their user-name can be taken to mean a religious leader, yet also describes a class of mammal. In contemporary English, "primate" typically refers to various species of simiians like monkeys, gorillas, apes, baboons, animals that are noted for their laziness, noise, carnal self-abuse, and an unhealthy fixation with their own feces.

If we "look at the original Latin", we'll find both definitions are supported since the term is derived from the nominative use of the Late Latin adjective primas "of the first rank, chief, principal,"

So which definition is correct in this case? That's kinda obvious, ain't it? ;-)

What scholars like Primate are actually doing is a selective and highly biased re-translation of "the original Greek".

More amusingly, very few of these scholars are ever functionally fluent in the language, as in able to debate the issue entirely in "the original Greek."
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what a loving face
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He's staring down his enemy.
Hahahah. A serious mistake approves a serious mistake.
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St Joseph protector of the Church pray for us.
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PLEASE JESUS CHRIST SEND US A TRUE POPE. Please Jesus Christ have mercy on your Holy Church and deliver us from this false pope and give us a true One who has the necessary courage to defend the true Catholic faith as it is.
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Non-pope Francis is clearly destroying Catholic faith, step by step
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Well he's trying to. He will fail. I hope he repents and converts.