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Old 16th February 2014, 08:36 PM
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Exclamation Latest from Pedro Regis; 2-14-2014

A humanidade será surpreendida por dolorosos acontecimentos. Aqueles que estão longe do Senhor gritarão por socorro, mas para muitos será tarde.

translation:

"Mankind will be surprised by painful events. Those who are away from the Lord scream for help, but for many it will be too late."

unfortunately, how many of us (including myself, of course), reading this blog, & contributing to this blog, will find our conversion too late???????
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Old 16th February 2014, 09:38 PM
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I think that devout believing and practicing Catholics, who go to Mass and Confession regularly, will have the easiest time 'weathering the storm' when the tribulation begins.
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Old 17th February 2014, 11:59 PM
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I agree; especially those who go to confession regularly;

i've had catholics tell me they haven't gone to confession for years
because they haven't committed any serious sins; hmmm

confession lines are still short;

some folks regularly leave Mass when communion starts to
be distributed;

i'm not judging but I'm repeating what I've seen:
a few go 2 communion & then hustle out the door, hasten quickly, unaided, to their close handicap parking spot;

ironically, the Pope said yesterday that God does not accept "rote" spiritualism

I admire the committment of certain protestant sects where people go to church on Sunday & spend a large portion of the day there; [of course,
it all depends on what you're doing when you're there but] some of those
same folks seem to be very committed to their bibles & to evangelism


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