Celibacy: Curse of Catholicism

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AuthorHouse, Jun 23, 2006 - Religion - 316 pages
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In this book author Mary Jo Berscheit challenges the Roman Catholic Church with its anti-Christ stand on clerical celibacy, forbidding of birth control, insistence on private confession, papal infallibility and declaring itself to be the “one true church” – with the resultant torment for mankind.

 

Her words describe her experiences, and those of others, weighed against the teaching of God’s Word, the Bible.  Or, even more specifically, words spoken to her by the Holy Spirit as when a Catholic priest announced from the altar at Sunday Mass: “Just remember this!  Nobody but Roman Catholics go to Heaven!”

 

And the Holy Spirit said authoritatively to her: “That’s not true!”

 

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Contents

ROMAN CATHOLICS ONLY
45
ROMAN CATHOLIC NARROW THINKING
77
BIRTH CONTROL? NO NUMBERS
117
CATHOLIC MARRIAGES MADE HELL
145
DUMMY CONTROL
177
GOD OR POPE?
217
NEW HOPE?
259
ENDNOTES
305
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About the author (2006)

Mary Jo Berscheit grew up in Central Minnesota, eighth of 10 children born in 12 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a major in Spanish, a split minor in Psychology and Fine Arts. She participated in sports, traveled by bicycle through Mexico, and then spent four months traveling 16 countries in Europe mostly by bicycle. All the while her soul desire was to know God better and to reconcile the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church with God's word. Then with the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, with its Love, Power and Wisdom, she at last had the answers.

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