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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Cardinal hopes gay Masses can be held throughout Church in UK

Prophecy Sign: The last days Apostate, (Laodicean), Church


From Homosexual Masses in the Catholic Church to Church Ministers who neither believe in God or the Bible, to evangelical churches more interested in preaching life apps rather than the gospel of salvation through true repentance of sin, the apostate last days church is here and growing.  God has a word for the true believers that are still within these churches........

Then I heard another voice from heaven say: "'Come out of her, my people,' so that you will not share in her sins, so that you will not receive any of her plagues; for her sins are piled up to heaven, and God has remembered her crimes. Revelation 18:4-5 NIV

Cardinal hopes gay Masses can be held throughout Church in UK
The Masses, at the Jesuit Farm Street Church in central London, replaced the more controversial, so-called “gay Masses” that had been designated for LGBT Catholics at Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Soho until 2013. Key to the transition was that the Farm Street Masses are an extension of the Diocese’s pastoral care for gay people. LGBT Catholics join the regular congregation at the 6.15 pm Mass on Sunday evenings twice a month and meet afterwards for a social gathering in the parish hall.
http://cathnews.com/cathnews/22216-cardinal-hopes-gay-masses-can-be-rolled-out-throughout-church-in-uk

Unprecedented United Church probe could lead to removal of non-believing Toronto minister
An ordained United Church of Canada minister who believes in neither God nor the Bible said Wednesday she is prepared to fight an unprecedented attempt to boot her from the pulpit for her beliefs. In an interview at her church in the Toronto suburb of West Hill, Rev. Gretta Vosper said congregants support her view that how you live is more important than what you believe in. “I don’t believe in … the god called God,” she said. “Using the word gets in the way of sharing what I want to share.” Vosper, 57, who was ordained in 1993 and joined her east-end church in 1997, said the idea of an interventionist, supernatural being on which so much church doctrine is based belongs to an outdated world view.

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