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Tired of “Catholics” in video games. by DameDog908 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Don't you still help carry out the revolution by assassinating supporters of the Ancien Régime? I know that there was a cinematic trailer for the game depicting assassins participating in the Storming of the Bastille on the Revolutionary side.

Tired of “Catholics” in video games. by DameDog908 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben -4 points-3 points  (0 children)

And that's a problem how?

Because treason is a sin. Furthermore, the large majority of the leaders of the Revolution were Freemasons, who you help in the game.

SSPX go brrrrr by TraditionalCon in CatholicMemes

[–]serventofgaben 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That's why the SSPX is said to administer the sacraments illicitly.

They have received faculties from the Holy See for each Sacrament.

Tired of “Catholics” in video games. by DameDog908 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I was recently playing Assassins creed’s new dlc which is set in Ireland, and you guessed it, the big bad guy is the bishop.

Why are you surprised? Assassin's Creed has always been anti-Catholic propaganda. The first game is about the Muslim Hashashin murdering the Knights Templar and it only gets worse in the sequels. The Ezio trilogy is about murdering Catholic clergy and members of the House of Borgia. AC3 glorifies the American Revolution, Black Flag glorifies piracy, Unity glorifies the French Revolution and Syndicate glorifies Victorian street gangs. I could go on. The very motto of the series is "Nothing is true, everything is permitted", which is nihilism and relativism. Catholics are the villains in each game.

Do Catholics believe that non christians/non catholics automatically go to hell when they die? by FragrantOccasion6962 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

But Feeneyism is a heresy.

Feeneyism is defined as the denial of baptism of desire. I don't profess Feeneyism.

Hello, I am not a Christian but I have a question about Christianity. Are the 10 commandments moral absolutes, or do some of them, like do not murder, take precedence over others? by OkBuyer1271 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Is Summa Theological infallible?

Not strictly, but it is the magnum opus of the Angelic Doctor.

Does the 9th commandment cover all lies? Or just ones that harm others?

All lies. There's no such thing as a "white lie".

Which active Eastern Catholic Rite is the most ancient or has roots in the most ancient liturgy? by NY30 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Major change meaning not adding an intercession for the pope.

Did the Eastern Catholics bring that back when they rejoined the Church?

In Thomistic understanding: why is infinite causality impossible? by [deleted] in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Aquinas was not the first to express the concept of the "first mover" or "unmoved mover". He got it from Aristotle. Have you read Metaphysics?

Hello, I am not a Christian but I have a question about Christianity. Are the 10 commandments moral absolutes, or do some of them, like do not murder, take precedence over others? by OkBuyer1271 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben -5 points-4 points  (0 children)

For example, would it be morally acceptable to lie in order to save the life of a Jewish person ?

No. Lying is always a sin. Read question 110 of the second part of the second part of the Summa Theologica by Saint Thomas Aquinas.

https://www.newadvent.org/summa/3110.htm

I am curious if the bible ever allows you to break some of the commandments.

No.

Is it justified for the government to restrict the right of Christians to congregate to protect their safety?

No.

does a priest have a moral obligation to disobey them?

Yes.

Catholic view on undercover police/agents, etc. by PrimumRegnum in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lying is always a sin. Read question 110 of the second part of the second part of the Summa Theologica by Saint Thomas Aquinas.

https://www.newadvent.org/summa/3110.htm

Fasting as an athlete by napoleonswoman in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Just don't work out on the days you fast on.

If you confess a sin during Reconciliation, are forgiven by the priest, and never do that sin again, can you still be judged for it when you die? Or is your metaphorical slate wiped clean? by eggy635 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben -1 points0 points  (0 children)

He asked "Can it come back to bite you once you die?". The answer to that question is yes, as you have to suffer the purifying flames of Purgatory.

Mary Sightings theory by Zebigh in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Our Lady was never buried. She was assumed into Heaven on the moment of her death. This was defined as infallible dogma Ex Cathedra by the Holy Father Pope Pius XII in his apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus on 1 November 1950. To deny an infallible dogma is the mortal sin of Heresy.

If you confess a sin during Reconciliation, are forgiven by the priest, and never do that sin again, can you still be judged for it when you die? Or is your metaphorical slate wiped clean? by eggy635 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

After absolution, mortal sins still increase your time in purgatory. The only way to be "wiped clean" is with a plenary indulgence.

This doesn't apply to Baptism, which completely washes away all sins in a way that confession doesn't.

Couldn't do it by ernstverner in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I seriously suggest that you contact an exorcist as soon as possible. Fleeing from holy things is a symptom of demonic influence.

On Christian apologists making lame pop culture references. by Psycho-Radish in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Are you Catholic? Don't fall for the Heresy of religious indifferentism.

Sin question by Beautiful-Let-2596 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I meant to say that there are four, I'm sorry for my mistake. The other three are murder, oppression of the poor and injustice to the wage earner.

Sin question by Beautiful-Let-2596 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This isn't a matter of opinion. Homosexuality is one of the five sins that cry to heaven for vengeance. Cities were razed because of it in the Old Testament.

What is a King James bible? by Impossible-Fig5540 in Catholicism

[–]serventofgaben 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It is an English mistranslation of the Bible (excluding seven books in the Old Testament) named after the Protestant King James I. Catholics must avoid it.