Overview of the history of the Papal Church

The Papal Church is a magnificently rich, splendidly housed political and ecclesiastical power headquartered in Rome. It stands in stark contrast to what started there in the first century with pastors ministering to small congregations. The differences are graphic. The early home churches under their pastors looked to the authority of the Word of God as received in the New Testament Gospel accounts of the life of the Lord and the writings of the Apostles, together with the Old Testament.
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Exposing Pope Francis and the Roman Church

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Peter the Rock


Former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennett analyzes the Catholic presupposition of Peter as the Rock. The linchpin of Catholic  faith.
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Who is the Holy Father?

A lie repeated a thousand times does not become true by the telling. So it is with the Vatican’s constant restating of the lie that there were 266 Holy Popes from St Peter to Pope Francis does not make it true. However, Pope Francis on the world stage depicts historical lies as if they were Read More
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The Pope’s Comunist Dogma on Economics

Pope Francis published a document called, “Joy of the Gospel.” Among many other topics, he wrote about Economics. One of his statements concerning wealth declared that, “Not to share one’s wealth with the poor is to steal from them and to take away their livelihood. It is not our own goods which we hold, but Read More
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Pope Francis a Man of Peace or Man of Distruction!

Pope Francis has been acting as the spokesman for a new initiative in global peacemaking. However, Francis while acting as a spiritual leader is factually establishing his own political agenda. Thus, as Pope Francis attempts to captivate world attention as the Man of Peace, he is revealed to be an impostor.
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Pope Francis The Fox

By Richard Bennett In Pope Francis’ encyclical, “Laudato Si’, mi’ Signore” (“Praise be to you, my Lord”): On The Common Care Of Our Home,[1]  the Pope identifies himself as “the Holy Father,” and as a Christian.  Nevertheless, Francis teaches the following in this encyclical, “In the words of this beautiful canticle, Saint Francis of Assisi Read More

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The Perilous Fondness for the Papacy

The Roman Pontiff and his Church demand respect and obedience throughout the world.   The world in response shows a great fondness for the Pope as he addresses and admonishes world leaders and makes declarations on all major events.  For example, the official Vatican Information Service on June 4, 2004 reported the explicit rebuke that the Read More