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Response to “A question to catholics?”

Christ_Hagia_SofiaQuestion:

Catholicism is pagan sun worship. first off they created that white image of “jesus” .theres many images of this “jesus” with a sun drawn behind his head mostly in catholic churches. catholics worship statues.first of how did they know jesus was white wheb first of all his scriptures take place in a land where everybody was dark skinned?.and how did they have an image of em when they didnt even know specificly how he looked like but he definitley was not white with blue eyes. look at The Ressurection statue in the vatican on google,that is one of the most demonic looking statues ive ever seen in my life along with the madusa vase the vatican has.they defend pedophiles ,yes i know theres pedophiles everywhere but most of the cases are high end priests who are sick and disgusting and why are alot of people in the vatican freemasons? what secret are they hiding .get away from that satanic cult. peace be with you

Response:

As a Catholic Freemason, the first thing I’ve got to ask is: What’s your question, exactly?

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Catholic Church and Freemasonry in the News

8134656316_6b4cc589e1_bPontifical Acts – November 7, 2012 – Pope Benedict XVI appointed Brother Vanderlei Salvador Bagnato, Professor of Physics at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Professor Bagnato, a Freemason, is a member of Estrela da Libertade Lodge #2877 of Sao Carlos, under the jurisdiction of the Grand Orient of Sao Paulo State, federated to the Grand Orient of Brazil.

Some in the Roman Catholic Church have long stated that no Catholic may hold membership in Freemasonry and the Church at the same time; that the Church and the fraternity are incompatible.

As a Catholic Freemason – who sought guidance from the Church before joining the fraternity – I tend to believe that the “some” don’t seem to understand the rules – the Canons – that Catholics are supposed to follow. Read more »