Catholic or Roman Catholic?
Q: What is the difference between catholic and Roman Catholic? Trevor (NZ)
A: The word catholic is a middle English adjective in common usage meaning; all-encompassing, or indiscriminate, as used in such phrases as; Berkshire sows are not fussy what they eat, their diet is very catholic.
The term Roman Catholic refers to the pseudo-Christian cult based in Rome. A demonic religious system created to ensnare the gullible with a false gospel, and pay allegiance to the Pontif as “Vicar of Christ on Earth”. The Roman Catholic church is currently promoting the Ecumenical Movement, attempting to unite nominal Christians under their headship.
Genuine Christians reject such folly
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