I love being catholic, I love my faith and I know why we believe what we believed. I know that Protestants love Jesus and have so much faith in Him. It is really sad that as Christians we are very divided. I mean there is so much division among us. I just recently found out that there are 40,000+ Christian denominations, all of them who claim are the true church/path to salvation. I'm not even sure if that number includes non-denominational Christian churches. It looks like to me that there are many wolves dressed in sheep's clothing, people starting their own churches, creating more, more and more division. Keep in mind that even the devil quoted scripture to Jesus. Not everyone that speaks about the bible knows how to translate it. Many Christians believe that they can translate it with the help of the holy spirit, but if that is the case, why is the holy spirit sending out so many mixed messages? Again 40,000+! There is something wrong with this approach to reading the bible. It is clear that these churches are founded on differing opinions and emotions. We certainly do need a prepared individual to bring us Gods message as clearly as possible, someone who knows the bible, the prophecies, the stories, the letters, the history behind it, tradition, theology, someone who devotes their whole being to spreading Gods word, someone like a Catholic priest. Yes I said it. Hopefully I didn't offend anyone. But lets be real here, these guys prepare for the priesthood like no other religious leader. I'm not saying they're saints but they really prepare themselves for the difficult role of spreading God's message, in their scripture studies and actions. Actions such as leaving their families, states, and even countries! to go visiting the sick in the hospitals, the imprisoned, counsel people, celebrate mass everyday and ultimately spreading the word of God. What other religious leader leaves everything behind to follow God?
This video reminds me of how other denominations try to create division among the Catholic faith. Instead of focusing on why do Catholics do this? why do Catholics do that? Ask yourself why don't we celebrate mass? Why don't we celebrate the Holy Eucharist? Why do we put off baptism even after we have proclaimed that Jesus is our Lord and Savior? Doesn't your new Christian life begin the moment you accept Christ? What is the significance of baptism?
If you have any questions about Catholicism I highly recommend visiting www.catholic.com. I'm sure that every Christian can agree that 40,000+ Christian denominations is ridiculous.