Some U.S. Jews protest Catholic document on salvation

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The incredibly vague, wrong-headed, and misleading post-Vatican II position of many Catholic church leaders regarding the status of the Jews in relation to the New Covenant promises of Jesus Christ and the Church, form the back drop for the latest political move by Jewish extremists.

A substantial percentage of Jewish people have always rejected the Gospel of salvation in Jesus Christ … and that’s their prerogative … but now it seems that some Jews would like the Gospel set aside, modified, and/or “dumbed down” in order to suit their particular beliefs.

Particularly troubling to these folks is the fact that the Catholic Church has always officially taught that the old Mosaic Covenant of the Jews was never capable of saving a soul … nor was it intended to … and that salvation is only typically and freely obtained by faithful allegiance to Jesus Christ, in and through his Catholic Church … which remains the universal sacrament of salvation for all.

All are invited to become Catholic … Jew … Gentile … without exception … since thanks to Jesus Christ … the  Catholic Church remains the ONLY “ark” of salvation. To do anything else would be anti-semetic … un-charitable … and in total opposition to Jesus’ “Great Commission”.

Matthew 28:18-20 And Jesus coming, spoke to them, saying: All power is given to me in heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations: baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

Such is the true, enduring message of the Gospel … like it or not!

Up until the last forty years or so, the Church’s teachings and actions on this matter had been crystal clear. This is a non-negotiable position that has never changed … and never will … despite the modernist errors promoted by some of today’s politically correct Catholic clerics … and some others.

The Jewish extremists ought to hire a good Catholic theological consultant before they go off on one of their rants. It might save a whole lot of time, trouble, and frustration … and maybe even their souls.

Jesus saves … through his universal (Catholic) New Covenant Church. If Moses and the Old Covenant were indeed sufficient, then Jesus could have saved himself a whole lot of time and trouble! 

It’s that simple.

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