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Not so Miles. That is why if you bothered to do any scholarly research you would find such institutions as The University of Notre Dame (check it out for yourself, although doubt you will) refers to itself as a CATHOLIC university, not "Roman." We Catholics do not object to others, including yourself, calling themselves Catholics. We do, however, strenuously object to you insisting that we are not, but are actually "Roman" Catholics. We are not. Please respect this. Thank you.

By the bye, I taught theology at a Catholic seminary.


"Roman Catholic Church"[edit]

You should study the facts instead of making incorrect and easily refutable assertions. Even Popes use the term "Roman Catholic Church" as the English equivalent of various ancient Latin names for the church. You need to read the Roman Catholic (term) article. Anglicanus (talk) 07:37, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

You should take your own advice instead of spewing your personal biases and pretending they are The Truth. Check the Catholic Encyclopedia (nota bene, not the "Roman Catholic" Encyclopedia. But, as I suspect you are as slothful as you are full of yourself, I will do the work for you:

“A qualification of the name Catholic commonly used in English-speaking countries by those unwilling to recognize the claims of the One True Church. Out of condescension for these dissidents, the members of that Church are wont in official documents to be styled "Roman Catholics" as if the term Catholic represented a genus of which those who owned allegiance to the pope formed a particular species. It is in fact a prevalent conception among Anglicans to regard the whole Catholic Church as made up of three principal branches, the Roman Catholic, the Anglo-Catholic and the Greek Catholic. As the erroneousness of this point of view has been sufficiently explained in the articles CHURCH and CATHOLIC, it is only needful here to consider the history of the composite term with which we are now concerned.”

Next time you want to rant, do a little homework first.



LOL! Apparently you believe that your ignorance is bliss.
From the VATICAN (that hot bed of Protestantism) website:
"Titular Churches of the new Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church".
And from "The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church":
"Each new cardinal then approaches the Holy Father and kneels before him to receive the cardinal's berretta and to be assigned a title or deaconry :
The Pope places the berretta on his head and says, in part: "(This is) red as a sign of the dignity of the office of a cardinal, signifying that you are ready to act with fortitude, even to the point of spilling your blood for the increase of the Christian faith, for peace and harmony among the people of God, for freedom and the spread of the Holy Roman Catholic Church".
The truth will set you free (but first it will piss you off). Anglicanus (talk) 12:10, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

LMFAO ~ You would not know "the truth" even if it bit you in the ass. Doubt you even read the link I sent, but instead obsessed over how to "prove" to me you are right.

At this point, as more and more you demonstrate in both word and deed how important it is that you convince me of the rightness of your opinion, I should pity you more for being so petulantly peevish that a Catholic set him straight, or that I should laugh at you for being so childish in your behavior.

"The truth" is that I doubt I am the first person to observe how pathetic and sad is your need to be right.

You are in my prayers,


How incredibly juvenile your "comments" are. You will need to try a lot harder if you think you can upset me with such ridiculousness. Obviously you are very embarrassed at having your wanton ignorance exposed and your only weapon of response is immature offensiveness. You should pray for yourself instead. Anglicanus (talk) 14:32, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

Son, you need to get a life. I know it is important to you to impress me and convince me you are right, but you are not. You are not right about insisting Catholics are REALLY "Roman" Catholics and, sadder still, you are wrong in your childish antics. Grow up.

In the One True Church,


If you have a dictionary please look up the words "hypocrisy" and fanaticism". Then read the entries aloud while looking in a mirror. A miracle may then happen and you might begin acting in a Christian manner instead of being a real pain in the arse. Anglicanus (talk) 14:50, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

January 2014[edit]

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