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Published on May 15, 2012
Based upon standard Roman Catholic Theology, particularly that which pertains to the establishment and authority of Christ's own Church, as documented in the standard Theological handbook, Dogmatic Theology, Volume 2, Christ's Church, by Msgr. G. Van Noort Part 5: Pages 9 - 11, Christ personally founded a Church which is a true society, proof completed; Christ established only one Church. All are subjected to the same rule. The one sacrament of Baptism brings all into the one single Church, which is represented by the one loaf of bread comprised of "many" grains of wheat. (Griff comments: Note how the word "many" is used instead of the Novus Ordo's "all" which does violence to the meaning.) Christ founded one Church. The ancients only knew of one Church. Jesus presented the structure of the Church over His earthly ministry, and also put the final touches on it during his resurrection, leading up to His ascension. (Griff comments: There is a theme of authority woven throughout the whole Gospel and in all to be known of the first ages.) Note: Comments intended for the series as a whole please affix to Part 1 of this series at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43J639... and comments intended to refer to this Part please affix to the indivual part.