According to this week’s Tablet, the marvellous weekly out of London, Benedict XVI recently forbade Roman Catholics to pray in public with other Christians because of the fear of religious relativism, a phrase that really means other Christian religions are not as good as Roman Catholicism. This would mean if you attended a Protestant funeral or a Remembrance Day service, as a Catholic you could not join in the Christian prayers because your own religion might be tainted. What rubbish. Jesus was not even a Christian and he invited community prayer. It is thhis kind of religious intolerance that gives Rome a bad name.
Should Christians Pray Together?
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