It is certainly convenient for you that the thread was removed, since the “question” was answered multiple times and you simply ignored the answers.
One example from the thread was where you asked an irrelevant followup (“sleight of hand”) regarding where in the Bible it said that we should exclude those who persist in disbelief of church doctrine. I posted the relevant passage from Matthew 18 wherein Christ himself tells us to do just that.
You ignored it and moved on without acknowledging your error.
That, among others, is why I question the sincerity of the question.
One other example:
You claimed that the Catholic Church teaches that you and other Protestants and non-Catholic Christians are not in fact Christians. We quoted the Catechism and the recent Vatican letter which demonstrated that your claim was false—you ignored it and moved on to the Eucharist.
Again, as Shea points out, this is the mark of an insincere questioner.
The structure of such exchanges goes like this:
Non-Catholic: “The Catholic Church teaches A.”
Catholic: “Per the Catechism, the Catholic Church does not teach A. It teaches Not A.”
Non-Catholic: “Oh yeah? Well, the Catholic Church teaches B.”
Catholic: “Per the Catechism, the Catholic Church does not teach B. It teaches Not B.”
Non-Catholic: “Oh yeah? Well Scripture says C.”
Catholic: “The entire passage referenced does not say C. Moreover, C is inconsistent with the following passages, which say Not C.”
Non-Catholic: “Oh yeah? Well, Catholics worship Mary/statues/saints/The Pope.”
Catholic: “Catholics worship God. Moreover, here is the Scriptural basis for the things which you claim are signs of worshipping someone or something other than God.”
Non-Catholic: “Why are you attacking me?”
I should also note that we are blessed with many non-Catholics on this board who are sincere seekers after truth. The above does not refer to these; indeed, discussions in which they take part do not fit this profile.