Now regarding the Protestant version of the Rapture us Catholics, as a way of showing them that their belief is in fact erroneous, question them as to how Jesus can return two more times, as opposed to just the Second Coming where Jesus returns only once.
I am just wondering how our rebuttal to their belief squares away with Jesus being really present in the Eucharist. Can it really be considered a Second Coming if Jesus returns ‘invisibly’ to rapture away true believers? If so then are we ignoring the fact that He is already present in the Eucharist?
I wish I had time to write this more understandably…
Another question that popped into my head after listening to Catholic Radio at 2 in the morning was after I heard one of the Catholic priests lead a prayer group. And he would say something like, “Almighty God” or “Son of God” or “Most precious Lamb” or “Eternal Lord” and so on and so forth in naming God and Jesus Christ and the prayer group would in turn say “Graciously hear us O Lord” or something like that. My question has to do with praying “like the pagans”.
Reason being is because I was reading about what Jesus meant when He said that in an article that may have been in Q/A form and it explained that “praying as pagans” meant that the person praying would name their god in a variety of ways in hopes that they would say the right name and their god would hear them. Is this not exactly what is going on with this prayer group?