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Welcome to the DAcatholics!

Welcome, and thank you for taking an interest in the DAcatholics. Before we can assist you, we would like to familiarise you with an abridged account of our group policy. We hope you become a contributing member of our group today!

We are an online Catholic community which will hopefully soon become an active testimonial of the risen Christ and His Almighty Father. Let us all be evidence for the love God shows us and the graces He blesses us with everyday. Let us sing songs of praise and listen to His words.

This Deviant-Group will have Christian-related art and writings together with information about our faith and support for those who need it. The dACatholics is not an official outreach established by The Holy See.

The fulltext of our rules and regulations can be read in our Group Constitution. We expect all members to be familiarised with the rules before participating in the group.

'Domine Iesu Christe, qui dixisti Apostolis tuis: "Pacem relinquo vobis, pacem meam do vobis, non quomodo mundus dat ego do vobis", ne respicias peccata nostra sed merita tua, et concede omnibus famulis tuis, ut quos creavit Pater omnipotens atque gubernat, quosque Tu pretioso Sanguine redemisti et ad vitam aeternam destinasti, omnes alterutrum toto corde propter te diligentes, cor unum fiant et perenni tua pace laetentur.

Domine Iesu Christe, de quo cecinit Propheta: "Et adorabunt eum omnes reges terrae, omnes gentes servient ei", regnum tuum ad genus humanum universum extende. Super omnes homines fidei tuae lumen immitte, a passionum illecebris vinculisque eos libera, atque ad caelestia dirige: et concede propitius, ut civitates nationesque per immaculatam Sponsam tuam Ecclesiam sanctam coniunctae, beatissima Virgine Maria Regina Pacis intercedente, tibi humillime famulentur; et ex omnibus linguis et populis unus existat chorus, qui, die ac nocte, te laudet, te benedicat, te exaltet, o Rex gentium et dominator earum, o Princeps pacis, o saeculorum Rex immortalis. Amen.'

Last updated by DanileeNatsumi on 21.May.2017 22:22pm -8:00 GMT
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TheEditorialCrew Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2018
Thanks for a chance to be a part of your group.  God bless you in all your endeavors.
godofwarlover Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2018
I need help with a Bible passage. The Ordeal Of Bitter Water in 5:11-31. I need a better understanding about it since the militant atheists say it is a recipe for an abortifacient and I need to see if they are wrong
Hello godofwarlover,

    Thank you for your inquiry, and many apologies for a belated reply.  As a general rule, the Admins of the DAcatholics will answer all well-constructed inquiries, but not immediately.  You are always welcome to ask inquiries, but you will receive more immediate answers from your local priest, parish, or Catholic forums monitored by scholarly experts.  That stated, I'll proceed to answer your inquiry.

     In simple English, the Ordeal of the Bitter Water featured in Numbers 5 is not a discussion of abortion.  The bitter water featured in Numbers 5 is a mysterious concoction (symbolic of uncleanliness and malice) that will be a testament to the consumer's fidelity, or will negatively effect her reproductive system (consider the symbolic meaning of 'bitter; bitterness' and 'water' in the entirety of The Scripture).  The exact medical condition the consumer will develop is not specified (see Catholic Forums thread below for a lay theory), but she will become barren (i.e., 'rot'; see provided formal translation below for details).  Should the consumer be proven innocent, she will maintain her fertility.  Any interpretations of abortion (e.g., 'miscarriage' as used in informal biblical translations) in The Scripture is likely a grave misunderstanding of liberally transcribed text (i.e., informal; not word-for-word; focuses on the translator's functional interpretation of source material).  

     Please let me know if my reply answers your question.  Feel free to ask more questions, should any arise.

Danilee N.,
DAcatholics Staff

Further reading:
:bulletwhite: Numbers 5: A formal translation of Numbers 5, written in Greek, English, and Latin.
:bulletwhite: Evangelical dictionary: "Bitter, bitterness" entry. (Consider the use of 'bitter' in reference to the Bible's entirety.)
:bulletwhite: Catholic Answers Forum: Ordeal of the Bitter Water discussion thread.
godofwarlover Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2018
Okay then, thank you
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