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Tell Us About Your Church
I thought we needed a thread to gauge what's going on in America's churches.

Personally, I'm interested in knowing what kind of leftist indoctrination is going on around the country in these places of worship. Additionally, I'm curious as to what the situation is like for others looking to find a Christian bride.

I go to 2 churches myself. There is a dearth of good-looking women at each of them and when I go to weekly service, it is mostly made up of couples along with the occasional family.

Church #1
One of them is 20 minutes away from me but is the nicest of any church in my area so I'll sometimes make the drive just to experience the beauty and authentic experience once inside.

However, the last time I went they had a guest pastor who was reading out of Ephesians 5:21-33. There is a passage that says:

Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything.

Of course the pastor used this as a chance to lambast men who beat their wives and wanted to make sure that every man in the crowd knew this was wrong. There was of course no talk about how the wife should submit to her husband as it's mentioned in the Bible. This pastor just wanted to concentrate on what bad scenarios might come from men who read this passage and took it the wrong way.

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Then there's the other church I go to...or should I say went to as I don't think I'll be going back. The pastor is friendly but seems to have some kind of leftist agenda as one time I went he wanted to organize some kind of "Meet Your Islamic Neighbor" event for the congregation. He didn't want any of us to get the wrong idea about these lovely people and thought we should be out getting to know them and welcoming them into our Christian community. Barf.

Because of my experiences at both of these churches, I am still looking for something more traditional with pastors who aren't leftists with some sick agenda.
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When I'd only been attending my church for about a month, there was one Sunday when an older Indian couple was celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. At the agape meal, the pastor them, "What's the secret to a lasting marriage?" and handed them the mic.
"I love her," announced the husband.
"And I do whatever he says," said the wife.
The husband nodded and smiled.
I sat with baited breath, waiting for someone to get offended. But instead, everybody clapped.
There are several good-looking women in their twenties -however they're all married to men they met at the church.
The sermons are always about the scripture readings in the lectionary, the women wear headcoverings, the services are done in full, and the priests don't hesitate to put me out of communion after a particularly bad confession. All in all, very solidly orthodox and I'm lucky to be a part of it.

ETA: My church is Orthodox Christian, and belongs to the Bulgarian Patriarchate.
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It would help to also share your church's denomination.

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My church is one planted as part of a larger network of small churches (non-denominational), so there is accountability for the leadership. Congregation size is around 150. They occasionally give lip service to "racial justice" issues, but are conservative on pretty much everything else, and theologically conservative.

Lots of young families, tons of kids. Most I've talked to are social conservative, though I'm probably farther to the right than anyone else. No feminists as far as I can tell. There is one couple that have views I could describe as SJW, but that's it, as far as I know. I have gone to the shooting range with the pastors (who are male, of course) and the worship leader. They are all pretty masculine men and not soy boys.

If SJWs try to corrupt my church, I will absolutely punch back.
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Former church of mine for years was a spin-off of the Church Of Christ. The leadership was lacking. Men would get up on stage and literally cry tears about how someone needs to hear the gospel/sorrow over a lost loved one/etc . It was disheartening seeing it repeatedly.
I had friends that went there, but that was only because of them I went still.
Then I got a logistics management job that requires me to travel 85% of the time so I just lived a life of lascivious degeneracy from 2014 to about August-ish of last year



Now I'm in the middle of a career change going back to school so I'm close to home again, and decided to hit up my region for church attendance.
Went to a Baptist spin-off a couple of weeks ago. But I just was invisible to everyone. I had to go way out of my way to even be acknowledged. I got the feeling that it was like a social club again. This coming Sunday I'm going to my local Greek Orthodox Church. I'm tired of the corporate feel good that my Southeastern region espouses.

Churches are so common down here, they're literally like social club arenas.

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Catholic Church.

We believe in heaven and hell and in the virgin mary. The virgin mary plays an integral part in the church. We have a God, but the virgin mary is seeing as a mother figure.
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I go to a Catholic church here in Massachusetts

It's the one I was raised in, however it is in a small but very rich liberal town neighboring my town. It does have almost a therapeutic peace to it, however there are no activities or groups for young adults like me to meet others practicing the faith. Massachusetts has a reputation for having a lacking church culture. I'm going to be moving southward very soon, and I have to say, what I've been researching and prioritizing the most is whether there are good churches and ways to get involved for people around my age.

Semi related- can anyone here comment on the Catholic church community in Florida or North Carolina?

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(08-12-2019 11:41 AM)Cortés Wrote:  I go to a Catholic church here in Massachusetts

It's the one I was raised in, however it is in a small but very rich liberal town neighboring my town. It does have almost a therapeutic peace to it, however there are no activities or groups for young adults like me to meet others practicing the faith. Massachusetts has a reputation for having a lacking church culture. I'm going to be moving southward very soon, and I have to say, what I've been researching and prioritizing the most is whether there are good churches and ways to get involved for people around my age.

Semi related- can anyone here comment on the Catholic church community in Florida or North Carolina?

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^^^what part of the country are you in?

Even if the activities are corny I would gladly go just for the sake of meeting people my age who aren't degenerate college students or drug addicted bums

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(08-12-2019 06:17 PM)Cortés Wrote:  ^^^what part of the country are you in?

Even if the activities are corny I would gladly go just for the sake of meeting people my age who aren't degenerate college students or drug addicted bums

Nashville area, and they're the finest hypocrites you could meet. Degenerate college students on Friday, Saintly God fearing patrons on Sunday

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(08-12-2019 11:41 AM)Cortés Wrote:  Semi related- can anyone here comment on the Catholic church community in Florida or North Carolina?

Florida has lots of Roman Catholic parishes, and it's not hard to find ones that are very active, and not particularly liberal. An Orthodox parish I used to attend there would team up with our neighboring RC parish for the soup kitchen and things like that.

Ave Maria college in Naples attracts a lot of somewhat traditionally-minded Catholic students. And all of the big cites in Florida have plenty of Catholic parishes to choose from.
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(08-13-2019 08:42 AM)pitbullowner Wrote:  
(08-12-2019 06:17 PM)Cortés Wrote:  ^^^what part of the country are you in?

Even if the activities are corny I would gladly go just for the sake of meeting people my age who aren't degenerate college students or drug addicted bums

Nashville area, and they're the finest hypocrites you could meet. Degenerate college students on Friday, Saintly God fearing patrons on Sunday

I'm sure the big city rush into Nashville for the last 10 years helped. Am I right? Undecided
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(08-14-2019 09:17 PM)Kid Twist Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 08:42 AM)pitbullowner Wrote:  
(08-12-2019 06:17 PM)Cortés Wrote:  ^^^what part of the country are you in?

Even if the activities are corny I would gladly go just for the sake of meeting people my age who aren't degenerate college students or drug addicted bums

Nashville area, and they're the finest hypocrites you could meet. Degenerate college students on Friday, Saintly God fearing patrons on Sunday

I'm sure the big city rush into Nashville for the last 10 years helped. Am I right? Undecided

Yeah it's definitely changed. TN might go blue in 2022 because of all these flocking liberals Sad

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St. Clements
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Denomination: Catholic
Mass Form: Traditional Roman Rite (aka Latin Mass)
Apostolic Society: FSSP (Fraternal Society of Saint Peter)
Homily: translated into English & French
Confessionals: 30 minutes Before Every Mass & On Saturday
Mass: Multiple Masses each Day, 3 on Sundays including High Mass Every Sunday AM

When my current work contract ends I will have to leave this Parish, but this is currently my favourite Church in the world.

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I grew up Episcopalian. I haven’t kept up with the drama but I think there was a pretty big rift in the greater church over the acceptance of gay bishops. I think it’s probably gotten worse in recent years with a lesbian rector raising a ruckus (could be wrong here, or totally different denomination). A local church in my town split in two over the matter, the church I grew up in was super conservative so it was kind of a non-issue. Kind of a head scratcher to me how humans want to change the age old doctrines of the church/God to fit society/their feels. Even though I’m pretty lukewarm about religion I repeated my church and the congregation for sticking to tradition.
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(10-04-2019 11:35 AM)BlastbeatCasanova Wrote:  I grew up Episcopalian. I haven’t kept up with the drama but I think there was a pretty big rift in the greater church over the acceptance of gay bishops. I think it’s probably gotten worse in recent years with a lesbian rector raising a ruckus (could be wrong here, or totally different denomination). A local church in my town split in two over the matter, the church I grew up in was super conservative so it was kind of a non-issue. Kind of a head scratcher to me how humans want to change the age old doctrines of the church/God to fit society/their feels. Even though I’m pretty lukewarm about religion I repeated my church and the congregation for sticking to tradition.

I've seen a few of these Christian churches now with female pastors. If their reasoning for letting them preach is to adapt to today's society, they are adapting to a Leftist narrative and it is Satan who is giving the directives to these Leftists to give these women a congregation.
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Church 1 - Greek Orthodox. Located in downtown. Very long services sometimes, big on making money off funerals and festivals. Enjoyed their Holy week services, was deeply touched by the liturgy on Christs' passion. A few 7s and 8s go to it without covering their heads. Some talks by Serbian members that the majority of Greeks are democrats. Most committee chairs are in real estate, love the democratic process in the committee. Very beautifully decorated. Has a Hellenic cultural center attached which sometimes serves food. Was put on Festival committee. Priest is new though middle age, very soft spoken. Sometimes collection plate is passed around twice. Security present, especially when Bishop was visiting.

Church 2 - Russian Orthodox. Located near a small town so long drive for me. Deacon checks all new visitors as to whether they are Orthodox. Basic decorations, communion involves wine. Women wear veils, nothing above a 6. Was made an acolyte. Lunch in the mess hall after every service. Priest young, very critical of mega churches but seems a little liberal. Emphasis on confessions. Service in English and pretty long. Very demanding as asked me to bring food every month after I donated my birthday food. Also is in heavy debt to the dioceses so after one services, there was a passing around of financials and a financial "begging session" after which I have not been back.

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(10-04-2019 11:27 AM)NoMoreTO Wrote:  St. Clements
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Denomination: Catholic
Mass Form: Traditional Roman Rite (aka Latin Mass)
Apostolic Society: FSSP (Fraternal Society of Saint Peter)
Homily: translated into English & French
Confessionals: 30 minutes Before Every Mass & On Saturday
Mass: Multiple Masses each Day, 3 on Sundays including High Mass Every Sunday AM

When my current work contract ends I will have to leave this Parish, but this is currently my favourite Church in the world.

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What's the difference between FSSP and SSPX?

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(10-04-2019 04:44 PM)Roosh Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 11:27 AM)NoMoreTO Wrote:  St. Clements
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Denomination: Catholic
Mass Form: Traditional Roman Rite (aka Latin Mass)
Apostolic Society: FSSP (Fraternal Society of Saint Peter)
Homily: translated into English & French
Confessionals: 30 minutes Before Every Mass & On Saturday
Mass: Multiple Masses each Day, 3 on Sundays including High Mass Every Sunday AM

When my current work contract ends I will have to leave this Parish, but this is currently my favourite Church in the world.

St_Clements_Ottawa

What's the difference between FSSP and SSPX?

Both of them are Catholic religious orders whose priests celebrate the traditional Latin Mass. The main difference is that the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) is in communion and good standing with the Vatican, while Society of Saint Pius (SSPX) is not.

From what I can tell, most of it has to do with the fact that the SSPX was created not long after the Second Vatican when the old rite was no longer allowed and the order has a handful of bad apples, who have ultimately given the order a bad name, despite the fact their are probably many holy, God-fearing men within it as well. The FSSP, on the other hand, was created after Pope Benedict reinstituted the old rite through Summorum Pontificum.

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(10-04-2019 04:44 PM)Roosh Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 11:27 AM)NoMoreTO Wrote:  St. Clements
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Denomination: Catholic
Mass Form: Traditional Roman Rite (aka Latin Mass)
Apostolic Society: FSSP (Fraternal Society of Saint Peter)
Homily: translated into English & French
Confessionals: 30 minutes Before Every Mass & On Saturday
Mass: Multiple Masses each Day, 3 on Sundays including High Mass Every Sunday AM

When my current work contract ends I will have to leave this Parish, but this is currently my favourite Church in the world.

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What's the difference between FSSP and SSPX?

The FSSP (Fraternal Society of Saint Peter) could be termed an 'Offshoot' of SSPX (Society of Saint Pius X). On a functional level as a layperson, you likely wouldn't tell the difference.

To clarify, today, both are loyal to the Pope and Holy Catholic Church. A confusing part of returning to the Church for me has been discovering the fullness of the Latin Mass, and realizing that it is something that Modernist Popes (JP2, Francis) seem to be trying to tear down.

SSPX was founded in 1970 and is known for preserving the Latin Mass. The Latin Mass is more than just a difference in language, but in much of the method, prayer, culture of the mass etc. It was founded and run by Arch Bishop Cardinal Lefebvre.

In 1988 Cardinal Lefebvre was getting old and needed to appoint bishops. It gets a little blurry behind Vatican walls but ultimately he was getting jerked around for years and years and to the highest degree so he appointed 4 bishops on his own.

He was excommunicated by JP2 for not getting formal approval from the Rome for these appointments. The bishops were also excommunicated. At this point all of the SSPX parishes are outside of the Catholic Church. The cause is breaking with the authority of the Pope. SSPX_Timeline

At this point a small group of 12 priests pledged allegiance to the Vatican, seeing what Cardinal Lefebvre did as incorrect and siding with Rome. Hence the name invoking St. Peter. This is the FSSP
Quote:For the honour and glory of the holy Catholic Church, for the consolation of the much troubled faithful, and for the peace of their conscience, the undersigned, members until now of the Fraternity of Saint Pius X, declare with profound regret over the illicit consecration of bishops on 30 June [1988] that they have remained within the Catholic Church as pars sanior of this same Fraternity, and that they have but one desire: to be able to live as a religious society in this Church and place themselves at her service under the authority, of course, of the Roman Pontiff, her supreme head.
— From the Declaration of Intention by the Founders (2 July 1988)

The SSPX excommunication was also lifted by Pope Benedict as of 2009, bringing the SSPX back into the fold. SSPX_Ban_Lifted

In Cardinal Lefebvres' view, he was protecting the faith, which is carried on in the Roman Rite, the Traditional Mass, along with dogma etc. The Tridentine Mass is a very old mass, but was codified in this format in the Council of Trent. So by definition, it is valid and can not be overturned. Rome was trying to use administrative games to essentially shut down the Old Mass. Many today see Cardinal Lefebvre as a hero, others as rightfully excommunicated. I would argue that he did what he had to do to defend the faith against modernism.

The FSSP on the other hand showed obedience to authority at that time to those put above them on earth, which is admirable as well.

On a Side note, there is another group called Sedvancantists. These are actuals SSPX members who did not wish to rejoin Rome, seeing the Current Papacy as infiltrated (freemasons). SSPX_Sedvancantists

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I've recently returned to the Roman Catholic Church after being lapsed for a decade. The parish building was built ca. 1860 and is one of the oldest buildings in the area, and the oldest church building that still functions as a church. The main 11:00AM Mass is of the traditional Latin variety and the priest is very conservative. Most of the population are young families with several children and old retired couples. There are also a handful of solo young women in attendance.
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Eastern Rite Catholic church. Small, and everyone knows everyone. We need to grow and be more apostolic. That being said, we have a wonderful pastor that has a great sense of humor, but also speaks about the need for modesty (he's talked that both men and women shouldn't be dressed in a sloppy fashion, as our bodies are Temples of the Holy Spirit), etc. The Divine Liturgy is very reverent and we don't have any altar girls. All of the positions of leadership are held by men, but there are good conservative women that support their husbands and children.

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I attend a traditional Protestant church that I'd rather not name since the denomination is fairly small and I'm paranoid about doxing myself. But we're in the tradition of reformers like Luther, Calvin, and Cranmer, and maintain an older liturgy.

What's good: A conservative family oriented congregation, a lot of married couples with small children. The pastor is a veteran with a cute wife and a bunch of kids. He knows his Bible and theology, and he lifts. The people seem devout, intelligent, and welcoming. The music is excellent. I wonder if this is what America used to be like and still is in places that Roosh has visited on his tour.

What's not: As many of us have noted at good churches, a lack of young single women and young adults in general, just a handful of college age kids in a city with a lot of universities and jobs for recent grads. Besides the families it's just a few old people and a couple lower beta type guys. And it feels almost like an immigrant church because the denomination is mainly in a different part of the country and a lot of the people are transplants to this globohomo city for work.

I'll probably stay here as long as I'm in the area, places like this are hard to find.
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