The Roman Catholic Church: Mega-rich Yet Begging

5/27/2016 123 Comments


There is not an iota of doubt that the Roman Catholic Church is very rich. But is it pro-poor?

First, the Philippine Security Exchange (PSE) records show that the RCC is a major player in the stock market.

With billions of pesos in funds locked in shares, the RCC has investments in banking, oil, information technology, energy, food and beverages, construction, and mining.

Specifically, RCC’s archdioceses are top stockholders in companies such as the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), Philex Mining Corporation (PX), San Miguel Corporation (SMC), Ayala Corporation (AC), and Phinma Corporation (PHN), among others.

For Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) alone, the Archdiocese of Manila has stock investments of almost 328 million shares valued at 30 Billion Pesos; Archdiocese of Zamboanga has 269,982 shares valued at 25.378 million pesos, and Archdiocese of Jaro has 491, 385 shares valued at 46.19 million pesos. (Aries Rufo, “Billions of pesos in Church funds locked in stocks,” Rappler, 1/11/2015).

From the same report, below are the latest available files on RCC funds locked in stocks. Table 1 declares the stocks of the Archdiocese of Manila in five companies.


The same report shows a Table 2 indicating stocks of other Archdioceses outside of Manila and their values in Philippine pesos.


Second, the RCC acts like it is cash-strapped.

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) is one of the richest Catholic dioceses in the entire world. So says a report that also tackled the reconstruction and renovation of the Manila Cathedral, the ‘Mother church’ in the Philippines by a supposed cash-strapped diocese. Some few years back, then Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle appealed for help to realize one of the most expensive ventures of the Archdiocese of Manila. Repair and construction cost was initially pegged at P40 million - P50 million, ballooning to P136 million after some two years.

Donors were quick to respond to Tagle’s appeal for help, with San Miguel Corp president Ramon Ang and Metrobank chairman George Ty easily shelling out P50 million and P20 million, respectively. There were also other private donors who gave huge sums of money, as well as the “simple people” who gave loose coins for the reconstruction of the cathedral.

Given its appeal for help, many would assume the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) is cash-strapped. But in reality, it is overflowing with money, tucked in bonds, foreign currency deposits and stocks investments, maintaining its position as one of the richest Catholic dioceses in the entire world. (Aries Rufo, “Can we know how rich the Catholic Church is?” RapplerDotCom, 1/19/2015)

Third, the RCC asks for gifts from government.

Flashback to 2011, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) named a priest and several Catholic bishops who were given sports utility vehicles (SUVs) during the time of then President Gloria Arroyo. The agency charged these to its charity fund (Perseus Echeminada, “Bishops in PCSO scam identified,” Philippine Star, 6/20/2011).

The seven bishops obtained the controversial vehicles using funds released by the PCSO supposedly in exchange for their loyalty. [Note: Gloria Arroyo figured in corruption charges of rigging the elections of 2004 in her favor. In the “Hello Garci” scandal, bishops were expected by the public to condemn it, but there was none of it.] The grant sparked a Senate investigation and the bishops agreed to surrender the vehicles. According to the Commission on Audit (COA), the grant of the five vehicles amounting to P6.940 million violates the constitutional provision that “no public money or property shall be appropriated, applied or employed directly or indirectly, for the use of, benefit or support to any sect, church, denomination… except when such priest, preacher or dignitary is assigned to the Armed Forces or to any penal institution, or government orphanage or leprosarium.” 


Days later, news have it that a fund-raising campaign was organized by lay leaders belonging to the Coalition for Family and Life to help the now “car-less” prelates get new vehicles.

Romulo Macalintal together with Lito Atienza, Macalintal led a campaign to replace the vehicles returned by Catholic bishops in the wake of the recent PCSO scandal. In less than two weeks of fundraising, donations exceeded a million pesos.

But are they the poor?

There are reactions from the public about the RCC -

But it’s not the amount of donations that I consider miraculous. Nor is it the fact that they were collected in less than half a month. The fact that Macalintal managed to convince so many that the bishops needed money — now that’s a miracle….

All I’m saying is that if you’re really pro-poor, you should be the ones giving to the poor, not the other way around. The question is, have the bishops accumulated wealth so that they could be pro-poor? Or have they pretended to be pro-poor so that they could accumulate wealth? (Red Tani, “Blessed are the Poor, said the Billionaire Bishops,”7/27/2011/FilipinoFreethinkersDotOrg).

Meanwhile, Lawyer Aleta Tolentino, a Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office (PCSO) director, impressed that a bishop that asked Gloria Arroyo for a car as birthday gift used the name of the poor. 

Tolentino reportedly said –

We are not against the Church. We are just denouncing what happened in the past—corruption of government funds, which is prohibited by the Constitution itself. Would the bishops rather that we keep mum or we lie about it? Would they want us to just keep quiet about this?” (Tina G. Santos, “Bishop Juan de Dios Pueblos asked Gloria Arroyo for a car as b’day gift,” Philippine Daily Inquirer, 7/6/2011).

Manila Standard Columnist Elizabeth Angsioco in her article, “The Church of the Poor,” wrote –

This is something that only few of us know: the Philippine Roman Catholic Church is a multi-billionaire religious and business organization. Yes, the Church is mega-rich.

We have always known that the Church, to which at least 80 per cent of Filipinos belong, is rich. Its properties like cathedrals and other big churches, expensive private Catholic colleges and universities all over the country, private hospitals, big buildings and huge tracts of land for their seminaries, etc. are there for people to see. We have always thought this as a given, normal. After all, the Church has been here longer than any of us.

No one really cared to approximate how rich the bishops really are and what the church can do if it really wanted to help poor Catholics. (http://propinoy.net/2011/05/29/the-church-of-the-poor/)

Angsioco, head of Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines (DSWP), goes on to enumerate the billions of stocks that the RCC has and their value in pesos. She makes a calculation what these billions can do. In the end she says the RCC is in a very good position to remove millions of families from poverty.

The Church positions itself as the vanguard of morality. Yet, while it sits on at least P17.5 billion, it continues to solicit donations from the poor instead of helping them have a better life. The Church proclaims itself as the protector of life. Yet it doesn’t use its billions to save the Catholic poor from hunger, sickness, and death.

Why don’t we see anything wrong with the bishop in all his finery standing beside the Catholic beggar? Is it really acceptable that cathedrals are in the same community of Catholic slum dwellers?

When will the Roman Catholic Church realize that as the multi-billionaire church of the millions of poor Filipino Catholics, it is its moral responsibility to substantially help its flock? (http://propinoy.net/2011/05/29/the-church-of-the-poor/)

Note that the latest report on value of BPI shares of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila is P30 billion. In 2011, it was P17.5 billion. Now, contrast their lying billions to the fact that the Philippine Government is badly in debt. Yet, they managed to ask vehicles “for the poor.”

What are the stocks for with the poor around?

One archbishop reasoned out that they have only inherited their wealth from the Spanish friars so they have to protect and nourish it! The wealth of the Spanish friars were accumulated in deceiving our Filipino forefathers, even to the extent of selling indulgences, pardoning thieves and criminals in exchange for their money!

Cannot the bishops now use their wealth taken from Filipinos of yesteryears to the poor Filipinos of the present generation? Cannot they exempt a poor Filipino from paying baptismal fees, marriage fees, and many others? It is the teaching of the Gospel to tend to the poor.

In truth, the coffers of the Roman Catholic Church are full compared to that of the government of the Philippines. It is that plain and simple. To date, the government has an outstanding foreign debt of US$77.659 billion (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/External_debt_of_the_Philippines), an obligation of the people of the Philippines to pay. Meanwhile, the Roman Catholic Church with its billions of investments earns interests without any obligation to pay any tax - unlike the ordinary hardworking Filipino.

Just a quick glance at the facts and figures shows clear indication of injustice and inequity.

I am reminded of a verse in Ezequiel that says -

EZEKIEL 34:2-4
2 Son of man, prophesy against the shepherds of Israel, prophesy, and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD unto the shepherds; Woe be to the shepherds of Israel that do feed themselves! should not the shepherds feed the flocks?
3 Ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the wool, ye kill them that are fed: but ye feed not the flock.
4 The diseased have ye not strengthened, neither have ye healed that which was sick, neither have ye bound up that which was broken, neither have ye brought again that which was driven away, neither have ye sought that which was lost; but with force and with cruelty have ye ruled them.

There are many Catholics sleeping in the streets and slums of Metro Manila some of whom are sleeping in the cold just beside and in front of the Catholic Quiapo Church - a breathe away from where the bishop sleeps in comfort inside! Only the walls of the church separate them.


But then they continuously ask for fees in baptism, confirmation, wedding ceremonies, masses, and other services, and donations practically selling all kinds of services and rituals, with their members as captive market, 80 percent of whom are living below the poverty line.

I PETER 4:10
As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.

A good steward of God uses the gifts he received to minister or to help others. But Catholic priests are not willing to obey this scriptural injunction.

MICAH 3:11
The heads thereof judge for reward, and the priests thereof teach for hire, and the prophets thereof divine for money: yet will they lean upon the LORD, and say, Is not the LORD among us? none evil can come upon us.

The way it is behaving, the Roman Catholic Church is a money making institution! It is not pro-poor; more yet, it acts as a beggar.

123 comments:

  1. Very true! They are acting more than a poor. The RCC is full of hypocrisy.

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  2. This is an eye opener to all of us! Thanks for exposing these Catholic Church officials. With such kind of luxurios lifestyle, millions or billions of pesos, it is more than enough to feed their poor members roaming, sleeping around their chapels. Pro-poor? Nah. They're not!

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  3. Hay kawawang mahihirap, lalong kinakawawa ng mga lider na mali mali. Salamat sa Dios nakasumpong kami ng mga lider na sila mismo tumutulong sa mahihirap, hindi nila kinakalakal ang mga mahihirap.

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  4. Thanks be to God for this awakening Blog!!!!

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  5. Another eye opening blog which expose the truth behind this Mega rich religion. Nice read and worth sharing...I hope that this blog will reach and be read by as many of our Catholic friends and kababayans and serve as an eye opener for them to think about their religion...A million thanks to GOD for this another bit of wisdom shared to us by MrControversyX.

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  6. very disappointing...
    they truly cannot upright the wrongdoings, instead, they just harden there heart and conscience.
    Pls. catholic people, your priests doesn't love you, doesn't care for you and lying to you.

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  7. 'The way it is behaving, the Roman Catholic Church is a money making institution! It is not pro-poor; more yet, it acts as a beggar."

    very well said Mr. ControversyX.

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  8. Very insightful. Thanks be to GOD for this wonderful wisdom that He has given you. Now, we won't be fooled by those hypocritical pastors. Salamat sa Dios sa kaniyang kaloob na hindi masayod

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  9. Thanks Be to God for this new Blog of Mr.ControversyX this is very informative and knowlegeble blog
    Roman Catholic priest is not pro poor look inspite RCC is one of Richest stock holder poor member of RCC they cant help it and they sleeping on the street

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  10. The love of Money than the love of Man is very much the RCC's Policy.

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  11. Thanks be to God for this new Blog. Amen!

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  12. Bishops & Priests of the Catholic church are living in a Luxury Life, mansions & vehicles donated by the Government, but there poor members sleeps on the streets & squatters areas. #MoneyMakingCatholicism

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  13. Salamat sa bagong blog ni Mr. ControversyX
    Appreciate!!!
    Salamat sa Dios
    To God be the Glory

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  14. sana lumaban ang mga pari sa Hamon ni Duterte kung ayaw nila kay Ka debate si Bro Eli.

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  15. members of RCC really are sleeping, they don't like to wake-up because they are (could I say) stupid, they just remain on believing that there church is TRUE !!!!

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  16. Roman Catholic Business and Marketing Strategies

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  17. Thanks be to God for these very up to date informations about how esurient the RCC is. "The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) is one of the richest Catholic dioceses in the entire world,yet there are many Catholics sleeping in the streets and slums of Metro Manila some of whom are sleeping in the cold just beside and in front of the Catholic Quiapo Church." (Mr. ControversyX

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  18. That is why they hated the Godfather Trilogy movie. It exposed the businesses of the Vatican Church.

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  19. Thanks to God for this Blog. Corruption in the Catholic Church is true. Most Catholic priests live in mansions while their members suffer poverty.

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  20. One heartless religion. Their idols are well kept and dry while their members are sleeping on the streets.
    They have the best edifices. Yet most of their members live in poverty.
    And the irony is, RCC extract money from these poor members.
    Let us push some more till Mr.Controversy reaches out most people.

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  21. How shameful for Catholic leaders to say "God bless" all the time after a mass. They don't even use their wealth to do good to their fellow Catholic members. Hopefully more people will encounter this blog to get englightened.

    Tiziana Umipig
    SF Bay Area, California USA

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  22. Thanks be to God! The very reason why President-elect Duterte called them a hypocritical institution.

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  23. Again Mr. Controversy states the facts and proves that the Roman Catholic Church is one of the major reasons for the poverty being experienced by the majority of Filipinos. They are a burden to the country.

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  24. The good stewart uses the gift he received to minister and to help others..not to profit from it..thanks be to God for this Blog.

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  25. Just like the Scribes and Pharisees during the time of Christ, they are hypocrites who pretend to care for the poor.

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  26. MoneyMakingCatholicism
    I agree with you.
    They used so called mother teresa to scrounge for cash as well, even taking money from papa doc aristide.

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  27. It's about time members of the Catholic Church to wake up for the wrong doing & teaching of their Bishops & Priests, where there thinking only the Benefits of their Luxurious Life while their members remain in poor life condition.

    Thanks be to God for this new blog of Bro.Eli.

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  28. It has always been known to all that the Roman Catholic Church is a rich organization -- but with all the facts laid out in this blog, the vastness of their wealth should be made illegal, especially since they do not seem to be helping the poor members of their group.

    This is a very interesting, factual and biblical blog. Thankful for Mr. Controversy!

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  29. Thanks be to God!For this blog #MoneyMakingCatholicism

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  30. The RCC take care this poor people. And in fact,the RCC Provides the needs of the poor but the problem is despite the RCC helping them and after helping they go back again in the streets. The RCC do his part to the poor so pls don't the RCC if there is something it is not the RCC but those people using them not the RCC.

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  31. Roman Catholic Church is not of GOD..

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  32. To God be the Glory.
    For this another en-lighting topic made by Mr. Controversy X.
    Hoping all catholic members would able to see the Truth and nothing but the Truth about the wrong teachings/doctrines they practices which are not biblical, starting to their leaders.

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  33. Salamat sa Dios nakasumpong kami ng mga lider na sila mismo tumutulong sa mahihirap, hindi nila kinakalakal ang mga mahihirap.To GOD Be The Glory

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  34. I always had this feeling that the RCC was seated on a sea of mud! Thanks to God for this extraordinary controversy ...

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  35. Poor pala ha? Grabe! Pano kayo nakakatulog? Wala kayong konsensya. Lamunin nyo mga bilyones nyo sa impyerno. May katapusan din ang lahat. KATO-LIKO (nakakaiyak sa inis, nawala tuloy pagkatimtiman ko)

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  36. Grabe talaga , nasa harap na nang mukha nila ang karumihan ng mga miyembro mg RCC , , o dedma na lang , mgaRCC wake up po

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  37. True! RCC, Quibuloy, Iglesia ni Manalo and other religions are all the same when it comes to money making schemes... Other sells books, services, religious icons, Bibles etc. Instead of feeding others, they feast in the expense of their followers, not sparing the poor... I would like to see if a poor follower can ride Quibuloy's private plane..recently Manalo's had boasted for helping the poor thru free medical services, the event caused traffic jam's, they should have used their arena in bulacan to avoid this situation, but it seems they wanted publicity...

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  38. Duterte is right when he said that the most hypocritical institution is the RCC.

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  39. No doubt, RCC is a multi billionaire institution and Mega Rich!

    #MoneyMakingCatholicism

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  40. mga asong walang kabusugan. mga tiyan ang kanilang panginoon.

    #MoneyMakingCatholicism

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  41. RCC destroys the Philippine Constitution. Duterte was right. These Bishops are promoters of graft and corruption.

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  42. True, kaya pati Si Pres. Duterte walang tiwala sa RCC.

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  43. Amen! Grabe pala ang catholic church sa Pinas kung gaano sila kayamn pero mga miembro nila hindi nila tinutulungan. Salamat po Sa Dios at Sa Panginoong Hesus sa blog na ito Nawa ay magbukas ito ng ating mga pagiisip lalo na sa mga kapatid nating mga katoliko

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  44. Wow they are really rich but still begs!

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  45. To God be the Glory. It's not to late to the members of RCC wake up ???

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  46. Awakening Blog!
    I guess it's about time..
    To my catholic friends and family I hope and pray for your enlightenment.

    To God Be the Glory!

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  47. ngayon ko lang nalaman to.. must read blog..

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  48. This is a serve a eye opener for fanatics Catholic members hoping they are willing to left this kind of religious organization in time. Million Thank you to God.#MoneyMakingCatholism #TruthCaster

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  49. The flocks in the RCC should know these realities in the RC church and their doctrines...tumolong sa mga mahihirap na Kababayang Pilipino....To God be the Glory!

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  50. the Roman Catholic Church is a money making institution! It is not pro-poor; more yet, it acts as a beggar.

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  51. Such an eye-opener. Salamat sa Dios!

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  52. Sabi ko na nga ba weh! Dapat parusahan ang mga bwisit na bishops na nagpapayaman laang! They have sold their souls to the devil themselves! What a shame hmmp!

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  53. poor poor catholics they are being used and abused for money making catholics business priests.

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  54. Its business as usual... they are greedy dogs as mentioned in the bible...

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  55. May God give mercy to all Catholic members, especially to the poor..open their eyes to see the truth and escape slavery.

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  56. Madami ng pera RC pero they still want more. Kawawa members. Sana màbasa nla ito.

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  57. Thank you for this one. I am a Catholic and I appreciate this article. Not the other way around. Thats really a good numbers. But here is what. When we view things, Theres always an objective and subjective ways of doing it. This article is an example of the former. This article failed to see the goodness of the church inspite of these billions. If you are really part of the church and experienced a personal redemption you will understand what I'm saying. This statement is applicable to any other religious denominations not just the RCC.

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  58. The Catholic religion does not even help their members in their needs but benefit from their members' financial contributions. Thanks to be to God for His servants who untiringly help His people without expecting anything in return.

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  59. It is true that the Catholic priests are just after their members' money. Don't trust them.

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  60. Duterte is right in saying that RC are a bunch of HYPOCRITES!

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  61. Clearly these RCC billionaire archdiocese and priests are corrupt and making businesses out of religion. They are after their own profit! On the contrary, the true preachers sent by God are unselfish and work only for the salvation of the people. Thanks be to God for Bro. Eli and Bro. Daniel!

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  62. Investments pa lang ang laki na ng pera ng mga katoliko, pero naalala ko ung namamalimos ng barya o piso so kardinal Tagle sa mga Pilipino dahil sa misa ng mundo daw :(

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  63. Naalala ko si Duterte nabanggit din niya yung mga kotseng yun na sinasabi sa blog na to. tsk tsk tsk Kawawang mga katoliko

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  64. It's a fact "they're pretending to be of GOD but in their works and doings they're not, thanx GOD we have Mr. Controversy to expose the RCC's........., THANX BE TO GOD!

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  65. As the saying goes "history repeat itself" same as the old times the hypocrisy of Spanish priests was carried over until now by the RCC priests of our time.

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  66. My simple equation of service is something equal or less than gain… something synonymous to, or predominantly, a sacrifice.

    It is saddening, however, why a lot of religious leaders, the supposed exemplars of service, if not sacrifice, in a society are more inclined of having “gain” as the motive behind their preaching, yet they dare to call it “church service.” A specious service which runs afoul with the Bible.

    Thnx a lot Mr. Controversy Extraordinary for another enlightening blog. To GOD be the glory!

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  67. ganun pala yun...... kaya pala....
    salamat sa Dios sa blog na ito...:)

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  68. nakkadurog ng puso, hanggang kilan kau kakain sa laman at kaluluwa ng mga aba, nkakakita nba kau ng kumakain ng PAGPAG, tuyo, nodles, chitsheria, nkahiga sa bangkita, sa kpirasong karton, walang panyapak na naglalakad, yagit na marungis, Sa Dios sla dumadaing,at nkklala nyo, Mga PARE, BISHOP, CADINALS,naMakkpal ang suot at mukha,wala na kayong itinira pa, Para saan ang Billiones, nyo,?

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  69. Ayan nabuking na talaga ang mga pari na yan,,,,panahon pa ni rizal ganyan na ang mga ugali ng mga kastilang pari ngayon mga filipinong pari naman minana ang kasàmaang ugali na yan,,salamat sa Dios at naalis na kme sa relihiyon na yan at nakasama na kame sa bayan ng Dios,,salamat po sa Dios

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  70. Hypocrite indeed is the Roman Catholic Church and it is so sad that majority of the Filipino people belong to this church. Thanks be unto God for this kind of eye - opening, matter - of - fact blog that must be shared to everybody. Especially to the members of this church that were undoubtedly being oppressed and blinded by the priests' misleading and false doctrines.

    Looking forward for another wonderful blog, Mr. Controversy X. May God always keep and bless you po.

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  71. Salamat sa DIOS for this blog, Bro. Eli. Sana maging daan ito para mamulat ang mga natutulog at mga pusong matitigas o pinatigas na ng paniniwala sa RCC. Isa rin po ako sa naging biktima ng panloloko ng RCC, salamat sa DIOS at napakinggan at napanood ko si Bro Eli sa radio at TV. Nabago po ang buhay ko. SA DIOS ANG LAHAT NG KARANGALAN.

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  72. Panahon pa ni rizal, ganyan na yan e.

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  73. Amen!

    Isa 56:11 (KJV) - Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his gain, from his quarter.

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  74. 1 Timothy 6:10
    For the love of money is the root of all evil...

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  75. Nakakalulang pera yan, hindi mo na kayang ubusin kung kain at luho lang gang sa mamatay ka na.... Grabe ang kaganidan

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  76. Pagpapaimbabaw.
    #MoneyMakingCatholicism

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  77. multi-billion so-called "fathers" yet they act more than a beggar..

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  78. Amen!Thanks be to God!,totoong nakasulat sa biblia ang mga katulad nila, mga bulaang Iglesia!

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  79. Very Interesting blog from Mr. Controversy, its high time that Filipino Catholics must realize and analyze the truth behind the false Roman Catholic faith.

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  80. This show how hypocrites Roman Catholic church were and yet professing that they know God. Wake Up Philippines and all other nations. To God Be the Glory.

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  81. May GOD set free the people from the pernicious clutches of RCC! Open your heart and mind RCC members! Truth is just a hairline away from you.

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  82. nakakalungkot para sa mahihirap nilang miembro...

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  83. Having this fact laid in front of the face of Catholics members, we hope that this exposition of Mr.Controversy will serve as an eye opener for them. Not only Catholic members were deceived on the true doctrines of God, they are shedding money to their Billion-worth Catholic churches,and left the majority of poor members helpless.

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  84. They keep on doing this to gain more wealth while their poorest members don't even have food to eat.

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  85. Horrible facts! And yet they're still defended by apologetics and faithful blind members of their church. How sad...

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  86. This Is the first time i heard this RCC organization is the richer of them all.. Thanks for MR. CONTROVERSY FOR EXPOSING THIS TRUE FACT.. RCC merchandise their members....Tsk..tsk...

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  87. RCC is truly a cult. Thanks to Mr. ControversyX. To God be the glory!

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  88. yan ung mga asong matatakaw walang malasakit sa mga membro mila mga catholiko.hindi kagaya ng lider namin na si kapatid na eli na dios may malasakid sa membro, salamat dios naanib ako sa mga tunay na manga2ral to god be the glory...

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  89. Grabe!!! Ang lalake pala ng mga investment nila kayang kayang magpakain ng mga beggar kahit ung nasa loob lng ng quiapo church...

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  90. let us help our fellowmen to realize this things.... thanks to God for the wisdom showered to our leaders...

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  91. Salamat sa Dios sa kaalamang ito..sana basahin nyo ang blog na ito para mabuksan ang inyong mga mata sa nangyayari sa ating lipunan lalo na sa mga iglesiang buwaya.

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  92. salamat sa Dios sa informasyong ito..sana basahin ito ng mga kababayang nating Katoliko para mabuksan ang kanilang mga mata asa totoong nangyayari sa ating lipunan..

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  93. Huwag kayong gagawa ng inanyuhang kawangis ng nasa langit, nasa lupa o nasa ilalaim ng lupa. Huwag nyo silang yuyukuran
    o sambahin pagkat ako inyong dios ay mapanibughuin.......

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  94. Catholic priest are like the modern pharisee.

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  95. Kawawang mga myembro(RCC) naloloko lang ng mga lider nila.

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  96. Thanks be to God for Faithful Servants! it is clearly Injustice to their own members... i hope God open the eyes of our fellow Catholic friends..

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  97. The material wealth of the Catholic Church comes from the ground accumulating in the apex and the higher level of the Bishops is immersed and wallowing in the fats drained from the poor. The ground level priests who are the hands to extract this wealth usually retire in old age with nothing but their obscurity in a house also owned by the RCC. May this Blog of Bro Eli also open the eyes of the priests being used at the ground level.

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  98. salvation for sale hurry while supply last

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  99. Si cardinal Tagle panay and puna kay Janet Napoles, pero sila naman pinababayaan ang mga mahihirap nilang miyembro,mga natutulog sa bangketa, mga walang makain, etc..

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  100. It is not surprising that President -elect Duterte can be justified everytime he expresses his abhorrence against the Roman Catholic Church. It is very timely that this exposure should reach the President-elect's "clean-up" program for the Philippines. And the RCC should be one of them. "The Punisher" must go after them. The wolf hiding behind a sheep's skin.

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  101. For love of money church authorities will justify their wealth to the bones...RCC members wake-up...look around and analyze what you see inside and outside your church, this blog is an eye opener...think about your soul, your salvation while there is time. Looking forward to next blog. God Bless you Mr. ControversyeXtraordinary

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  102. Very true and eye opening. I hope Catholics will read this for them to know the truth hidden from them.

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  103. mga mapanamantalang paring katoliko
    mga prayleng damaso

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  104. Mat 23:27 Sa aba ninyo, mga eskriba at mga Fariseo, mga mapagpaimbabaw! sapagka't tulad kayo sa mga libingang pinaputi, na may anyong maganda sa labas, datapuwa't sa loob ay puno ng mga buto ng mga patay na tao, at ng lahat na karumaldumal.

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  105. This is the sad truth about catolism that others might not know until now. Thank be to God for mr controversy revealing the truth!

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