St. Paul the Apostle
Catholic Church


Archived Guestbook Entries From the Old Website


Name : Lily Wannamaker

Comment :

I quite found this site while admiring Tintagel,a friend brought me a small bit of stone from there, as I collect stones from around the world.Since having the stone I've met many asking if I had checked it out. Well here I am, a Canadian so profound by another great faith some how makes today a bit easier to accept,mind we can never give up on our daily prayers, no matter how we address our Lord and Saviour.Hopefully one day I to will be able to see your lovely parish for myself. Take care and God richly bless your dilagent work for His glory. Lily

Date : 12/01/2010 17:35:49

Name :  Anne Warren

Comment :

Hello to all my friends at St Paul's and others in Tintagel! Perusing your website makes me feel homesick.

Father Bryan you are just incredible, the way you travel the world spreading the Word and giving such comfort to so many. I feel honoured/blessed to have worked so closely with you for a comparitively short time. Special prayers for you now that your body is failing you, causing discomfort.

Your website is probably the most interesting and so obviously from a very close knit community.

Date :  07/08/2007 03:56:08

 

Name : Myke Rosenthal-English

Homepage : beehive.thisiscornwall.co.uk/miscarriagememorialbook

Comment :

Previous guestbook entries deleted by mistake (in blue):

Email : famiyeh@mwt.net
Name : Joseph V. Simon
Homepage :

http://web.archive.org/web/20020717031307/http://www.mwt.net/~stmarys


Comment : In paragraph 1036, the 1992 "Catechism of the Catholic Church" infallibly defines the doctrine that the damned are many and the saved are few - even among Catholics. It does so by quoting Matthew 7:13-14. In Matthew 7:13-14 Christ is clearly saying that few Catholics are saved, since he is clearly speaking to those who hear and know him. The doctrine that few Catholics are saved, only involves those who have reached the age of reason, and can choose between good and evil. All who die as baptized infants are saved. A catechism is a summary of doctrine. The "Catechism of the Catholic Church" is a universal catechism, imposed on the Universal Church, by Pope John Paul 11. A Pope cannot impose errant doctrine on the Universal Church. Therefore, the doctrine that few Catholics are saved, is infallible. The Saints always taught that few Catholics are saved, therefore, people made greater efforts to save their souls. As a result, many souls were saved. The Saints always pointed out that Matthew 7:13-14 teaches that few Catholics are saved. I believe that it is time for us to follow the example of the Saints, and to defend the doctrine that the damned are many and the saved are few - even among Catholics.

Date : 14 Jan 2002 04:00

Name : Fred
Comment : Please pray for the conversion of Russia. It will save souls from being damned and bring peace.

Date : 14 Jan 2002 03:33


Email : frpeterwebb@priest.com
Name : Peter Webb
Homepage :

http://web.archive.org/web/20020717031307/http://www.rc.net/uk/plymouth/stmarys

Comment : Congratulations to one of the smallest parishes in the dioces from the largest. How interesting that we both have websites. I think there are only about four parish websites in the diocese to date, and all very different. Keep it up. A blessing from the East of the diocese.

Date : 19 Oct 2001 22:30

Email : trengrouse@hotmail.com
Name : Lee Mullen
Homepage :

http://web.archive.org/web/20020717031307/http://www.kernxotica.co.uk/


Comment : Thank you Myke for your comments on my guestbook on Kernxotica. Glad you like my site despite you not being into gardening. Thanks also for the link too. In Yeshua Ha'Mashiach (hebrew-Jesus Christ)

Date : 6 Sep 2001 19:17


Email : bryan_s@onetel.net.uk
Name : Father Bryan Storey
Homepage :

http://web.archive.org/web/20020717031307/http://www.amazinglove.org.uk/


Comment : Very good indeed despite spelling!

Date : 4 Jul 2001 20:38


Email : miriam@rosenthalenglish.worldonline.co.uk
Name : Miriam Rosenthal-English
Homepage :

sites.netscape.net/RosenthalEnglish


Comment : Congratulations on the excellent website for our church.Danke!

Date : 3 Jul 2001 20:04

Email : Myke@rosenthalenglish.worldonline.co.uk
Name : Myke Rosenthal-English
Homepage : beehive.thisiscornwall.co.uk/tintagelcatholic/

 

Comment : Please help us to make this an interesting and missionary site to those who visit by giving us the news and events going on in our parish.Without the whole parish pulling together on this project and much prayer we will not get the gospel message out to those who surf our site!Thanks to all who have helped us set this site up.Special thanks to my wife,Miriam who allows me the time to update it frequently!

Date : 3 Jul 2001 20:00

Date deleted comments re-inserted: 17/12/2006 16:52:05


Name : Myke & Miriam Rosenthal-English

Homepage : beehive.thisiscornwall.co.uk/miscarriagememorialbook

Comment :

Gruß Gott aus Deutschland!

Alles gut.

Myke,Miriam,Miriam Heidemarie,Gisela Maria,Andreas Franziskus,Michaela Anna Elisabeth & Maximilian Johann(Claudia Sabine ist OK)


Date : 06/08/2006 17:43:49

Name : patrick dell

Comment :  I am 70 and need your prayers to overcome my sickness and to spiritually achieve what I am praying for _(all good things).

Thank you
Em

Date : 13/03/2006 11:32:16

Name : gary aldwell

Comment :

hello father bryan ,i spoke to lee sharpe early 2005, hope you are well , i am still blessed with the grace of sobriety over nine years a day at a time hoping to return to the u.k. working in ahotel in nenagh co. tipperary , hope lee is well god bless gary

Date : 11/01/2006 14:29:32






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