Pope Abolishes Limbo-Hell Next, Entry Fee Levied For Heaven
Limbo, is a place for "holy people", according to Bene and the Roman Catholics; it is a place for babies who die before they can be baptised as well as the place for Abraham, the Old Testament prophet who lived and died before the Christ, who Chrisitans believe came to redeem the world.
There was a time when it was believed a soul went to limbo for a period of 60 to 90 days maybe more perhaps less, but eventually it was released to go to either Heaven or Hell.
Benedict XVI's decree means those people whose souls are in limbo will remain there for eternity. They will not go to Hell. They will not go to Heaven. They'll just be hangin' out in limbo. They will not pass go. They will not collect $200.
"If Heaven were a place that money could buy ...." We believe it's just a matter of time before entry into Heaven will require lots of cash money, and a mention of who you know.
The Pope utilized the findings of a report from the International Theological Commission, a body of Vatican-appointed theologians who advise the pope and the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to reach his conclusion about limbo. Benedict headed the Congregation for two decades before becoming pope in 2005.
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