Netizens Find It Absurd When Church Puts A Minimum Donation Fee Of P100 For Mass Intentions

We all realize that the Philippines is gladly the main Christian country in Asia. With 86% of its populace having a place with the Roman Catholic Church, 6% have a place with various nationalized Christian gatherings and another 2% of the entire populace having a place with in excess of 100 Protestant categories, it is protected to state that the Philippines primarily put stock in the Lord.

In any case, these numbers are gradually lessening as a few Churches and religious pioneers demonstrate some sign that they are soon after cash.

Church versus State: As governmental issues became dirtier and dirtier, more ministers are beginning to utilize the place of the Lord to express their considerations about legislative issues. The division of State and Church is difficult to find.

For a Catholic person to be going to church with his mindset in praising the Lord, it gets annoying when priests start talking about money and politics. This is why when people see acts of the church that is not in line with the teachings of God, they complain.

The minimum donation for prayers

During the old days, you just approach a priest and he will gladly pray for you or for someone who needs it. As time went by, donations for prayers became the trend. A netizen got the shock of his life when he found a note on the Church office’s transaction window that to be able to offer an intention mass, the donation should be P100 or more.

This angered the netizens because, as his caption said, what if you don’t have a hundred pesos? Does this mean your prayers won’t be said?

Some even jokingly said that if you give P500 then your prayers will go straight to Gabriel in heaven.

It seems that the majority of the netizens agree with Mark Fernandez when he posted this photo, he said he believes in God, but in the Church? Not so much.

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