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The Facts About “Pope John Paul II” – Karol Wojtyla

What You Need To Know About the Man who Claimed to be the Pope from 1978-2005

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“John Paul II”

General Information

 

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A Saint He Ain’t:
“Pope” John Paul II kissing the Muslim Koran on May 14, 1999

 

Special Features

 

Free Book for Download (PDF):
Karol Wojtyla Beatified?… Never!
by Fr. Luigi Villa

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also available in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and French (click here)
See Also: Chiesa Viva Special Edition on Karol Wojtyla (Italian / PDF)

 

Video:
John Paul II and the Mark of Shiva
with a response to Jimmy Akin of Catholic Answers

 

Article:
Wojtyla Gets a Third Eye –
John Paul II’s Pilgrimage to India (1986)

by John K. Weiskittel

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John Paul II receives the Mark of Hindu Goddess Shiva

 

Video:
World Day of Prayer for Peace in Assisi (1986)

 

Article:
Voodoo You Trust? John Paul II’s Betrayal
of the Faith in Benin (1993)

by John K. Weiskittel

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Article:
The Canonization of John Paul II:
A Catholic Perspective

by Athanasius

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Radio Broadcast:
“The Canonization of Vatican II”
Listen on demand at any time

 

More Videos from the Reign of “Saint” John Paul II

John Porn II: Wojtyla’s Love for Immodesty & Nudity
(CAUTION! Links below contain nudity)

John Paul II & the Assisi Interfaith Abominations

John Paul II’s Modernist Philosophy & Theology

Book Series by Fr. Johannes Dormann exposing the Modernist Theology of Karol Wojtyla:

 

Catholic Reality Check against John Paul II

Against John Paul II’s Ecumenism:

Against Various Errors promoted by John Paul II:

  • “Everyone should avoid familiarity or friendship with anyone suspected of belonging to Masonry or to affiliated groups. Know them by their fruits and avoid them. Every familiarity should be avoided, not only with those impious libertines who openly promote the character of the sect, but also with those who hide under the mask of universal tolerance, respect for all religions, and the craving to reconcile the maxims of the Gospel with those of the revolution. These men seek to reconcile Christ and Belial, the Church of God and the state without God.”
    —Pope Leo XIII, Encyclical Custodi di Quella Fede, n. 15, 1892
  • “It is impious to say, ‘I respect every religion.’ This is as much as to say: I respect the devil as much as God, vice as much as virtue, falsehood as much as truth, dishonesty as much as honesty, Hell as much as Heaven.”
    Fr. Michael MüllerThe Church and Her Enemies (source here)
  • “Even on the plea of promoting unity it is not allowed to dissemble one single dogma; for, as the Patriarch of Alexandria warns us, ‘although the desire of peace is a noble and excellent thing, yet we must not for its sake neglect the virtue of loyalty in Christ.’ Consequently, the much desired return of erring sons to true and genuine unity in Christ will not be furthered by exclusive concentration on those doctrines which all, or most, communities glorying in the Christian name accept in common. The only successful method will be that which bases harmony and agreement among Christ’s faithful ones upon all the truths, and the whole of the truths, which God has revealed.”
    —Pope Pius XIIEncyclical Orientalis Ecclesiae, n. 16, 1944
  • “…[I]t is not allowable for anyone to produce another faith, that is, to write or to compose or to consider or to teach others; those who dare to compose another faith, or to support or to teach or to hand on another creed to those who wish to turn to knowledge of the truth, whether from Hellenism or Judaism or indeed from any heresy whatsoever, or to introduce novelty of speech, that is, invention of terms, so as to overturn what has now been defined by us, such persons, if they are bishops or clerics, are deprived of their episcopacy or clerical rank, and if they are monks or layfolk they are excommunicated.”
    —Pope St. Leo IIThird Council of Constantinople, 681
  • “We ought to remember that Catholics are, far more than the Jews were, the chosen people of God….”
    —Fr. Richard F. Clarke, “The Ministry of Jesus: Short Meditations on the Public Life of Our Lord”, in Beautiful Pearls of Catholic Truth, p. 542)
  • “Trusting in God and relying on His ever present help, [St. Benedict] went south and arrived at a fort ‘called Cassino situated on the side of a high mountain…; on this stood an old temple where Apollo was worshipped by the foolish country people, according to the custom of the ancient heathens. Around it likewise grew groves, in which even till that time the mad multitude of infidels used to offer their idolatrous sacrifices. The man of God coming to that place broke the idol, overthrew the altar, burned the groves, and of the temple of Apollo made a chapel of St. Martin. Where the profane altar had stood he built a chapel of St. John; and by continual preaching he converted many of the people thereabout’.”
    —Pope Pius XIIEncyclical Fulgens Radiatur, n. 11, 1947; showing the anti-ecumenical nature of Roman Catholicism and that the true path to the conversion and salvation of people is not to respect their false religions but to lead them out of them into the True Faith
  • “…diabolical error, when it has artfully colored its lies, easily clothes itself in the likeness of truth while very brief additions or changes corrupt the meaning of expressions; and confession, which usually works salvation, sometimes, with a slight change, inches toward death.”
    —Pope Clement XIIIEncyclical In Dominico Agro, n. 2, 1761
  • “Let no Christian therefore, whether philosopher or theologian, embrace eagerly and lightly whatever novelty happens to be thought up from day to day, but rather let him weigh it with painstaking care and a balanced judgment, lest he lose or corrupt the truth he already has, with grave danger and damage to his faith.”
    —Pope Pius XIIEncyclical Humani Generis, n. 30, 1950
  • “It is impossible to approve in Catholic publications a style inspired by unsound novelty which seems to deride the piety of the faithful and dwells on the introduction of a new order of Christian life, on new directions of the Church, on new aspirations of the modern soul, on a new social vocation of the clergy, on a new Christian civilization, and many other things of the same kind.”
    —Pope Leo XIII, Instruction to the Sacred Congregation of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs, 1902; quoted by Pope St. Pius X in Pascendi Dominici Gregis, n. 55, 1907
  • “…the great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer. […] Indeed, the true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries, nor innovators: they are traditionalists.”
    —Pope St. Pius X, Apostolic Letter Notre Charge Apostolique, 1910

 

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The photo on the left was allegedly taken at Beskid Zywiecki in Poland when John Paul II died on April 2, 2005. Novus Ordo adherents, no longer believing in the fires of hell, have hailed it as an “apparition” of their beloved John Paul II, apparently forgetting that someone appearing as being consumed by a fire is a sign of damnation more than anything else.

 

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