The Spirit of Assisi is not the Holy Spirit

Seeking Peace in all the Wrong Ways:
Interreligious Hug Fest in Assisi

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And so it happened again: For the fifth time since 1986, the “great religions of the world” descended upon Assisi, Italy, gathering from Sep. 18-20, 2016, at the basilica of St. Francis and the surrounding area in order to come together and deliver endless Naturalistic platitudes about luv, encounter, dialogue, mutual respect, and human dignity — nothing you wouldn’t also find on a Hallmark card –, all as supposed “keys” to peace. Oh, and prayer of course. Not orthodox prayer to the only true God, mind you, but just any sort of lifting of the soul to someone or something one considers to be divine, each in accordance with his own beliefs, preferences, and ideas.

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The gospel of man, continued…

“Man at the Center”:
September 2016 “Pope Video” Fails to Surprise

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Screenshot from September 2016 “Pope Video”

It’s time again for the monthly Bergoglian prayer intention video that the Novus Ordo Sect markets as “The Pope Video”.

After August’s attempt to obtain world peace through contention in sports (which we covered here), the September 2016 intention is: “That each may contribute to the common good and to the building of a society that places the human person at the center” (source).

The video, which is only 1:22 in length, can be viewed here:

Not surprisingly, Francis once again promotes the false gospel of man, as he has been doing for decades.

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“Saint” Teresa of Calcutta…

The “Canonization” of the Apostate Mother Teresa — Another Impossibility for a True Pope

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Mother Teresa worshipping Buddha — DETAILS HERE

Today (Sep. 4, 2016) was the big day: “Pope” Francis declared the Albanian nun Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhiu (1910-97), commonly known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta, a “saint”. Not that we needed any more proof, but this is yet another definitive piece of evidence that Jorge Bergoglio’s claim to being the Pope of the Catholic Church is false. He is not in fact a valid Pope, and this proves it because canonizations of saints are infallible acts, and it is not possible that Mother Teresa, who was a public apostate, could be a saint in the Catholic Church. 

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The “god of surprises” is back…

Francis declares new Work of Mercy:
The Care of Creation!

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“Surprise!”

This sounds like a headline straight from the satirical Eye of the Tiber, but it’s not: “Pope” Francis has just declared there to be an eighth work of mercy, the care of creation. In case you’re wondering whether this would qualify as a spiritual or a corporal work of mercy, Francis has the answer that will make everyone happy: Naturally, it is both!

Today, September 1, is the Francis-instituted “World Day of Prayer for Creation”. In his “pontifical” message for the occasion, the Argentinian apostate had a lot to say, as always.

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Watch out! “Parishes of the New Type” are coming!

German Journalist: Shortage of Priests is Intentional to make way for  “Participatory Churches”

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German author and journalist Alexander Kissler (pictured above) has published an article on the catastrophic state of the Novus Ordo Sect in his country, with the provocative title: “The Shortage of Priests is Intentional”. A brief synopsis reads: “The number of new priests is declining constantly. Behind this decline lies a strategy. Priests are an obstacle to the new type of church that many diocesan leaders want.”

Kissler’s article was published in Cicero, a magazine for culture and politics based in Berlin, on August 18, 2016. 

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“Cardinal” Ratzinger Disparages Infant Baptism, Questions Catholic Dogma

In his interview book God and the World, “Cardinal” Joseph Ratzinger says the following:

The question of what it means to say that baptism is necessary for salvation has become ever more hotly debated in modern times. The Second Vatican Council said on this point that men who are seeking for God and who are inwardly striving toward that which constitutes baptism will also receive salvation. That is to say that a seeking after God already represents an inward participation in baptism, in the Church, in Christ.

To that extent, the question concerning the necessity of baptism for salvation seems to have been answered, but the question about children who could not be baptized because they were aborted then presses upon us that much more urgently.

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“Cardinal” Ratzinger Denies Catholic Teaching on Original Sin:

For Ratzinger, Original Sin is not a Deprivation of Sanctifying Grace in Human Souls Transmitted by Natural Generation but a Damage in Human Relationships Encountered by Every Human Being

In a Lenten sermon given in 1981 in the cathedral of Munich, Germany, “Cardinal” Joseph Ratzinger said the following:

“In the Genesis story that we are considering, still a further characteristic of sin is described. Sin is not spoken of in general as an abstract possibility but as a deed, as the sin of a particular person, Adam, who stands at the origin of humankind and with whom the history of sin begins.

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Seeking peace in all the wrong ways…

Tear down this Wall! —
August “Pope Video” seeks Peace through Sports

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Actual screenshot from August 2016 “Pope Video”

It’s time again for the monthly Bergoglian prayer intention video that the Novus Ordo Sect markets as “The Pope Video”.

After July’s intention for the rights of indigenous peoples (except the indigenous of Europe, of course), the August 2016 intention is: “That sports may be an opportunity for friendly encounters between peoples and may contribute to peace in the world” (source).

The video, which is only 1:29 in length, can be viewed here:

Perhaps Francis hasn’t noticed yet, but because of fallen human nature, unassisted by divine grace, being what it is, sports in particular can lead to great conflict, contention, disagreement, and even mortal violence.

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Sillonism warmed over…

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Francis to Youth:
“You Believe in a New Humanity”!

 

Thank heavens, World Youth Day 2016 is over. And thankfully, the dreaded in-flight press conference on Francis’ trip back to Rome was not nearly as bad as expected, although this merely testifies to how horrible the expectations are at this point. When asked about why he always speaks about violence and terrorism in general and never specifically identifies it as Islamic, the Jesuit apostate had this to say: “…There are violent Catholics! If I speak of Islamic violence, I must speak of Catholic violence . . . and no, not all Muslims are violent, not all Catholics are violent.

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Respect everyone’s traditions, except Catholics’!

In latest “Pope Video”, Francis calls for respecting Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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Actual screenshot from July 2016 “Pope Video” (0:49 mark)

It’s that time of the month again: the latest “Pope video” is out!

For the month of July, Francis the Naturalist’s intention is “That indigenous peoples, whose identity and very existence are threatened, will be shown due respect” (source).

The video, which is only 1:30 in length, can be viewed here:

Although so far, no subsequent video has yet outdone the first one in January, in which Francis put false religions on a level with the true religion and made the blasphemous and heretical claim that we have no certainty in religious matters (thus negating all Faith) except that we are all God’s children (contradicted by Gal 3:26), this new one for July once again showcases Francis’ Naturalist obsession with man and temporal things, which to him are ends in themselves.
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Voodoo You Trust?
John Paul II’s Betrayal in Benin

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by John Kenneth Weiskittel

 

“You have a strong attachment to the traditions handed on by your ancestors.
It is legitimate to be grateful to your forbears who passed on this sense of the sacred,
belief in a single God who is good, a sense of celebration, esteem for the moral life and for harmony in society.”

—John Paul II (to voodoo representatives of Benin on 4 February 1993 at Cotonou)


PRELIMINARY NOTE TO THE READER:

The following study deals with very disturbing subject matter, and reader discretion is advised, both as to text and accompanying pictures. 

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December 7, 1965

Paul VI’s Closing Speech at Fourth General Assembly of the Second Vatican Council

“It was the final session of the Council, the most essential, in which the Pope [Paul VI] was to bestow upon all humanity the teachings of the Council. He announced this to me on that day with these words, ‘I am about to blow the seven trumpets of the Apocalypse.’”

—Jean Guitton, ‘Nel Segno dei Dodici,’ interview with Maurizio Blondet, Avvenire, October 11, 1992; qtd. in Atila Sinke Guimarães, Animus Delendi I (Los Angeles, CA: Tradition in Action, 2000), p. 57

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Today we are concluding the Second Vatican Council.

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Exclusive Internet Reprint

WOJTYLA GETS A THIRD EYE:
John Paul II’s Pilgrimage to India

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by John Kenneth Weiskittel

This article originally appeared in Catholic Restoration and Sacerdotium magazines in the early 1990s. It has been scanned and automatically converted into text. Therefore, the original formatting has been lost, the illustrations and pictures have been deleted, and words that originally appear in italics are reproduced in regular print. Footnotes will be found at the end of the document. This essay is being reproduced with the express permission of the author and publisher.

In the years since the Second Vatican Council, a common practice among the more traditionally-minded members of the Conciliar Church is to show their support for some aspect of Catholic life (e.g., the Latin Mass, fulfillment of the “conversion of Russia” request of Our Lady at Fatima) or their disapproval of some “abuse” sanctioned in their diocese (e.g., “altar girls,” impure sex education classes in the local parochial school) by submitting petitions to Rome.

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Happy Earth Day to youuuu…

Your Religion?

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“It Doesn’t Matter!”
Just “Work Together”!

Okay, everyone, it’s time to get your surprise face ready: For anyone who was still in doubt about what Francis’ central message to the world from the last 3+ years has been, he has now repeated it in plain English — well, Italian actually — in case his words and actions so far have not been clear enough: It doesn’t matter what religion you are.

Speaking off the cuff to a group of youngsters at Rome’s Villa Borghese park on April 24 to commemorate so-called “Earth Day”, the Argentinian papal pretender said the following:

…Look, these are the things that come to my mind.

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Ecumenism & Interreligious Dialogue:

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Indifferentism and Syncretism Repackaged

 

At the heart of the Novus Ordo Church there is Ecumenism, a collection of heretical, erroneous, and impious beliefs and practices that — officially — aims to bring about “unity” among all those who claim the name of “Christian.” In similar fashion, the practice of Interreligious Dialogue aims to foster good relations with Jews, Mohammedans, and Pagans of every kind.

Lip service to the contrary notwithstanding, both ecumenism and interreligious dialogue deny the uniqueness of the Catholic Church as the only true Church established by God, the necessity of belonging to the Church for salvation, the dogma of the unity of the Church in faith and government, and many other Catholic doctrines, whether implicitly or explicitly.

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