Heresy: Pope Francis continues to push masonic 'supermarket of religions' as God's will
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
Pope Francis attended the masonic and internationalist-socialist Seventh Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in Nur-Sultan (Astana), Kazakhstan. Lowering himself on equal standing with Jews, Saracens, and Pagans, much like his conciliar predecessors at Assisi, he doubles down on the masonic heresy of indifferentism and ecumenism from the Second Vatican Council that asserts God wills a 'supermarket of religions.'
To be clear on Catholic truth, God permits error, He does not will it.
Point 10 of the Seventh Congress' published declaration claimed:
“We note that pluralism in terms of differences in skin color, gender, race, language and culture are expressions of the wisdom of God in creation. Religious diversity is permitted by God and, therefore, any coercion to a particular religion and religious doctrine is unacceptable.”
The congress declaration cites and builds on the themes drafted in the Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together, signed by Pope Francis and a Muslim sheik in Abu Dhabi in February 2019, which heretically asserted: “The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings."
Pope Paul VI, promulgated Lumen gentium, the dogmatic constitution on the Church, in 1964, in which he reinforced the ecumenism of Vatican II, writing “the plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator. In the first place amongst these there are the Muslims, who, professing to hold the faith of Abraham, along with us adore the one and merciful God, who on the last day will judge mankind.”
Unitatis Redintegratio, the decree on masonic ecumenism from Vatican II:
Unitatis Redintegratio # 1:
"Yet almost all, though in different ways, long for the one visible Church of God, that truly universal Church whose mission is to convert the whole world to the gospel, so that the world may be saved, to the glory of God."
Unitatis redintegratio (# 4):
"Nevertheless, the divisions among Christians prevent the Church from realizing in practice the fullness of Catholicity proper to her, in those of her sons and daughters who, though attached to her by baptism, are yet separated from full communion with her. Furthermore, the Church herself finds it more difficult to express in actual life her full Catholicity in all its bearings."
Unitatis redintegratio # 3:
"Moreover some, and even most, of the significant elements and endowments which together go to build up and give life to the Church itself, can exist outside the visible boundaries of the Catholic Church: the written word of God; the life of grace; faith, hope and charity, with the other interior gifts of the Holy Spirit, and visible elements too."
Unitatis redintegratio (# 3):
"It follows that these separated churches and communities as such, though we believe them to be deficient in some respects, have by no means been deprived of significance and importance in the mystery of salvation. For the Spirit of Christ has not refrained from using them as means of salvation whose efficacy comes from that fullness of grace and truth which has been entrusted to the Catholic Church."
Unitatis redintegratio # 4:
"On the other hand, Catholics must gladly acknowledge and esteem the truly Christian endowments which derive from our common heritage and which are to be found among our separated brothers and sisters. It is right and salutary to recognize the riches of Christ and the virtuous deeds in the lives of others who bear witness to Christ, even at times to the shedding of their blood."
Unitatis redintegratio (#'s 13-15):
"We now turn our attention to the two chief types of division as they affect the seamless robe of Christ. The first division occurred in the east, when the dogmatic formulas of the councils of Ephesus and Chalcedon were challenged, and later when ecclesiastical communion between the eastern patriarchates and the Roman See was dissolved... Everyone knows with what great love the Christians of the east celebrate the sacred liturgy... Hence, through the celebration of the Holy Eucharist in each of these Churches, the Church of God is built up and grows, and through concelebration their communion with one another is made manifest."
Unitatis redintegratio # 3:
"But is subsequent centuries much more extensive dissensions made their appearance and large communities came to be separated from the full communion of the Catholic Church - for which, often enough, both sides were to blame. Those who are now born into these communities and who are brought up in the faith of Christ cannot be accused of the sin involved in the separation, and the Catholic Church looks upon them as sisters and brothers, with respect and love."
Unitatis redintegratio # 14:
"For many centuries the Churches of the east and the west followed their separate ways though linked in a union of faith and sacramental life; the Roman See by common consent acted as guide when disagreements arose between them over matters of faith and discipline."
Unitatis redintegratio # 9:
"We must get to know the outlook of our separated fellow Christians... Most valuable for this purpose are meetings of the two sides - especially for discussion of theological problems - where each side can treat with the other on an equal footing, provided that those who take part in them under the guidance of their authorities are truly competent."
Lumen Gentium - Constitution on the Church
Lumen Gentium # 16:
"Nor does divine providence deny the helps that are necessary for salvation to those who, through no fault of their own, have not yet attained to the express recognition of God yet who strive, not without divine grace, to lead an upright life."
Lumen Gentium # 15:
"For several reasons the Church recognizes that it is joined to those who, though baptized and so honoured with the Christian name, do not profess the faith in its entirety or do not preserve communion under the successor of St. Peter."
Lumen Gentium # 15, speaking of non-Catholics:
"For there are many who hold the sacred scripture in honour as the norm for believing and living, displaying a sincere religious zeal... They are marked baptism... and indeed there are other sacraments that they recognize and accept in their own Churches or ecclesiastical communities."
Dignitatis Humanae - Declaration on Religious Liberty
Dignitatis humanae # 2:
"This Vatican synod declares that the human person has a right to religious freedom. Such freedom consists in this, that all should have such immunity from coercion by individuals, or by groups, or by any human power, that no one should be forced to act against his conscience in religious matters, nor prevented from acting according to his conscience, whether in private or in public, within due limits."
Dignitatis humanae # 2:
"Therefore this right to non-interference persists even in those who do not carry out their obligations of seeking the truth and standing by it; and the exercise of this right should not be curtailed, as long as due public order is preserved."
Dignitatis humanae # 3:
"So the state, whose proper purpose it is to provide for the temporal common good, should certainly recognize and promote the religious life of its citizens. With equal certainty it exceeds the limits of its authority, if it takes upon itself to direct or to prevent religious activity."
Dignitatis Humanae # 4:
"In addition, religious communities are entitled to teach and give witness to their faith publicly in speech and writing without hindrance."
Nostra Aetate - Decree on Non-Christian Religions
Nostra aetate # 3:
"The Church also looks upon Muslims with respect. They worship the one God living and subsistent, merciful and mighty, creator of heaven and earth, who has spoken to humanity and to whose decrees, even the hidden ones, they seek to submit themselves whole-heartedly, just as Abraham, to whom the Islamic faith readily relates itself, submitted to God... Hence they have regard for the moral life and worship God in prayer, almsgiving and fasting."
Nostra aetate # 4:
"Since, therefore, the spiritual heritage common to Christians and Jews is so great, this synod wishes to promote and recommend that mutual knowledge and esteem which is required especially from biblical and theological studies and from friendly dialogues."
Nostra aetate # 4:
"As holy scripture is witness, Jerusalem did not know the time of its visitation, and for the most part the Jews did not accept the Gospel, indeed many of them opposed its dissemination. Nevertheless, according to the apostle, because of their ancestors the Jews still remain very dear to God, whose gift and call are without regret."
Nostra aetate # 2:
"In Buddhism, according to its various forms, the radical inadequacy of this changeable world is acknowledged and a way is taught whereby those with a devout and trustful spirit may be able to reach either a state of perfect freedom or, relying on their own efforts or on help from a higher source, the highest illumination."
Nostra aetate # 2:"Thus in Hinduism the divine mystery is explored and propounded with an inexhaustible wealth of myths and penetrating philosophical investigations, and liberation is sought from the distresses of our state either through various forms of ascetical life or deep meditation or taking refuge in God with loving confidence."
Gaudium et Spes - Constitution on the Church in the Modern World
Gaudium et Spes # 22:
"For by His incarnation the Son of God united Himself in some way with every human being. He labored with human hands, thought with a human mind, acted with a human will, and loved with a human heart."
Gaudium et spes # 58:
"At the same time the Church, which has been sent to all peoples of whatever age or region, is not connected exclusively and inseparably to any race or nation, to any particular pattern of human behavior, or to any ancient or recent customs."
Gaudium et spes # 91:
"In view of the enormous diversities of conditions and human cultures in the world, what is proposed here is in many sections deliberately general in tone; in fact, although it expresses the received doctrine of the Church, yet, dealing as it often does with matters in a constant state of evolution, it must be pursued and expounded further."
View commentary on all principal errors of the Second Vatican Council, here.
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