Monday, December 19, 2011

Pharisaic 'Christmas'

Pictured is Bishop Oscar Cantu, of the Opus Pharisaei line of succession [he was consecrated by Opus 'Dei' Bishop José Horacio Gómez who we documented also lighting a menorah with Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg HERE]. Rabbi Scheinberg expects this kind of slavish 'Noahidism' from his 'Christian' subordinates. Rabbi Scheinberg is 'Noahide' fanatic, John Hagee's handler.

We recently looked at the Pharisaic musings of the Opus 'Dei' prelate, Msgr. Fernando Ocáriz, who SSPX Superior Bp. Fellay's representatives have been 'dialoging' with for the past two years on the Vatican II documents HERE. In a news article published on the SSPX website it is reported that the rabbi-concocted Vatican II document, Nostra Aetate, was not even on the table in the two years of this 'dialogue.'

Bp. Fellay seems to favor a 'personal prelature,' the kind of arrangement Opus 'Dei' has.
Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg (center, with beard) and Bishop Oscar Cantu (left) light a menorah Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 at the San Fernando Hall during a Catholic and Jewish celibration of Hanukkah.

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/religion/article/Catholics-Jews-bond-over-Hanukkah-lighting-2406054.php

From the San Fernando Cathedral bulletin:


SAN FERNANDO CATHEDRAL SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS JUNE 13, 2010

“Everyone is welcome to attend the Mass on Saturday, June 26 at 10:00 am, honoring St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei."

The Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Oscar Cantú and concelebrated by Very Rev. Eduardo Castillo.

Following a profound spiritual retreat, Fr. Josemaría Escrivá founded Opus Dei in Madrid on 2 October 1928, opening a new way for the faithful to sanctify themselves in the midst of the world through their work and fulfillment of their personal, family and social duties. Fr. Josemaría Es- crivá de Balaguer helped numerous people discern vocations to the priesthood and religious life, both active and contemplative. In 1943, he founded the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, an association inseparably united to Opus Dei, to which belong thousands of diocesan priests around the world.

Pope John Paul II proclaimed Josemaría Escrivá a saint on October 6, 2002. He told those present at the canonization, “ the founder of Opus Dei, Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, was chosen by the Lord to proclaim the universal call to holiness and to indicate that everyday life, its customary activities, are a path towards holiness. ... in the case of Opus Dei, to spread through every sector of society a deep awareness of the universal call to sanctity and apostolate, and more specifically of the sanctifying value of ordinary work.”

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