Friday, August 15, 2014

If you're of a minority group that 'The Jews' hate, Pope Francis hates you too

Vatican City, 24 October 2013 (VIS) – This morning Pope Francis received a delegation from the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, an international Jewish organisation for the defence of human rights, and praised its work in fighting “every form of racism, intolerance and anti-Semitism, preserving the memory of the Shoah and promoting mutual understanding through education and social action” …

[Pope Francis said] “I have repeated many times, in recent weeks, the Church's condemnation of any form of anti-Semitism. Today I would like to underline that the problem of intolerance must be faced in its entirety: when any minority is persecuted and marginalised on account of its religious beliefs or ethnic origin, the good of society as a whole is placed in danger, and we must all consider ourselves affected …

http://www.news.va/en/news/to-the-simon-wiesenthal-centre-face-the-problem-of

Blah, blah, blah

This is Wiesenthal Center policy of intolerance for one of the smallest religious minorities in the world today, traditional Catholics:

"The differences between accepted Church teaching and this group of Latin-speaking extremists are not subject to reconciliation.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Wiesenthal Center press release, January 23, 2009)

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4441467&ct=6644159

"There still is resistance to the new teachings in some traditional Catholic circles, still much work to be done to erase old ideas." (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, "The Catholic Church and the Jews," Cross-Currents, July 3, 2009)

http://www.cross-currents.com/archives/2009/07/03/the-catholic-church-and-the-jews/

That is the context for understanding "the Pope Francis effect."

Also see:

L.A. Times Publishes Rabbi Adlerstein's Regurgitation of Counterfeit Papal 'Prayer'

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein Rouses Talmud Apologists

Who is Pope Francis to Judge? The Pharisees' front man, that's who

Worse than useless

The parable of the 'humble' man who cried, "Stop fighting!"

Why Does Pope Francis Promote the Hasidic Painting, "The White Crucifixion"?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://traditioninaction.org/Questions/B726_Zionism.html

You Must Talk against Zionism

Dear TIA,

You are amply covering the present pontificate of Francis via the printed word e.g."Moral Profile of the Typical Progressivist Prelate," or via images.

Regrettably, not a word has been said about his kowtowing to Judaic masters (here) and Zionism (here). It is most likely that he is a crypto-Zionist, crypto, because in his case it would be startling (at least to some) if he were openly so. Isn't the Zionism of today the mere descendant of the Synagogue of Satan which Our Lord and God exposed?

Francis erected a Shrine (an idol) to the "Holocaust" within the very precincts of the Cathedral in Buenos Aires. Why would any true Catholic prelate do such a thing? How can this be on par with Catholic imagery and statuary placed in our sacred places? The Cathedral in Buenos Aires, arguably more than any cathedral elsewhere, is not infrequently used by the heirs of those who shouted for the release of Barrabas and for the crucifixion of The Savior.

To me, a mere layman, it seems that we are experiencing the Universal Reign of the Synagogue of Satan and it's complete rout of the Catholic Papacy.

Truly yours,

J.M.

JMR said...

I cannot believe that in my life tim heresy has become "accepted Catholic teaching". I could not believe that I a simple pre- Vatican II Catholic, catechised in England by the Penny Catechism without any knowledge of Theology or Philosophy, had to write a letter defending the doctrine of EENS to so-called traditional priests one of whom is thirteen years older than I am and should know better.
The books I used to defend the doctrine were "Liberalism is a Sin" by Dom Felix Sarda and Salvany and "The Church of the Parables and Spouse of the Suffering Saviour" By Josef Prachensky. S.J. These books were written over a hundred years ago, and were written to combat the idea that Protestants could be saved.I don't think that in their wildest nightmares the authors imagined that a Catholic would have to use their arguments against the belief that jews, muslims and pagans (even though only rarely!)could be saved.
I agree J.M that the Church has been taken over and I have some sympathies with the sedevacantist position even though I am too uneducated to understand their arguments. But the sedevacantists sects I have researched on the internet are not Catholic either. Their mutual hatred, pride, puritanism and promotion of the teachings of apparitions instead of those of the Church, repulse me. They appear to have more in common with the Jansenist heresy than traditional Catholicism.
I am always amused when the members of these sects emphasise the minuteness of the number that will be saved,fully confident that they will be among that number! Although, Our Lord did say that the path to salvation was narrow, He also said that His Father's House had many mansions, so salvation cannot be nigh on impossible as the sects make out. I think it would be unimaginably cruel of Our Lord to urge us to do penance, be humble,charitable and compassionate,struggle to overcome our faults and love Him with all our hearts and love our neighbours as ourselves, if all our efforts were already destined to be futile. Why bother if we are going to Hell anyhow?
But I do believe that to be saved we have to at least be baptised and profess our firm faith in the dogmas of the Church,although the third dogma of the faith leaves me confused in our current situation.
I have resigned myself to trying to live like my Irish ancestors when they were deprived of the Church, Mass, priests and sacraments. I yearn for the simple times of my childhood but realise many Catholics before me have suffered the same deprivations. The horrors I have witnessed over the last 50 years have,for me, only confirmed the truth of my faith and have given me a more acute appreciation of the immense gift of the Incarnation and a sympathetic understanding of Simeon's delight and happiness when he held the Christ in his arms at the Presentation at the temple. Perhaps if I had continued to live the Catholic life of the fifties, my faith would have been more lukewarm.

Anonymous said...

Bernard Fellay the SSPX boss is going to have a job on his hands overcoming this obstacle to his much desired "homecoming" to Counterfeit Rome! His PR people will no doubt be licking their lip$