Monday, November 17, 2014

Elder of Polygamy and Polyandry-founded Mormon religion to speak at Pope Francis' Conference on Marriage

Background: Mormon Founder Had Up to 40 Wives [some of them wives of other men]

Pope Francis greets Mormon President Henry B. Eyring in the Synod Hall at Vatican City as colloquium on marriage begins.
VATICAN CITY — [Today Pope Francis addressed] the opening session of an international conference on marriage convened at the Vatican, …

Seated on the front row of the hall was President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [otherwise known as Mormonism, founded by Freemason, con-man and serial polyandry and polygamy practitioner Joseph Smith], who will be presenting at the conference tomorrow.

As Francis moved deliberately from presenter to presenter, he warmly greeted Eyring, marking the first meeting between an LDS general authority and the Pope at the Vatican.

Also see:

Mormons are 'Noahides'


Anonymous said...

truthseeker said...

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis declared Monday that the institutions of marriage and family are in crisis and that "children have a right to grow up in a family with a mother and a father." The pope opened a major, three-day interfaith Vatican conference by saying "evidence is mounting that the decline of the marriage culture is associated with increased poverty and a host of other social ills, disproportionately affecting women, children and the elderly. It is always they who suffer the most in this crisis.... The "Pope"failed miserably and did not include the people of Gaza!!!
He lays blame of the decline in Marriage too poverty but excludes the usurious practices of the Vatican Bank. As always Freemason Jorge Bergoglio never lays the ax to the root of the problem the decline and rot of the Roman Catholic Church now the V2 Sect!

annely said...

Michael Hoffman, Newsletter #73 Masonic America: The Mormon Branch of The Brotherhood

Anonymous said...

If B'nai B'rith is the head of world masonry, as many allege, it would make sense that the founders of Mormonism, many of whom came out of the masonic lodge of Nauvoo, Illinois (if you can believe the claims made by ex Mormon Ed Decker in his God Makers and God Makers II - the latter which discusses the rampant homosexuality and pedophile/pederast problems within Mormonism - some of which were alleged with the little gal, Elizabeth Smart? - that was kidnapped by that strange couple - then when the couple's potential ties to the CIA were unearthed, the media seemed to drop all interest in any trials regarding their potential prosecution, as I recall). Anyway, I've heard sedevacantists for years claiming that the novus ordo would soon be recruiting Mormon missionaries to fill in the clerical gaps left by the modernists changing the sacraments. They seem like they are up for the challenge, if this photo and story are any indication.