Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Non Catholics are on the way to Hell and the pope does not tell them this at Assisi or at any other inter-religious meeting

Heading to Assisi, Pope urges prayer and even tears for peace

Pope's inter-faith prayer meeting today is based on secularism and the values of Masonary and not the teachings of the Catholic Church which he will not express.In order to please the political Left, the liberal rabbis and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel the pope will not say that Vatican Council II teaches that Catholics are the new  people of God (Nostra Aetate 4, Vaican Council II), the new Chosen People and outside the the Church there is no salvation ( Ad Gentes 7, Lumen Gentium 14 Vatican Council II) and all need to be incorporated into the Catholic Church as members to avoid the fires of Hell.
There is no known salvation outside the Church and so all political legislation should have at its base the teachings on the Social Reign of Christ the King. Since there is no known salvation outside the Church mentioned in Vatican Council II, being a member of the Caholic Church is a divine priority for all.There is no separation of Church and State.According to Vatican Council II and the traditional teachings of the popes there is no separation of Church and State.
Non Catholics are on the way to Hell and the pope does not tell them this at Assisi or at any other inter-religious meeting.-Lionel Andrades



(ANSA) - Assisi, September 20 - Pope Francis arrived in the central Italian city of Assisi on Tuesday for a day of prayer for peace with representatives of other faiths. Tuesday's event is the 30th anniversary of the first Assisi interreligious meeting for peace among peoples.
    After arriving in Assisi, Francis went to the Holy Convent, and greeted Bartholomew I, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Ignatius Aphrem II of Antioch, the patriarch of the Syriac Orthodox Church, Archbishop of Cantebury Justin Welby, Rome Chief Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, Abbas Shuman, vice president of Sunni Islam's Al-Azhar University in Cairo, and Andrea Riccardi, the founder of the Community of Sant'Egidio that is the driving force of the day of interreligious prayer.
    Francis reiterated on Tuesday that religion must not be used to justify violence before leaving for the peace event. "The God of war doesn't exist," the pope said during Mass at the Casa Santa Marta, the residence where he lives inside the Vatican. He also said it was necessary to go "beyond the divisions of religions" and kneel down and pray to God for peace, describing war as a "disgrace".
    "Today the centre of the world is in Assisi for a day of prayer, penitence and weeping, because the world is at war," said the pope at the Mass, according to the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano. Francis also reportedly said he had written a letter to bishops throughout the world encouraging them to pray "with all men of good will" in their dioceses.

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