Friday, August 18, 2017

Syncretistic prayer vigil to conclude 175th anniversay of Our Lady's apparition to Alphonse Ratisbonne

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At the altar where Alphonse Ratisbonne saw the Blessed Virgin Mary and converted into the Catholic Church and where St. Maximilliam Kolbe offered his First Mass there is to be a syncretistic interfaith prayer service on January 2018.It will be the conclusion of the 175th anniversay at the Church of St. Andrea della Fratte, Rome of the apparition of the Alphonse Ratisbonne. Ratisbonne a Jew became a Catholic missionary and founded a missionary religious community in the Middle East.
Our Lady showed him the beauty of the Catholic Church and its importance for the salvation of all people.
On January 17,2018 in coordination with the Vicariate in Rome there will be an inter religious vigil .The participants will be Christians, Jews and Muslims according to a brochure published by the church.
The Vicariate works in coordination with the Jewish Left rabbis. The Minim Fathers at St. Andrea Della Fratte cannot conduct mission and they have to interpret all magisterial documents with Cushingite theology.
During the pontificate of Pope Benedict the Vicariate also began joint Christian and Catholic mission projects. This was an ecumenical project approved by the Jewish Left.
However none of the Minim priests are allowed to interpret Vatican Council II with the theology of Feeneyism.Any priest who does so will get a warning from the Vicariate and he could even be considered Anti-Semitic by the Jewish rabbisin Rome.
A priest who offered the Tridentine Rite Mass in Rome said that there were no known cases of the baptism of desire, blood and invincible ignorance in the present times. So they were not exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. He got a phone call and a visit from one of the ausiliary bishops.
Another priest also said that invisible for us baptism of desire cannot be an exception to the dogma EENS. He also got a warning.There have been similar experiences with other priests in Rome too.
-Lionel Andrades

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