Category Archives: Rome and the Interfaith Movement: General

The Astonishing Abominations of “Progressive” Roman Catholics

The Astonishing Abominations of Progressive Roman Catholics, PDF format

First, a Few from Just a Few Years Back…

  The past few decades have seen numerous blasphemous and filthy abominations being deliberately and openly displayed or condoned by “progressive” priests and bishops of Rome, and especially Jesuits, in their desperate attempt to make themselves relevant in the modern world, obsessed as it is with all kinds of vulgarity and especially sexual vulgarity.  Believe me, these are not your traditional Roman Catholic priests, nuns and people!  Times have certainly changed, and the Roman Catholic institution your parents and grandparents knew, although utterly unbiblical then as well as now, was a very different monster from what it is today.  It would be unrecognisable to those of earlier generations – as it is even to many conservative Roman Catholics today.  Here are just a few examples, which could be multiplied many times over:[1]

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Assisi 2016: a Religious Babel

Assisi 2016 a Religious Babel, PDF format

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The 2016 abomination

1986: The Start of It All

  Way back on October 27, 1986, members of many different religions came together at Assisi, birthplace of the Roman Catholic “saint”, Francis, for a day of prayer for “peace”.  This massive interfaith gathering was at the instigation of the pope of Rome, John Paul II.    Such was the power and authority of this man that at his call, not only did leaders of various religions gather from around the world to “pray”, but three governments, and terrorist guerillas in 11 lands, held a 24-hour truce![1] 

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Assisi 2011: The Papacy’ s Interfaith Abomination

Assisi 2011: The Papacy’ s Interfaith Abomination, PDF format

Introduction

In 1986 the pope of Rome, John Paul II, held a massive interfaith gathering in Assisi, Italy, billed as a “World Day of Prayer for Peace”.  It was attended by representatives of many religions of the world.  And back then, a quarter of a century ago in the wake of this momentous gathering, I wrote the following in  the Bible Based Ministries Newsletter:  “On October 27, members of different religions came together at Assisi, birthplace of Roman Catholic ‘saint’ Francis, for a day of prayer.  This was at the instigation of the pope.  Around the world, three governments and guerillas in 11 lands held a 24-hour truce.  12 religions were represented, and prayed for peace. Continue reading