The Jesuit/Vatican Newspaper’s Attempt to Give Judas a Makeover
“In a ringing endorsement of the world’s best-known traitor, the Vatican’s most prestigious publication has dedicated its Maundy Thursday Italian edition to rehabilitating Judas Iscariot through word and art.” So declared a Roman Catholic website in April 2021.
The Inquisition Says Rome Cannot Bless Sodomite Unions
This came as a huge surprise to the world.
In March 2021, in answer to the question, “does the Church have the power to give the blessing to unions of persons of the same sex?” the Vatican’s doctrinal office, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith – previously known as the Inquisition – replied: “Negative.” It clarified that the Roman Catholic “Church” does not have the power to give liturgical blessings to homosexual unions, because God “cannot bless sin.” This was a formal response, not off the cuff.
Going further, it stated, “it is not licit to impart a blessing on relationships, or partnerships, even stable, that involve sexual activity outside of marriage (i.e. outside the indissoluble union of a man and a woman open in itself to the transmission of life), as is the case of the unions between persons of the same sex.” Continue reading →
This is just a very brief article so I am not addressing the myth of “climate change”. Myth it most certainly is. But it’s not the subject for now, and it is a huge one. For now we will be looking at what the Jesuit pope, Francis I, said about the great Flood of Noah’s day, a possible second great Flood still to come. In a new book, he said the world could again face a catastrophe like the great Flood if human beings fail to address “climate change”. “A great flood, perhaps due to a rise in temperature and the melting of glaciers: that is what will happen if we continue on the same path.”
Only if a political matter is a threat to the Christian Church, fulfils Bible prophecy, or adds to the body of evidence exposing the enemies of Christ and His Church for what they really are, is there any need for Christians to spend time analysing and exposing it. Beyond such matters, believers need to concentrate on spiritual matters, the building up of the true Church of God, the sanctification of the saints, the evangelising of the lost, and preparing for heaven; for they are strangers and pilgrims in this world, and are to live as such.
Although much of this article deals with events which occurred at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 in America, it is in reality about the worldwide assault on freedom of speech. Of necessity there had to be something of a focus on America at this time, because the final nail in the coffin of free speech was being hammered into that coffin in America – once the greatest bastion of free speech in the world. Once eliminated in America, it would just be a matter of time before what remained of it elsewhere in the world would be eliminated as well. Christians everywhere, not only American Christians, need to clearly understand what is happening, for it affects the entire Church of God throughout the world.
The Roman Catholic institution teaches that what it calls “baptism” is the first of its seven sacraments, and that by it a person is regenerated (born again) and thus becomes a Christian. Here are the words: “Baptism… is necessary for salvation…. By it people are freed from sins, are born again as children of God and, made like to Christ by an indelible character, are incorporated into the Church. It is validly conferred only by a washing in real water with the proper form of words.” This is utterly false, unbiblical doctrine. Continue reading →
“And now, O ye priests, this commandment is for you. If ye will not hear, and if ye will not lay it to heart, to give glory unto my name, saith the Lord of hosts, I will even send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings: yea, I have cursed them already, because ye do not lay it to heart.” (Malachi 2:1,2)
In the Scripture above, the Lord sent a curse upon the Jewish priests, and cursed their blessings. For they were false priests. This can mean He cursed what they had been blessed with; but also, that He cursed the blessings they pronounced on others.
Seers and Secrets, Deception and Delusion, and the Politics of Global Power
The famous apparitions of “Mary” at Fatima, a small town in northern Portugal, allegedly occurred on six occasions between May and October 1917, when “Mary” supposedly appeared to three child shepherds and entrusted them with three great messages (called “secrets”). The children were Lucia dos Santos, and siblings Francisco and Jacinta Marto. At the time when “Mary” supposedly appeared to them. Lucia was 10, Francisco 9, and Jacinta 7. Lucia became a cloistered nun in later years, but Francisco and Jacinta died at a very young age.
The woman known to the world as “Mother Teresa” was one of the most instantly recognisable human beings on the face of the earth.
She was born in 1910 and died in 1997. She became a Roman Catholic nun, and went on to become the founder of an order of nuns (with some priests and monks in it) known as the Missionaries of Charity. Beginning in Calcutta, it spread to over 130 countries, caring for the sick and the very poor.
Francis I, the Roman pope, recently beatified South American Roman Catholic archbishop, Oscar Romero, who was murdered in 1980. This was not just another Popish beatification. This was a beatification of immense significance to the vast Roman Catholic population of Latin America, and to the entire Roman Catholic world. For in beatifying Romero, the Papacy gave a huge boost to the violent doctrine of “liberation theology”, which is nothing less than Roman Catholic Marxism, and sent a message to the world that could not be clearer: the Roman Catholic “Church”, the largest and most powerful religion on the face of the earth, has committed itself, from its pope all the way down through the ranks, to a Marxist world, and will readily endorse violence to push this Red ideology. Continue reading →
At an historic and unprecedented canonisation ceremony in April 2014 the reigning pope of Rome, Francis I, watched by his predecessor, the retired Benedict XVI, canonised two dead popes, John XXIII and John Paul II. Over half a million Roman Catholics attended the huge event, along with large numbers of cardinals and many political heads of state. Continue reading →