Jesuit Pope Francis: “May the religions be wombs of life, bearing the merciful love of God…”

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The Jesuite Pope wants to stand united with all “peaceful” Muslims. This is the official picture released by the Vatican.

This is recorded by the Vatican Radio: Pope Francis on Thursday urged representatives of different religions to foster a peaceful encounter of believers and genuine religious freedom.

Speaking to some 200 people gathered in the Vatican for an interreligious audience, Pope Francis reflected on the soon- to-end Year of Mercy saying that mercy extends also to the world around us, “to our common home, which we are called to protect and preserve from unbridled and rapacious consumption”.

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The Pope desire to be the head of all religious people.
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The Pope build the end time Onew World Religion from inside the Vatican.

He told those present that common commitment is needed “for an education to sobriety and to respect, to a more simple and orderly way of life”. Above all, the Pope urged all religions to join in embarking on a path of dialogue, rejecting the aimless paths of disagreement and closed-mindedness.

He appealed to never let it happen again that religions, because of the conduct of some of their followers, convey a distorted message that is out of tune with that of mercy.
“Sadly, not a day passes that we do not hear of acts of violence, conflict, kidnapping, terrorist attacks, killings and destruction.  It is horrible that at times, to justify such barbarism, the name of a religion or the name of God himself is invoked.  May there be clear condemnation of these iniquitous attitudes that profane the name of God and sully the religious quest of mankind” he said.

Pope Francis concluded his message calling for the peaceful encounter of believers and genuine religious freedom: “Here, our responsibility before God, humanity and the future is great; it calls for unremitting effort, without dissimulation.  It is a call that challenges us, a path to be taken together, for the good of all, and with hope”.

Please find below the full text of Pope Francis’ address to Representatives of Different Religions:

Dear Friends,

I offer you a warm welcome.  I am pleased to meet you and I thank you for accepting this invitation to reflect together on the theme of mercy.

As you are well aware, we are approaching the end of the Holy Year, in which the Catholic Church has pondered the heart of the Christian message from the viewpoint of mercy.  For us, mercy reveals the name of God; it is “the very foundation of the Church’s life” (Misericordiae Vultus, 10).  It is also the key to understanding the mystery of man, of that humanity which, today too, is in great need of forgiveness and peace.

Yet the mystery of mercy is not to be celebrated in words alone, but above all by deeds, by a truly merciful way of life marked by disinterested love, fraternal service and sincere sharing.  The Church increasingly desires to adopt this way of life, also as part of her “duty to foster unity and charity” among all men and women (Nostra Aetate, 1). The religions are likewise called to this way of life, in order to be, particularly in our own day, messengers of peace and builders of communion, and to proclaim, in opposition to all those who sow conflict, division and intolerance, that ours is a time of fraternity.

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The Pope is using a word most people do not understand. But the Message is clear. He desire to build the One World Religion.

That is why it is important for us to seek occasions of encounter, an encounter which, while avoiding a superficial syncretism, “makes us more open to dialogue, the better to know and understand one another; eliminates every form of closed-mindedness and disrespect; and drives out every form of violence and discrimination” (Misericordiae Vultus, 23).

May this be the path we take.  May we reject the aimless paths of disagreement and closed-mindedness.  May it never happen again that the religions, because of the conduct of some of their followers, convey a distorted message, out of tune with that of mercy.  Sadly, not a day passes that we do not hear of acts of violence, conflict, kidnapping, terrorist attacks, killings and destruction.  It is horrible that at times, to justify such barbarism, the name of a religion or the name of God himself is invoked.  May there be clear condemnation of these iniquitous attitudes that profane the name of God and sully the religious quest of mankind.

May there instead be fostered everywhere the peaceful encounter of believers and genuine religious freedom.  Here, our responsibility before God, humanity and the future is great; it calls for unremitting effort, without dissimulation.  It is a call that challenges us, a path to be taken together, for the good of all, and with hope.  May the religions be wombs of life, bearing the merciful love of God to a wounded and needy humanity; may they be doors of hope helping to penetrate the walls erected by pride and fear.

Souce: Catholic News World:

My comment:

The Jesuit Pope desire to become the “holy father” for all religions. The 3rd of November interfaith gathering in the Vatican is yet another example.

To claim “mercy” to be the name of “God”, is not a biblical concept. To the radical opposite, God is a judge that will eventually send billions of people to Hell.  Peace with God, is required to achieve mercy from the Creator God. You can not achieve such peace through religions. You can only find mercy with God, through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus the Messiah. Only by Him, shedding his blood for the forgiveness of sins, a man can be be saved from God’s wrath. God sacrificed His One and Only Son, as the only remedy for a mans salvation. If you reject Him as Lord and God, you will perish.

Be aware of false prophets. Like the Arab Muhammed, who has misquided 1,3 billion people through the Koran.

“I have not sent them,” declares the Lord. “They are prophesying lies in my name. Therefore, I will banish you and you will perish, both you and the prophets who prophesy to you.”’

In Islam, “god” is the “all merciful one”. This is the adulterous image of God, presented by the Pope. In stead of proclaiming the gospel, the pope deceives all who listen to him. Leading them all down the broad path that leads to destruction. He is a false god-man, an antichrist in the flesh. Who usurp authority over claimed to be Christians, the very Vicarious Christi, the Vicar of Christ, the replacement of the Messiah on Earth.

If you want to escape the fire of Hell, renounce all the religious evils of the Pope. Rather embrace the gospel. Open the Bible, and believe what you read.  May Jesus the Messiah have mercy on your soul.

Written by Ivar