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Thursday, January 25, 2018

ONE WORLD RELIGION WATCH: Francis presides at ecumenical Vespers service

ONE WORLD RELIGION WATCH: Francis presides at ecumenical Vespers service
Heretics are not in the Body of Christ, they do not suffer "with us".  They must repent and convert.  On the basis of one heresy a soul puts themselves outside the Church but of course Vatican II NewChurch teaches they are "in the Body of Christ"


As is traditional, Francis presided over an "ecumenical Vespers service" at the Basilica of Saint Paul’s Outside the Walls for the conclusion of the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The end of the Week coincides with the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul.


The Song of Moses and Miriam

During the liturgical service, a cantor proclaimed a reading from the Book of Exodus, the “Song of Moses and Miriam,” which  Francis took as the starting point for his homily. The hymn was sung by the Israelites after they had been saved from the Egyptians by God, an event that many of the Church Fathers saw as an image of Baptism. “All of us Christians,” the "Pope" said, have passed through the waters of Baptism; and the grace of the Sacrament has destroyed our enemies, sin and death.” Precisely for this reason, he continued, together we are able to sing God’s praise. (FALSE, HERETICS ARE NOT CHRISTIANS AND ARE NOT WITH US)


Called to community

But, the Pope said, as with Moses, “our individual experiences bind us to an even greater story, that of the salvation of the people of God.” Saint Paul, he said, whose conversion is celebrated in this liturgical feast, likewise had a “powerful experience of grace,” and this experience led him “to seek out communion with other Christians.” This, the Pope said, is also our experience as believers: “As soon as we grow in the spiritual life, we understand ever better that grace reaches us together with others, and is to be shared with others.(HERESY: GRACE IS NOT EXTENDED TO HERETICS)
The "Pope" explained that in recognizing the Baptisms of Christians of other traditions, we acknowledge that they too have received forgiveness, and that God’s grace is at work in them too. “And even when divergences separate us,” he said, “we recognize that we pertain to the same people of the redeemed, to the same family of brothers and sisters loved by the only Father.” (HERESY: THEY ARE NOT IN THE BODY OF CHRIST)

United in suffering

Our growth in the spiritual life, however, is often a difficult one, the "Pope" said, and pointed to the suffering of Christians endured for the Name of Jesus. The Holy Father argued that “when their blood is shed, even if they belong to different [Christian] Confessions, together they become witnesses of the faith, martyrs, united in the bond of baptismal grace.” (ECUMENISM OF BLOOD IS HERETICAL. HERETICS WHO DIE OUTSIDE THE FAITH EVEN SHEDDING THEIR BLOOD WILL GO TO HELL)
Even with other religious traditions, the Pope said, “Christians today confront the challenges that demean human dignity: flying from situations of conflict and misery they are victims of human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery; they suffer hardships and hunger, in a world that is ever more rich in means and poor in love, where inequality continues to grow.” But, he said, Christians are called to remember the history of what God has done for us, and to help and support one another, and “to face every challenge with courage and hope, armed only with Jesus and the sweet power of His Gospel.”


RELATED:
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2015/08/ecumenism-of-blood-no-baptism-of-blood.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2017/04/francisheresy-more-ecumenism-of-blood.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2017/01/ecumenism-of-blood-heresyagain.html


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