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Pope Bergoglio’s ecumenism & eco-pacifismAbove, we see Pope Francis shaking hands with Hindu guru Pujya Swamiji, surrounded by his Hindu followers. Around the Pope’s neck is an eco-friendly “elaichimala,” a chain of Hindu prayer beads made from cardamom pods and “blessed” by the guru himself, see below first row.
This is the spiritual advice Swamiji gives his followers: “Go to god. Whatever name, whatever form you worship is no problem. Just go to him. He accepts all names and all forms. If god can be worshipped in only one way, then he is not god!”
The photos of Francis and Swamiji were taken during an ecumenical encounter when Francis addressed 200 inter-religious representatives gathered at the Vatican in March, 2016. He declared the Church exists to “foster unity and charity,” and that all religions are called to be “messengers of peace and builders of communion.”
He urged Catholics to pursue a “true” syncretism of religions, which in effect fosters building a Masonic One-World-religion. He called all religions that promote peace and love “authentic” and “genuine religious traditions,” and also insisted that Catholics “encountering” people of other religions is “pleasing to God.”
Francis did not lose the chance to make an ecological message, stating that “true mercy” is not only to work with other religions for peace, but to take care of our planet, “our common home.”
Just last week, he delivered more of the same drivel, this time addressing the delegates of the World Conference of Religions for Peace, below second and third rows.
On October 18, 2017, Pope Francis urged religious leaders to work for an ecological peace: “I express my appreciation and gratitude for the work of Religions for Peace; they offer a precious service to both religion and peace, because religions are destined by their nature to promote peace through justice, fraternity, disarmament and the care of Creation [emphasis added].”
With the Vatican hijacked by such an ecumenical and hippie eco-pacifism, it seems that the arrival of the Masonic One-World-Religion is upon us, under the guise of peace, love and mercy.
Posted October 29, 2017