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Atila Sinke Guimarães
‘FOR AN EDUCATION AT THE SERVICE OF UNIVERSAL FRATERNITY’ - With this Masonic-like front page headline, L’Osservatore Romano (October 5, 2021) announced the meeting of religious leaders hosted by Francis in Clementine Hall at the Vatican. The meeting took place on UNESCO's World Teacher’s Day and the theme was “Religions and Education: Towards a Global Compact on Education.”

L'Osservatore Romano, October 5, 2021

The daily Vatican newspaper on October 5, 2021

Francis’ speech can be reduced to four points:
  1. Never use the name of God to justify violence and hatred against other religious traditions;

  2. Always welcome the other as he is;

  3. Firmly defend the rights of women, children and the most vulnerable and teach the new generations to be "a voice of the voiceless";

  4. Give voice to the plea of nature for its survival and train ourselves and future generations to have a more sober and ecologically sustainable lifestyle.
Let me briefly analyze each of these points.
  1. When Francis says that no one can use the name of God to justify violence, a superficial person might remark: “Good! He is condemning the Taliban and Muslim terrorism.” However, things are not as simple as this.

    History is filled – in the Old and New Testaments – of cases where violent actions or even wars were made to defend the cause of God or in His name. Think only of the war for the conquest of the Holy Land led by Joshua or, centuries after, of the glorious insurrection of the Maccabees against the Romanization and Hellenization of the Jewish Religion.

    After the coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Who said “I did not come to bring peace, but the sword” (Mt 10:34), History registers the epopee of the Crusades – which received the actual name of Holy War – waged to liberate the Holy Sepulcher from the constant profanations made by the Muslims, who occupied the Holy Land.

    Yesterday we celebrated the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, which was established by Pope Pius V to celebrate the victory of the Catholic Fleet over the Turks in Lepanto in 1571: This victory was given to our forbearers by the miraculous intervention of Our Lady, due to the praying of the Rosary.

    All these glorious violent actions were made by Catholics and blessed by Heaven to defend the name of God and His cause. Now, we see Pope Bergoglio condemning all these past actions as if they were not only wrong, but detestable. He is denying the past teaching of the Church and declaiming the most glorious pages of her History as infamous.

    What should we think of a Pope who does this? Is he Catholic? Is he Schismatic for denying the whole of Catholic History? Is he a heretic for abhorring the past militancy of the Church who, notwithstanding, always defined herself as the Militant Church?

  2. Round table of religious leaders at the Vatican

    Francis seated as an equal of the leaders of false religions
    implicitly states that the Catholic Faith is not the only true Faith

  3. When Francis tells Catholics to “welcome the other as he is,” he is promoting many bad behaviors that were always condemned by Catholic Morals:

    1. He is promoting the acceptance of homosexuals – either males or females – as well as the full roster of new anti-natural “genre” types included in the acronym LGBTQ+. In brief, Francis is recommending that Catholics accept Sodom and Gomorra as a consummate fact and welcome them. This is contrary to Catholic Morals. We know what God – Who is not a progressivist – did with those two cities…

    2. He is also allowing pro-abortion politicians, such as Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi, to receive Holy Communion. Again, by permitting this profanation of the Blessed Sacrament, Francis becomes an accomplice to this sin.

    3. But it is not only homosexuals and pro-abortion politicians who can be included in the all-encompassing tolerance enunciated by this progressivist Pope. In the name of this tolerance, why not give the Holy Eucharist to Protestants? Why not to Jews or Muslims? Why not to Freemasons or even Satanists? What are the boundaries of this tolerance? We see that, actually, Francis is debasing all the Moral and Sacramental principles that have always characterized the Catholic Church.

  4. Next, Pope Francis tells us to defend the rights of women, children and the vulnerable. One might imagine that the noble ideal of Chivalry has returned… How good it would be if this were true! But, alas, the reality is not so laudable or romantic.

    When he tells religious leaders to defend the rights of women, he is promoting Feminism, which is the anti-natural revolt of women against their vocation of submission and obedience to their husbands and fathers. He is actually promoting the Marxist class struggle between women and men.

    The same could be said of the other categories. He invites his audience to adhere to the social-political goals of the Revolution and teach the new generations to be revolutionary activists.

  5. Of course he could not omit the ecological note. Bergoglio goes further than the Communist Revolution; he advances the Tribalist Revolution, which virtually leads to the abolition of all religions, all cultures and the present day economic system.
Antichrist depicted as a pope

The words of Our Lady of La Salette imply the Antichrist can be a pope or several popes

These are the points Pope Francis addressed before the world leaders of different religions at the Vatican three days ago.

It is difficult to think of an agenda more opposed to the past of the Catholic Church than this one. We could go so far as to call it the agenda of her main enemy. But wait - it is the work of a Pope… Is the Pope, then, the main enemy of the Catholic Church?

Does this not bring to mind the words of Our Lady of La Salette: ”Rome will become the seat of the Antichrist”?

A reader might ask: “Are you calling Pope Bergoglio the Antichrist?”

I respond: I am not a person who believes that the worst of all evils is to place a label on the forehead of an evildoer. I actually consider this labeling a good thing, but to define the evil he is doing is more essential and more important. The evil Pope Francis is doing is to fulfill the agenda of Progressivism, which is the current that inspired the doctrine behind this agenda, plotted to apply it inside the Church and usurped most of her important positions.

Progressivism is the greatest evil of the 20th and 21st century. It could be defined as the doctrine of the Antichrist. Since it conquered the Seat of Peter from the ascension of John XXIII, we could say that thenceforward all the Popes can be called Antichrists, or at least six representatives of the Antichrist.

Pope Francis is not an innovator; he is a continuator of his five predecessors. He is just bolder and more dictatorial than the others. I do not agree with some naïve traditionalists who are falling for the false dilemma “Bergoglio is bad – Ratzinger is good.” I believe that all six are as bad as they could be.

It is not only one who is the Antichrist; each of them deserves this label. This seems to be the reason for Our Lady's subtlety when she said “Rome will become the seat of the Antichrist.” It is implied that the problem is not one man, but those who for some time would occupy this seat.