|Recent Featured Videos and Articles||Eastern “Orthodoxy” Refuted||How To Avoid Sin||The Antichrist Identified!||What Fake Christians Get Wrong About Ephesians||Why So Many Can't Believe||“Magicians” Prove A Spiritual World Exists||Amazing Evidence For God||News Links|
|Vatican II “Catholic” Church Exposed||Steps To Convert||Outside The Church There Is No Salvation||E-Exchanges||The Holy Rosary||Padre Pio||Traditional Catholic Issues And Groups||Help Save Souls: Donate|
Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from April 2017
Brother Michael Dimond Francis’ Recent Heresies
Francis says we need to listen to Muslims who reject the Trinity and hold that Jesus is not God. Francis says that Catholics and Muslims are “looking for the way together”. Francis thanks Muslims for the journey they are taking: that of rejecting Catholicism and the divinity of Jesus. Francis asks God to bless Muslims, even though they reject the true God. He also asks for Islamic prayers. He is an idolatrous apostate.
Francis calls Tawadros (the leader of the heretical and schismatic Coptic “Orthodox” Church of Alexandria) “His Holiness” and his “dear brother”. Francis rejects Catholic teaching by saying about deceased non-Catholics, “I pray for the dead”. Francis doesn’t believe these souls needed to be Catholic and die in the state of grace to be saved. Francis believes that anyone who died in the attack was saved.
Francis promotes the Nestorian heresy, that Jesus did not become man, but merely united himself with a man named Jesus.
Francis says the Islamic leader is his spiritual brother and that we should “walk together” with false religions. He then utters the heresy that the future depends on the “encounter” between various false religions. He asks people to have “the courage to accept differences”. Francis says we have a duty to respect the false religions that others have chosen to embrace. Francis then calls Muslims “believers” who offer a “specific contribution” to society. Francis says Muslims are spiritual brothers and sisters. Francis also speaks of how the “light” of various false religions have “shone in this land”. Francis declares that “differences of religion constituted a form of mutual enrichment”. This is more apostasy from Francis. Francis describes the leaders of various false religions as “religious leaders” who “are called”. Francis then says that Muslims can “grow in the love of God” while continuing to embrace Islam. Francis says that false religions are called “to unmask evil” with the task of praying for others. Francis also says that false religious leaders are “engaged in a constant battle against the evil that threatens a world”. Francis is an abominable apostate.
Francis (as always) calls the leader of the schismatic church “His Holiness” and calls for “brotherhood” with the Muslim world. Francis mentions he has “respect for all the inhabitants of Egypt”. Francis respects all the followers of Islam, etc. and those who have no religious beliefs at all. Francis calls the heretical and schismatic “Orthodox” church “the venerable and beloved Coptic Orthodox Church”. A heretical and schismatic church is “venerable” and “beloved” according Francis! Francis also says he embraces Muslims, and once again asks for their Christ-rejecting “prayers”.
Francis speaks of the history of Islam and “Orthodoxy” in Egypt. He calls it a “prestigious past”. The “prestigious past” of Islam and “Orthodoxy” in Egypt has included countless souls falling into error and eternal dangation. Francis promotes the frequently-condemned heresy of religious freedom and expression “without any distinction”. Francis speaks of the “great religions” of Egypt. Francis says that having the “Orthodox” and Protestants in Egypt is “integral” (essential). Francis ends by describing differences in religion as “a source of richness and never a motive of conflict”. This is complete religious indifferentism and total apostasy from the Catholic faith.
Francis mentions once again how he is “joined” to heretics and schismatics. As always, he makes sure to address the heretical and schismatic leader as “Your Holiness”. Francis once again promotes the condemned heresy that non-Catholic sects produce martyrs. The Catholic Church infallibly teaches that outside the Church there are no Christian martyrs.
According to Francis, the Kingdom of Heaven increases when people embrace the heretical and schismatic “Orthodox” religion.
Francis reveals that he would regularly pray with the schismatic “Orthodox” in their non-Catholic cathedral. This is a mortal sin and a further expression of his manifest heresy. Francis says he “was able to pray well” in the schismatic church. Francis calls the “Orthodox” sect a “sister church”. Francis says the schismatic church leader, “Patriarch” Tawadros, is “a great man of God”. Francis then declares that the notoriously heretical and schismatic leader is a true “Patriarch” and “a Pope”. Francis adds that the non-Catholic “will take the Church forward”. Francis declares that the schismatic “has great apostolic zeal” and again says he “is a man of God”. Francis is greatly impressed by the growth of schismatic churches from five to twenty-five under the leadership of the schismatic. Francis explains the process by which the “Orthodox” select a new schismatic leader, with a child picking the name out of a bag. Francis says that the Lord was the operating force behind this selection. Francis calls him “a great Patriarch”. Francis then calls the schismatic Illia II “Patriarch” of the Georgians, “a man of God”, and “a mystic!”. Francis then utters the heresy that “we Catholics must learn also from this tradition of mysticism in the Orthodox Churches”. Francis says we must pray together with heretics and schismatics. He calls another schismatic leader named Hilarion an “Archbishop”, which is to give him the title of a jurisdictional leader of the one true Church of Jesus Christ. Francis is a notorious heretic and a schismatic.
Francis’ Recent Heresies
 L’ Osservatore Romano, April 7, 2017, p. 3.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, April 28, 2017, p. 7.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, April 28, 2017, p. 7.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, pp. 8-10.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, April 28, 2017, p. 1.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, pp. 6,10.
 Denzinger 1690; 1699
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, p. 13.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, pp. 7,14.
 Denzinger 247.
 Denzinger 714.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, p. 12.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, May 5, 2017, pp. 4-5.
Sign up for our free e-mail list to see future vaticancatholic.com videos and articles.