Francis’ April 3, 2019 discourse at his General Audience:
“I visited the Mausoleum [tomb] of Mohammed V where I paid homage to his memory and to that of Hassan II. I then visited the Institute for the formation of Imams and of men and women preachers. This Institute promotes an Islam which respects other religions… Muslims invoke the Clement and the Merciful One, every day.”
Francis pays homage to deceased Muslims and mentions that he visited the institute for the formation of Imams (Islamic leaders). As you can see above, Francis also laid a wreath of flowers in front of the tomb of Mohammed V.
St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, Pt. II, Q. 12, A. 1, Obj. 2: “… if anyone were to… worship at the tomb of Mahomet, he would be deemed an apostate.”
Francis praises the Islamic institute because it respects other false religions. The apostate Francis says Muslims invoke the true God “every day”.
Francis’ April 11, 2019 speech during “spiritual retreat” with South Sudan’s “civil and ecclesiastical authorities”:
“… fraternal greetings to the members of the South Sudan Council of Churches, who spiritually accompany the flock entrusted to them in their respective communities; I thank all of you for the good will and open heart with which you accepted my invitation to take part in this retreat in the Vatican. I would likewise offer a special greeting to the Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace Justin Welby, who conceived this initiative – he is a brother… and to the former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Very Reverend John Chalmers. I join all of you in giving heartfelt thanks and praise to God for enabling us to share these two days of grace in his holy presence, in order to implore and receive his peace… The purpose of this retreat is for us to stand together before God and to discern his will. It is to reflect on our own lives and the common mission the Lord has entrusted to us, to recognize our enormous shared responsibility for the present and future of the people of South Sudan, and to commit ourselves, reinvigorated and reconciled, to the building up of your nation… I will be able to visit your beloved nation, together with my dear brothers here present: the Archbishop of Canterbury and the former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.”
“The New Sudan Council of Churches (NSCC) is an organization comprising six churches located in Southern Sudan: the Roman Catholic Church, Episcopal Church of the Sudan, Presbyterian Church of Sudan, African Inland Church, Sudan Pentecostal Church, and Sudan Interior Church.” As we see here, this is another example of how the Vatican II Sect is officially united with protestant churches. The Vatican II Sect is a non-Catholic church. Francis says “the flock” has been entrusted to the leadership of these Protestant churches. Francis calls the heretical layman Justin Welby “Archbishop” and “His Grace”. Francis calls John Chalmers, a Presbyterian, “the Very Reverend John Chalmers”. Francis says this “retreat” he is holding will help the leaders of these false churches “to discern his [God’s] will” and “the common mission the Lord has entrusted to us”. Francis is clearly teaching that Protestant leaders are true Christian leaders. Francis says all of them have an “enormous shared responsibility for the present and future of the people of South Sudan”. Francis is a heretic.
Francis’ April 28, 2019 reflection:
“And a round of applause also to all Oriental Catholics and Orthodox, to wish them ‘Happy Easter.’”
Francis wishes the schismatics a “Happy Easter”.
 L’Osservatore Romano, April 5, 2019, pp. 3-4.
 L’Osservatore Romano, April 12, 2019, pp. 6-11.
 L’Osservatore Romano, May 3, 2019, p. 12.
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