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Antipope Francis says he celebrated Martin Luther’s “Reformation” and that he agrees with the Lutherans on Justification
Brother Michael Dimond
Francis says that he celebrated Martin Luther’s “Reformation” last year. Francis thus celebrated Martin Luther’s revolution against the Catholic Church. Catholics are not in communion with those outside the Church, but the heretic Francis says there is a real communion between Catholics and Lutherans.
The heretic Francis proceeds to assert that there’s an ecumenical quest “for full and visible unity between Christians”. But unity only exists (and has always existed) in the true Catholic Church. True Catholics seek to convert non-Catholics who claim to be Christians (but aren’t) to the unity of the Catholic Church.
Francis then says that our modern times are “no longer marked by the disputes and conflicts of the past”. This means that the post-Vatican II Counter Church has abandoned the Catholic Church’s practice of attempting to convert non-Catholics and its teaching that non-Catholics must abandon their heresies. Francis promotes the heresy that the Church is divided and that Christianity has suffered a “loss of credibility”. Francis says that Catholics now agree with Lutherans on justification and that now there’s “a faith to which we can now testify together”. What a heretic.
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from January 2018, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from January 2018
Francis’ Recent Heresies
 L’ Osservatore Romano, February 2, 2018, p. 8.
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