By Bro. Michael Dimond, O.S.B.
Read more of Benedict XVI’s Recent Heresies
On the occasion of the Jewish Holy Days of Rosh Ha-Shanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot, Benedict XVI sent a telegram addressed to Dr. Ricardo Di Segni, Chief Rabbi of Rome.
“On the occasion of Rosh Ha-Shanah 5771, of Yom Kippur and of Sukkot, I am pleased to express my most cordial and sincere good wishes to you and to the entire Jewish Community of Rome, together with the hope that these feasts may bring an abundance of Blessings from the Eternal One and be a source of deep joy. May the will to promote justice and peace, of which the world today stands in such great need, increase in us all. I remember with sentiments of gratitude and affection my Visit to the ‘Temple Maggiore’. May God in his goodness protect the whole Community and grant that we may grow in reciprocal friendship in Rome and throughout the world.”
First, Benedict XVI denies Jesus Christ by sending a message of good wishes to the entire Jewish Community for their non-Christian feasts of Rosh Ha-Shanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. He then denies Christ again by using the antichrist Jewish calendar which dates things from the beginning of time instead of from the birth of Jesus Christ (AD). All Christians use AD, Anno Domini, meaning “in the year of the Lord.” Christians date things from the birth of Jesus Christ and would refer to this year as being the year 2010. But since Benedict XVI is not a Christian, he uses the Jewish calendar system and declares that we are in the year 5771, not 2010 AD. This is a clear denial of Jesus Christ, and it proves again that he is antichrist.
He also praises the Jews by stating that these Christ-denying feasts “may bring an abundance of Blessings from the Eternal One and be a source of deep joy.” He thus encourages them to celebrate the Jewish religion and the ceremonies of the Old Law, and he says that doing so brings blessings. This is clear heresy! The Church teaches that the ceremonies of the Old Law and the Jewish religion bring spiritual death and exclude people from salvation (Council of Florence). For Benedict XVI, there is deep joy in knowing that these people deny Jesus Christ and the Catholic faith. He then says that “I remember with sentiments of gratitude and affection my Visit to the ‘Temple Maggiore.’” The Temple Maggiore is the “Great” Synagogue of Rome. Benedict XVI has gratitude and affection for the Jewish Synagogue! What an apostate!
Benedict XVI September 5, 2010 message to the Congress of Asian “Catholic” Laity:
“Asia, home to two-thirds of the world’s people, the cradle of great religions and spiritual traditions, and the birthplace of diverse cultures, is currently undergoing unprecedented processes of economic growth and social transformation.” 
According to Benedict XVI, it’s great that Asia is the cradle of various false religions and false spiritual traditions.
Benedict XVI September 13, 2010 address to the new Ambassador of Germany to “the Holy See”:
“In contemplating these martyrs it appears ever more clearly and as an example that on the basis of their Christian conviction some people are prepared to give their life for their faith, for the right to practice what they believe freely, for freedom of speech, for peace and human dignity. Today, fortunately, we live in a free and democratic society.”
Benedict XVI praises people because “on the basis of their Christian conviction,” they give their life in defense of everyone’s ability to have freedom of speech!
Benedict XVI August 22, 2010 Angelus Reflection:
“I greet all the English-speaking pilgrims and visitors present at this Angelus prayer. In a particular way I welcome a group of young Orthodox Christians from Galilee.
According to Benedict XVI, the “Orthodox” are completely Christian even though they deny numerous defined teachings of the Christian Church.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, September 15, 2010, p. 2.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, September 1, 2010, p. 1.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, September 15, 2010, p. 5.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, August 18/25, 2010, p. 1.
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