Francis’ March 31, 2019 address during meeting with “Priests, Religious, Consecrated Persons and the Ecumenical Council of Churches”:
“I would also like to greet the members of the Ecumenical Council of Churches, a clear sign of the communion experienced here in Morocco between Christians of different confessions… In other words, the paths of mission are not those of proselytism. Please, these paths are not those of proselytism! Let us recall Benedict XVI: ‘the Church grows not through proselytism, but through attraction, through witness’. The paths of mission are not those of proselytism, which leads always to a cul-de-sac… We are Christians because we have been loved and encountered, and not as the result of proselytism. Being Christian is about knowing that we have been forgiven…”
Francis declares that he and his sect are in “communion” with “Christians of different confessions”. Francis says proselytism (trying to convert people) is a “cul-de-sac”. The word cul-de-sac can be defined as a “dead end”, a “course leading nowhere”, or “any situation in which further progress is impossible”. This is what Francis thinks of trying to convert non-Catholics to the Catholic faith. Francis believes these efforts “always” lead to a “dead end”. Francis is a manifest heretic. Francis then says that “being Christian is about knowing that we have been forgiven”. This is also heresy.
 L’Osservatore Romano, April 5, 2019, p. 9.
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