Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ July 3, 2015 address to the “Renewal in the Holy Spirit Movement”:
“Good afternoon and welcome… It was then that Cardinal Suenens got to know the Charismatic Renewal, which he described as a ‘flow of grace’, and he was the key person for maintaining it in the Church. At the Mass on Pentecost Monday in 1975, Pope Paul VI thanked him with these words: “In the name of the Lord I thank you for having brought the Charismatic Renewal into the heart of the Church”… You, Charismatics, have a special grace to pray and work for Christian unity, so that the current of grace may pass through all Christian Churches. Christian unity is the work of the Holy Spirit and we must pray together — spiritual ecumenism, the ecumenism of prayer. ‘But, Father, can I pray with an Evangelical, with an Orthodox, with a Lutheran?’ — ‘You must, you must! You have received the same Baptism’. We have all received the same Baptism; we are all going on Jesus’ path, we want Jesus. We have all made these divisions in history, for so many reasons, but not good ones. But now, in fact, is the time in which the Spirit makes us think that these divisions are not good, that these divisions are a counter-testimony, and we must do everything in order to journey together: spiritual ecumenism, the ecumenism of prayer, the ecumenism of work, but of charity at the same time; the ecumenism of reading the Bible together... This current of grace passes through all Christian Confessions, all of us who believe in Christ — unity first of all in prayer. The work for Christian unity begins with prayer. Pray together.
Unity, for the blood of today’s martyrs makes us one. There is the ecumenism of blood. We know that when those who hate Jesus Christ kill a Christian, before killing him, they do not ask him: ‘Are you a Lutheran, are you an Orthodox, are you an Evangelical, are you a Baptist, are you a Methodist?” You are Christian!... And this is something that I entrust to you, perhaps I have already told you this, but it is a true story. It is a true story. In Hamburg, a city of Germany, there was a parish priest who studied the writings to carry forward the cause for the beatification of a priest killed by Nazis, guillotined. The reason: he taught children the catechism. And, as he studied, he discovered that after the priest, five minutes later, a Lutheran pastor was guillotined for the same reason. And the blood of both was mixed: both were martyrs, both were martyrs. It is the ecumenism of blood. If the enemy unites us in death, who are we to be divided in life? Let us allow the Spirit to enter, let us pray to go forward all together. ‘But there are differences!’. Let us leave them aside; let us walk with what we have in common, which is enough… A few months ago, there were those 23 Egyptians who were also beheaded on the beach in Libya, who in that moment said Jesus’ name. ‘But they were not Catholics’... But they were Christians, they are brothers, they are our martyrs! — the ecumenism of blood. Fifty years ago, at the canonization of the young martyrs of Uganda, Blessed Paul VI made reference to the fact that their Anglican companion catechists had also poured out their blood for the same reason; they were Christians, they were martyrs. Excuse me, do not be scandalized, they are our martyrs! Because they gave their life for Christ and this is the ecumenism of blood — pray, remembering our common martyrs… pray together with other Christians…”
Francis declares that “Catholics” must pray with non-Catholics. The antipope thus encourages mortally sinful activity and promotes heresy. Francis also says the differences between Catholics and non-Catholic sects are not good. According to him, a Catholic’s adherence to the Papacy, which separates him from a Protestant, is bad. With regard to these differences, Francis says: “Let us leave them aside”! Francis is telling Catholics to give up Catholic dogma. Further, speaking of non-Catholic “martyrs”, Francis also explicitly says: “they are our martyrs!” He is openly stating that non-Catholic “martyrs” are “martyrs” of the Catholic Church. Francis recognizes how contrary his statement is to Catholic dogma, for he warns them when he teaches his outrageous heresy. He says, “Excuse me, do not be scandalized, they are our martyrs!” Antipope Francis is a bold heretic.
2 John 1:9-10: “Whosoever revolteth, and continueth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that continueth in the doctrine, the same hath both the Father and the Son. If any man come to you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into the house nor say to him, God speed you.”
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from June to September 2015, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from June to September 2015
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