Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ February 26, 2017 answers to questions “asked by three Anglican parishioners” following “the Liturgy celebrated in the Anglican Church of All Saints in Rome”:
Question: “In several regions of Africa, Asia and the Pacific, ecumenical relations between the Churches are better and more creative than here in Europe. What can we learn from the example of the Churches from the southern part of the world?”
Francis: “There is a very interesting anecdote. When Blessed Paul VI beatified the Martyrs of Uganda — a young Church — among the martyrs, who were all young catechists, several were Catholic and others Anglican, and they were all martyred by the same king, in hatred of the faith… And Paul VI felt embarrassed, because he said: ‘I must beatify one and all; they are martyrs, one and all’. But at that moment in the Catholic Church, it was not quite possible to do this. The Council had just taken place... But today that young Church celebrates one and all together; Paul VI too, in the homily, in the discourse, in the beatification Mass, wanted to designate the Anglican martyrs of the faith at the same level as the Catholic catechists. This is what a young Church does. Young Churches have courage, because they are young… But there is another experience: in northern Argentina there are Anglican missions with aborigines and Catholic missions with aborigines, and the Anglican Bishop and the Catholic Bishop work there together, and teach. When the people cannot go to the Catholic celebration on Sunday, they go to the Anglican celebration, and the Anglicans go to the Catholic one, because they do not want a Sunday to go by without a celebration. They work together. And here the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith knows this… The two Bishops are friends and the two communities are friends… That aborigine tells you in northern Argentina: ‘I am Anglican’. But [if] the bishop is not there, the parson is not there, the reverend is not there.... ‘I want to praise God on Sunday and I go to the Catholic cathedral’, and vice versa. This is the richness of young Churches.”
Francis speaks of how Antipope Paul VI wanted to “beatify” the Anglican “martyrs” and place them among those who are to be looked upon as “blessed” by “the Catholic Church”. Francis not only says the Anglican heretics and schismatics were “martyrs of the faith”, but that they were “at the same level” as the “Catholics” who were also “martyrs”. Francis even acknowledges that in the past Anglican “martyrs” could not be celebrated, but he says that now things are different. He thus admits that he and his sect have rejected and abandoned the Church’s traditional teaching. Francis then explains that the Anglicans and “Catholics” conduct “missions” together. Francis says that the “Catholic Bishop” and the “Anglican Bishop” will “work together and teach”. Speaking of “Catholics”, Francis says: “When the people cannot go to the Catholic celebration on Sunday, they go to the Anglican celebration, and the Anglicans go to the Catholic one, because they do not want a Sunday to go by without a celebration. They work together. And here the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith knows this…” Francis speaks positively of “Catholics” who to go to the heretical and schismatic Anglican church on Sunday, “when the people cannot go to the Catholic celebration”! Francis says that the Vatican II sect’s “Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith knows this”. These statements are all one should need to see to know that the apostate Antipope Francis does not profess the Catholic faith and therefore has been severed from the Catholic Church!
Pope Pius XII, Mystici Corporis Christi (#22), June 29, 1943: “Actually only those are to be included as members of the Church who have been baptized and profess the true faith.”
Pope Pius XII, Mystici Corporis Christi (# 23), June 29, 1943: “For not every offense, although it may be a grave evil, is such as by its very own nature to sever a man from the Body of the Church, as does schism or heresy or apostasy.”
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from February 2017 to March 2017, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from February 2017 to March 2017
 L’ Osservatore Romano, March 3, 2017, pp. 6,8.
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