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John Paul II “blessed” by the largest group of Rabbis ever in a private audience in the Vatican
Heresy of the Week, Week of 2/11/05Comment: So, John Paul II receives a “blessing” from the largest group of Christ-rejecters ever to attend a private audience at the Vatican. And contrary to the idea which is becoming increasingly popular in “traditionalist” circles, actions such as this do constitute heresy and apostasy. Many “traditionalists” say that actions such as this are scandalous, but not heretical. On the contrary, those who claim that such actions are not heretical are in fact heretical. John Paul II’s actions have proven him to be a heretic and an apostate countless times over. Understanding the Catholic teaching that “signs, deeds” and even the omission of deeds can constitute heresy refutes the heretical nonsense taught by many in the traditional movement. They teach that John Paul II’s statements and actions – such as his statement “May St. John the Baptist protect Islam” – are not heretical because they do not word-for-word contradict a dogma. This heretical nonsense is also refuted by St. Thomas Aquinas – not to mention Catholic common sense. Thus, those statements and actions of John Paul II which are not a direct denial of Catholic dogma – and we have many that are – are heretical if they have a meaning which is clearly equivalent to denying a dogma. For instance, asking St. John the Baptist to protect Islam is clearly equivalent to denying the dogma Outside the Church There is No Salvation. (That would probably be the understatement of the year.) Asking St. John the Baptist to protect Islam is also equivalent to saying that Islam is a good religion, not a false religion, which is clearly a denial of the dogma that the Catholic Church is the only true religion. Asking St. John the Baptist to protect Islam is without a doubt apostasy – period. The same is true of: kissing the Koran; arranging for false religions to worship false gods (Assisi I and Assisi II); sending representatives to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Synagogue; and, most recently, being “blessed” by Rabbis. Go back to Heresies of the Week of John Paul II and the Vatican II sect regarding Pagans, Jews and Infidels
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