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The Vatican Commemorates the Muslim Fast of Ramadan
By Bro. Michael Dimond, O.S.B.Introductory Note: * A Heretic is a baptized person who rejects an authoritative teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. A schismatic is a person who refuses communion with a true Pope or refuses communion with true Catholics. An apostate is a person who rejects the Christian faith completely. All heretics, schismatics and apostates sever themselves from the Catholic Church automatically (Pius XII, Mystici Corporis, June 29, 1943). Therefore, if one is a heretic he is not a Catholic (Pope Leo XIII, Satis Cognitum June 29, 1896). And most heretics convince themselves that they are not denying any dogma when they actually are. This page will be updated periodically. (All emphasis, such as bolding, underlining, and italicization is not necessarily that of the quoted author.) *This section of our website will deal with significant heresies taught by members of the Vatican II Church other than the Vatican II Antipopes.
The Vatican Commemorates the Muslim Fast of RamadanThe apostate so-called “cardinal” of “the Catholic Church” states that God will reward Muslims for their prayers and fasting. He then states that Christians are “especially close” to Muslims during their “holy” season. He then says that we should respect differences and have no bias against what religious affiliation a person might have. This means that the so-called cardinal is promoting the heresy that Satanists or members of any religion whatsoever should have equal rights and be respected. This is total apostasy. ENDNOTES:  L’ Osservatore Romano, September 1, 2010, p. 8.
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