Francis’ March 29, 2019 message to Muslims for Ramadan “signed by Bishop Miguel Guixot”:
“Dear Muslim Brothers and Sisters,
The month of Ramadan with its dedication to fasting, prayer and almsgiving, is also a month for strengthening the spiritual bonds we share in Muslim-Christian friendship. I am pleased, therefore, to take this opportunity to wish you a peaceful and fruitful celebration of Ramadan… In order to respect diversity, dialogue must seek to promote every person’s right to life, to physical integrity, and to fundamental freedoms, such as freedom of conscience, of thought, of expression and of religion. This includes the freedom to live according to one’s beliefs in both the private and public spheres… With heartfelt fraternal greetings, renewed esteem for our friendship, and in the name of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, I convey sincere best wishes for a fruitful month of Ramadan and a joyous ‘Id al-Fitr.
From the Vatican, 29 March 2019
Bishop Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot, M.C.C.J.
The apostate “Bishop” promotes freedom of conscience, thought, expression, and religion. These principles have been condemned by a number of popes. He teaches that one must have the freedom to live one’s religion in the “public spheres”. That means that one must be given the freedom to publicly promote or celebrate his religion, whatever it might be. This has also been condemned by the Church. The apostate believes Muslims (who reject the Trinity and the Catholic faith) can have a “fruitful month” in the false religion of Islam.
Francis’ May 19, 2019 greeting to the “Buddhists community for the feast of Vesakh”:
“Dear Buddhist Friends… On behalf of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, I extend warm greetings and prayerful good wishes for your celebration of Vesakh. May it bring joy and peace to all of you, and to your families and your communities… In this spirit, I wish you once again a peaceful and joyful feast of Vesakh!
+ Bishop Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot, MCCJ
The greetings to these false religions are fully approved by the apostate Antipope Francis.
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