Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ June 22, 2018 press conference on return flights from Geneva:
Question: “Thank you, your Holiness. Holiness, in your address today at the Ecumenical Meeting you made reference to the Gospel’s enormous strength. We know that some Churches of the World Council of Churches are so-called ‘Churches of peace’, which believe that a Christian cannot use violence. We remember that two years ago in the Vatican, there was a conference organized to reconsider the doctrine of the ‘just war’. So, Holiness, the question is whether you think it is the case for the Catholic Church to unite with these so-called ‘Churches of peace’ and set aside the theory of the ‘just war’. Thank you.”
Francis: “… I think that all Churches that have this spirit of peace must gather and work together, as we said in the speeches today, both myself and the other people who spoke… I would just like to say one word clearly: that today was an ecumenical day, truly ecumenical. And at lunch we said something wonderful, which I will leave you with so you may think and reflect and give some good consideration to this: in the ecumenical movement we have to remove one word from the dictionary: proselytism. Is that clear? There can be no ecumenism with proselytism; one has to choose: either you have an ecumenical spirit or you are a ‘proselytist’.”
Antipope Francis teaches (once again) that he has no mission to convert non-Catholics. According to him, the word for trying to convert people (proselytism) needs to be removed from the dictionary. He says that a person must choose between the “ecumenical spirit” (i.e. the heretical wicked spirit) and “proselytism” (attempting to convert non-Catholics to the Catholic faith – the Catholic position). He is a heretic.
Francis’ August 11, 2018 dialog with young Italians:
“Once, at lunch with young people in Krakow, a young man said to me: ‘I have a problem at university because I have a friend who is agnostic. Tell me Father, what should I say to this agnostic classmate to make him understand that ours is the true religion?’. I said to him: ‘My dear fellow, the last thing that you should do is say something…’”
Francis has told this story more than once. According to Francis, you shouldn’t say even one word to attempt to convince someone that the Catholic faith is the true religion. What an apostate!
 L’Osservatore Romano, July 20, 2018, p. 7.
 L’Osservatore Romano, August 24, 2018, p. 11.