Francis’ 6/2/19 “homily during Liturgy for the Beatification of seven Greek-Catholic Bishops”:
“This place, filled with meaning, evokes the unity of your people, which is found in the diversity of its religious expressions. All these things constitute a spiritual patrimony that enriches and distinguishes Romanian culture and national identity.”
The illogical heretic Francis says that unity is found in the differences of religion. He says these differences in religion enrich culture.
Francis’ 6/2/19 “words at the Regina Coeli”:
“I am grateful to His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel, to the Holy Synod, and to the clergy and faithful of the Romanian Orthodox Church for their fraternal welcome. May the Lord bless this ancient and illustrious Church and sustain it in its mission.”
Francis calls the schismatic leader “His Beatitude”. Francis calls the schismatic church an “illustrious Church”. Francis asks God to bless the schismatic church and “sustain it in its mission” of heresy and schism.
Francis’ 6/5/19 reflection during “General Audience”:
“As Christians, we have the grace of living a season of fraternal relationships among the different Churches. In Romania the majority of the faithful belong to the Orthodox Church… With the Patriarch and the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church, we had a very cordial meeting… This important ecumenical dimension of the journey culminated in the solemn prayer of the ‘Our Father’, in the new, imposing Orthodox Cathedral of Bucharest.”
Antipope Francis teaches that in Romania “the majority of the faithful belong to the [schismatic] Orthodox Church”. Therefore, according to Francis, “the faithful” are heretics and schismatics (i.e. people who reject Catholic dogmas and the Catholic Church).
Francis’ 6/6/19 speech “to participants in the Congress for the Pastoral Care of vocations in Europe”:
“When one speaks of vocations, many things come to mind, many things to say, that one might think or do… But I would like, first of all, to clarify one thing: work for vocations, with vocations, must not be, is not proselytism. It is not a question of ‘seeking out new members for this club’. No. It must move along the lines of growth as Benedict XVI so clearly said: the growth of the Church is by attraction, not by proselytism… I wished to clarify this, because the spirit of proselytism is harmful.”
Francis condemns seeking out new vocations. He likewise condemns as “harmful” “the spirit” of attempting to convert people.
Francis’ 6/8/19 speech to “participants in the International Conference of Leaders of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal International Service”:
“This Pentecost begins a new stage on the journey inaugurated by the Charismatic Renewal fifty-two years ago. The Charismatic Renewal, which developed in the Church by the will of God, represents, to paraphrase Saint Paul VI, ‘a great opportunity for the Church’ (cf. Address to Participants in the III International Congress of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, 19 May 1975). Today, in the name of the whole Church, I thank the International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Service and the Catholic Fraternity for the mission they have carried out in the past thirty years. You have blazed a trail…”
The Charismatic Renewal was not developed in “the Church” by the will of God. It was developed in the Vatican II Sect by the evil spirit. The Charismatic Renewal has “blazed a trail” for the Devil.
Francis’ 6/21/19 discourse:
“At the center is evangelizing, which is not the same thing as proselytizing… This docility to the Spirit implies a style of life and proclamation that is without a spirit of conquest, without a desire to proselytize – which is baneful! – and without an aggressive intent to disprove the other… While ‘dialogue’ is not a magic formula, theology is certainly helped in its renewal when it takes it seriously, when it is encouraged and favored among teachers and students, as well as with other forms of knowledge and with other religions, especially Judaism and Islam.”
The heretic Francis says that not having a desire to disprove others and convert people is docility to the Holy Spirit. Francis says the desire to convert people is “baneful”, which means “productive of destruction or woe: seriously harmful”.
Francis’ 6/28/19 discourse:
“Dear Brothers in Christ, I offer a cordial greeting and a warm welcome to you, the distinguished members of the Delegation of the Ecumenical Patriarchate whom my beloved brother Bartholomew and the Holy Synod have sent on the occasion of the Solemnity of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul. Your presence manifests the solid bonds existing between the Churches of Rome and Constantinople… I had the joy of meeting Patriarchs Neofit and Daniel and their Holy Synods, and was able to admire the faith and wisdom of those Pastors. On such occasions, as in my different meetings with my brother Bartholomew and with other Heads of Churches, I have been able to appreciate the spiritual richness present in Orthodoxy… I ask you to convey my warm fraternal greetings to His Holiness Bartholomew and to the members of the Holy Synod. And I ask you also, please, to keep for me a place in your prayers.”
Francis lavishes praise on the heretical and schismatic sect. Francis says he admires the faith and wisdom of the “Pastors” of the heretical and schismatic sect. He also appreciates “the spiritual richness present in Orthodoxy”.
Francis’ 6/29/19 discourse:
“I address a cordial and fraternal greeting to my brother, His Holiness Bartholomew I.”
Francis calls the schismatic leader “His Holiness”.
Francis’ 8/30/19 letter to “His Holiness Bartholomew Archbishop of Constantinople Ecumenical Patriarch”:
“Your Holiness, dear Brother,
With deep affection and spiritual closeness, I send you my cordial good wishes of grace… It was this same case, containing nine fragments of the bones of the Apostle [St. Peter], that I desired to present to Your Holiness and to the beloved Church of Constantinople over which you preside with such devotion… our duty and responsibility as Christians, and particularly as Pastors of the Church, before God and history… In the hope of soon encountering you once more, I ask you to pray for me and to bless me…”
Francis calls the “Church” of the schismatics “beloved”. Francis says the schismatic is a Pastor of the Church “before God and history”. Francis then asks him to pray for him and bless him.
Francis’ 9/5/19 address:
“I thank the members of different religious confessions who have joined us, and those who do not belong to any particular religious tradition… You are experiencing that all of us are necessary: with our differences, we are all necessary. Our differences are necessary.”
The apostate Francis promotes differences in religious beliefs as a positive thing.
Francis’ 9/9/19 discourse:
“… benefit from the richness of various cultural and religious traditions.”
Francis’ 9/9/19 speech to authorities, civil society and the diplomatic corps:
“This sums up the history of your people, born of the arrival of migrants from different horizons and continents who brought their own traditions, cultures and religions, and gradually learned to be enriched by the difference of others…”
Francis promotes being “enriched by” false religions.
Francis’ 9/11/19 “catechesis”:
“The hospital director is a woman, a good woman who carries out AIDS research. She is a Muslim…”
You can reject the Trinity and deny that Jesus is God and be good, according to Francis.
Francis’ 9/14/19 discourse to “Eastern Catholic Bishops of Europe”:
“Both the Second Vatican Council and the Code of Canon Law for the Eastern Churches remind us that you are entrusted with a specific mission on the journey of ecumenism. In these days, you have reflected on the meaning of your ecumenical mission in the present time… Living your ecclesial traditions to the full leads you to draw from the same springs of spirituality, liturgy and theology as the Orthodox Churches. It is beautiful to be witnesses together of such great riches!”
Francis tells the “Bishops” of the Vatican II sect that they have been entrusted with a specific “ecumenical mission”. Francis describes “Orthodox” spirituality and theology as “such great riches”.
Francis’ 9/18/19 “catechesis”:
“Martyrs give their lives; they do not hide being Christian. Let us consider, a few years ago — today too there are so many — but let us consider four years ago, those Coptic Orthodox Christians, true workers, on the beach in Libya: all their throats were cut… They did not sell out their faith, because the Holy Spirit was with them. These are today’s martyrs!”
The Coptic “Orthodox” are “today’s martyrs”, according to the heretic Francis.
Francis’ 9/23/19 address giving “instruction to Vatican communications employees”:
“But what should communication be like? One of the things you must not do is advertising, mere advertising. You must not do what human businesses do, that try to attract more people… To use a technical word: you must not proselytize. I would like our communication to be Christian and not a factor of proselytism. It is not Christian to proselytize. Benedict XVI said this very clearly…”
Francis says that it is not Christian to “try to attract more people” to the Catholic faith.
The following is a translation of an introductory note written by Francis (taken from the 9/27/19 issue of L’Osservatore Romano) “for Franca Giansoldati’s new book, ‘L’alfabeto verde di Papa Francesco. Salvare la Terra e vivere felici’” (The green alphabet of Pope Francis. Save the Earth and live happily).”  No date was given in the newspaper for Francis’ note.
Thank you for your latest publication that highlights the need for a great-hearted green revolution. In recent years I have spoken many times about the environmental emergency and how, for everyone, first and foremost Christians, it is necessary to change our lifestyle… We are still in time to reverse the headlong course to the abyss… But we need a revolution from the ground up, which begins with everyday behavior…”
Francis calls for “a great-hearted green revolution” to save humanity from the “abyss”, but he holds that it’s wrong to try to convert people to Catholicism to save them from the real abyss.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 7, 2019, p. 11.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 7, 2019, p. 12.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 7, 2019, p. 3.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 21, 2019, p. 11.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 14, 2019, p. 12.
 L’Osservatore Romano, June 28, 2019, pp. 8-9.
 L’Osservatore Romano, July 5, 2019, pp. 5,8.
 L’Osservatore Romano, July 5, 2019, p. 7.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 20, 2019, p. 7.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 13, 2019, p. 4.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 13, 2019, p. 20.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 13, 2019, p. 22.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 13, 2019, p. 23.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 20, 2019, p. 5.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 20, 2019, p. 3.
 L’Osservatore Romano, September 27, 2019, p. 5.
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