By Bro. Michael Dimond, O.S.B.
and Bro. Peter Dimond, O.S.B.
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Week of 12/17/05 – John Paul II gives the relics of two of the greatest Catholic Doctors, St. Gregory Nazienzen and St. John Chrysostom, to the Eastern Schismatics
Week of 10/29/04 – John Paul II venerates a schismatic sect again
Week of 10/15/04 – John Paul II commemorates the Schismatic Petros VII and flushes Catholic dogma down the toilet
Week of 9/17/04 – John Paul II gives the Icon of Our Lady of Kazan to the Schismatics and denies the Faith again
Week of 7/16/04 – John Paul II meets with the Schismatic “Orthodox” Patriarch Bartholomew and denies the Catholic Faith again
Week of 6/25/04 – John Paul II calls the Eastern Schismatic Sect “venerable,” and more
Week of 4/16/04 – The Vatican II Sect commemorates Mennonite “martyrdom”
Week of 3/19/04 – (Formal Heresy) – Non-Catholic “Saints” and “Martyrs” Commemorated by the Vatican II sect and John Paul II
Week of 3/5/04 – (Major Heresy) – The Vatican II sect praises and celebrates John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist sect
Week of 2/13/04 – (Major Heresy) – Antipope John Paul II denies the Council of Trent again by commemorating the heretical JD with the Lutherans on Justification
Week of 1/16/04 – (Major Heresy!) – John Paul II approves and celebrates the “lifting” of the excommunications against the “Orthodox”!
Week of 12/26/03 – Antipope John Paul II tells us: No Words of Consecration, No Problem. He approves a “Mass” as valid which has no words of Consecration!
Week of 10/17/03 – (Major Heresy) – John Paul II bestows the pectoral cross upon Rowan Williams, the Anglican “Archbishop” of Canterbury! He also sent him a telegram of congratulations.
Week of 9/19/03 – (Major Heresy) – Antipope John Paul II Rejects Trying to Convert the Eastern Schismatics – Again
*(Note: as the reader will see, not all of the heresies featured in this “Heresy of the Week” category were enunciated during the week that they are featured. We will be featuring many heresies that were enunciated during the week in which they are featured, but also many from previous months and years.)