12 Times Pope Francis Has Openly Promoted A One World Religion Or A New World Order

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Pope Francis In The Popemobile - Public DomainOn Sunday, Pope Francis told hundreds of thousands of young people gathered for World Youth Day in Poland that they need to “believe in a new humanity” and that they should refuse “to see borders as barriers”.  Every two or three years, Catholics from all over the planet converge for one of these giant conferences, and as you will see below the Pope has not been shy about using historic occasions to promote his agenda.  Unfortunately, it has become exceedingly clear that his agenda includes moving humanity toward a one world religion and a new world order.  Of course Pope Francis is not going to use those exact phrases, but at this point it is very obvious what he is trying to do.  If you don’t believe me now, perhaps you will see things differently after you have viewed the evidence that I have compiled in the rest of this article.

 

Let’s start with what the Pope had to say at the World Youth Day conference on Sunday

“People may judge you to be dreamers, because you believe in a new humanity, one that rejects hatred between peoples, one that refuses to see borders as barriers and can cherish its own traditions without being self-centered or small-minded,” Francis told his flock.

By itself, this statement is not that dramatic.  But when you put it into the context of everything else Pope Francis has done and said over the past couple of years, a clear pattern begins to emerge…

May 2016: Pope Francis welcomed one of the top Sunni clerics in the world to the Vatican, and he reportedly told the cleric that “our meeting is the message“.  And mainstream news outlets all over the planet clearly understood what was being communicated.  For example, the Daily Mail article about this meeting was entitled “Pope embraces grand imam at historic Vatican meeting in a bid to bring the Catholic and Muslim churches together“.

January 2016: The Vatican releases an extremely disturbing video in which Pope Francis declared that all of the major world religions are “seeking God or meeting God in different ways” and that ultimately “we are all children of God”.  The video also featured leaders from various major religions, and they are shown declaring fidelity to their particular gods.  First, we see a female Buddhist cleric tell us “I have confidence in the Buddha“, and that is followed by a Jewish rabbi declaring “I believe in God“.  As the video goes on, a Catholic priest announces “I believe in Jesus Christ“, and last of all an Islamic leader boldly declares “I believe in God, Allah“.  If you have not seen the video yet, you can watch the entire thing right here.  After watching that video, nobody can deny that the Vatican is openly promoting a one world religion.

November 2015: Pope Francis declared that fundamentalism, even Christian fundamentalism, is a “sickness” during remarks in which he stressed the similarity of the major religions.

September 2015: Pope Francis traveled to New York City to deliver a speech that kicked off a conference during which the United Nations unveiled a “new universal agenda” for humanity.

September 2015: During a stop at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Pope Francis stressed the unity between Christianity and Islam.  These words were directly spoken by him…

I would like to express two sentiments for my Muslim brothers and sisters: Firstly, my greetings as they celebrate the feast of sacrifice. I would have wished my greeting to be warmer. My sentiments of closeness, my sentiments of closeness in the face of tragedy. The tragedy that they suffered in Mecca.

In this moment, I give assurances of my prayers. I unite myself with you all. A prayer to almighty god, all merciful.

July 2015: During a trip to Ecuador, Pope Francis spoke of the need for “a new economic and ecological world order” in which the wealth of the planet is “shared by everyone”.

July 2015: Pope Francis denounced global capitalism and refers to its excesses as the “dung of the devil“.

June 2015: Pope Francis called for “a new global political authority” that would have the resources necessary “to deal with the world’s economic problems and injustices”.

October 2014: Pope Francis publicly embraced the theory of evolution by making statements such as these

-“When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so.”

-“The Big Bang, which today we hold to be the origin of the world, does not contradict the intervention of the divine creator but, rather, requires it.”

-“Evolution in nature is not inconsistent with the notion of creation, because evolution requires the creation of beings that evolve.”

By fully embracing the theory of evolution, Pope Francis has aligned himself with the leftist social engineers that are seeking to merge humanity into a socialist new world order, and he has aligned himself against “fundamentalists” that believe that there is one true God that created the heavens and the earth.

June 2014: For the first time in the history of Catholicism, Pope Francis authorized “Islamic prayers and readings from the Quran” at the Vatican.  In ancient times, this would have been considered blasphemy, but today nobody really even notices when something like this happens.

March 2013:

During his very first ecumenical meeting as Pope, Francis made it very clear that he believes that Christians and Muslims both “worship the one God”

I then greet and cordially thank you all, dear friends belonging to other religious traditions; first of all the Muslims, who worship the one God, living and merciful, and call upon Him in prayer, and all of you. I really appreciate your presence: in it I see a tangible sign of the will to grow in mutual esteem and cooperation for the common good of humanity.

The Catholic Church is aware of the importance of promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – I wish to repeat this: promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – it also attests the valuable work that the Pontifical Council for interreligious dialogue performs.

Can you see the pattern?

Pope Francis is all about bringing people together.  He wants to bring nations together, and he wants to bring religions together.  But in the end, what is the purpose for all of this unity?

An increasing number of “fundamentalist” Christians are concerned that Pope Francis is setting the stage for a one world religion and a new world order.  Merging all of the countries of the world into a giant superstate and merging all of the religions of the world into a single faith may sound like a good idea to many, but the truth is that it would just result in a level of tyranny that most people would not even dare to imagine.

   
  • Letfreedomring

    sounds like a democrat … imo

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    – Either Pope Francis has never read the Bible’s end-times prophecies
    – Or he has read them and doesn’t believe them
    – Or he believes them and is determined to promote a different agenda to the world

    Either option is very disturbing.

    • watchmannonthewall

      Maybe he is a Preterist?

    • Francis is promoting the devil’s plan as an anti-pope and the False Prophet of the end times.

    • Lee Carpenter

      Pope Francis is an AMillennialist, which means he believes we are in the Millennium now. I don’t see Jesus ruling from Jerusalem right now, do you?

  • jaxon64

    I think the pope’s comments solidify Catholicism’s place as pure religiosity.
    In truth, if one reads the scriptures and follows what Jesus taught ( and I’m not espousing any “my way is right and every body else is doing it wrong”)–following the teachings of Christ our savior and making Him Lord of one’s life has nothing to do with “religion”.
    The term Christian never appears in the Bible. I believe that the followers of Christ are more “anti-religion”. There was no call for large congregations, large church buildings ( or any church building at all).
    I could ramble on and on, but I believe one can follow Christ and be a light in the world and deep studier of the Word without any “religion” at all. I have accepted Christ’s atonement for my sins and professed with my lips that Jesus is Lord–I do not need a worldly organization, a pope, an imam or anything else to be accepted by the God of Creation for I am cleansed by the power of the blood of the lamb of God.

    • Steve

      The word Christian never in the bible? I suggest you look up Acts 11:26

      • jaxon64

        I stand corrected–the people of ancient Antioch did refer to the apostles and new converts as “Christians”. I am fine with the word Christian as in meaning one who has given his life over to the Lord Jesus Christ.
        Unfortunately, recent surveys show that although 78% of Americans still identify as Christian, less than 1/3 believe that the Bible is the Word of God and that Christ is the only way to heaven.

    • Rhialto the Marvellous

      You don’t need church to be a Christian, but Hebrews 10:25 says to not forsake the assembling of ourselves together.
      I’ve heard many people over the years say that “they don’t need church.” Without exception they’re immature, carnal Christians who have a very limited understanding of the Word of God. That’s fine if all you want is to escape hell. But if you want to know God’s heart, if you want an intimate relationship with him, if you want to become all he intended you to be in this world, then yes, you need church.

      • jaxon64

        I attend bible studies and my friends are also believers and deeply involved in the community. I do not need to assemble in a large building which is under the dictates of a vile earthly govt system which tells pastors what they may say or lose their exempt status.

        I sat in churches for decades–the final one had a great band, funny pastor with scripted “series” preaching. There was a drama team that did morality skits–a large screen with words to the songs as the chorus would be sung a few dozen times over and over in an almost dirge.

        What was the tipping point?

        I had invited many people to church over the years and even gave rides out of my way—I had invited one man who eventually had his whole family coming on their own weekly. He joined the choir, his wife taught Sunday School or nursery volunteered–took many of the “classes”.

        A year or two later I took him to a hockey game. We discussed the Bible and Christ on the drive. After 2 years in this “Christian Church”, my friend had not yet been saved, in fact, did not even really know about sin/redemption/Christ’s atonement or our Holy God.

        I looked back at the churches sermons on-line and realized, the pastor never mentions sin in those pre-packaged series sermons like ” how to be a Christian parent”…”How to be Christian with your finances”..”How to Keep Love in Your Marriage”—all great topics, but how sad that hundreds had visited that church over the past few years and never heard the message of salvation.

        You may throw backhanded insults like “immature, carnal Christian” but remember how we are supposed to quietly chastise our brothers in Christ?

        I can guarantee you that I read more scripture from the infallible Word of God than 99% of your churchgoers and my thoughts are constantly towards my heavenly home as I seek first the kingdom of God.

        8Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think on these things.

        • watchmannonthewall

          Sounds alot like the “church” I attended for 25 years with the same outcome. The pastor was serving the Lord until he managed to grow it to the point of getting a $3 million new sanctuary and then over the next two years it became all about statistics.
          Thousands of people have been saved there in the last 15 years, but the church has only grown from 600 to 1300 in the same period, whereas it went from 40 people to 600 in the 15 years before that. My wife and I left and now meet with others in various homes in the area. We often spend 3-4 hours or or more in interactive Bible study as compared to the 35 minute weekly lecture from the pulpit.
          You quote a very important Pauline instruction from Phillipians 4 at the end! “Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.” If we are thinking on the right things we will be purifying our hearts through the Word and we will eventually see Him!

        • GV

          “…the dictates of a vile earthly govt system which tells pastors what they may say or lose their tax exempt status….”

          if your church wants to get involved in politics then it needs to pay taxes like any other orgainization

  • PK Hodges

    In early 2011, I heard for the first time about a prophet named Malachy who listed each pope all the way through history. He made up a list of 112 of them, and gave each one a short identifying phrase. According to Malachy’s list, the very last pope would be known as Petrus Romanos, or Peter the Roman. it is a play on words. Plus he wears a “St. Peter’s ring on his finger. This guy is a word player from the word ‘go’, and a very silver tongued orator who has the worldlies eating out of his hand. Many churcified ones are as fooled as the worldlies, and for these lost and totally blind Shepherds and leaders who are white washed.
    Back to 2011, though and on with my story. One year later, Spring 2012, I heard a rumour out of Italy. The rumour was that Pope Benedict was planning to resign because of ill health. The following year, 2013, he stepped down. On the very night of his resignation, lightning struck the St. Peter’s Basilica, Catholicism’s holiest place.
    Many other signs, too many to name in this comment, have followed.

    It’s pretty clear who pope Francis is. As soon as he was elected pope, I got a letter from a well known evangelist I used to support. He was calling for everyone, all believers to do what? UNITE with this pope and the Catholic church. I was stunned and oh so shaken by this letter. I knew it was late, but I believed all that stuff I’d been taught. “Relax, relax. It’s not late…It’s early, early, early.12 things have to happen first before the Lord Jesus Comes back.”
    These twelve things included the entire church being rescued from persecution that every prophet, Apostle, and early believer had to endure. Jesus even said time and time again that we would suffer if we lived righteously, just as he suffered. But hey, not us? What made us so special? Total escape from persecution was just too good of an ear tickler. The entire church wanted to believe it. I knew that I would not leave here cause I was raised up to be a door opener for Jesus, and it’s a little hard to do that when I’m not here to open the door. So I knew that we were very close to the end, but the Lord had not yet revealed to me who the False prophet was, or who the Antichrist was.Then came that letter. I brought it straight to the Lord, cause something had just hit me. It was much, much later than I thought. There I was down on my knees before the Lord praying the pure Word of God. My eyes widened and I gasped, “Is pope Francis the Antichrist?” I asked. “Is he?”
    No answer. Just silence at first. So I asked another question, “Are we IN the tribulation period, Lord? Are we in it right now?”
    i waited for a moment, then I reasked the first question. This time He answered. “You will know them by their fruits.”
    A true follower of the Lord Jesus Christ will speak truth. The pope may be silver tongued, but every time he opens his mouth crooked words that contradict the Word of God come out. He speakahs world-speak and look around, the world hears him. They not only hear him. They think he is the best thing since sliced bread, and they follow at his heels like little puppy dogs.
    He is a pope of many firsts, but our Lord Jesus Christ is the first and the last, the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End.
    The pope is earthy. The Lord Jesus Christ is heavenly. The pope does not follow him, but he has come in his own name and him all the dead and sleeping ones will hear, while we, the living ones, hear the voice of one above all others, the voice of the Holy One who died to set us free and was raised again for our justification.
    The pope heads the smallest kingdom (the little horn in Daniel) in the world. Our Lord Jesus heads a kingdom who will break the worldly kingdom into smithereens, like dust in the wind, the whole great image will crash to the ground.
    The pope is not the Antichrist. The pope is the False Prophet, the head of the Beastly boys in Revelation 13 and 17.
    Here is what John said first about it (Yes, I do mean it because it is an image without life, a dead thing that dead man without hope is worshipping.)
    “And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and it had two horns like a lamb, and it spake as a dragon.

    And he exercises all the power of the first beast before it, and causes the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.

    And it does great wonders, so that it makes fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,

    And deceives them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which it had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.

    And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.

    And it causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

    And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

    Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

    Jesus said to me, “You shall know them by their fruits.”
    And He was just as right about that as He always is. When we look at their fruit in the light of the Word, and not the other way around, this false prophet and the Antichrist system are unmissable.

    Pray for the great end time harvest of the World. It’s a now thing, cause it’s not “Relax, relax, it’s early, early, early. It’s make ready, watch, be alert, the hour is later than you think.

    He who has ears let him hear the Spirit of the Lord.

  • Thomas

    I am a 48 year old cradle Roman Catholic from India and have been following your blog (from india) for a few years. I felt compelled to post a comment on this particular post for obvious reasons. American Catholic archbishop Fulton Sheen once famously remarked – quote “There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be.” unquote .You have been doing commendable work in exposing the machinations of the beast through the New World Order. You also point out that the general populace is naive and ignorant about the collapse of civilization as we know it, and they seem to be least bothered about it. Might it be possible that you are in the same frame of mind when it comes to your perception of the Catholic Church. As an ardent follower of Jesus ( Christianity in India is prevalent from apostolic times and the Gospel was preached in India by the apostle St Thomas) , I invite you to study Catholic history and tradition ( especially early church fathers ) with as much zeal and sincerity as well as an unprejudiced mind as you do in researching your blog posts.
    God Bless

    • Maximilian Grunte

      Very well said. Pax Vobiscum.

    • Lee Carpenter

      Yes, I recommend especially Catholics study the true history of the Catholic Church, the lives of the Popes, the history of Indulgences, The Inquisition, the Burning at the Stake, the Persecution of the Jewish People and More, much much more.

      • THOMAS

        As a catholic I have studied all the issues you mentioned above. I humbly suggest that you do the same but most importantly from AUTHENTIC catholic sources so you can get the required justifications from the horses mouth. Most protestants study the Catholic church, its history, the deeds and misdeeds of its followers from anti-catholic sources. A small example will clarify my position. America nuked Japan in WW2. It was an evil act. Should I ( as a citizen of India) believe that all Americans are evil people since they elected the government that took the decision which killed thousands of innocent people. Or should I analyse the justification of the Government and see the good that came out of the act? Shouldn’t I also not study the good that the majority of American people have done in all other spheres of life, to classify them as good or evil? Mind you, this just one example. We can cite so many atrocities committed by America, especially in recent history. My main point is that one should study history with an unprejudiced mind. If not, one will draw conclusions that suit his mind and most importantly —–his heart.

  • Robert

    The RC church preaches another gospel. They reject THE gospel and solo scriptura. They do not believe that anyone outside the RC church has a part in salvation. Their current pope is an Argentine Marxist who believes in “liberation theology”. Nothing that comes from his mouth is trustworthy. You can quote directly from scripture and a RC will say, “but the pope says this or the church believes that…”. They believe that Mary is as important to the gospel as Jesus Himself. With the RC church, truth is a moving target.

    In the US and Western Europe, Christianity has been discarded. You can see the ongoing results of that especially in the two candidates for president. It remains to be seen what will be the long term results of denying the God of the Bible.

    • chriscas

      Granted this Pope is saying some things that are clearly off the rails. He is upsetting many Catholic traditionalists as well as evangelicals. But…just for starters, truth is not a moving target to our faith, no matter how many screwy idea you might hear these days from Catholics. (Incidentally there was a Catholic priest by the name of Luther who came up with some striking misconceptions himself…oh that included solA scriptura! At least get the term right!) Oh and who do you think gave you the Bible, it was that looney RC church!

      • iris

        But the Tenach was around for many centuries and the NT was written and dispersed around various countries over 200 years before the RCC came into existence. They don’t have a corner on Christianity or the Bible.

    • TarHeel70

      Practically nothing you just wrote about the Catholic Church has any basis in fact. (Well, except for the part about Pope Francis being an Argentine Marxist. That’s pretty much irrefutable.) The Catholic Church does NOT reject the Gospel, and in fact preaches it in its fullness. The Church states unequivocally that people outside her visible boundaries — in other words, non-Catholics — can be saved. The Church does NOT teach that Mary is as important as Jesus — I mean, Jesus CREATED her; simple logic dictates that she is infinitely inferior to Him. You’ve simply parroted the same nonsensical statements that anti-Catholics have been spreading for the last 500 years. If you would be interested in learning what the Catholic Church actually teaches, the Catechism is available for free online. I recommend you seek it out.

      • Joan Camara

        One day, I hope u wake up to what the catholic church is. We already know the pope is going to be the “false prophet”. I say, with all the catholic church evil symbolism, this church has a LOT to do with end times.

        • TarHeel70

          You write: “We already know the pope is going to be the ‘false prophet'” — when in fact we know no such thing. Anti-Catholic fundamentalists obviously believe it (that the pope is either the False Prophet or the Antichrist), but they believe it for silly and unbiblical reasons. I do, however, agree wholeheartedly with your statement that the Catholic Church will have “a LOT to do with [the] end times.” Given that the Catholic Church was founded by Christ Himself, it seems entirely reasonable that the Church would have quite a bit to do with the so-called End Times.

          • Lee Carpenter

            I just don’t see that in the Bible, Jesus founded the Catholic Church. sorry all the initial followers of Christ, thus, Christians were either Jews or Greeks.

          • TarHeel70

            You are quite right about the first Christians being Jews and Greeks. And the Church today still has Jews and Greeks — and Africans and Asians and Aboriginal people the world over. As the Church spread, its demographic makeup naturally changed and expanded. Unless you are arguing that every Christian church today must be made up of Jews and Greeks, I fail to see your point.

        • Jiggy

          The end times? The end is far off .
          After this Anglo – German culture will be a Slavic culture and then an eastern European culture where Russia will be on top. Russia with it’s true teachings of orthodox Christianity will grow and spread real Christianity, not this warped version in the west.

      • Lee Carpenter

        Well if you say the Rosary, you are praying to Mary, and we are warned against praying to dead people in the book of Leviticus, and Mary is dead and we finite beings here on earth cannot talk to anybody in heaven other than the Trinity.

        • TarHeel70

          Actually, when we pray the rosary, we pray to the Trinity (the so-called “Glory be” prayer), to God the Father (the traditional “Our Father” prayer), to Jesus (the so-called “Fatima prayer”), and yes, to Mary (the “Hail Mary” prayer).
          As for Mary being dead, you’re wrong: she’s more alive than you and I, as are all the souls in heaven. (Anti-Catholic fundamentalists are way more focused on Mary than we Catholics are; they seem to overlook tat we also pray to all the saints — St Joseph, St Mary Magdalene, St Francis, et al.)

      • Rock

        I grew up in the Catholic church and took catechism classes in high school. At the age of 31 I got saved. Not one time in my catholic life did anyone ever tell me how to be saved. Bible believing Baptists told me how. I quit the Catholic church and became a Baptist because they believe that the word of God is the sole authority of all faith and practice, and that Jesus Christ is the head of the church, not the pope. You need to study the perverse doctrine of ‘papal infallibility’, to see what the catholic church truly is. The catholic church DOES NOT believe a sinner is saved by grace through faith ONLY (as the Bible teaches), and not works. Priests do not have the authority to forgive sins. Only God does. I do pray that God leads you to salvation and shows you these truths as HE has shown me. Read FOX’S book of Martyrs, or the booklet, Trail of Blood, to see how the catholic church murdered millions of Baptists and other non Catholics during the dark ages. Google: What must I do to be saved. God bless your open heart for truth.

        • TarHeel70

          Rock –
          I appreciate your sincerity, and I want nothing of what follows to imply that I don’t.
          I was once, like you, an anti-Catholic fundamentalist. I believed that the Catholic Church was apostate and pagan, “the great whore of Babylon” whose leader, the pope, was simultaneously the “little horn” mentioned in Daniel and the False Prophet mentioned in Revelation. I believed the Catholic Church taught a “works righteousness” — a salvation by works. I believed the Catholic Church worshiped Mary. I believed the Catholic Church condemned all non-Catholics to hell. I believed that the Catholic Church has been brought into existence by the emperor Constantine, and that it has subsequently persecuted and driven underground Christ’s true church, the “little flock” of which He’d spoken. (And naturally, I insisted that my own doctrinal beliefs corresponded completely to those taught by the persecuted “little flock.”) In short, I believed that the Catholic Church could not be considered Christian in the proper sense.
          I could give you a thousand reasons why I later became Catholic, but they can all be boiled down to a single essence: Catholic Christianity is true.
          At a certain point I realized that I knew not a single thing about the Catholic Church — well, nothing apart from what I’d heard ant-Catholic preachers say, and what I’d read in anti-Catholic books and Jack Chick tracts. Prompted to study the Church’s ACTUAL teachings — ironically, I was prompted by an ant-Catholic Southern Baptist roommate — I realized in a fairly short stretch of time that practically nothing I’d ever been told about Catholicism was true. Not even a little bit.
          I entered the Church at Easter, 1992, and it’s been the one undeniably good decision I’ve ever made. (My life has unfortunately been filled with unnecessary drama caused by my frequent nincompoop decisions.)
          Catholicism is not some kind of gloomy ritualism in which one sweatily works his or her way to heaven; “works righteousness” is simply unknown to the Church. “With regard to God, there is no strict right to any merit on the part of man. Between God and us there is an immeasurable inequality, for we have received everything from him, our Creator” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 2007). Obviously, we are capable of good works. In fact, Christ Himself says that we will be judged according to our works (Matthew 25:32-45). However, even our good works must ultimately be attributed to Christ: “Man’s merit, moreover, itself is due to God, for his good actions proceed in Christ, from the predispositions and assistance given by the Holy Spirit” (Catechism of the catholic Church, paragraph 2008). The idea, then, that Catholics must “work their way to heaven,” or somehow “earn it,” is simply untrue. And frankly, the whole idea is kinda silly: why would anyone join the Church if salvation were contingent upon a never-ending slog of “works” to make God love them?
          Indeed, it is for this reason that no one in the Catholic Church ever told you “how to be saved.” Salvation is not something you “do,” salvation is something you receive. It’s a gift, a grace, something unmerited. It’s not the “result” of some particular act –like saying a so-called “sinner’s prayer” and wham! you’re saved! Our salvation is Christ, the origin and end of all things.
          As for papal infallibility, it is not, as you describe it, a “perverse doctrine,” but rather the logical consequence of Christ changing Simon’s name to Peter. And in any case, papal infallibility is something quite different from what you imagine. A pope can’t make up something new; he can only re-propose what the Church has always taught.
          Can a man be infallible? Of course. When I say that 1+1=2, I’m making an infallible pronouncement. Not because I’m a genius, or because God is giving me some kind of special power — but rather because I’m repeating something already established as true. The doctrine of papal infallibility, so misunderstood by non-Catholics, is the same thing. In fact whether you choose to admit it or not, you already accept a form of papal infallibility, for you believe that Peter’s two New Testament letters are free from error. Neither letter makes a direct claim of infallibility, yet you believe they are pure and error-free. (This is one of the many conundrums brought about by the Protestant doctrine of sola scriptura: you believe that individual books and letters are divinely inspired and infallible when in fact they never make such a claim. Sola scriptura, therefore, proposes something monstrously illogical: every doctrine we believe must be found explicitly in scripture — EXCEPT the doctrine that every doctrine we believe must be found explicitly in scripture.)
          Finally, as for your contention that the Church has “murdered millions of Baptists and other non-Catholics,” I will only suggest (gently, of course) that you lay aside polemical works such as Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (a volume that even Protestant historians concede is largely fiction), and simply consult an encyclopedia. While there is no shortage of embarrassing moments in the Church’s 2000-year history (how could there be? The Church is made up of sinners), the fact remains that the Church has never murdered millions of anybody.
          Anyway, I apologize for getting so long-winded.
          The Church would love to have you back. Not because “it’s a numbers thing,” but because we are made for happiness.

        • Anthony

          Not true, at least publicly. Severalyears ago, Anglican Bishop Tony Palmer did a public announcement with Pope Francis saying that the EC DOES agree with this doctrine, and that “the Protestant Reformation is over.” A bunch of bologna, sure, but still.

    • Lee Carpenter

      Yes, I was married to a Catholic, and forced to go to that church, but thank God, after my three daughters attended 12 years of Catholic schooling, they left the church on their own, and are all, now, born again Christians. I am so blessed. But we do know a lot about that church. Anybody can find out the role of the Jesuit order. A lot of people think Pope Francis took that name after Francis d’Assisi, but it really was after Francis Xavier, co-founder of the Jesuit order, Francis d’Assisi was a Franciscan Priest. Go to Wikipedia.

  • Francis is an anti-pope, a fake pope. He is the second beast of Revelation 13, the False Prophet.

    • Tatiana Covington

      Nah. He’s just a man.

      • The False Prophet is a very bad man (not fallen angel).

    • Jimmy Yost

      The beast and the false prophet aren’t humans, they are fallen angels like Lucifer/Satan. The dragon (Satan) is a fallen angel and is the most powerful (and evil) of the fallen angels. In Rev. 13:2 the Apostle John said: “And the beast I saw was like unto a leopard and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion. And the dragon gave him his power, his seat, and great authority.” Satan occupies the heavenly realm (per Rev. 12:10) and the beast does his bidding on earth. He is the leader of the fallen angels on earth.

      In ancient times the fallen angels’ first known contact with humans was with the ancient Canaanites. The leader of the fallen angels (the beast) let it be known to them that he wanted to be called ‘Baal.’ Centuries later the Assyrians and Babylonians called him ‘Bel.’ Centuries later the Greeks called him ‘Cronos.’ Then later the Romans called him ‘Saturn.’ The Hindus called him ‘Indra.’ Same spirit but going by different names in different time periods and in different cultures. The Apostle John called him ‘The Spirit of Antichrist.’ He also called him ‘The Beast.’

      The false prophet is also a fallen angel, and is the second most powerful (and evil) of the fallen angels on earth. It is a male angel masquerading as female. The Canaanites called him/her ‘Ashtaroth.’ Other Canaanite names for her were ‘Astarte’ and ‘Anath.’ The Babylonians called her ‘Asherah.’ The Greeks and Romans called her ‘Rhea.’ The Apostle John called her the false prophet. The early church fathers called her ‘The Jezebel Spirit.’

      • Nope, they are humans fully in bed with Satan. “The man of sin” etc. The 6th Seal will be opened before Easter 2017 and you will understand.

  • Thomas

    Amen to that Brother

  • Jock Coalman

    The Catholic Church replaces Christ with Mary. Thus, ALL Popes have always been anti-Christs…

    John 14:6

    6 Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

  • Jimmy Yost

    From the looks of things the so-called ‘Pope’ doesn’t have much importance in the grand scheme. He is merely a top-down-control pawn of the NWO oligarchs who is being used to advertise their demoniac agendas. He is one with them in spirit but has nowhere near the demonic power they have. He isn’t even supposed to look powerful, he’s supposed to look all holy and humble and deceive people via that facade. Whatever works.

    • Joan Camara

      Wait for it…he’ll be the “false prophet”!

  • vaccine injured eunuch

    I was quickly banned from Lifesitenews for saying how many people the Catholic Church killed. (Yes I used a neutral name.)

  • Joan Camara

    So everyone is good, and we must love everyone. Wrong, unless you want to love satan, and everything he stand for. So we should love all sin too?

    • iris

      Agree. I don’t hate RCC Catholics, and know several whom I would consider born again believers. But I do disagree with some of what the RCC teaches, and with a good deal of what history has shown they have done to Non Catholics and Jews. Did the current pope say recently that he believes fundamental/evangelical Christians are extremists? Sometimes, fish have to swim upstream to spawn. I’d rather be perceived as an evil, intolerant kook and stay close to God than fit the ideology of a globalist pope who is going against good teachings which are still in the RCC. I’m sad to see that most RCC folk aren’t shouting disagreement with his tack, from the rooftops.

  • Truthseeker

    Second Beast of Revelation 13

  • jiggy

    Why are comments being moderated?

  • xyz

    wHAT DID U SMOKE?

  • Jiggy

    Please stop moderating comments.

  • Jiggy

    So much for freedom of speech. You say certain words which are recognised and then your comment gets sent through to be approved. I did not say anything wrong, only the truth .

  • Jiggy

    Some forms of Christianity are degenerate. The truth is only the Russian orthodox Christianity teaches the higher truths concerning Jesus Christ and Christianity. The catholic and Anglican churches should be burnt down. (empty of course) because their teachings do more harm than good.

  • Dolores

    Ah, the Wholly Buybull. Look up Mauro Biglino or Gerald Calrk77 to find the truth Condemnation without investigation of everything is chosen ignorance. Realisation opens up the way to Christ conscious co-creation!

  • Dolores

    The Jesuits are hidden Jews.

    • Lee Carpenter

      I have no idea how you get this. Better read the Bible.

  • jiggy123

    The impulse of Christ and his moral love is the only way to achieve real unification among humanity. The free will of each individual should decide. If it is forced upon then it is the workings of evil. Trespassing against one’s free will is what Jesuits do.
    Christ does not force unification, only his opponent does. This is the biggest distinction in all of this. Look at the European Union for proof of a forced unification against the will of the people. It’s backfiring because people are having their free will tramped all over.
    We are not equal to other races, cultures, nations, religions, or even sinners and criminals until unity through the impulse of Christ is achieved, until the spirit in our heart has united with Christ.

  • jiggy123

    The impulse of Christ and his moral love is the only way to achieve real unification among humanity. The free will of each individual should decide. If it is forced upon then it is the workings of evil. Trespassing against one’s free will is what Jesuits do.
    Christ does not force unification, only his opponent does. This is the biggest distinction in all of this. Look at the European Union for proof of a forced unification against the will of the people. It’s backfiring because people are having their free will tramped all over.
    We are not equal to other races, cultures, nations, religions, or even sinners and criminals until unity through the impulse of Christ is achieved, until the spirit in our heart has united with Christ.

  • jiggy123

    Big B A N G is censored

  • jiggy123

    The words BIG B A N G are censored.

  • jiggy123

    How can the B I G B A N G theory be in any way related to Christianity? The two do not go together.
    Creation did not begin coincidently from a big b a n g, but was a well orchestrated plan of god and his many angels who hold Love, Wisdom, Intelligence and Will we can only dream of, which carries the power to create and sustain life. The Creation of earth and earthly life began in spiritual worlds and was then materialised into matter. Matter which is an illusion to our eyes and not the true reality. Matter is what Lucifer and Satan caused from their input.

  • SantosGarcia

    He fits the Rev. 13 description of the False Prophet: https://zionsgate.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/939/

  • iris

    Only Jesus Christ is the head of the Church, which is comprised of all who have, do or will put their hope and trust in Him alone as God come in the flesh and their personal savior, not a pope or a pastor, not a denomination or a church.

  • GV

    “…November 2015: Pope Francis declared that fundamentalism, even Christian fundamentalism, is a “sickness”….”

    he got that one right

    “…July 2015: Pope Francis denounced global capitalism and refers to its excesses as the “dung of the devil“….”
    another one he got right, because today we don’t have capitalism, we have fascism (the merger of state and corporate powers)

  • Pastor

    I find it interesting that I can pick out the denominations based on posts. The EC church is going to do exactly what this article says it will do. They will pass a mandatory worship law for Sunday’s, dividing the world between those who worship on Sabbath (Saturday), and those who continue to follow the RC and worshipon Sunday (recently, the RC admitted to changing the Sabbath day of worship, claiming to have that authority, when no person has the authority to change what God has ordained). The worst part, is that this is the last thing prophesized to happen before God sends the final judgments upon unbelievers. Oh, make no mistake, there will have been signs and wonders in heaven and on earth leading up to that, but mark my words: see the truth that when anyone or any group seeks to put anyone, any person, or anything in place of Christ at the center of worship, it is wrong, and is a form of idolatry.

    • Pastor

      Sorry, a typo early on in my post: I meant RC not EC.

      • Kim

        Sabbath was done away with. There is no sabbath observance in Christianity anymore.

  • Kim

    Three arms or prongs of corruption that need to go: politics, corrupted finance and religion. The unholy “trinity”.