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Holy Father Foreshadows Assisi Meeting as a Battle Cry Against Relativism: Feast of Peter and Paul
Editor: Paying close attention to what the Holy Father is saying in his address to the Patriarch of Constantinople on the Feast of Peter and Paul, he points to his intention at this coming Assisi to declare the truth of the Gospel and a decisive attack on relativism.

Benedict XVI received the delegation of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople for the event of the high feast of St. Peter and Paul. by Armin Schwibach

Rome (kath.net/as)The event of the high feast of St. Peter and Paul, which will be celebrated tomorrow on Wednesday, began today with a visit of the Ecumenical Patriarchate on its traditional visit to Rome. The representative of the Patriarch was received by Pope Benedict XVI.

In his address Benedict XVI stressed that Jesus, the Lord, had given the task to the Apostles, to be the witnesses of the Gospel of Salvation. The Apostles had brought this mission to its completion and proved their faith in Christ by a bloody sacrifice of their lives and the love of the Father.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...eting.html
So Benedict is going to Assisi to tell the other religions of the world they are wrong?
(06-29-2011, 03:53 AM)Someone1776 Wrote: [ -> ]So Benedict is going to Assisi to tell the other religions of the world they are wrong?
I sure hope so.
It is going to be interesting to see what he will do
(06-29-2011, 05:44 AM)Teresia Wrote: [ -> ]It is going to be interesting to see what he will do

Agreed.
(06-29-2011, 03:53 AM)Someone1776 Wrote: [ -> ]So Benedict is going to Assisi to tell the other religions of the world they are wrong?

If the Holy Father actually does this, preaching categorically that people must convert, ceremoniously and ritually, to the Catholic Church and reject all previous beliefs that are incorrect, the full force of the world will come down on the Church.  

The deviants who conducted their grotesque sins through the Church will no longer be kept under a sort of 'house arrest;' governments will make life miserable for all Priests and attempt to steal what wealth the Church has.  Hate crime laws will be railroaded through limiting how much missionary work can be done.  Entire Bishops conferences will go into formal schism.

While we do have to wait and see, I expect the same garbage to be dumped on Assisi, with the only difference being great attempts to limit pictures and video of certain goings on.
The article suggests that the Pope wants to use Assisi to attack secular relativism, not heresy or paganism. And I think that if he can avoid the JP II version of Assisi he will be quite right and intelligent. Some kind of religion is better than no religion or the war against all religion, which is what we are seeing in the West. He has many battlefronts and this is one of them.
(06-29-2011, 09:25 AM)kingtheoden Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-29-2011, 03:53 AM)Someone1776 Wrote: [ -> ]So Benedict is going to Assisi to tell the other religions of the world they are wrong?

If the Holy Father actually does this, preaching categorically that people must convert, ceremoniously and ritually, to the Catholic Church and reject all previous beliefs that are incorrect, the full force of the world will come down on the Church.  

The deviants who conducted their grotesque sins through the Church will no longer be kept under a sort of 'house arrest;' governments will make life miserable for all Priests and attempt to steal what wealth the Church has.  Hate crime laws will be railroaded through limiting how much missionary work can be done.  Entire Bishops conferences will go into formal schism.

Good, I hope it does!!! Bring it on baby!!!!  Pray
(06-29-2011, 03:53 AM)Someone1776 Wrote: [ -> ]So Benedict is going to Assisi to tell the other religions of the world they are wrong?

If there was no question mark and you were the pope's right hand man, it would sure be a welcome start.
Don't get your hopes up. He will not condemn religious error, nor will he condemn the principles of the revolution. This is a publicity stunt.

And may God grant that I am wrong. Amen.
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