Holocaust Memorial employee exposes the real agenda
#31
Bonifacio Wrote:"...and I believe in the Holocaust, who with the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost together is worshiped and glorified..."


oops...not the Son in the future.....
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#32
It's only 'as real' if you think Jesus was just an ordinary Jew.

Since they deny He is the Messiah, that's the only way they'll permit themselves to think of Him.

We, however, can never do so. And so, as 'real' as all those Shoah deaths are, they can never, for us, compare to the death of Jesus.

NEVER.  
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#33
LaRoza Wrote:
Walking_Home Wrote:The way this is going --displaying a Crucifix and even wearing one --will be considered anti-semitic.  And the persecution of such an "offense against the Jews" will come from within the Church.

The Celtic cross is illegal in Germany now.


Wonder-what is not illegal, other than Govt suppression of Home schooling....We created a monster in post-war reconstruction......
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#34
Belloc Wrote:
Bonifacio Wrote:"...and I believe in the Holocaust, who with the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost together is worshiped and glorified..."

oops...not the Son in the future.....

You're right, Belloc. I'll correct that.

"...and I believe in the Holocaust [bow your head], who with the Father and the Holy Ghost together is worshiped and glorified..."(emended)
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#35
cunctas_haereses Wrote:It's only 'as real' if you think Jesus was just an ordinary Jew.

Since they deny He is the Messiah, that's the only way they'll permit themselves to think of Him.

We, however, can never do so. And so, as 'real' as all those Shoah deaths are, they can never, for us, compare to the death of Jesus.

NEVER.  


True...but by now, illegal in Germany and elsewehre...there were no other terrible holocausts other than Germany, too bad for Armenians, Rawandans, etc.....
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#36
No amount of dialogue or false ecumenism will satisfy them, when will the ecumaniacs ever learn?:

Pope Benedict hopes that the memory of the Holocaust "will prompt humanity to reflect on the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the hearts of men." But statements condemning Holocaust denial and reaffirming ecumenical sentiments toward the Jewish people are not enough. Pope Benedict should affirmatively declare Holocaust denial to be heresy, and the Vatican should undertake a comprehensive program of Holocaust education.

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Valz Wrote:No amount of dialogue or false ecumenism will satisfy them, when will the ecumaniacs ever learn?:

Pope Benedict hopes that the memory of the Holocaust "will prompt humanity to reflect on the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the hearts of men." But statements condemning Holocaust denial and reaffirming ecumenical sentiments toward the Jewish people are not enough. Pope Benedict should affirmatively declare Holocaust denial to be heresy, and the Vatican should undertake a comprehensive program of Holocaust education.


They won't, too blind or too Modernist.....
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#38
Pay attention to this, from the comments in the article:

How many lives must we lose before we acknowledge that mere EDUCATION will never touch the fundamental cause of antisemitism, Christian theology, where *the Jews* are characterized as deicides for *forcing* the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate (generally recognized as a tyrant and Jew-hater by his contemporaries, but characterized as saintly in the gospels!) to condemn and crucify Jesus. The gospels even describe Pilate as washing his hands after the *forced* judgment, a decidedly Jewish act alien to the Romans. We Jews may deceive ourselves to the last survivor in our desire for acceptance in our dispersion; we may continue to sacrifice ourselves, our children and theirs in service to our denial of the obvious.

Auschwitz only continues history, did not end antisemitism. We may educate all we care to; in the end we will be subject to past treatment unless and until Christianity reforms itself. Nostre Aetate intentionally limited itself to *educating* clergy and flock, stating that todays Jews do not share the blame for deicide. Did even the Vatican effort at education succeed? Antisemitism has only increased since Nostre Aetate! Only radical reform by Christianity, removal from the gospels of their anti-Jewish incitements, will the first step towards educating away from antisemitism begin.
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#39
Valz Wrote:[all Catholics, indeed all Christians, must be taught that my brother's brutal death and the deaths of more than 1 million Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust is at least as real as the death of a Jew named Jesus in Jerusalem almost 2,000 years ago.
Valz Wrote:No amount of dialogue or false ecumenism will satisfy them, when will the ecumaniacs ever learn?
The demand for Catholics to displace reverence for the Crucifixion with reverence for the Holocaust is a demand for our eternal souls. The only solution is to reject further bargaining, profess the Catholic Faith uncompromised, and let the chips fall where they may.
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#40
We need a new Crusade soon.
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