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Monday, June 22, 2015

Pope Francis: Neutralizing Catholicism. Those Close To Him #2

Pope Francis likes Earth Charter.  Earth Charter likes Pope Francis.

What is Earth Charter?
"In order to consolidate this holistic vision of globalism, certain obstacles have to be smoothed out and instruments put to work. Religions in general, and in the first place the Catholic religion, figure among the obstacles that have to be neutralized."
-Consultor for the Pontifical Council for the Family, Monsignor Michel Schooyans, 2009.
Msgr. Schooyans has been a professor emeritus of Louvain University in Belgium and a world expert on demographics and world population issues.

"The Earth Charter asked us to leave behind a period of self-destruction and make a new start."
#207 of Laudato Si
written by Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernandez Pope Francis
The Catholic religion needs to be neutralized.  Isn't that great?  How ecumenical for the Holy Father to be behind that effort.  What?  Want to know more about Earth Charter?  The following quotation from Msgr. Schooyans originates from as far back as 2009, long before Laudato Si was ever conceived:
As can be seen from many recent documents from UN agencies like UNFPA, there is a trend for the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights to be supplanted by documents such as the Earth Charter. Man is considered to be the result of the evolution of matter, and he must agree to submit himself to the Great Whole. This, we are told, is the price to pay for "sustainable development". This view of Mother Earth denies man the central place in the world that was assigned to him in the 1948 Declaration.
 So.  Let's neutralize that pesky religion, Catholicism--starting, of course, with the most ardent practitioners, the Traditional Catholics.  We'll begin by disqualifying them as fools and radicals.

"Clearly, we are faced with the total denial of Christianity and the fundamental fact of Christianity, the Incarnation of the Word, the redeeming death of Christ and his glorious resurrection."
-Archbishop Lozano Barragán

I was first alerted to this information by the sleuth running Vox Cantoris.  For better, more up to date information than yours truly could hope to provide, I recommend checking out his blog daily.

Click here for the main webpage that features Msgr. Schooyans.



UPDATE:  Pope says weapons manufacturers can't call themselves Christian.  Fun stuff, this.  It'll only get better!

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