Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Francis is going to a mosque!




During his trip to Turkey at the end of November, Francis will:

  • visit the tomb of Kemal Atatürk, the freemasonic founder of the modern day state of Turkey
  • meet with the President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu
  • visit the Blue Mosque, as has his predecessor Benedict XVI
  • preside over a Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit
  • attend an ecumenical prayer service with Patriarch Bartholomew I
  • celebrate the feast of Saint Andrew at the headquarters of the Ecumenical Patriarchate

This trip to Turkey has many similarities to the trip which took place earlier in the year to Israel. 

What a way to kick off the season of Advent!

9 comments:

  1. Turkey sits on the fence and encourages the slaughter in Kobani by jihadists.
    Israel pulverised Gaza.

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  2. Here we go again. They are so brazen these post-conciliar popes. They do everything that runs contrary to the Faith and then they sanctify each other. Every one of them is guilty of de facto schismatic behaviour at some point in each papacy - JP II was the worst as he spent 27 years flagrantly mediatising it.

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  3. Off topic but Mr. Voris is back pedaling from a previous report about Cdl. Burke's interview where he stated harm was being done to the church by Bergoglio:
    http://www.churchmilitant.tv/platform/?today=2014-10-22

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  4. Jesus, too, met with sinners and tax collectors, which I'm sure you'd also take issue with, being as spiritually and ecclessially correct, as you are.

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    1. Is Francis going to the mosque to preach about Christ?

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    2. Good for you anonymous....you really show yourself up for what you represent with such an ignorant remark. If you read The Gospel properly you would know Christ spared hypocrites no mercy at all while he healed sinners who understood the nature of their sinfulness by His very presence. Go and sin no more he admonished the adultress but, of course, people such as you turn a blind eye to that. Of course, we mustn't judge, must we as that would be too obsessive would it not? Indeed, we've heard nothing but that since 1965 and look at the chaos in the church now - lex supplicandi....lex credendi....lex vivendi....lex provendi.

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  5. So many stops on his journey to hell...

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  6. Dialogue with other faiths is good,but without compromising your own,Jesus spoke with pagans,but did not go to their temples to worship their gods with them,dialogue should take place on neutral ground.

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    1. He also ordered the Apostles to brush the dust off their feet where their message was not welcome. Of course, today, our cowardly hierarchs convey politically correct nonsense when they go into the temples of the devil and his minions..

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