Friday, October 28, 2016

Antje Jackelén speaks about Francis’ upcoming visit

‘Archbishop’ Antje & Francis are partners in crime



The Lutheran Church of Sweden is:
  • pro-contraception,
  • pro-abortion,
  • pro-homosexual,
  • pro-female clergy,
  • doesn’t believe in Transubstantiation,
  • or the the Real Presence of Our Lord,
  • and much, much, more!




“You said there are many things you like about the Catholic Church, others not so much. What do I like about the Lutheran Church and what do I not like?  I really like good Lutherans, Lutherans who really practice their faith in Jesus Christ. What I don’t like are lukewarm Catholics and lukewarm Lutherans.”

5 comments:

  1. Lutherans Lesbian bishop, Eva Brunne, and Antje Jackelen (militant in favor of homosexual pseudo-marriage) are expecting that Bergoglio change the Catholic doctrine on homosexuality and accept women ordination. https://www.msn.com/es-xl/noticias/otras/el-papa-es-una-esperanza-de-reforma-dicen-los-luteranos-de-suecia/ar-AAjvcwf

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  2. “Proselytism is a sinful attitude,” he continued. “It would be like transforming the Church into an organization. Speaking, praying, working together: this is the path that we must take.”-Francis
    He added “Luther wanted to remedy a complex situation,” he said, explaining that the gesture “also because of the political situations... became a ‘state’ of separation, and not a process of reform of the whole Church, which is fundamental, because the Church is semper reformanda (always reforming).”

    He also spoke of the ecumenism of blood and the recent prayer encounter in Assisi, insisting that you can never use God to justify violence.

    When asked for a final word on his upcoming trip, Pope Francis said that what came to him spontaneously to say “is simply: go, walk together! Don’t remain closed in rigid perspectives, because in these there is no possibility of reform.”

    Idolatry, he said, is “a false religion" and "wrong religiosity.”

    On the other hand, "true religions are the development of the capacity that humanity has to transcend itself towards the absolute," he said, adding that the religious phenomenon is transcendent and it has to do with truth, beauty, goodness and unity.”

    -TRUE RELIGIONS-

    http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/pope-francis-talks-sweden-catholic-lutheran-dialogue-in-new-interview-71103/

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  3. His very presence is an scandel ,it is in fact an endorsement of a degenerate heretic. Martin Luther on the Dignity and Majesty of God

    “I look upon God no better than a scoundrel” (ref. Weimar, Vol. 1, Pg. 487. Cf. Table Talk, No. 963).
    “Christ committed adultery first of all with the women at the well about whom St. John tell’s us. Was not everybody about Him saying: ‘Whatever has He been doing with her?’ Secondly, with Mary Magdalen, and thirdly with the women taken in adultery whom He dismissed so lightly. Thus even, Christ who was so righteous, must have been guilty of fornication before He died.” (ref. Trishreden, Weimer Edition, Vol. 2, Pg. 107. – What a great blasphemy from a man who is regarded as “great reformer”!).
    “I have greater confidence in my wife and my pupils than I have in Christ” (ref. Table Talk, 2397b).
    “It does not matter how Christ behaved – what He taught is all that matters” (ref. Erlangen Vol. 29, Pg. 126). http://www.davidlgray.info/blog/2013/09/500-years-of-protestantism-the-33-most-ridiculous-things-martin-luther-ever-wrote/

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  4. "Speaking, praying, working together: this is the path that we must take.”--with Lutherans. Not so much working together for Cardinal Sarah, Burke or any of the truly Catholic prelates.

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  5. Burke & Sarah are not valid Roman Catholic clergy as they were installed in the Paul VI doubtful rites of 'holy orders' plus they accept the heretical novus ordo religion.
    Ironically the French Lutherans practice the novus ordo "mass" in its entirety.Its completely compatible for Protestant people to practice what goes down at every novus ordo "parish". That alone speaks volumes!

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