"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Pope John Paul II the Universalist

 Pope John Paul II the Universalist
Has the Pope been giving us to Hope that All will be Saved?

True traditionalists recognize that Pope John Paul II was a subjectivist/modernist who never held the Catholic Faith. Therefore, of course, we do not recognize him as a "Saint". This will be later corrected by a Pope/Council which will have jurisdiction to do so. Let us further examine some of his unorthodox quotes on the faith as it pertains to the heresy of universalism.

The "Christian" universalist asserts that the "love and mercy" of Jesus will eventually transform and redeem all people, even if this process takes longer than our earthly lifespans. Christian Universalism is the conviction that the love of Christ will eventually overcome all rebellion, hatred and selfishness. This perspective cannot conceive of Christ's final victory as including even one person writhing in eternal torment, alienated from God.  No we know why modernists dont believe in hell. The heresy of Universalism "ties in" with modernism (synthesis of all heresies).

In the mind of the "Christian" universalist, the existence of eternal separation from God would represent a less-than-complete victory of the Lamb. Christian Universalism looks forward to the complete reconciliation of all things and all people to God through Jesus Christ - even if it takes a very long time. There are a variety of nuanced "Christian" Universalist perspectives, as a little bit of research will reveal. But the basic idea is simple: The eternal alienation of anyone from God would represent a less-than-complete victory for the love and self-sacrifice of Jesus. This puts into perspective the Conciliar Church's "push" for their erroneous understanding of Mercy (2015 year of "mercy"). Although, objectively speaking , Christ died for all, the Council of Trent infallibly confirms Christ "died for the many" because all would not accept Him and His Sacrifice. Furthermore, the Church traditionally teaches that few are saved and "the many" (much more than souls in heaven) go to hell.

Let us examine the words of Pope John Paul II:

“Christ, Redeemer of man, now for ever "clad in a robe dipped in blood" (Apoc, 19,13), the everlasting, invincible guarantee of universal salvation.” (Message Of John Paul II To The Abbess General Of The Order Of The Most Holy Saviour Of St Bridget)

“If the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete, is to convince the world precisely of this "judgment," undoubtedly he does so to continue Christ's work aimed at universal salvation. We can therefore conclude that in bearing witness to Christ, the Paraclete is an assiduous (though invisible) advocate and defender of the work of salvation, and of all those engaged in this work. He is also the guarantor of the definitive triumph over sin and over the world subjected to sin, in order to free it from sin and introduce it into the way of salvation.” (The Holy Spirit as Advocate; General Audience — May 24, 1989)

“[The Church] is because of all that more serviceable for her mission of salvation for all: God 'desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.' … Accordingly, what is in question here is man in all his truth, in his full magnitude. We are not dealing with the "abstract" man, but the real, "concrete", "historical" man. We are dealing with "each" man, for each one is included in the mystery of the Redemption and with each one Christ has united himself for ever through this mystery. … The [Second Vatican] Council points out this very fact when, speaking of that likeness, it recalls that "man is the only creature on earth that God willed for itself". Man as "willed" by God, as "chosen" by him from eternity and called, destined for grace and glory-this is "each" man, "the most concrete" man, "the most real"; this is man in all the fullness of the mystery in which he has become a sharer in Jesus Christ, the mystery in which each one of the four thousand million human beings living on our planet has become a sharer from the moment he is conceived beneath the heart of his mother.” (Encyclical Redemptor Hominis 5, 13)

“‘Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places’ (Eph. 1:3). These words of the Letter to the Ephesians reveal the eternal design of God the Father, his plan of man's salvation in Christ. It is a universal plan, which concerns all men and women created in the image and likeness of God (cf. Gen. 1:26). Just as all are included in the creative work of God ‘in the beginning,’ so all are eternally included in the divine plan of salvation, which is to be completely revealed, in the ‘fullness of time,’ with the final coming of Christ. In fact, the God who is the ‘Father of our Lord Jesus Christ’-these are the next words of the same Letter-‘chose us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and blameless before him. He destined us in love to be his sons through Jesus Christ, according to the purpose of his will, to the praise of his glorious grace, which he freely bestowed on us in the Beloved. In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace’ (Eph. 1:4-7).” (Encyclical, Redemptoris Mater 7:1)

“The Church's universal mission is born of faith in Jesus Christ, as is stated in our Trinitarian profession of faith: "I believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father.... For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven: by the power of the Holy spirit he became incarnate from the Virgin Mary, and was made man." The redemption event brings salvation to all, "for each one is included in the mystery of the redemption and with each one Christ has united himself forever through this mystery." ... Just as "by his incarnation the Son of God united himself in some sense with every human being," so too "we are obliged to hold that the Holy Spirit offers everyone the possibility of sharing in the Paschal Mystery in a manner known to God." God's plan is "to unite all things in Christ, things in heaven and things on earth" (Eph 1:10)… It is necessary to keep these two truths together, namely, the real possibility of salvation in Christ for all mankind and the necessity of the Church (Vatican II NewChurch doesnt teach conversion) for salvation... We know, however, that Jesus came to bring integral salvation, one which embraces the whole person and all mankind, and opens up the wondrous prospect of divine filiation. Why mission? Because to us, as to St. Paul, "this grace was given, to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ" (Eph 3:8). Newness of life in him is the "Good News" for men and women of every age: all are called to it and destined for it.” (Encyclical, Redemptoris Missio 4, 6, 9, 11)

“In proclaiming the Risen Lord, Christians present the One who inaugurates a new era of history and announce to the world the good news of a complete and universal salvation which contains in itself the pledge of a new world in which pain and injustice will give way to joy and beauty. At the beginning of a new millennium marked by a clearer awareness of the universality of salvation and a realization that the Gospel daily needs to be proclaimed anew, the Synodal Assembly raised an appeal that our commitment to mission should not be lessened but rather expanded, through ever more profound missionary cooperation.” (Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Pastores Gregis)

“This affirmation of the Savior's "uniqueness" derives from the Lord's own words. He stated that he came "to give his own life in ransom for the many" (Mk 10:45), that is, for humanity, as St. Paul explains when he writes: "One died for all" (2 Cor 5:14; cf. Rom 5:18). Christ won universal salvation with the gift of his own life. No other mediator has been established by God as Savior. The unique value of the sacrifice of the cross must always be acknowledged in the destiny of every man. … For those, however, who have not received the Gospel proclamation, as I wrote in the Encyclical Redemptoris Missio, salvation is accessible in mysterious ways, inasmuch as divine grace is granted to them by virtue of Christ's redeeming sacrifice, without external membership in the Church, but nonetheless always in relation to her (cf. RM 10). It is a mysterious relationship. It is mysterious for those who receive the grace, because they do not know the Church and sometimes even outwardly reject her (heretical). ... In order to take effect, saving grace requires acceptance, cooperation, a yes to the divine gift. This acceptance is, at least implicitly, oriented to Christ and the Church. ... Religions can exercise a positive influence on the destiny of those who belong to them and follow their guidance in a sincere spirit. (erroneous) ... The Church does not exist nor does she work for herself, but is at the service of a humanity called to divine sonship in Christ (cf. RM 19). She thus exercises an implicit mediation also with regard to those who do not know the Gospel.” (All Salvation Comes through Christ; General Audience — May 31, 1995)

“Journeying through the centuries, reliving every day the Sacrifice of the altar, the Church, the People of God, awaits Christ’s coming in glory. This is proclaimed after the consecration by the Eucharistic assembly gathered around the altar. Time after time with renewed faith the Church repeats her desire for the final encounter with the One who comes to bring his plan of universal salvation to completion.” (Message Of His Holiness John Paul II For World Mission Sunday 2004 ; "Eucharist And Mission")

“This universal mission of salvation takes on great importance on the day when the Church commemorates the conversion of St Paul. Among the Apostles, in fact, Paul himself expresses and fulfils the Church’s universal mission in a particular way. On the road to Damascus Christ associates him with the divine plan of universal salvation: “The God of our fathers appointed you to know his will ... for you will be a witness for him to all men of what you have seen and heard” (Acts 22:14-16).” (Homily During Mass With His Holiness Aram I As Part Of Week Of Prayer For Christian Unity; Saturday, 25 Januray 1997)

“St. Paul underscored this salvific value in regard to Christ's obedience. If sin came into the world through an act of disobedience, universal salvation was obtained by the Redeemer's obedience: "For as by one man's disobedience many were made sinners, so by one man's obedience many will be made righteous" (Rom 5:19).” (Religious Offer Their Own Wills to God; General Audience — December 7, 1994)

“As we read again in the Council, to achieve universal salvation, "Christ sent from the Father his Holy Spirit, who was to carry on inwardly his saving work and prompt the Church to spread out" (AG 4).” (The Church Is Missionary by Her Nature; General Audience — April 19, 1995)

Pope John Paul II promoting the NewAge/NWO and believing "Christ denying" Ghandi was in heaven

“Dear Brothers and Sisters, today's Chrism Mass sees the Christian people in every diocese gathered around their Bishop and the entire presbyterate. It is a solemn, intensely meaningful celebration during which the sacred Chrism and the oils of the sick and of the catechumens are blessed. This rite invites us to contemplate Christ, who put on our human frailty and made himself the instrument of universal salvation.” (Chrismas Mass Homily Of John Paul II, Vatican Basilica, Holy Thursday, 8 April 2004)

All are invited to "be reconciled to God" (2 Cor 5:20), to be saved and to work together for universal salvation, because God "wants all to be saved" (1 Tim 2:4). All are invited with their personal qualities to work in the Father's "vineyard," where each one has his own place and his own recompense. ... For lay people this fruit is specifically their contribution to transforming the world by grace, and to building a better society. Only with fidelity to grace can the ways of grace be opened in the world. This happens when the laity carry out their own family tasks, especially in raising children. It also involves their own work of service to society at every level and in every form of involvement for the sake of justice, love and peace.” (Jesus' Earthly Life Is a Model for the Laity; General Audience — November 10, 1993)

“On the other hand in quoting the beginning of Psalm 22, which he perhaps continued to recite mentally during the passion, Jesus did not forget the conclusion which becomes a hymn of liberation and an announcement of salvation granted to all by God. The experience of abandonment is therefore a passing pain which gives way to personal liberation and universal salvation. In Jesus' afflicted soul this perspective certainly nourished hope, all the more so since he had always presented his death as a passage to the resurrection as his true glorification. From this thought his soul took strength and joy in the knowledge that at the very height of the drama of the cross, the hour of victory was at hand.” ("My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?"; General Audience — November 30, 1988)

“Whatever the Spirit brings about in human hearts and in the history of peoples, in cultures and religions serves as a preparation for the Gospel and can only be understood in reference to Christ, the Word who took flesh by the power of the Spirit ‘so that as perfectly human he would save all human beings and sum up all things'. The universal presence of the Holy Spirit therefore cannot serve as an excuse for a failure to proclaim Jesus Christ explicitly as the one and only Saviour. On the contrary, the universal presence of the Holy Spirit is inseparable from universal salvation in Jesus. The presence of the Spirit in creation and history points to Jesus Christ in whom creation and history are redeemed and fulfilled.” (Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Ecclesia In Asia, Of The Holy Father John Paul II, On Jesus Christ The Saviour And His Mission Of Love And Service In Asia: "...That they may have life, And have it abundantly" (Jn 10:10))

“The fruit of contemplating the "least of his brothers" is the discovery that every person, although in a way which is mysterious for us, is in search of God, by whom he or she is created and loved. His first disciples discovered this: "[Lord], everyone is searching for you" (Mk 1,37). And the "Greeks", on behalf of future generations, exclaim: "We wish to see Jesus" (Jn 12,21). Yes, Christ is the true light that illuminates every person (???) who comes into this world (cf. Jn 1,9): mankind searches for him, "feeling after him" (Acts 17,27), drawn by an inner attraction the origin of which they themselves do not know. It is hidden in the heart of God, where there beats a desire for universal salvation. Of this, God makes us witnesses and heralds. For this purpose he fills us, like in a new Pentecost, with the fire of his Spirit, with his love and with his presence: "I am with you always, to the close of the age" (Mt 28,20).” (The Holy Father's Message For World Mission Sunday 2001, Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo (Ps 89[88],2) [I will sing the mercies of the Lord forever].)

Not by him but for him: “From the death of Christ new life flowers, memory and message of an undying hope: universal salvation.” (Stations Of The Cross At The Colosseum In The Presence Of His Holiness Pope John Paul II, Good Friday 2002)

“My dear Brother Bishops, as you make your way back to your local Churches, I ask God to strengthen you in your commitment to a renewed integral evangelization, in your efforts to "present the One who inaugurates a new era of history and announce to the world the good news of a complete and universal salvation which contains in itself the pledge of a new world in which pain and injustice will give way to joy and beauty" (Pastores Gregis¸ 65).” (Address Of John Paul II To The Bishops Of The Philippines On Their Ad Limina Visit, Thursday, 30 October 2003)

“Dear young friends, Toronto is waiting for all of you who can make it! In the heart of a multi-cultural and multi-faith city, we shall speak of Christ as the one Saviour and proclaim the universal salvation of which the Church is the sacrament.” (Message Of The Holy Father To The Youth Of The World On The Occasion Of The XVII World Youth Day, Toronto 18-28 July 2002)

“This unblemished witness to persevering love can be a great help to other women in critical situations which in this regard also afflict our society. We hope and pray that many women religious, possessing the heart of a bride of Christ and showing it in their lives, may also help reveal to all people the Church's fidelity in her union with Christ her spouse and enable them to understand it better: fidelity in truth, in charity, and in yearning for universal salvation.” (Women Religious Faithfully Serve Christ; General Audience — March 15, 1995)

“He offers himself in sacrifice to free humanity from the oppression of sin. He behaves in an exemplary way in his physical and especially moral sufferings, generously enduring injustices. As the fruit of his sacrifice, he receives a new life and obtains universal salvation.” (The Catechesis Of The Holy Father, "The Word Became Flesh And Dwelt Among Us"; General Audience — 3 December 1997)

“As members of the one family of God we can tolerate no division or discrimination in our midst. When the Father sent his Son into the world he entrusted him with a mission of universal salvation. Jesus came that "all may have life and have it abundantly" (Jn 10:10). No person, no group is excluded from this mission of unifying love which has now been entrusted to us. We too must pray as Jesus did on the very eve of his death, with the simple and sublime words: " Father may they be one in us, as you are in me and I am in you" (Jn 17: 21 ).” (Message Of His Holiness Pope John Paul II For The Celebration Of The World Day Of Peace, 1 January 1989; To Build Peace, Respect Minorities)

“A liturgical act is an event of grace whose effect exceeds the will or expertise of the agents who are called to be humble instruments in the Lord's hands. It is they who have the task of making it possible to see what God is for us, what he does for us, and of making the faithful today realize that they are entering into the history of creation sanctified by the Redeemer, in the mystery of universal salvation. At a practical level, I will add that it is important to attend to the quality of the signs, without however showing "elitism", for Christ's followers, whatever their culture, must be able to recognize in the words and actions the Lord's presence in his Church and the gifts of his grace.” (On the Pastoral Care of the Liturgy, March 8, 1997)

“The complete dimension of the presbyter's mission in relation to the Eucharist is understood if one considers that this sacrament is primarily the renewal at the altar of the sacrifice of the cross, the central moment in the work of redemption.  Christ, the priest and victim, is as such the artisan of universal salvation, in obedience to the Father.  He is the one high priest of the new and eternal covenant, who by accomplishing our salvation offers perfect worship to the Father, a worship which ancient celebrations of the Old Testament merely prefigured.” (Priests Are Ordained to Celebrate Mass; General Audience — May 12, 1993)

It is clear when you take all of what Pope John Paul II has said on the matter that he believes that all are saved due to the Sacrifice of Christ whether a persons knows it or not. He never specifies between objectively being saved by His Sacrifice and the reality that only few actually are saved. Careful readings of all the texts are necessary. This also ties in with the New Age "Christ Consciousness" (see video below) which preaches the same universalism. This puts into perspective why the Conciliar Church does not teach conversion because if you are saved in your own religion due to Christs Sacrifice there is no need to come back to the one true Faith.
This also puts into perspective the heretical ecumenism John Paul II led because only dialogue is needed not conversion. This is all a diabolical setup for the formal schism soon coming where all religions/humanity will be said to be "equal (Masonic/Marxist). Here is Fr. Villa's expose on the heretical and erronoeus teachings of Pope John Paul II.

Billy Graham (33 Degree FreeMason) Denies Christ - Promotes Universalism 


Catholics cannot at all accept Pope John Paul II as a "Saint" 


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