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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Jews Are Behind FreeMasonry,Vatican II & The Spirit of Assisi

 The Jews Are Behind FreeMasonry,Vatican II & The Spirit of Assisi

People need to spend more time reading Scripture, Tradition and what the approved mystics say on this apostasy.  The number one threat is not Islam, folks.

The Spirit and doctrine behind Vatican II and Assisi (ecumenism) is form the devil

Vatican Insider

 

“The Spirit of Assisi” as perceived by Jewish Leaders

Highest participation ever by diaspora and Israeli representatives
Jewish religious leaders from all over the world gathered in Assisi last week on a sunny day, thirty years after the historic multi-religious summit for peace called by John Paul II. In 1986 there was only a small delegation of Roman Jews led by Rome’s former Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff intent on a “Limud” study-prayer session during the various separate but simultaneous prayers of delegates of the world’s major religions. I was privileged to be with the Jewish group and remember having offered my coat to cover the back of the other Jewish delegate, Dr. Joseph Lichten, an elderly Polish diplomat in exile. It was bitter cold, with a biting “tramontana” wind blowing. We marveled at the steadfastness of the bare-chested American Indian who unflinchingly withstood the harsh weather. At the time, we felt an initial, timid and partially diffident hope, that has since evolved into major commitments.



Today, more and more Jews, along with followers of other faiths, recognize that inter-religious diplomacy or “the spirit of Assisi” -- religion used as a force for good and as an ally for peacemakers -- is a major and powerful antidote against religious extremism and terrorism. Its special political and spiritual symbolism at last week’s 3 day St. Egidio commemoration entitled “Thirst for Peace” was expressed by the presence of Italy’s President Sergio Mattarella at the opening and Pope Francis’ personal participation on the final day.

Francis’ words reverberated deeply in the consciences of all: “The name of God cannot be used to justify violence. Peace alone, and not war, is holy!...Those who call upon God’s name to justify terrorism, violence and war do not follow God’s path. (No he doesnt follow Gods path) War in the name of religion becomes a war against religion itself. With firm resolve, therefore, let us reiterate that violence and terrorism are opposed to an authentic religious spirit.”

Even more succinctly, Andrea Riccardi, founder of the St. Egidio Community called for unity against the “religious totalitarianism” of our times.

The same theme permeated the earlier speeches of all 14 Jewish delegates (8 from different European nations and 6 from Israel - rabbis, intellectuals and community leaders, including the Chief rabbis of Rome, Milan, Florence and Genoa: Riccardo Di Segni, Alfonso Arbib, Joseph Levi, Giuseppe Momigliano) who attended sessions and spoke at public assemblies, led and participated in panels.
Rabbi David Rosen, International Interreligious Affairs Director for AJC (the American Jewish Committee) noted that the holy texts of Judaism as well as those of all other religions, “can be used either as a poison or as a healing, saving balm, depending on their interpretation.” And, as he has often stated, “Religion should become part of the solution, not part of the problem.”(Vatican 2 is a new religion)

It was generally acknowledged by all that religion can be used, and is often used today perversely, as a weapon for death and destruction instead of transmitting its true spiritual values. All scriptures require interpretation, and it is up to the spiritual leaders in all religions to transmit the true message to their faithful followers. (Huh? Only the Church interprets!) These thoughts were shared by the 500 religious, civil and cultural leaders from over 60 countries who were present: dignitaries of different Christian denominations, of the major Eastern religions – Hindus, Sikhs, Jainists, Buddhists etc. -- and Muslim leaders from Arab, Indonesian, African and other countries, including the Vice Rector of the Sunni Al Azhar University in Cairo, and Israeli and diaspora Jews.

In the impressive final ceremony outdoors in the piazza in front of the Basilica, the flaming lamp of peace was lit by different religious representatives, who also signed an appeal then brought in many copies by small children from the hands of the religious leaders to the international ambassadors seated in the audience - a moving ritual observed every year.

A unique characteristic of these gatherings are the contacts and friendships born between religious leaders during and outside the many panel discussions conducted by these representatives whose countries often have no reciprocal diplomatic ties. The numerous Israeli and diaspora Jewish representatives sat near the many Arab and Asian Muslim and Christian personalities.

This year saw the participation of six Israelis of which five were rabbis, (including Israel Meir Lau, Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv) and seven diaspora rabbis plus the president of Rome’s Jewish community. They came from Rome, Florence, Milan, Genoa, Germany, Turkey, Bosnia, France and the U.S. and spoke at the opening and closing ceremonies as well as among the different inter-religious panels on timely issues.

David Brodman, an Israeli rabbi from Tel Aviv who is a Theresienstadt concentration camp survivor, declared, “I am participating in this marvelous encounter this year for the tenth time. I am profoundly grateful and impressed regarding everything that has been done by St. Egidio for me and for the world.Thanks to them, I have had the possibility of once more meeting my dear friend, the Holy Father. As a Rabbi, I use the term “holy” because Maimonides said that the greatest virtue is humility and humility is a sign of holiness. In Pope Francis I have seen a clear example of humility and holiness for our times, just as Saint Francis was for his times…For me, the spirit of Assisi is the best example of humility and holiness and is the answer to the tragedy of the Shoah and all wars, because here we are saying to the world that it is possible to be friends and live together in peace even if we are different. I have become part of this unique spirit as an old man: all are different but all are together in the courage of dialogue, to prevent all conflicts and create a human world where every person can recognize the image of God in the other. ”

Just as St. Egidio in Italy each year marks the anniversaries of the deportations of Jews from Rome and Milan by leading silent marches, the Community also offers a special session on memory of the Shoah at each year’s international inter-religious event. This year Tel Aviv’s Chief Rabbi Israel Meir Lau offered personal testimony of his experience of the Shoah to the young people present in a panel entitled “There is no Future without Memory”.

Evidence of the deep involvement of Jewish delegates in inter-religious relations and dialogue was given in other sessions. On a special panel, Rabbi David Rosen, together with the former President of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity Cardinal Walter Kasper; the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby; the founder of St. Egidio Andrea Riccardi and Deputy Foreign Minister of Italy Mario Giro, paid tribute to His Holiness Bartholomew I on this 25th anniversary of his election as Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.

Rabbi Rosen also moderated a panel on Christian-Jewish dialogue. He remarked on the profound significance of progress in this area. “There is nothing comparable to the transformation of the Jewish-Christian relationship ‘in our times’,” he said. “A people presented by the Church in the past as condemned, rejected by God, in league with the devil is today viewed in the words of Saint John Paul II as the ‘dearly beloved elder brother of the Church of the Eternal Covenant’ with whom the Church has a unique ‘intrinsic’ relationship.” Rabbi Rosen concluded that “if such a relationship that was so chronic, so poisoned, so negative can be transformed into being one that is so positive and so constructive today, then there is no relationship that is beyond transformation…. and we can turn our world into the kind of world that our religions teach it really should be.”
Israeli Rabbi Jaron Engelmayer also spoke on the great progress in Christian-Jewish dialogue of the past 50 years, “a real dialogue between the two religions – an honest exchange at eye level!” This thirtieth anniversary he said, “…provides a good reason to celebrate!” Various friendships have resulted from this dialogue and “the forces of peace and harmony in the world have been significantly strengthened….” (SAYS THE DEVIL)

An interesting detail regarding the Christian – Jewish relationship: although no overt comparisons were made, it could be noted that some of the Jewish scriptural messages quoted by the various speakers are echoed in the Christian Gospels. As just one example we could take Rabbi Engelmayer’s reference to Pirke Avot, the Sayings of the Fathers, 3.3: “When two sit together and talk about words of Torah, so God is present, as it says: (Malachi 3:16). This can be compared with “For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst” (Matthew 18:19-20))

Oded Wiener, former General Director of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, chaired a special panel on Inter-religious Coexistence in Israel with representatives of the Union of Religious Communities, the Union of Imams, the Druze Community, the Interior Ministry, plus the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem and Prof. Daniel Sperber of Bar Ilan University. It was a rare opportunity for many guests to learn more about tolerance and cooperation in Israel.

In opening the discussion, Oded Wiener also paid tribute to the Community of St. Egidio. Recalling his participation in several conferences, he said “there is no question of their significant contribution to awareness and understanding among religions…” to bring about a better world where “…violence, aggression and force have no part.” (TIES IN WITH GUN CONTROL)

At the risk of sounding redundant, it should be mentioned that according to the remarks of the Jewish participants, a considerable barrier of mistrust rooted in past history has been largely overcome by the assiduous bi-lateral and multi-lateral efforts of Christians, Jews and other religions to reach out to one another. St. Egidio has played and continues to play an important role in this process.


Still think Vatican II and the Conciliar Popes and prelates have been teaching the Catholic Faith? 

GET OUT OF ANY CHURCH TEACHING VATICAN 2 IT IS NOT CATHOLIC #APOSTASY


Jewish Conspiracy Against the Catholic Church 

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