Ecumenicalism

Today they say all re­li­gions are wel­come, we are not al­lowed to con­tra­dict any­one. Strange teach­ings gain re­cog­ni­tion from the highest Church au­thor­it­ies by say­ing: “They, too, wor­ship GOD, after all.” This is a huge mis­take! The SAVIOUR gives His un­am­bigu­ous teach­ing and mis­sion­ary task: “Go there­fore and make dis­ciples of all na­tions, bap­tising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teach­ing them to ob­serve all that I have com­manded you.” (Matt 28,19f) If JESUS’ teach­ing were only an ir­rel­ev­ant mat­ter, then the cru­ci­fix­ion alone would have suf­ficed for our re­demp­tion. Then the SAVIOUR could have saved Himself the trouble of preach­ing and teach­ing, He could have car­ried on work­ing as a car­penter un­til the age of His of­fer­ing on the Cross.

The Sending of the Apostles

Satan strives for the mer­ging of re­li­gions

They built, for ex­ample, a gi­gantic house where St. Padre Pio lived, where all re­li­gions are al­lowed to gather. Do people still not un­der­stand what is go­ing on? Is this still a Christian West? No! A mul­ti­cul­tural re­li­gion, that’s what it is! Amongst these there sup­posedly are also re­li­gions that do not ac­know­ledge the TRINITY GOD. Let us take the Mohammedans for in­stance: they see CHRIST merely as a prophet, con­sequently deny­ing His Godhead. Then there are the Jews who do not ac­know­ledge JESUS as the Messiah, as SON of GOD, who sits at the right hand of the FATHER. There are the Hindus, who wor­ship many gods (idols). Then again there are re­li­gions that wor­ship no GOD but try to work their way up to blessed­ness by their own strength and med­it­a­tion, and so on. GOD does not share His Temple with idols! As we read in Sacred Scripture: “I alone am your GOD. You shall have no other gods be­fore Me!”

Catholic bish­ops, in­deed, even the Pope, really know how to preach and write so that the faith­ful only think highly of them, but at the same time their words are of­ten just pa­per fire that fizzles out at once. The high priests in former times were teach­ing ac­cord­ing to Sacred Scripture of the Old Testament and yet the SAVIOUR said: “Do what they tell you but do not do ac­cord­ing to their works.” They per­se­cuted JESUS. He was cru­ci­fied as a res­ult of their per­sist­ing. Today JESUS would have to teach: “Do not do everything they tell you!” The Apostle Saint Paul says: “Whoever gives you a teach­ing other than the one I have given to you, which I re­ceived from GOD after all, let him be ac­cursed, and even if it were an an­gel from heaven, let him be ac­cursed!”

Why Is Intercommunion Impossible
There was a com­ment on the ra­dio about in­ter­com­mu­nion. There were highly in­tel­li­gent schol­ars, gradu­ates, speak­ing, how­ever, as far as the fu­ture, as far as GOD is con­cerned, they were talk­ing ut­ter non­sense. One, for in­stance, said: “I simply can­not un­der­stand and it is not right when the Reformed or Protestants can­not re­ceive Communion with Catholics.” Even people of dif­fer­ent faiths ought to know what Catholic and Orthodox people be­lieve: that the HOLY SPIRIT through the or­dained priest ac­com­plishes what the lat­ter, at the words of Consecration, says and be­lieves. For in this Bread and Wine is not just con­tained the power of GOD, but it is truly Body and Blood of JESUS CHRIST. JESUS did not say: “This will once be My Body,” but: “This is My Body! … This is My Blood!” Therefore, a Protestant who does not be­lieve in the Transubstantiation can­not re­ceive Communion with Catholics, oth­er­wise he will be guilty of sin­ning against the Body and Blood of CHRIST. But if someone of a dif­fer­ent faith can be­lieve that JESUS is truly present with Flesh and Blood in the Sacred Host, the ques­tion arises, what pre­vents him yet from ac­cept­ing the faith with the seven Sacraments.

John 6,53ff: “Then Jesus said to them: ‘Very truly I tell you, un­less you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has ever­last­ing life, and I will raise him up at the last day. For my flesh is food in­deed and my blood is drink in­deed. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood re­mains in me, and I in him.’”

Everywhere, even in the Church, they want to in­ter­pret JESUS’ words after their own lik­ing and dif­fer­ently: “Well, ob­vi­ously, it is meant like this …, it was wrongly un­der­stood … The pas­tors, priests, bish­ops and the Pope have changed it.” The SAVIOUR spoke quite clearly: “This is My Body! … This is My Blood! … As of­ten as you shall do these things, you shall do them for per­petual re­newal!” JESUS’ words can­not be ex­plained in a hu­man way, to be meant like this or like that! GOD said: “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away!” Where do we find His words? For GOD said that they will not pass away. We find them in Sacred Scripture. GOD’s words can­not be re­mod­elled.

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