Pope launches Christmas giveaway to raise money for homeless!

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Morning homily in St. Martha’s House – November 19

The Bishop of Rome: Your conversion is for certain when you reach into your pocket! Beware of becoming “lukewarm, comfortable” Christians who “are concerned with appearances”. “When conversion touches pockets, it’s a certainty!”

Bergoglio showing the world how ‘Christian’ he is…

Therefore when thou dost an almsdeed, sound not a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be honored by men. Amen I say to you, they have received their reward.  Matthew 6:2 – DRV

Pope Francis to raffle off unwanted gifts including a car, a tandem bike and a coffee machine to raise money for the homeless.

(Radio Australia) – Pope Francis is raffling off unwanted gifts including a Fiat Panda, a tandem bike and a coffee machine to raise money for the homeless.

For just 10 euros ($14.55), those hoping to get their clutches on perfume, pens and even a panama hat given to the Pope can enter a draw, the proceeds of which will go to a papal charity set up to help those who bed down nightly around the Vatican.

Tickets are to be sold throughout the upcoming festive season and signs have already gone up around the tiny city state advertising the draw, which will take place on January 8.

While the first prize is a gleaming Fiat Panda 4X4 in papal white, runners-up could go home with racing bicycles, a HD digital video camera, a gentleman’s wrist watch, an umbrella or bottle of perfume – all of which will have much higher-than-usual value because of where they come from. (??!)

The Argentine pope – who chose his papal name in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi and his devotion to the poor – has cast off luxuries such as the ermine-trimmed cape and red shoes worn by his predecessor Benedict XVI and focused his efforts on helping the down-and-out.

He is also unlikely to have room to keep the hundreds of presents bestowed on him in his modest apartment, having opted out of moving into the spacious papal palace after his election last year.

In February, the 77-year-old Pope sold off his Harley Davidson – worth around 15,000 euros and inscribed with his name – for 241,500 euros at a Paris auction, giving the proceeds to a hostel and soup kitchen in Rome.

He also appointed a papal almoner, Polish archbishop Konrad Krajewski, who helps those who regularly sleep rough among the porticos near Saint Peter’s Square, or poor families struggling to pay their bills.

Archbishop Krajewski announced last week that the Vatican would be installing showers for the homeless at public toilets just off St Peter’s Square.

The initiative followed an encounter with a homeless man who declined an invitation to dinner because he said he was too smelly to dine with a bishop.


Related: ‘I smell’ confession leads Pope Francis to install showers for homeless at St Peter’s Square. Pope Francis has ordered the installation of showers for the homeless next to St Peter’s Square after a street dweller declared himself too smelly to eat with a bishop.



Unusual Meeting at the Vatican: Communism: A Friend of the Poor?

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Message to Vatican’s World Meeting of Popular Movements: ‘Detestable’ Communism is the Worst Enemy of the Poor!

It is not uncommon to hear that communism was “a good idea poorly implemented.”

In spite of its actual experiences – all ending with catastrophic results – the idea that communism contains a “positive core” and is “friendly to the poor” reemerged at the World Meeting of Popular Movements organized at the Vatican from October 28 to 30 by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace. It was held in the presence of Pope Francis and over one hundred representatives from movements often linked to the extreme left.

Besides being doctrinally questionable, this thesis is historically false. On the Catholic side, it was enunciated by Jacques Maritain, the ideologue of Catholic Action’s turn to the left. He applied it indiscriminately to both socialism and communism: “In the nineteenth century, socialism has been a protest of human consciousness and its more generous instincts against evils that cried out to heaven…. Socialism has loved the poor.”[1]

In this lyrical vision, Maritain included Soviet Communism: “For the first time in history, Maxim Gorky recently wrote about Soviet communism, the true love of man is organized as a creative force and sets as a goal the emancipation of thousands of workers. We believe in the profound sincerity of Gorky’s words.”[2]

This was also the thesis of Uruguayan Alberto Methol Ferré, philosophical mentor to an entire generation of Latin American churchmen of the “populist” line. According to Methol, the evil of Marxism lies only in his atheism: “The Church essentially rejected Marxism on account of the atheism it contained.” However, the system of Karl Marx had a valid element: “Marxism’s more valid [aspect] was its critique of capitalism.”[3]

his “valid” element leads the Uruguayan philosopher to defend aspects of the so-called liberation theology, of Marxist origin: “The theology of liberation can also be viewed as an attempt to assume the best of Marxism…. This theology has rendered an invaluable service by rethinking policy in light of the common good and therefore in close relationship with the preferential option for the poor and [for] justice.”[4]

It is amazing to see personages from the Catholic world exalting a system which the Magisterium of the Church defined as “detestable sect,”[5] “abominable sect,”[6] “intrinsically evil” system,[7] “shame of our time,”[8] the result of a “fundamental error;”[9] a system with which, in the words of Pius XI, “no collaboration can be admitted in any field.” Indeed, by a decree of the Holy Office of 1949, any collaboration with communism would lead to excommunication latae sententiae.

Continue reading: http://americaneedsfatima.blogspot.ca/2014/11/unusual-meeting-at-vatican-communism.html

A Mess to be Made: Pope Francis will travel to Turkey!


ROME – Pope Francis will travel to Turkey Nov. 28-30, the Vatican announced Tuesday, though it remains unclear whether the pontiff will be able to travel near the border with Iraq to express his concern with the violence in the region, as he’s expressed an interest in doing.

The Rev. Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesman, confirmed that Francis will make the Turkey trip, which will come just three days after the pontiff travels to Strasbourgin France to address the European Parliament and the Council of Europe.

Among other items on the official itinerary, Francis is scheduled to meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Nov. 28; to visit both the historic Christian basilica of Hagia Sophia, which is now a museum, and the Blue Mosque in Istanbul!

Blue Mosque – Pope Benedict XVI’s visit and silent meditation

Pope Benedict XVI visited the Sultan Ahmed Mosque on 30 November 2006 during his visit to Turkey. It marks as only the second papal visit in history to a Muslim place of worship. Having removed his shoes, the Pope paused for a full two minutes, eyes closed in silent meditation, standing side by side with Mustafa Çağrıcı, the Mufti of Istanbul, and Emrullah Hatipoğlu, the Imam of the Blue Mosque. The pope “thanked divine Providence for this” and said, “May all believers identify themselves with the one God and bear witness to true brotherhood.” The pontiff noted that Turkey “will be a bridge of friendship and collaboration between East and West”, and he thanked the Turkish people “for the cordiality and sympathy” they showed him throughout his stay, saying, “he felt love and understood!!”


He also will hold a joint worship service with Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople, considered “first among equals” in terms of Orthodox leaders, and sign a joint declaration with him Nov. 30  (St. Andrew’s feast day).

This will mark the first papal visit to Turkey since a trip by Benedict XVI in 2006, which came shortly after the emeritus pontiff had triggered a firestorm of protest across the Islamic world with a speech in Regensburg, Germany, that was seen as associating Muhamad with violence.

Speculation about a visit by Francis began to mount earlier this year, and the outing is keenly anticipated for at least three reasons.

1. Muslim/Christian relations (!!)

Although Francis has visited majority Muslims states before in Albania and the Palestinian Territories, both were brief stops focused largely on matters of local or regional interest.

Ecumenism sin against faith

The Turkey trip therefore will be his first real opportunity to lay out a vision for Muslim/Christian relations, and comes at a time when the pontiff faces pressure to speak up in defense of Christian minorities and against Islamic-inspired terrorism in the Middle East.

In a Crux interview in September, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York urged the pope “to be more direct in calling for a thoughtful, moderate, temperate Islamic response.”

Heretic Cardinal 'Bravo' Dolan praying with his Muslim brotherhood in a New York Mosque!! Dolan like Bergoglio share the same heretical  belief proselytizing is solemn nonsense so he did not even try to convert his brothers but  told the infidels to keep the faith!!

Heretic Cardinal ‘Bravo’ Dolan praying with his Muslim brotherhood in a New York Mosque!!
Dolan like Bergoglio share the same heretical belief, proselytizing is solemn nonsense.

2. Christian unity

Francis has made unity among the various branches of Christianity a priority, beginning with the Eastern Orthodox. He’s cultivated a special rapport with Bartholomew, for instance, inviting him to join a peace prayer he staged in the Vatican gardens in June with the Israeli and Palestinian presidents.

The meeting at the headquarters of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, and the declaration the two men will sign, marks another step in overcoming a split between the Christian East and West conventionally dated to 1054.

3. Iraq

The Turkey trip is likely to be the closest Francis will get to realizing his hope of visiting Iraq, which he revealed during an airborne press conference following his mid-August outing to South Korea.

The pontiff said he’d thought about a surprise trip to Iraq to express his concern for the violence there, including the fate of both Christian and Yazidi refugees from the self-declared ISIS caliphate. The pope said at the time he’d been persuaded it wasn’t a good idea, presumably for security reasons.

On background, Vatican officials said Tuesday the pope would still like to make an excursion somewhere near the Turkish border with Iraq to meet refugees, and if that proves impossible, then he’ll meet with refugees in Istanbul.

The pontiff is also expected to speak out on the violence in Iraq and in other corners of the region throughout his three-day Turkish visit.

Bergoglio: Sports and Religion can offer eloquent signs of this new era in which people ‘will never again raise the sword one against another?!’

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Thousands attend Interreligious Match for Peace.

Thousands of sports fans, young and old, came out to Rome’s Olympic Stadium Monday night to watch football greats Roberto Baggio, Javier Zanetti and Diego Armando Maradona, among others, take part in the Interreligious Match for Peace.

Players representing the Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim and Shinto religions took to the field for the 8:45 p.m. kickoff.

The event was intended to gather players and fans in a moment of unity and solidarity in support of world peace and to demonstrate the power of sport in building peace.

Zanetti, the retired captain of Argentina’s national soccer team and current vice-president of Milan’s Inter, described the match as “a symbolic gesture to help people understand that it is possible to build a world of peace, based on dialogue and respect for others.”

He said the match was the explicit wish of Pope Francis.

Earlier in the day, the 50 former and current professional players who took part in the game were received in an audience with the Pope in the Vatican.

Pope Francis told the athletes that the event was “a highly symbolic gesture to show that it is possible to build a culture of encounter and a world of peace, where believers of different religions – preserving their identities …can live together in harmony and reciprocal respect.”

The Pope said to “discriminate”  is the same as “contempt”,  and with their game the players were saying “no to all discrimination.”

“Religions,” he added, “are called to be vehicles of peace and never of hatred.” 

“Religion and sport,” he concluded, “can collaborate and offer to all of society eloquent signs of this new era in which people ‘will never again raise the sword one against another!!”

The event was organized by the Scholas Occurrentes initiative and Italy’s PUPI Foundation, in collaboration with the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences.

Proceeds will go to “Un’Alternativa di Vita”, a project that supports poor children in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


HERESY!!! “Pope” Francis advised Tony Palmer NOT to Convert, ordered him buried as a Catholic Bishop!!!

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Unbelievable: Pope Francis-Bergoglio playing God again… Tony Palmer not Catholic but Buried as a Catholic Bishop!!!!  Welcome to the Church of Bergoglio, where NON-Catholics are buried as Catholics and in some cases  A CATHOLIC BISHOP!!

Anathema sit!! Haereticus!!

Novus Ordo Watch: “Pope” Francis advised Tony Palmer NOT to Convert, ordered him buried as a Catholic Bishop!

The absurd circus that is the Jorge Bergoglio “Papacy” continues unabated. A very interesting article published by Austen Ivereigh in the Boston Globe on August 7, 2014, gives a lot of background information on the friendship between “Pope” Francis and the Anglican-Evangelical “Bishop” Tony Palmer, and casts the latter’s deadly motorcycle accident in an even more significant light:

[The church communion Palmer was “ordained” in sees itself] as part of a “convergence” movement, seeking to combine evangelical Christianity with the liturgy and sacraments typical of Catholicism.

That convergence, Palmer told me, “is a precursor to full unity between the Protestant and Catholic Churches.”

Palmer and [his “Catholic” wife Emiliana] Calisi began doing joint missions around the world — which is what took him to Buenos Aires in 2006. Its archbishop, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, had overcome his reservations about the charismatic renewal and enthusiastically backed a 6,000-strong joint Catholic-evangelical gathering that year in Buenos Aires’ Luna Park stadium.

At one point, when Palmer was tired of living on the frontier and wanted to become Catholic, [then-Cardinal] Bergoglio advised him against conversion for the sake of the mission.

“We need to have bridge-builders”, the cardinal told him.


Read entire article here: http://www.novusordowatch.org/wire/index.htm#.U-eSchKjzmc

Vatican Lifts Suspension on U.S. Missionary Priest


(Christian Newswire) –  The Vatican has issued a decree that lifts its 29-year suspension on Father Miguel F. d’Escoto Brockmann, a Maryknoll priest. The Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers is the mission society of the U.S. Catholic Church.

Father d’Escoto, 81, was ordained a Roman Catholic priest on June 10, 1961. He helped found Orbis Books, the theological publication division of Maryknoll, and he was an official with the World Council of Churches. During the 1970s, Father d’Escoto became engaged in politics in Nicaragua. He joined the Sandinista National Liberation Front, a political party that overthrew Anastasio Somoza Debayle and established a revolutionary government.

For his political actions, involvement in the Sandinista government and failing to resign from a political office (Nicaragua foreign minister) held in violation of his ministry, Father d’Escoto was suspended from his priestly duties by the Vatican.

In the notification from the Vatican dated August 1, 2014, “The Holy Father has given His benevolent assent that Father Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann be absolved from the canonical censure inflicted upon him, and entrusts him to the Superior General of the Institute [Maryknoll] for the purpose of accompanying him in the process of reintegration into the Ministerial Priesthood.”

The lifting of the suspension allows Father d’Escoto to resume his priestly duties.

Father d’Escoto has remained a member of the Maryknoll Society with residence in Nicaragua. From September 2008 until September 2009, he presided over the 63rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly as its president.

Blessed by Pope Pius X on June 29, 1911, the 103-year-old Maryknoll Society follows Jesus in serving the poor and others in need in 26 countries that include the U.S. As the foreign mission society of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, Maryknoll shares God’s love and the Gospel through its evangelizing efforts in combating poverty, providing healthcare, building Christian communities and promoting the dignity of all people. All Catholics are called to mission through baptism and confirmation, and Maryknoll’s mission education outreach in parishes and schools throughout the country engages U.S. Catholics in mission through vocations, prayer, donations and as volunteers. Website: maryknollsociety.org.


Pope To Attend Ecumenical Meetings and Meet Poor Children on Visit to Albania

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The schedule for Francis’ trip to the Albanian capital Tirana on 21 September has been released. Archbishop Mirdita said the Albanian martyr Church is an example of coexistence


On his forthcoming trip to the Albanian capital, Tirana, on Sunday 21 September, Pope Francis will meet with State and religious leaders, the local clergy and some children who are being cared for in various charity organisations. The Holy See Press Office has published the full schedule of the Pope’s one-day visit, during which he will give six speeches.

Francis will depart from Rome’s Fiumicino airport at 7:30 am (CET) and will arrive at Tirana’s “Mother Teresa” international airport at 9 am. Here. The Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama will be there to welcome him. At 9:30 am there will be a welcome ceremony in the square in front of the Presidential Palace, after which the Pope will pay a courtesy visit to the President, Bujar Nishani in the “Green Study”. At 10 am Francis will have a meeting with the country’s political leaders and will deliver his first speech.

At 11 am, the Pope will celebrate mass in in Mother Teresa Square and the Angelus prayer will follow after another brief speech.  At 1:30 pm Francis will meet and lunch with Albanian bishops in the Apostolic Nunciature.

At 4 pm the Pope will meet with leaders of other religions and Christian denominations at the Catholic University “Our Lady of Good Counsel”

. At 5 pm he will celebrate Vespers with priests, religious sisters and brothers, seminarians, and members of various lay movements at St. Paul’s Cathedral. At 6:30 pm he is due to meet with children from the “Centro Betania,” along with representatives from other charitable institutions of Albania. The Pope will give a speech on each of these three occasions.

The visit will conclude with a farewell ceremony at Mother Teresa airport at 7:45 pm. He will depart for Rome at 8 pm and is scheduled to arrive at Rome’s Ciampino airport at 9:30 pm.

The Albanian Church is grateful for the Pope’s visit, the Archbishop of Tirana, Mgr. Rrok Mirdita, told Vatican Radio

“It is thanks to our Church’s communion with the successor of Peter and our loyalty towards him that our people have experienced the feeling of belonging to the universal Church, even when the successor of Peter and the universal Church were considered to be enemies of the nation. I am thinking of the persecution during the regime of Communist dictator Enver Hoxha brought Albania’s religions closer together,” the archbishop underlined. “ Now it is the successor of Peter who is turning his attention toward us and is coming to visit us to confirm us in the faith and pay tribute to Catholic martyrdom and suffering and not only. The Albanian Church awaits his arrival with joy and affection but other religions and non-believers also deeply esteem and respect him.”

Mirdita recalls that persecution during the communist regime strengthened the bonds between religions and the four main communities (Sunni Muslims, Orthodox, Catholics and Bektashi Muslims) cohabit peacefuly. “Some suggested that sectarian tensions would follow on the fall of Communism, but that didn’t happen,” he said.

Twenty one years after John Paul II visited Albania, the Archbishop of Tirana recalls that his visit was like a loving caress on the tortured body of a martyr Church. It brought light to the entire nation. He rebuilt the Church hierarchy and consecrated the first four bishops.” Now, he continued, “society has changed a lot, but some challenges remain the same, like corruption, poverty, unemployment, organized crime and justice.”




“Rome has lost the Faith, my dear friends. Rome is in apostasy. It is not just words, it is not just words in the air that I say to you. It is the truth. Rome is in apostasy. One cannot have confidence any more in this world. He [the pope] has left the Church; they have left the Church; they are leaving the Church. It is sure, sure, sure!” – Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre


What is charity? St. Paul teaches us extolling the teachings of the Master:

“It linguis hominum et loquar angelorum, caritatem au tem not habeam, factus sum Velut aes sonans aut cymbalum tinniens. Et habuero prophetiam noverim mysteria et omnia et omnem scientiam, you habuero omnem et fidem, ita ut montes transferam, caritatem autem not habuero, nihil sum. Et si omnes distribuero in cibos facultates you tradidero meas et corpus meum, ut glorier, caritatem autem not habuero, nihil mihi prodest. Charity is patient, benign east caritas, not aemulatur not agit superb, not inflatur, not east ambitiosa not quaerit, his quae sunt, not irritatur not cogitat malum, not gaudet super iniquitatem, congaudet veritati autem “(1Cor 13, 1-6).

What does this mean? St. Paul points out that there can not be love if there is no love for the truth, and true love, the one preached by Christ: “[…] even though I bestow all my goods, and though I give my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing. Love is patient, love is kind; love is not jealous, it does not boast, it is not inflated, it is not rude, does not seek its own interests, does not get angry, do not take into account a wrong suffered, does not rejoice over wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth. ”

What does it mean to love? St. John, the Apostle of love, teaches: “In hoc cognoscimus quoniam diligimus NATOs Dei, cum diligamus Deum et eius faciamus delivery. Haec enim east caritas Dei, ut eius servemus flow; supply sunt eius et gravia not, quoniam omne, quod ex Deo natum east, vincit mundum; east victoria et haec, quae vicit Mundum: our fides “(1Jn. 5.2 to 4); it means: “By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and keep his commandments. For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments; and his commandments are not burdensome. For whatever is born of God overcomes the world; and this is the victory that has overcome the world-our faith. ”


We understand very simply because the modernists, who usurp many of our churches for over fifty years, who hate the Catholic faith. They boldly subverting the Divine Constitutions (cf. Pascendi Dominici Gregis, St. Pius X; Mortalium Animos, Pius XI, Humani Generis, Pope Pius XII), who can not be modified (Mt 24:35, “Caelum et transibunt earth, verba mea not true praeteribunt “), they prove to have no faith, because those who have faith, fear God (Ps. 60.6), so you never dare to deprave his word (cf. Satis Cognitum and Provvidentissimus Deus, Pope Leo XIII ), to violate His commandments, especially to those that govern the duties of man towards God

What is happening? The modernists, fully undisturbed masters of most of our churches, a real live skit (click here ) is that they pretend to have faith (Sir. 15,13) and to teach it, in fact they do not fear God, I’m sad beings (Eccl . 8.13) and demonstrate,  de facto ,  to be agnostic; Today, in addition to teaching in the open to every kind of sin ( click here ), the churches are opening up to the invaders, as a kind of hostel, so give the world a false message of charity, philanthropy, indeed, Third World, Masonic and cosmopolitan (as I have already explained  here ).

There are some recent  photos released by Republic  where we see that our churches are doing fine, built with the blood of the martyrs, hundreds of years, built up with so much faith and with the savings of widows, with the donations of the poor and the rich, defenses in the wars against invaders to the death.

Who would have imagined that so many sacrifices made ​​to build places of worship to God, for the glory of God, they would be served today, to disseminate the worship of man? Quell’antropocentrismo modern and agnostic, that doctrine Wojtyla , who creeps in much of the Catholic Church since Vatican II to the present.


Read more/Images – http://radiospada.org/2014/06/acquasantiere-usate-per-lavare-i-calzini-e-chiese-usurpate/

On the dismissal of Fr. Wylie from the New York Archdiocese: Order came “directly from the Cardinal’s office!”



(Rorate Caeli) – As we reported yesterday (first post here), Fr. Justin Wylie, a South African priest serving as attaché to the Holy See’s United Nations Permanent Observer Mission, was dismissed from his regular functions as a priest in the Archdiocese of New York following a sermon on the urgent need for the Archdiocese to send true and sympathetic shepherds to serve (and guide) those who attend the Extraordinary From of the Mass in the Archdiocese.

We can now add that a correspondent of the blog spoke personally to Monsignor Edward Weber, the director of priest personnel for the Archdiocese of New York, regarding the astonishing, unprecedented, and violent dismissal (with letters sent even to his employer, the Holy See’s United Nations Permanent Observer mission, and his native diocese). The monsignor told this correspondent that the removal of Fr. Wylie did not go through his office (whose whole purpose is the administration of priestly personnel affairs), but came “directly from the Cardinal’s office“.
The contrast of how Fr. Wylie was handled with how was considered, for instance, the affair involving another visiting priest, from the Diocese of Oakland, Califonia, could not be greater. Some years ago, this visiting priest from Oakland had been arrested for a lewd act in public in that city (police report – very graphic content).

Syncretism at the Vatican: Giving Countenance to False Religion!!


I saw also the relationship between the two popes. . . I saw how baleful would be the consequences of this false church. I saw it increase in size; heretics of every kind came into the city (of Rome). The local clergy grew lukewarm, and I saw a great darkness… ”

– Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich, May 13, 1820

Mohammedanism was a heresy: that is the essential point to grasp before going any further. It began as a heresy, not as a new religion. It was not a pagan contrast with the Church; it was not an alien enemy. It was a perversion of Christian doctrine. It vitality and endurance soon gave it the appearance of a new religion, but those who were contemporary with its rise saw it for what it was_not a denial, but an adaptation and a misuse, of the Christian thing.


Something very odd will be happening in the Vatican tomorrow. From Vatican Insider:

It will begin with three distinct prayers – Jewish, Christian and Muslim – the “prayer for peace” that will bring together, on Sunday evening in the Vatican gardens, Pope Francis, Israeli President Shimon Peres, the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and the Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. It will be a “pause from politics” and the delegations, which are still incomplete, will not include representatives of the respective governments.


Continue reading – http://blog.steveskojec.com/2014/06/07/syncretism-at-the-vatican-giving-countenance-to-false-religion/

– Hilaire Belloc, The Great Heresies