Pope Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) and the Vatican published the encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” exactly one year after holding a pagan Pachamama idol worship on Oct. 4, 2019 in the Vatican Gardens prior to the Amazon Synod.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider condemned Bergoglio’s Pachamama idol worship, stating “we cannot do that, [because] it would seem that we indirectly recognize their cults,” and “that is against the entire Gospel, against the entire proclamation of the Church of 2,000 years.”
However, the “Fratelli Tutti” (“Brothers All”) enyclical, received high praise from the Jesuits’ American Magazine, which cited COVID-19 for highlighting racial and social injustice in the world, especially for migrants and refugees.
Inter-religious outreach has dominated the agenda of the first Jesuit Pope, who has also given strong financial support for open borders.
If the Vatican is on a pathway to a one world religion it does not sit well with traditional Catholics, Sedevacantists (who believe the Holy See has been vacant since the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958) and those who think the election of Pope Francis was invalid therefore Benedict XVI is still Pope.
“The type of unity they desire is for a unified one-world government, and whatever a unified one-world religion can do to bring this about, all the better.”“Church Militant’s” response to Fratelli Tutti
The Vatican recently signed onto the planning of the “Abrahamic Family House” that equates Christianity, Judaism, Islam and a diversity of religions.
Bergoglio responded to a reporter on June 10, 2020 asking about a United Nations’ decision, “If we consider ourselves humanity, when they make statements, our duty is to obey.”
In a June 29, 2020 homily, Bergoglio, who has openly criticized President Trump, lamented criticizing world leaders, oddly stated “It is pointless, even tedious, for Christians to waste their time complaining about the world, about society, about everything that is not right.”
Francis of Assisi is cited as one inspiration for “Fratelli Tutti” (and Bergoglio’s chosen papal name) who Bergoglio says urged “all forms of hostility or conflict be avoided and that a humble and fraternal ‘subjection’ be shown to those who did not share his faith.”
Dr. Greg Abbott, writing in Catholic World Report, thinks Bergoglio misinterprets Assisi’s encounter with Sultan Malik-el-Kamil in Egypt: “Francis wasn’t there for an exchange of diplomatic pleasantries. He wanted to convert the Sultan to Christianity through word and action.”
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Further reading: Novus Ordo Watch