Beware this is a Trad Catholic website [Catholics who see the growing one world stuff, but still believe in the RCC as the "one true church"] I posted about Trads already.
"A Guru, Two Popes & Mother Teresa"
I am using this for the quotes....We know that the harlot mixes and matches with other mutual members of Mystery Babylon. I posted on hindu god worshipping Catholic Cardinals here. In fact I remember noting how alike Catholic art of the saints was just like Hindu drawings of their gods and goddesses. Always remember Satan's lies are the same all over.
So Chinmoy was clearly a Hindu spiritual master, having "inner experiences," achieving an "advanced states of meditation," etc. Now, about Hindus, Vatican II said that they are on a "loving trusting flight towards God." (Abbott Edition, p. 662)
Pope Paul VI met Sri Chinmoy on March 22, 1972 and said: "This meeting of ours has been most essential. Your message and mine are the same. When we both leave this world, you and I, we will meet together." (Paul expects to be in Heaven with the Hindu guru)
On October 14, 1987, Pope John Paul II addressed this Hindu master with "God bless you and your divine activities." On November 18, 1988, JPII said: "God bless you and all your contemplative activities." (John Paul considers Hinduism a divine activity and worthy of God's blessing)
Mother Teresa as well met Sri Chinmoy, this convinced Hindu who spreads the message of that false religion. She is quoted, on October 1, 1994, as saying: "I am so pleased with all the good work you are doing for world peace and for people in so many countries. May we continue to work together and to share together all for the glory of God and for the good of man."
And on October 17, 1995, she reaffirmed: "All you are doing is for God. How beautiful! Thank God! God is doing everything for both of us. Pray for me." Again, on June 27, 1997, she wrote: "Thank you for all you are to God, for the beautiful work you have done for the glory of God and the good of souls."
And finally she said, on August 27, 1997: "All you are doing for the world is for the glory of God and for the good of people! Your works of love are works of prayer, and our works of prayer are works of God." (Mother Teresa thinks that spreading Hinduism is helpful for world peace that Hinduism contributes to the glory of God and the good of our souls)
Sri Chinmoy even has a website page devoted to Pope John Paul II.
Sri Chinmoy was overjoyed to meet Pope John Paul II and had this to say to him. [from his own website]:
"The Pope replied, "I am so happy to welcome you." Then he said in Italian, "I cannot express what I am feeling now." This was translated by an American bishop standing near the Pope.
Sri Chinmoy then continued, "Your Holiness, right now I see in you the most benevolent Father of the Catholic world, the Master-Leader of the Christian world and the Champion-Lover of humanity."
One thing I've noted over the years studying, false religions and the "interreligious dialogue, is many of their leaders do see the Pope as a leader for Humanity. Well us Christians, know why that is.
With the Hinduism, there is a total overlap, and they are leading people to the Antichrist, nothing Christian about this!
"Teacher Rediscovers Hinduism Via Catholic Sage"
Dipankar Basu, who teaches at Jesuit-run St Xavier’s Collegiate School, celebrated the festival of Saraswati using a Hindu “mantra” along with songs composed by Brahmabandhab Upadhyaya (1861-1907), a Hindu convert to Catholicism,.
This year, the West Bengal state is celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Upadhyaya, who strove to integrate Christianity and Hinduism.
Bihar, Orissa and West Bengal states all celebrated the Saraswati Puja (festival) yesterday.
Some 25 Christians and 25 Hindus took part in the celebration at Basu’s residence.
Jesuit Father Patrick Vincent, who brought some 20 Jesuit seminarians to the event, said it would help them gain a deeper understanding of Hinduism and appreciate its rich tradition.
Swami Narasimhananda, a Hindu spiritual leader who attended the worship, hailed Christians and Hindus worshipping God together.
“It is only by coming together that we will be able to understand, and appreciate one another, and build a better community,” he told ucanews.com. The Hindu monk said he appreciated the Christian interpretation of the Hindu sacred texts.