Saturday, October 29, 2011

Pope at a New Assisi: "May Every Religion Bring Upon the Earth Justice and Peace."

I got this video from Fanatic for Jesus blog. I knew this meeting was coming up. Assisi is where the Popes have held some of their most important one world religion meetings. Pope John Paul II held one in 1986 and in 2002. This is Benedict's second as well I believe.

Read this article for more context:

"Pope Announces New Assisi "Meeting of Faiths"

One thing that Pope says is "May every religion bring upon the earth justice and peace", which by the way was part of a reading at the other Assisi meetings...this more then anything announces the universalism of the Pope's and their masonic desire for every religion to be gathered around 'one altar".

Now notice the little chalice there too...[the lighted circular candle]

Going along with the BEAST program: see here.

Notice those little chalices they use as a "symbol of light". Those are used at every service in the Unitarian Universalist church. That makes sense since the UU church is a daughter as well mandated by Rome.

They light one of these before every UU service:

The lighted lamp is even used in one of their most popular one world religion symbols, that is shared among many Unitarian Universalist churches:

More deception too from the Pope and his men:

Vatican City (AsiaNews) – Christianity will be represented by 31 delegations, Judaism by the International Committee on Interreligious Consultation, the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and other international Jewish organisation. Other religions will be represented as well. Five Hindu leaders, 3 Jains, 5 Sikhs, 1 Zoroastrian and 1 Baha’i, 67 Buddhists and the heads of 16 delegations from 11 countries, including the People’s Republic of China. The president of the Confucian Association will come from South Korea, the president of the Taoist Association will come from Hong Kong, and two Shinto delegations will come from Japan. Representatives from four new religions will also be present. There will be 48 Muslims, from Jordan, Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, Algeria, Morocco, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, as well as some Western countries. Representatives of traditional religions will come from Africa, America and Asia as well as four invited non-believers. More than 50 nations will be represented.

These are the numbers of the ‘Day of reflection, dialogue and prayer for justice and peace in the world’ that will held in Assisi on 27 October, that were presented this morning in the Vatican. The theme of the Day, said Card Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, is “Pilgrims of truth, pilgrims of peace”. It aims “to show, with simplicity, that as religious men and men of good will, we want to offer our own articulated contribution to the building of a better world, whilst at the same time acknowledge the need to grow in dialogue and mutual esteem so as to improve the efficacy of our actions.”

Rev 13:11 And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
Rev 13:12 And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.


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The Roaming Commoner said...

Yeah, the NWO is full of this "all religions lead to the same result" party line. I've been seeing a lot more of it now than I had noticed before (which can't be a good sign). Some are even saying the Bono of U2 is the actual antichrist himself because of his views. While I don't think that he personally is the Antichrist, what he talks about does make me wonder.

Anonymous said...

Oh, guys. You're so far off. I'm UU and we have very little in common with Catholics. Unitarian Universalism certainly wasn't started by the Catholic Church. In fact, some of our founders were killed by the Catholic Church. We're definitely getting along much better these days, and I for one like it this way. Violence perpetrated in the name of God is a terrible sin. I will hold all of you in my prayers, and hope that peace between people of different faiths will continue to grow.

Bible Believer said...

Why are you glad the UU church and Catholic church get along better?

The sex scandals stuff is STILL HAPPENING, I just do not want to bore my readers with the constant horrible reports, but went on 50 years ago continues today.

If you even realized how the Vatican is behind so much of the international banking corruption and other evils in this world, you would not think it was a good thing that the UU and Catholic church have a closer relationship.

{I of course believe the Theosophical UU, is a daughter of Rome today}

You do realize even a UU president went to the Vatican? That the UUs and Rome share endless interfaith ventures. You ever wonder why UUs who say they are for "freedom" are paired up with the most freedom destroying organization this world has ever known?

Leave the globalist elitist UU behind, and find the truth that is Jesus Christ.

Bible Believer said...

Make sure you read these threads too...

The Vatican today is formenting the wars for the NWO as well. The reason our insane leaders want to go to war with Iran [and other nations have bene added]is for the central bankers and another "crusade" for Rome. Wake up!

Anonymous said...

More of the antichrist papacy setting up its world government. It's already in place and awaiting a global "catastrophe" to fully implement. All "Protestant denominations" are on board. their at the point now of eliminating the Muslim resistance to its plan, and integrating them with western society as a way of "modernizing" them to accept what's coming. Ah! I'm just a conspiracy theorist, what do I know! LOL.