Sunday, March 24, 2013

Pope Francis Calls for All Religions To Unite

Warning Catholic video..




Pope urges religions, those with no church to ally for justice

   I found this to be of interest.
Crespo, global support coordinator for the United Religions Initiative, said she had worked directly with Bergoglio on interfaith efforts. He hosted a meeting of Crespo's group, which fosters interfaith cooperation, at the Bueno Aires Metropolitan Cathedral. "He is so open and welcoming and humble at the same time," she said.


Bay Area Catholics May Find the New Pope a Mixed Bag 
“Maria Crespo, an Argentine Catholic visiting San Francisco, said Cardinal Bergoglio supports women in traditional roles. “Argentina is quite a traditional country so there has not been much controversy about women’s roles that I can remember,” she said. “But he has given women positions of responsibility,” she said. Crespo, global support coordinator for the United Religions Initiative, said she had worked directly with Bergoglio on interfaith efforts. He hosted a meeting of Crespo’s group, which fosters interfaith cooperation, at the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral. “He is so open and welcoming and humble at the same time,” she said.”
The Parliament of the World’s Religion’s was happy about Pope Francis's election too.


 


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. 

8 comments:

Bible Believer said...

PS if you haven't read the United Religions Initiative information on my blog please do so.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/search?q=URI

Anonymous said...

Every "pope" is a false prophet, so what else is new? This is the "pope" of which Rick Warren said he's a great guy and we should support him. And Greg Laurie is in bed with Warren, so that should tell you something. I wrote to Laurie's organization and asked them if Laurie will now separate from Warren due to Warren's endorsement of the "pope". Laurie's answer guy replied back that even Luis Palau says this is a great "pope", so it isn't all bad. What kind of answer is that? What happened to identifying every "pope" as a false prophet and catholicism as a false religion?

So this is the "pope" that Luis Palau said is a good friend and a person of true faith.

Where are the true people of faith among the herd of ecumenical charlatans?

Bible Believer said...

Response to unposted message.

To the person saying that is Jonathon Pyrce on the bus and not Francis I as a Cardinal in Buenos Aires, show me proof and a blog/website etc postdated BEFORE THE PAPAL ELECTION. I want something post dated BEFORE he became Pope, since they claim the picture is from 2002. {I'll make a correction then, odd they do seem to be almost dopplegangers of each other.

http://hickeysite.blogspot.com/2013/03/holy-smokes-look-alikes.html

I am sure I could find another photo of a hand gesture being made to replace it with. The Popes make so many of them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdXv3_zc7TQ

Video in Spanish, {I think this guy sees the Vatican as being "infiltrated} but the pictures of handshakes and other hand signs are to be seen. He includes the bus one too.

Bible Believer said...

I refused to post this person's comment since if it was who I think it is, they make the Christian board circuit making excuses for Calvary Chapel and steering people wrong, but I always want my pictures and information to be as accurate as possible even if their intentions are not the greatest. Oddly they denied the Pope is a Mason [or leader of the secret societies] in what they had to say. I guess they may have to start thinking about how their most loved church is involved with high level masonics, Knights of Malta etc, and they can't handle the cognitive dissonance. Sad to see.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure what you are asking about posting something prior to 2002 proving the photo is of Jonathan Pryce. However, Jonathan Pryce did play Juan Perron, the president of Argentina, in the film Evita, so chances are he has been to Argentina. I did find an article that talks about how Jonathan Pryce, after apearing on stage each night would, quote "then he'd jump on a red London bus and head back to the Regent's Park home he shares with Irish actress Kate Fahy ...." Sounds like he takes the bus quite often and that the photo in question could have been of him and not Pope Francis. After all, in the photo you can't even tell where or what city it was taken from, or it could even be a stillframe from a movie. You cannot use such an ambiguous photo as "proof" the new pope is a mason giving out signals. Show me a photo of Pope Francis where everyone can be sure it is Pope Francis making masonic hand gestures.

quote from The Australian, Jonathan Pryce, Everyman

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/arts/jonathan-pryce-everyman/story-e6frg8n6-122609285...

Anonymous said...

Peotestantism and Masonry and orher similar clubs with unChristian style oath making have gone hand in hand for centuries. It took ours a while to figure that out but a pope did and condemned membership in such clubs.

Bible Believer said...

The Pope is the head of freemasonary worldwide.

Of course on the surface they will condemn it.

I see in pictures Popes making freemasonic hand shakes and hand signs ALL THE TIME.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Freemasons+and+cardinals&rlz=1C1KMZB_enUS573US573&espv=210&es_sm=93&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=6OsLU83-EumkyQHqs4HoDA&ved=0CAoQ_AUoAg&biw=666&bih=425&dpr=1.5#q=Freemasons+and+Catholic+clergy&tbm=isch

Bible Believer said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ojvjgj3-zw

Popes and Freemasonry.

Hmmm black and white smoke, like the freemasonic ritual of black and white marbles.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackballing