Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Vatican Delegation to Saddleback at Rick Warren's Church
Rick Warren appeared on the Catholic news show "World Over" on EWTN and spoke of a Vatican delegation to Saddleback. Rick Warren as we know, is ecumenical to the core and a worker for Rome's building of the one world religion.
Early on Warren praises Pope Francis, saying "he is doing everything right.", "this is what the world expects a Christian to do", "if you love Pope Francis, you'll love jesus". Then he talks about his parents and that his father taught him how to get along with a pauper or a king. Next up, they discuss his P.E.A.C.E plan where Warren says he sent over 23,000 of his church members overseas to help carry it's agenda. One interesting statement is when Arroyo says to him, of people overseas, that he is truly "non-denominational", well of course he would be to advance the false ecumenism. Warren responds with the statement, "You love jesus, you're all in the same camp." At the 14:00, he speaks of the essentials and liberty in the non-essentials, of course applying this to Catholicism and more of the ecumenical message. The apostate church, sure is bigger then China or India.
They cover the phony "religious freedom" subject related to Hobby Lobby. Warren states that he believes "religious liberty may be the civil rights issue of the next decade". Which is rather ominous considering what is planned regarding persecution of real Christians in this world. The focus on this false "religious liberty" is an advanced Trojan horse, to continue what the false culture wars did uniting the churches into the one world religion. At 19:41, Arroyo, talks about the Vatican sending a delegation to Saddleback. Warren speaks of agreeing with the Vatican delegates on re-evangelizing "Christians in name only". Can any of my readers figure out the bishop's name they are stating? Warren then talks about his "health" pursuits for the rest of the video, and states, "It's not about me!"
Warren's latest Mental health project with Catholic clergy