“National Day of Tolerance and Coexistence”

Literal witches and demon worshipers are rejoicing at the altar of Bergoglio. Happy Saturday.

Representatives of Iraqi’s Shiite Muslim majority, its Sunni Muslim community, Christians, Yazidis and Mandaeans…joined Pope Francis (sic) at Ur.

Farmon Kakay, a member of a delegation from Iraq’s small Kaka’i community, a pre-Islamic religion and ethnic group related to the Yazidis, told Catholic News Service, “To see His Holiness is big news for me. We want the pope to take a message to the government to respect us.”

Faiza Foad, a Zoroastrian from Kirkuk, had a similar hope that Pope Francis’ visit would move the government and Iraqi society as a whole to a greater recognition of religious freedom for all.

Wearing a white dress trimmed in gold and decorated with sequins, Foad told CNS that even though her religion is not an “Abrahamic faith,” participating in the meeting was a sign that all people are members of the one human family.

In fact, Rafah Husein Baher, a Mandaean, told Pope Francis that “together we subsist through the war’s ruins on the same soil. Our blood was mixed; together we tasted the bitterness of the embargo; we have the same identity.”

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi announced in a tweet: “In celebration of the historic meeting in Najaf between Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani and Pope Francis, and the historic interreligious meeting in the ancient city of Ur, we declare March 6 a National Day of Tolerance and Coexistence in Iraq.”

https://www.catholicnews.com/hostility-violence-are-%27betrayals%27-of-religion-pope-says-in-iraq/

And Jesus coming, spoke to them, saying: All power is given to me in heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world. Matt 28:18-20

14 thoughts on ““National Day of Tolerance and Coexistence”

  1. Clearly – despite never claiming the title – Jorje Cardinal Bergoglio is most certainly the Vicar of Christ! Why, the demon-worship and one world religion initiatives demonstrate this with such amazing clarity it is IMPERATIVE we silence anyone who implies in any way, shape, or form there is something ODD about the current “papacy”!

  2. The FiP’s, and especially more so, the anti-BiP’s, are facing a conundrum. They either have to admit BiP is truth or they will be forced into sedevacantism. I respect the ’58 sedes more for their beliefs than the anti-BiP’s for not having the cojones to admit they’re already sedevacantists. There is no way in Hades that Bergoglio could be a true Pope with all the degenerates who love him.

    It’s quite simple for this unlearned Catholic…..

    BiP or sedevacante
    The Petrine Promise is real or it isn’t.

    St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us.
    St. Joan of Arc, pray for us.
    St. Joseph, pray for us.
    Our Lady, Seat of Wisdom, Spouse of the Holy Ghost, pray for us.
    Jesus, Son of God, have mercy on us.

    1. The majority of FiP’s don’t even believe you need to be Catholic to be saved so their opinion doesn’t matter.

      Unless you mean the mentally tortured species known as the FrancisTrads, whose grift depends on them not straying from the Bergoglian reservation.

  3. I am experiencing such dark feelings of spiritual desolation. I know nobody knows the day or the hour, but I continually asking God how much longer we must endure this. I am begging Him to speed this up. Our Lord told Judas to be quick about what he was going to do. Dear God, please let Your and our enemies make it quick!

    1. Canadian Lady – perfectly understandable, and I have shared those feelings as I’m sure most have, if they’re honest.

      An SSPX Priest gave me some of the best council I’ve ever heard in my life. I will paraphrase, since time has made me lose specifics. He told me despair, loss of hope, is the worst sin imaginable, worse than most others. It may be evidence of loss of faith. Then he described the Three Cardinal Virtues in a way that made them real and present and practical, at least for me. They are integral parts of a flower.

      Faith: The roots that go down into the soil and drink up all the nutrients and life of the Faith, delivering them to those parts of your being that need them.

      Hope: The stem of the flower that connects the roots of the flower to the bloom; this is the working, practical part of the flower.

      Love: The point of the flower – its bloom. This bloom receives the light of the sun and connects it to the nutrients of the soil which together manufacture life. This bloom gives off beauty and glory to God, happiness to all who see it, a sweet savor.

      If you lose hope, you cut the stem. As long as you keep the roots (the Faith) you are still alive in God (you, me, us, have not apostatized). Confession and repentance brings new life out of those roots and the hope of a future bloom. Keep the roots. Grow toward the sun. That was my takeaway and I will never forget those sweet words of council as I struggled through similar dark times.

      God bless the SSPX (FSSP etc) and all faithful Priests everywhere who connect man to God through the Roman Catholic Church. And God bless you, and all others struggling in these very challenging and confusing days of evil in this world. God reigns!

      1. Aqua, thank you for sharing that beautiful analogy. Perfect! May God bless all good priests who keep up their good work in these dark times. They are a ray of sunshine from Our Good Master.

    2. I went through a horrific time the last half of 2020. Between serious health issues and the covid scam, I thought I was losing it. I was certain we were entering end times (and of course that still seems to be a real possibility). Waking up every day was so difficult because I’d have to remember all the insanity that was all around us. Eventually through prayer, daily Mass, frequent confession, spiritual reading, etc I overcame my anxiety.

      I like this short little prayer from St. John of the Cross and say it several times a day:

      O Blessed Jesus, give me stillness of soul in You. Let Your mighty calmness reign in me. O You King of gentleness. King of Peace. Amen

      1. That’s great, kono. I’m going to memorize that.

        Another thing this fine Priest counseled me was on prayer, which has had a huge impact on me. The mistake many make is to make prayer into theological, college level dissertations. And if that is not there (most always) … then prayer is not happening (most always).

        But we are directed by God to pray without ceasing!

        And so his advice: short bursts of praise and adoration; single words and short sentences; connect a moment of trial to God by offering it up; or just simply be silent and contemplate his presence (which is kind of what your reference reminds me of). Father told me, frequently he sits or kneels before Jesus and just stares at Him, and Jesus stares back – in love. It is meant to be simple, and frequent – as in all of the time, everything (as much as possible) given to God, connected to God in simple, childlike adoration prayer.

      2. Aqua, yes, tons of quick prayers….all day. O Mary conceived without sin…..is another favorite of mine. Also looking at pictures of the Sacred Heart and Immaculate Heart. Jesus, especially is pleading with us in the Sacred Heart pics.

        Good night all,

        God bless and the Virgin protect us!

      3. Short and sweet, as they say. He must increase and I must decrease. He already knows what you need. Praise Him and turn it over. Then adore and listen.

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