Roman Catholic “iconography”…

The Mexican “Virgin of Guadalupe” embracing (!) Pope John Paul II.

Celebrating Assisi in Arras, France with the Koran on the Altar…

Icons, a prayerbook – and the Koran in the center of the altar…

In the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Savior (Saint-Sauveur), in the Diocese of Arras (Pas-de-Calais, France), an “Interreligious prayer vigil” was held on October 26, 2011, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first Assisi interreligious meeting.

Attending were the Roman Catholic priest, an Orthodox priest, an imam, a Lutheran pastor and a rabbi:

The procession of the “interreligious gifts”…

Voodoo and Santeria at Assisi!!!

From the Associated Press report:

“Standing on the altar of St. Mary of the Angels basilica, Wande Abimbola of Nigeria, representing Africa’s traditional Yoruba religion, sang and shook a percussion instrument as he told the delegates that peace can only come with greater respect for indigenous religions.”

Assisi, 2011. (1)

Assisi, 2011.


Assisi, 2011. (2)

Assisi, 2011.


Assisi, 2011. (3)

Assisi, 2011.

“We must always remember that our own religion, along with the religions practiced by other people, are valid and precious in the eyes of the Almighty, who created all of us with such plural and different ways of life and belief systems,” he said.”



And also here is the link to another video of Wände Abimbola as he adressed the pope and patriarch and began to chant hymns to one of his gods, Olokun, as he shook a rattle in the god’s honor. The pope and patriarch smiled approvingly.: http://gloria.tv/

The Synod of the “Orthodox” Bishops of France, have stated their satisfaction concerning the “spirit of Assisi”!!!

 The Synod of Orthodox Bishops of France, expressed their satisfaction with the most outrageous Ecumenistic prayer in history.

Paris, October 24, 2011 – With an announcement the Synod of the Orthodox Bishops of France, made a short tribute to the 25th anniversary of the Assisi after 27/10/1986.

The Presidency of the Conference of the Orthodox Bishops of France is under the Metropolitan of France Emmanuel. The Synod welcomes the “spirit of Assisi” and hopes that this will be in our times. The Orthodox bishops of the various local Churches, stressed the importance of dialogue, especially interreligious and feel that it promotes mutual understanding, peace, progress and mutual respect.

The press release states: “Now, during the global crisis, more than ever it is a necessity, not only to overcome the historical wounds, but to work together for peace and to overcome the tensions created from these crises.”

The Synod of the “Orthodox” Bishops of France, having welcomed the “spirit of Assisi”, decided to participate in interfaith “religious meetings for peace”, which are to be held in Paris on October 27 by the Roman Catholics, and the  ecumenical community of St. “Giles.

Source: aktines

A Panreligious Meeting is convened in Assisi by the Pope on grounds of “peace”…

An article from www.trustedworldnews.com (Edited by Red Sky Warning) that outlines the latest developments on the issue of “pan-religion”.

VATICAN CITY, Oct 25 – Pope Benedict XVI has invited 300 religious leaders to a meeting in Assisi in Italy to repudiate “violence in the name of God” amid growing tensions fuelled by fundamentalists across the world.

The day of interreligious council, which will be held on Thursday in St. Francis of Assisi’s birthplace, is intended to be a “journey of reflection, dialogue and prayer for peace and justice in the world,” the Vatican said.

Over 50 Islamic representatives are expected to attend the talks from several countries, including Saudi Arabia and Iran.

They will be joined by Rabbis, Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, a Zoroastrian, a Bahai and representatives of Taoism and Confucianism as well as of other traditional religions from Africa and America.

For the first time, four atheists will also attend the meeting (!), which is traditionally organised so as not to coincide with the Muslim day of prayer on Friday, the Jewish one on Saturday or the Christian one on Sunday.

However, the Imam from the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, a heavyweight authority on Sunnism, will not be coming, having fallen out with the pope after he urged Egypt to protect Christians from attacks by radical Islamists.

The meeting is being criticised by Catholic fundamentalists who are strongly against the idea of dialogue with other religions. French fundamentalist Regis de Cacqueray said 1,000 masses would be needed to be said in reparation.

The event marks the 25th anniversary of the first interreligious meeting in Assisi, organised by John Paul II in 1986 as a “day of prayer” inspired by the United Nation’s proclamation of an International Year of the Peace.

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the then prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, chose not to attend because of concerns shared by traditionalists that it risked mixing religions into a vague common belief.

Videos from Assisi, 1986



Meanwhile, the Synod of the “Orthodox” Bishops of France, having welcomed the “spirit of Assisi”, decided to participate in interfaith “religious meetings for peace”, which are to be held in Paris on October 27 by the Roman Catholics, and the  ecumenical community of St. “Giles.

In a press release sit was stated that: “Now, during the global crisis, more than ever it is a necessity, not only to overcome the historical wounds, but to work together for peace and to overcome the tensions created from these crises.”

Moscow Patriarchate clergy kiss the Pope’s hand.


Clergy of the Moscow Patriarchate, headed by Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev, kissing the hand of Pope Benedict XVI.

Is the Papacy a Church?


“We have cut the Latins off from us for no other reason than that they are not only schismatics, but also heretics. For this reason it is wholly improper to unite with them.” – St. Mark Evgenikos of Ephesus (1392-1444)

“Is the Papacy a Church?” by Alexander Kalomiros. It is an excellent article concerning the Papacy. It was printed in:TYPOS, June-July issues, 1965, Athens, Greece.

You may download the full article here.






The Sygillion of the Pan-Orthodox Council of Constantinople, 1583.


of the Pan-Orthodox Council of Constantinople, 1583
To all the genuine Christian children of the Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of Christ of the East in Trigovyst and in all places, be grace and peace and mercy from Almighty God.

Not a little distress took possession of that Ark of old, when, storm-tossed, it was borne upon the waters; and if the Lord God, remembering Noah, had not in His good will calmed the water, there would have been no hope of salvation in it. In a like manner with the new Ark of our Church, the heretics have raised up a relentless war against us, and we have deemed it well to leave behind the present tome against them so that with the things written in it you may be able more surely to defend your Orthodoxy. But in order that the document may not be burdensome to simple people, we have decided to set forth the entire subject to you in simple speech as follows:

From old Rome have come certain persons who learned there to think like Latins; and the bad thing is that from being Byzantines born and bred in our own parts, they not only have changed their faith, but they also battle the Orthodox and true dogmas of the Eastern Church which Christ Himself and the divine Apostles and the Holy Councils of the Holy Fathers delivered to us. Whereupon, having cut them off as rotten members, we order:

I) Whosoever does not confess with heart and mouth that he is a child of the Eastern Church baptized in an Orthodox manner, and that the Holy Spirit proceeds only from the Father, essentially and hypostatically, as Christ says in the Gospel, although He proceeds from the Father and the Son in time, let such a one be out of our Church and let him be anathematized.

II) Whosoever does not confess that in the Mystery of Holy Communion laymen should commune from two kinds both of the precious Body and Blood, but says that it is enough to receive only the Body, for the Blood is also there, even though Christ has spoken and has given each one separately, and they do not keep it, let such be anathematized.

III) Whosoever says that our Lord Jesus Christ at the Mystical Last Supper used unleavened bread as do the Hebrews and not leavened bread, that is, raised bread, let him be far from us and under the anathema as one who thinks like a Jew and as one who introduces the doctrine of Apollinaris and of the Armenians into our Church, on which account let him be anathematized a second time.

IV) Whosoever says that when our Christ and God comes to judge the souls together with the bodies, but comes in order to decide only for the body, anathema to him.
V) Whosoever says that when they die the souls of the Christians who repented in this life but did not do their penance go to purgatory – which is a Greek myth – where fire and torment purify them, and they think that there is no eternal torment, as did Origen, and give cause by this to sin freely, let such a one have the anathema.

VI) Whosoever says that the Pope is head of the Church and not Christ, and that he has authority to admit into Paradise with his letters, and can forgive as many sins as will be committed by one who with money receives an indulgence from him, let such a one have the anathema.

VII) Whosoever does not follow the customs of the Church which the seven Holy Ecumenical Councils have decreed, and the Holy Pascha and calendar which they enacted well for us to follow, but wants to follow the newly-invented Paschalion and the new calendar of the atheist astronomers of the Pope; and opposing them, wishes to overthrow and destroy the doctrines and customs of the Church which we have inherited from our Fathers, let any such have the anathema and let him be outside of the Church and the Assembly of the Faithful.

VIII) We exhort all pious and Orthodox Christians: remain in those things which you learned and in which you were born and bred, and when the times and circumstances call for it, shed your very blood in order both to keep the Faith given us by our Fathers and to keep your confession. Beware of such people and take care, that our Lord Jesus Christ help you. May the blessing of our humility be with you all. Amen.

The 1,583rd year from the birth of the God-man, Indiction 12, November 20th.
+JEREMIAS of Constantinople
+SYLVESTER of Alexandria
+SOPHRONIOS of Jerusalem
And the rest of the bishops of the Synod who were present

Surprisingly succinctly expresses the essence of Roman Catholicism…

This is a Roman Catholic “icon” of Christ entrusting (retracting?) the earth to (from? in order to give it to the next pope?) the late Pope John Paul II, who has recently been “beatified” and is on the fast track to being canonized a saint by the Vatican and whom the iconographer obviously has already canonized.

It surprisingly succinctly expresses the essence of Roman Catholicism: