Will You Go to Hell For Failure to Ecuminate? October 5, 2016Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, catachesis, different religion, disaster, error, foolishness, Francis, General Catholic, horror, persecution, Revolution, scandals, sickness, Society, the struggle for the Church.
Ecuminate (eh-cuum-in-ate): the act of being ecumenical.
So can you be damned to hell for all eternity for failing to be sufficiently ecumenical, or at least suffer additionally in Purgatory for the same “crime?”
“Be open, be a friend. ‘But I must do everything to convert them!’ There’s a great sin against ecumenism: proselytism, they’re “our brothers and sisters.”
And remember, “proselytism is solemn nonsense.” I’ll remember to tell that to Saints Francis Xavier, Martin de Porres, Boniface, Augustine, Isaac Jogues, Jean de Brebeuf, et. al, if I am blessed enough to meet them in Heaven.
Do I even need to unpack this? We see in this statement how in the mind of a progressive, a highly disordered and abused “movement” within the Church magically transmogrifies into a pseudo-doctrine over a few decades, or, at least, when it suits the needs of the progressive to pretend it so. Ecumenism is the solemn nonsense to me. It’s been a movement rife with indifferentism and bearing destructive influences since its inception and has primarily served to wound the Church, not bring Catholics and X closer together.
Surely some preparatory rhetoric there for the upcoming 500th anniversary of Luther
circle jerks “celebrations.”
Another plane flight, another disastrous statement or series thereof. The same Bishop of Rome who decried “gender ideology” – whatever that meant to him then, in that context, because it constantly shifts – had just days before called a woman a “man” and “married” even though that poor lost individual had had themselves mutilated to appear something like a man (though a really pitiful one) and then proceeded to “marry” another woman. That’s a public endorsement of everything gender theory has tried to advance for decades. Once again, a different venue and a different audience yields a different, even contradictory, response.
And as if that were not enough (and this one I’m not ripping off Vox, I found it on my own), it seems it’s become something like open season against the 45 leading Churchmen who had sent a private letter to Francis imploring him to “clarify” the extremely damaging statements of Amoris Laetitia. That letter was subsequently leaked – very likely from the Vatican itself – and the names of the signatories released. Those signatories have since been enduring some harsh repercussions from the “peace, love, and brotherhood” side of the Church:
Some of the scholars who sent an appeal to the 218 Cardinals and patriarchs are under fire for urging corrective measures to clarify “a number of statements that can be understood in a sense that is contrary to Catholic faith and morals” in Amoris Laetitia.
A few weeks ago, a letter from Pope Francis surfaced that expressed the Holy Father’s support to the bishops of the Buenos Aires, Argentina, pastoral region that read: “No other interpretation” of Amoris Laetitiais valid, consequently allowing the distribution of Holy Communion to divorced/remarried (Catholics) in some cases — certainly one of the hot topics in question.
Many of the signatories of the scholarly appeal remain anonymous to protect their reputation and jobs. Yet some are still suffering pressure for their attempt to stay faithful to Church teaching and tradition.
LifeSiteNews has gathered information – confirmed by several of the signatories, including the spokesperson, Dr. Joseph Shaw – that one signatory, who is well known internationally, has lost his position as a director of academic affairs at a Pontifical university.
Another was threatened by his bishop that his academic sabbatical would be canceled, but he found another bishop willing to allow him to begin the process of incardination in his diocese.
Yet another has been forbidden to speak publicly about Amoris Laetitia, and another has been told to rescind his signature.
And a Cardinal put pressure on one of the signatories to withdraw his name.
Call ’em out. Name names. Document everything possible. Bring the evidence. Sure, the whistle blower will almost certainly suffer even more, they almost always do, but it would be an immense service to the Church to know just whom is committing these acts of repression. More than likely, the names will be little surprise.
According to the new religion, everyone is entitled to heaping helpings of mercy, except those worthless Pharisaical Promethean neo-Pelagian adherents of the bad old religion.
Apparently we have two new super-Commandments. “Thou shalt ecuminate with all thy heart, and all thy soul, and all thy strength,” and the second is like unto it, “Thou shalt not point out the emperor’s nakedness.”