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Vatican Offers Reconciliation Bid to Society of St. Pius X
This is why Israel should still fear Rome.
By Dennis Leap
On June 14 the Vatican proposed a way to reconcile with the Society of St. Pius X (sspx), the ultra-traditionalist breakaway group founded by the late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in 1969. Special legal status is being offered the group in a continued effort on the part of Pope Benedict xvi to move the Roman Catholic Church to a more conservative position.
The status being offered is called “personal prelature,” which is like a diocese without specific boundaries. This legal status was introduced during the Second Vatican Council and until now has only been given to the conservative Opus Dei movement. (retul aici)
Al doilea articol conține un rezumat istoric foarte instructiv:
The Last Crusade
Most people think the crusades for Jerusalem are a thing of the past—over forever. They are wrong. Preparations are being made for a final crusade, and it will be the bloodiest of all! The exceedingly good news is this: The world will never again see a bloody crusade for Jerusalem. And nothing is more important than your understanding why!
By Gerald Flurry
The Crusades were a series of Roman Catholic “holy” wars to wrest control of the Holy Land from Muslims. They produced some of the bloodiest battles in history.
Did you ever wonder how the Catholics reconcile that “holy” slaughter with the Bible, which states, “Thou shalt not kill”? Or how they can read the Sermon on the Mount and still lead the religious world in spilling rivers of blood?
They are called the Christian Crusades. That label itself is a deception. They were primarily Catholic Crusades. Other Christian religions have their problems, but let’s not blame them for what the Catholics did—and will do.
This last crusade is not just about the evils of Catholicism; it’s also about evils of other nations and religions. Some background will help us understand. (restul aici)