terça-feira, 27 de agosto de 2019

Bispo Schneider: Vaticano está Traindo Cristo como Único Salvador da Humanidade


Papa Francisco assinou documento em Abu Dhabi junto com um líder religioso muçulmano no qual diz que Deus "deseja" a diversidade religiosa. Isto é, Deus abençoa e  deseja todas religiões. Isto é, não precisa acreditar em Cristo ou na Santíssima Trindade para ser salvo. Tá liberado geral.

Isso fez com que muitos condenassem o Papa como herético ou mesmo apóstata.

Em reunião com o Papa Francisco, o bispo Schneider perguntou diretamente ao Papa sobre isso e o Papa disse que na verdade quis dizer que Deus "permite" a diversidade religiosa, não desejava.

Mas o Papa ludibriou Schneider, além de não corrigir o documento publicamente, o Papa convocou comitê multi-religioso para promover a ideia de que Deus "deseja liberdade religiosa". O comitê conta com católicos e muçulmanos.

Daí, obviamente, foram perguntar hoje a Schneider o que ele achava desse comitê.

Ele não titubeou, disse que o Vaticano do Papa Francisco está traindo Cristo e também todas as almas que  não entenderão que a Igreja é a única porta para Cristo. O Vaticano está abandonando os missionários da fé, que procuram evangelizar o mundo.

Em suma, eu diria, o Vaticano promove apostasia do cristianismo.

Vejam  parte do artigo do  Life Site News.

EXCLUSIVE: Bishop Schneider says Vatican is betraying ‘Jesus Christ as the only Savior of mankind’


ROME, August 26, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The Vatican’s decision to implement a document affirming that the “diversity of religions” is “willed by God,” without correcting this statement, is tantamount to “promoting the neglect of the first Commandment” and a “betrayal of the Gospel,” Bishop Athanasius Schneider has said.
In an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews on a Vatican-backed iniative to promote the “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together,” the auxiliary of Astana, Kazakhstan, said that “however noble such aims as ‘human fraternity’ and ‘world peace’ may be, they cannot be promoted at the cost of relativizing the truth of the uniqueness of Jesus Christ and His Church.” 
The spread of this document in its uncorrected form will “paralyze the Church’s mission ad gentes” and suffocate her burning zeal to evangelize all men,” Bishop Schneider said.

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A “Higher Committee”

Last week, the Vatican announced that a multi-faith “Higher Committee” had been established in the United Arab Emirates to implement the “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together,” which Pope Francis signed on Feb. 4, 2019, in Abu Dhabi, together with Ahmad el-Tayeb, Grand Imam al-Azhar, during a three-day apostolic visit to the Arabian Peninsula.
Members of the seven member (Catholic and Muslim) commission include Pope Francis’s personal secretary, Fr. Yoannis Lahzi Gaid, and the president of the Ponfical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Archbishop Miguel Angel Ayuso Giuxot.
In a statement on Monday, Aug. 26, Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said that Pope Francis “encourages the efforts of the Committee to spread knowledge of the Document; he thanks the United Arab Emirates for the concrete commitment shown on behalf of human fraternity and he expresses the hope that similar initiatives can spring up throughout the world.”

Controversial document

The Abu Dhabi document drew controversy for stating that a “pluralism and diversity” of religions is “willed by God.”

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On March 1, 2019, during an ad limina visit of the bishops of Central Asia to Rome, Bishop Schneider, whose diocese is located in a predominantly Muslim nation, expressed  concern about this formulation to Pope Francis. The Pope said that the phrase in question on the “diversity of religions” meant “the permissive will of God,” and he gave explicit permission to Bishop Schneider and other bishops present to quote his words. 
Bishop Schneider in turn asked the Pope to clarify the statement in an official manner.
Pope Francis appeared to offer a clarification at his Wednesday general audience on April 3, 2019, but no official clarification or correction to the text has been given to date.  

According to Bishop Schneider, in implementing the Abu Dhabi document without correcting its erroneous affirmation on the diversity of religions, “men in the Church not only betray Jesus Christ as the only Savior of mankind and the necessity of His Church for eternal salvation, but also commit a great injustice and sin against love of neighbor.”
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"From a pastoral point of view, it is highly irresponsible to leave the faithful of the entire Church in uncertainty in such a vital question as the validity of the first Commandment of the Decalogue and the divine obligation of all men to believe and worship, with their free will, Jesus Christ as the only Savior of mankind. When God commanded all men “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him!” (Mt 17:5) and when, consequently, in His judgment He will “inflict vengeance on those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus” (2 Thess 1:8), how can He at the same time positively will the diversity of religions? The revealed unambiguous words of God are irreconcilable with the phrase in the Abu Dhabi document. To affirm the contrary would mean to square a circle or adopt the mindset of Gnosticism or Hegelianism.
One cannot justify the theory that the diversity of religions is positively willed by God by adducing the truth of the deposit of faith regarding free will as a gift of God the Creator. God has granted man free will precisely so that he may worship God alone, Who is the Triune God. God has not given man free will in order to worship idols, or to deny or blaspheme His Incarnate Son Jesus Christ, Who said: “He who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God” (Jn 3:18)."

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"From a pastoral point of view, it is highly irresponsible to leave the faithful of the entire Church in uncertainty in such a vital question as the validity of the first Commandment of the Decalogue and the divine obligation of all men to believe and worship, with their free will, Jesus Christ as the only Savior of mankind. When God commanded all men “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him!” (Mt 17:5) and when, consequently, in His judgment He will “inflict vengeance on those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus” (2 Thess 1:8), how can He at the same time positively will the diversity of religions? The revealed unambiguous words of God are irreconcilable with the phrase in the Abu Dhabi document. To affirm the contrary would mean to square a circle or adopt the mindset of Gnosticism or Hegelianism.
One cannot justify the theory that the diversity of religions is positively willed by God by adducing the truth of the deposit of faith regarding free will as a gift of God the Creator. God has granted man free will precisely so that he may worship God alone, Who is the Triune God. God has not given man free will in order to worship idols, or to deny or blaspheme His Incarnate Son Jesus Christ, Who said: “He who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God” (Jn 3:18)."

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Vejam a entrevista completa no site da Life Site News.

5 comentários:

Rafael P. disse...

O Arcebispo Dom Schneider acabou de tomar um caminho perigoso, podemos dizer que ele "atravessou o Rubicão".

Ontem a noite conversava com uma pessoa que tem um trânsito mais livre entre alguns padres. Questionei alguns pontos mais polêmicos, entendendo que um pronunciamento mais direto a respeito desses pontos é mais difícil porque a política de alguns alto-cleros é de intimidar com mensagens ambíguas, transferências e às vezes até coisas mais pesadas.

Porém, vejo que chegará o momento em que não dará mais de ficar apenas nas entrelinhas, uma defesa do matrimônio aqui, do celibato ali. Não deixando explícito, mas implicitamente seu posicionamento.

Chegará o momento do explícito e do objetivo. De dar nomes aos bois, cobras e demônios.

Dom Schneider atravessou o Rubicão.
Ele que inclusive já tem até restrições para viajar. Veremos agora os desdobramentos.

Será difícil, mas não prevalecerá!

Viva Cristo Rei!

Pedro Erik disse...

Amém.

Viva Cristo Rei!!!

Abraço, meu amigo.

Isac disse...

Corretíssimo, D Athanasius, versão atual de Santo Atanasio - o magnânico anti arianista!
Negar que papa Francisco comportaria querendo ser o novo Senhor Jesus Cristo não seria demais, pois como pode ele ousar dizer que "Ninguém poderá ser condenado para sempre, porque esta não é alógica do Evangelho", da Al., dentre dezenas de falas nada da Igreja de 2000 anos, idem o excomungado e seguidores testemunhos do evangelhos, bandos de heréticos e relativistas protestantes etc. etc?...

Isac disse...

Já leu?
"Bento XVI responde a críticas à sua reflexão sobre Igreja e a crise de abuso sexual" a qual seria crítica direta ao papa Francisco, o que me pareceria também.
https://fratresinunum.com/2019/08/27/bento-xvi-responde-a-criticas-a-sua-reflexao-sobre-igreja-e-a-crise-de-abuso-sexual/?unapproved=140677&moderation-hash=1676e725d127b2f8e5fb734dade214ab#comment-140677

Pedro Erik disse...

Sim, meu amigo Isac.

Grande abraço,
Pedro