Ecumenical movement of the Catholic Church

Their spiritual riches, of which their religions are the main and essential expression. Here again we find a clear expression of anti-pope John Paul II’s apostasy. He says that God makes himself present through the spiritual riches of peoples, of which their religions are the main expression. This means that God makes himself present to peoples through non-christian religions, which means that non-christian religions are true and inspired by God. 

Pope Pius the eighth May 24 1829: Against these experienced sophists the people must be taught that the profession of the Catholic faith is uniquely true as the apostle proclaims one Lord, one faith, one baptism. 

In addition to the volumes worth of speeches and writings which express anti-pope John Paul II’s religious indifferentism and total apostasy, there are a host of actions that cannot be overlooked. The most notorious of these actions was the Assisi World day of Prayer for peace on october 27 1986. On this day anti-pope John Paul II prayed with over 130 different religious leaders, thereby repudiating the teaching of scripture and the 2000-year teaching of the catholic church outlawing prayer with false religions. 

During this meeting the Dalai Lama placed a Buddhist statue on the tabernacle in the church of Saint Francis. Among the various false religious leaders at Assisi were rabbis, Islamic muftis, Buddhist monks, Shintoist, assorted protestant ministers, animists, Janus and others. During the meeting, a member of each false religion came forward and offered a prayer for peace. The animist leader prayed to the great “Thum”. Amid this tremendous display of apostasy, no prayer was offered by anti-pope John Paul II for the conversion of these infidels, heretics and pagans. 

Pope Saint-Celestine, the first council of Ephesus 431 chapter 8: Pray that the faith may be granted to infidels, that idolaters may be delivered from the heirs of their impiety, that the light of truth may be visible to the Jews and the veil of their hearts may be removed, that heretics may come to their senses through a comprehension of the catholic faith, that systematics may receive the spirit of renewed charity.

The 1986 Assisi event is exactly what Pope Pius XI authoritatively condemned in his encyclical Mortalium Animos. Pope Pius XI’s Mortalium Animos number two January 6 1928: For which reason conventions meetings and addresses are frequently arranged by these persons at which a large number of listeners are present and at which all without distinction are invited to join in the discussion both infidels…