Naming of Two Popes to Sainthood: Deserved? Political? or Shameful?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 17:03 PM
May 8, 2014

Pope-John-Paul-sainthoodOn the surface, the recent naming of Pope John Paul and Pope John XXIII to the status of ‘sainthood’ in the Catholic Church seems somewhat justified––one for his efforts against Communism and the ultimate fall of the Berlin Wall, and the other for bringing the Catholic Church out of Medievalism with the Second Vatican Council, which aimed to make church worship more relevant for modern man.

However, the problem with ‘surface’ studies is they prohibit analysis of what lies beneath.  First, understand that in Bible historical Books in both the Old and New Testaments God calls “saints” all those who have accepted Him in their hearts by either looking forward to or back upon the sacrifice of His Son as payment for their sins. So the Catholic Church’s deification of sainthood is meaningless to God.

As for church politics, Sandro Contenta of writes that Pope Francis is giving a double message “to unite conservative and progressive factions,” while asserting the ‘legitimacy’ of the Second Vatican Council.

Contenta rightfully points out John Paul turned “a blind eye” to the many sex abuse cases brought to light under this watch, including that of “Mexican priest Marcial Maciel Degollado, a drug addict who sexually abused seminarians, fathered several children from different women, and ran the powerful Legion of Christ, a staunchly conservative movement that had John Paul’s firm backing.

“Reformers in the church also criticize him for centralizing power in Rome, and for cracking down on high-profile dissenters who questioned church doctrine. They included proponents of liberation theology, a movement he rejected as communist-inspired. . . after 27 years in office, he left a church deeply divided between reformers and conservatives, a split that grew larger under his successor.”

In his journal, Steve Van Nattan asserts “The popes of the twentieth century have generally been recognized by informed Roman Catholics as the agents of International Freemasonry. These traditional Catholics abhor the Vatican II reforms of Pope John XXIII and the Teshuva (Repentance) of John-Paul II . . .

“The Masonic connections of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (John XXIII) and Karol Woytla (John Paul II) have been well-documented in the Roman Catholic periodical, Sodalitium [which states]: . . . of ‘Roncalli and Freemasonry which quotes Virgillo Gaito, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy:

“John XXIII was initiated into Masonry when he was the Nuncio in Paris. I’m only reporting what I’ve been told. In john 1his speeches, I have noticed a number of intrinsically Masonic concepts. I’m moved to tears when I hear him say that it is necessary to emphasize man.” (Note ‘man’ not God, secret handshakes, finger symbols).

Elsewhere VanNattan adds: “. . . the mentor of John Paul II, Adam Mickiewicz, was also a disciple of Towianski, an adept of “messianism, a movement begun by Hoëné-Wronski who believed that he was charged with announcing ‘the end of Christianity.’ . . .

“. . . the Masonic takeover of the Vatican is an important fact in the prophetic scheme of Scripture, which describes both the annexation and subsequent violent overthrow of Mystery Babylon [the Roman harlot] by the Antichrist system [International Freemasonry] in Revelation 17.”

Thus, instead of upholding The Body of Christ on earth, these men scheme to abolish it, thus preparing for the first-half of anti-Christ’s reign when that ‘Church’s’ Holy Roman Empire will slaughter Jews and newly-converted Christians by the millions. Present Christians, to be raptured at Christ’s return, must open their spiritual eyes so they may now see (Ephesians 1: 18).

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