On October 31st of this year, less than three months from now, Antipope Bergoglio will travel to Lund, Sweden to celebrate in a “Communal Liturgy” the Lutheran revolt, and to fete the person of Luther himself. A Swedish Catholic, of which there are less than six thousand in total, by the name of Clemens Cavallin, has collected and translated the texts from this event from the Swedish Lutheran church. He has written an excellent and insightful synopsis and commentary, including a fascinating history of Lutheranism in Sweden and its destruction of the Swedish culture. Here are a few excerpts, but do click over and READ THE WHOLE THING, and distribute far and wide.
The text paints a picture of Luther as a religious hero who found the way to a more true form of Catholicism, “The breakthrough for Catholic scholarship came with the thesis that Luther overcame within himself a Catholicism that was not fully Catholic.”
In both the Lutheran and Catholic “reading” part of the thanksgiving section, it is Luther and
his works toward which thanksgiving is expressed. First the Lutheran, “Lutherans are thankful
in their hearts for what Luther and the other reformers made accessible to them” and the
Catholic reading is concluded with, “The ecumenical journey enables Lutherans and Catholics
to appreciate together Martin Luther’s insight into and spiritual experience of the gospel of
the righteousness of God, which is also God’s mercy.”
One of the two “presiders,” then concludes this section with the following prayer of gratitude
for the reformation.
“Thanks be to you O God for the many guiding theological and spiritual insights that we have all received through the Reformation. Thanks be to you for the good transformations and reforms that were set in motion by the Reformation or by struggling with its challenges. Thanks be to you for the proclamation of the gospel that occurred during the Reformation and that since then has strengthened countless people to live lives of faith in Jesus Christ. Amen.”
This narrative comes to a critical point under the heading “Catholic Concerns regarding the Eucharist.” As regards the notion transubstantiation the text says, “This concept seemed, in the Catholic view, to be the best guarantee for maintaining the real presence of Jesus Christ in the species of bread and wine and for assuring that the full reality of Jesus Christ is present in each of the species.” To use the verb “seem” clearly indicates that this has not objective value for Catholics and that other notions could be used for the same purpose and perhaps even with better effect.
I believe this event will either be the antecedent to, or the first act of Antipope Bergoglio expanding his push for sacrilegious reception of Holy Communion to Lutherans, and by extension all Protestants, and by extension… EVERYBODY.
This is the necessary first step in building a new “One World Religion”.
I have heard more than one faithful Catholic person say that if this happens, it will be a “deal breaker” or “the straw that breaks the camel’s back”. This needs to be exposed now, and people need to be forewarned, so that they will not be shocked into scandal that could result in them fleeing to a schismatic sect, or in the loss of their faith entirely – which is a VERY REAL THREAT, and is already happening.
Second, I believe that Bergoglio greatly admires and plans to build this new “One World Religion” off of the Lutheran model of the “STATE CHURCH”, which will eventually be subsumed and coalesced into ONE STATE CHURCH under and controlled by the One World Government body when international borders are eliminated. This is why Bergoglio is pushing for “decentralization” in the context of the sacrament of marriage. He wants each national bishops conference to decide what the Sacrament of Marriage is. He wants to establish the notion the “state church” in preparation for the One State Church under the One World Government. It is somewhat counter-intuitive to think that the way for Bergoglio and his Freemasonic ilk to achieve a “One World State Church” is to push for decentralization, but a cursory survey of history since the Freemasonic Endarkenment on the 18th century shows that the agitation phase (hagan lio!) leading up to revolution and totalitarianism is ALWAYS initially pitched to the masses as a “decentralization” of power.