Monday, October 17, 2016

Unbelievable: The Statue of the Heresiarch Martin Luther Presiding Over an Audience of Pope Francis

Rome, october 13, 2016 – During a meeting in the Vatican between Protestants and Catholics (during the audience held in the Paul VI Audience Hall), which, in an unprecedented way, was presided over by a statue of the apostate monk Martin Luther, who was excommunicated by the Catholic Church, Pope Francis said: “At the end of this month, God willing, I will go to Lund, in Sweden, and together with the Lutheran World Federation, we will remember, after five centuries, the beginning of Luther's reform.” Being that Luther was a heretic and schismatic monk, who strayed thousands from the path of salvation, is it right to celebrate this “Reform”, which has dragged so many into the abyss of error and heresy and has caused them to separate from the one and only Church – the Catholic – founded by Christ? Is it a good thing that a statue of this blasphemer (search in Google: Luther’s blasphemies) presides over a papal audience?

Pope Francis also said in this meeting: “Proselytism is the deadliest poison against the ecumenical path”. However, when the Pope does not follow the legacy he received from Christ, he is not infallible. And, certainly, in all this, he strays impressively from what Christ said, who dedicated His public life to proselytism, especially when he ordered His Apostles and successors: Go ye into the whole world and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved: but he that believeth not shall he condemned. (Mk. 16: 15-16) The expression “TO EVERY CREATURE” includes absolutely each and every one of us, even Protestants, whom Pope Francis refuses to evangelize for the sake of a false ecumenism.

During this meeting, which coincided with the 99th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady in Fatima, Lutherans handed Francis, who received it happily, a luxurious book that contains the heretical thesis held by Luther and for which he was excommunicated from the Catholic Church.

Undoubtedly, all this has provoked considerable dismay and scandal among many members of the faithful. However, all the human errors made by a Pontiff in those things that do not affect Papal infallibility, which it is given only under determined and precise conditions, must not affect our faith, neither are we supposed to follow them, as Saint Paul did when he faced Saint Peter in Antioch (to read this article, click here: ).

A statue of Luther, very similar to the one
 that presided over Francis’ audience.
The Pope, as the successor of Saint Peter and Vicar of Christ, received from Christ a legacy that has to be defended by him (as it has been done for over two thousand years). In any other thing that departs from this legacy or that he wants to innovate in a wrong way, the Pope does not act with the power of Christ, but only as a fallible person. None of the previous Popes would have even thought of celebrating 500 years of apostasy or to place the statue – presiding over one of his audiences – of an excommunicated and heretic person who, according to Padre Pio, is in Hell. Blessed Maria Serafina of the Sacred Heart of Jesus also had a vision of Luther in Hell. (See here:

Therefore, we should not remain silent nor justify any of these things, as some people, who are committed with aspects that are merely human, do, and we need to pray very much for Pope Francis so he rectifies everything in which he should faithfully adhere to that legacy, and so the faithful will not be disturbed in their faith or get deviated from the right path.

Let us always remember what the Catholic Church teaches:
“These pan-Christians who strive for the union of the Churches would appear to pursue the noblest of ideals in promoting charity among all Christians. But how should charity tend to the detriment of faith? Everyone, knows that John, himself, the Apostle of love, who seems in his Gospel to have revealed the secrets of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and who never ceased to impress upon the memory of his disciples the new commandment 'to love one another', nevertheless strictly forbade any intercourse with those who profess a mutilated and corrupt form of Christ's teaching: ‘If any man come to you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into the house, nor say to him, God speed you’ (2 John 10). Therefore, since the foundation of charity is faith pure and inviolate, it is chiefly by the bond of one faith that the disciples of Christ are to be united.”
“Thus, Venerable Brethren, it is clear why this Apostolic See has never allowed its subjects to take part in the assemblies of non-Catholics. There is, but one way in which the unity of Christians may be fostered, and that is by furthering the return to the one true Church of Christ of those who are separated from it; for from that one true Church they have in the past fallen away.”
H.H. Pius XI, Encyclical Letter Mortalium Animos, January 6, 1928.

The Pope is the DEPOSITARY not the inventor of the Catholic Doctrine. The First Vatican Council established that: “For the Holy Ghost was promised to the successors of Peter not so that they might, by his revelation, make known some new doctrine, but that, by his assistance, they might religiously guard and faithfully expound the revelation or deposit of faith transmitted by the apostles.”

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Preserve our faith and keep us in the one and only Church of Christ!

Pictures: AP, Reuters and CTV.