Nothing in this modern world remains sacred and unsullied – not even the teachings of Jesus Christ or institutions that have stood for nearly two thousand years.
Pope Francis denounced the “depraved hatred” behind a wave of anti-Semitic attacks in parts of the world and said interfaith dialogue can help counter it.
Francis met Friday with a delegation of the American Jewish Committee and praised their longstanding good relations.
He lamented that their meeting was taking place amid the spread of a “climate of wickedness and fury, in which an excessive and depraved hatred is taking root.”
And he warned that for Christians, any form of anti-Semitism is “a rejection of one’s own origins, a complete contradiction.”
The audience occurred days after Francis responded to longstanding requests from Jewish groups to open the Vatican archives of its World War II-era pope, Pius XII, who has faced accusations of having failed to speak out enough against the Holocaust.
As someone who was raised Catholic as a child, I’m just going to skip the basics that any Christian ought to know, and just warn everyone who may still be a Catholic that perhaps the time to withdraw from the Church is at hand.
Any attempts to reform the institution from within are just as likely to fail as the American Nationalist plan to somehow transform the Republican Party into a Nazi Movement ready to Holocaust the Jews in rickety wooden shower rooms.
Retreat from the mass conversions/foot washing of Africans, primitive Mayan jungle creatures, and poorly-closeted homosexuals, and instead focus on your families in an environment free from poz and weird interpretations of Scripture.
The Bible itself says that two or more people together constitute a church – it doesn’t say anywhere that we need to mass in the millions to hear creeps, crypto-Jews, and cucks cry out heresy.
And while we’re on the topic, I encourage anyone identifying as Protestant to take a long hard look at their respective churches and consider the same course of action.
Is it not better as a Christian to teach one’s children real truths safe at home than to sit around and engage in the real life version of this?
NOTE: I do, of course, realize that some churches still practice something similar to the teachings of Jesus Christ, although my assumption is the plan all along in the United States was to avoid total war on Christianity itself, and instead focus on hollowing it out from within. Because what threat is religion when the overwhelming majority focus on devotion to Israel, diversity, and virtue signalling to the Left? Safer to just go this route, and make the youth hate the entire faith due to the examples set before them.