It Is Impossible To Beatify John Paul II
Luis de Guerrero Osio y Rivas
Summary of his Open LetterOur Lord Jesus Christ did not preach the same message as Buddha or Mohammed. The difference is even clearer between the Gospel of Christ and the preaching of the Jews, who rejected Jesus and ended by committing the Deicide. Further, with their Babylonian Talmud they entered Satanism and so fulfilled the prophecy of the Apocalypse (2:9, 3:9).
These differences show the importance of the encounter at Assisi where John Paul II - as the highest exponent of the Modernism of Vatican II - tried to erase them by accepting the heresies along with the Gospel, and presenting the false religions as competing with the Church in giving honor to God.
The characteristic of the true Catholic Church is to stress her differences from the false religions and distance herself from them as the one and only religion that honors Christ. She singled out and condemned the heretics. She promoted missions to convert those lost sheep.
Instead, the New Church, moved by human respect, has promoted ecumenism. It has minimized all the differences and established dialogue with the heretics. This ends with a single common denominator for all, which is the religion of man.
The Catholic Church of old was unique and inimitable because Christ our Master and Lord is one and inimitable. If the Church abandons her identity and no longer belongs to the One True God, she loses her raison d’être.
How is it possible, then, for all the Bishops not to distinguish between the Catholic Church, which exalts Christ above all and over all, and the Post-conciliar Church, which bestows the same dignity on the followers of Buddha, Mohammed and the Talmud, making itself equal to the most efficient enemies of Catholic dogma and the Mass?
In three of his encyclicals - Redemptor Hominis, Dives in Misericordia and Dominum et Vivificantem, aptly analyzed by Fr. Johannes Dörmann in a series of three books on Assisi - John Paul II does not even mention Purgatory or Hell. Doing so, he denied God as the Just Judge who punishes and rewards. He does the same regarding the three enemies of the soul - the world, the flesh and the Devil. He implicitly denied the Devil when he denied Hell; as for the flesh, instead of showing it as an enemy of the soul, he affirmed the human body; regarding the third enemy, the world, his only concern about it was to praise the U.N. as a solution for its problems.
Contrary to what one should expect from the Vicar of Christ, John Paul II stated: “All the roads of the Church lead to man.” “Man is the road of the Church ... Every man, without exception, has been redeemed by Christ because each one has already united himself with Christ in some way, even when he is unaware of it.”
Therefore, the Pope denied that God is the end and the way for the Church; instead he pointed to man as the sole road for the Church. Doing so, he replaces God with man.
Such substitutions reveal the irreconcilable differences between the Catholic Church and the Church of the Antichrist, which now is in place as predicted by the Most Holy Virgin in La Salette.
This said, the beatification of John Paul II becomes the most pressing problem in History. It is to declare as saint a Pope who called Christ a liar when he denied Hell, when he taught the doctrine of universal salvation, when he denied the role of the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity in the mentioned encyclicals, when he rose against the One True God, and rebelled against God as Judge and reduced Him to the level of man in order to serve the ‘religion of man.’
Who can pretend to lower God to the level of man but one who claims to be more than God? This is what happened in the three mentioned encyclicals, as St. Paul prophesized: “Let no man deceive you by any means. For that day shall not come unless there come first the [general] apostasy, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition, the enemy who exalts himself above all that is called God or is worshipped, so that he as god sits in the temple of God, shewing himself as if he were God” (2 Thess 2: 3-4).
Posted February 22, 2011
Taken from Mr. Guimaraes "Tradition in Action" / Feb-22-2011