Saturday, November 15, 2014

SSPX still clueless

Convegno 2014
The Society of St.Pius X(SSPX) has not responded to Bishop Marcello Semeraro's excommunication notice . It was issued because the SSPX do not accept Vatican Council II ( with the premise).The bishop of Albano interprets Vatican Council II (wtp) and so the Council becomes a break with traditional teaching on ecumenism and other religions.
So the bishop  feels justified. His non traditional ecumenism prayers in Albano are based on Vatican Council II ( wtp). He does not think that he is violating Church teachings.
Now he wants the SSPX to also accept Vatican Council II (wtp) to avoid disciplinary action against them.
 The SSPX is still clueless. They do not know that Vatican Council II ( without the premise) is traditional on ecumenism and other religions  and they should ask Bishop Semeraro to accept Vatican Council ( without the premise).Since this version of the Council (wtp) is irrational and heretical.

Instead they are still projecting the liberal version of Vatican Council II (wtp) and are not contesting the excommunication notice, on the point of Vatican Council II and the premise used in the interpretation.

It Italy we have to wait for journalists to undestand what I am saying here.Then at their next interview with Fr.Pierpaolo Petrucci, SSPX, District Superior, they can explain all this to him, when he starts repeating that UR 3,LG 16,LG 8  are exceptions to Tradition and the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.

Vatican Council II (without the premise) indicates all Jews, Muslims, Protestants and other non Catholics, do not need to convert into the Church for salvation.Vatican Council II (without the premise) indicates there are no exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus, the Syllabus of Errors and the rest of Tradition.
All this was too simple, for Catholic theologians( in all camps) to understand over the years.It was too simple for them.

Bishop Semeraro is penalising the SSPX with the approval of the Jewish Left who were against the Good Friday Prayer for the Conversion of the Jews and demanded that Pope Benedict XVI say that Jews do not need to convert in the present times for salvation.He obliged. 
Bishop Semeraro's ecumenism program is contributing to their agenda of a one world religion without Catholic beliefs, especially the Eucharist as we understand it now. They support pro-Satan values like homosexual marriages, abortion, legal atheism and euthanasia.They also oppose the Traditional Latin Mass and the SSPX.
-Lionel Andrades

National Cathedral Hosts Islamic Prayers; Lone Protester Interrupts

National Cathedral Hosts Islamic Prayers; Lone Protester Interrupts

muslim prayer

November 14, 2014
The Washington National Cathedral hosted it first Muslim prayer service Friday afternoon in an effort to promote interfaith prayer and improved global relations between Muslims and Christians
UPDATE: 3:31 p.m. The Muslim prayer service held at the Washington National Cathedral was briefly disrupted by a protester, according to a local NBC report.
“Jesus Christ died on that cross over there!” a woman said loudly, immediately after announcements at the beginning of the service were made. “He is the reason why we are to worship only him. Jesus Christ is our lord and savior!”
According to the NBC report, she continued, “We have built, and allowed you here in mosques across this country. Why can’t you worship in your mosque, and leave our chuches alone?”
The protester was then escorted out of the cathedral, News4′s Kristin Wright reported. She was removed without incident, but she continued her protest once she was taken to an adjoining space. . .

Vatican public restrooms to include showers for the homeless

Vatican public restrooms to include showers for the homeless

By Cindy Wooden
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The archbishop who distributes charity on behalf of Pope Francis has announced that the public restrooms in St. Peter's Square will include showers where the homeless can wash.

The service will require volunteers and donations of soap, towels and clean underwear, Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, the papal almoner, toldCatholic News Service Nov. 13. "We have to be evangelical, but intelligent, too."

Pope Francis blesses a sculpture "Jesus the Homeless" at the Vatican last November. (CNS/L'Osservatore Romano)
Several people living on the streets of Rome or in tents say it is not difficult to find a parish or charity that will give them something to eat, but finding a place to wash is much more difficult.

Barbara, a Polish woman who lives in a tent with her teenage son and a companion, said showers in the Vatican's public restrooms "would be good. We'd thank them if it works."

Her companion, who calls himself Stefano, said: "I'm a mason without work. I'll help them build it. No problem."

The news site Vatican Insider first reported the news that Archbishop Krajewski had asked the office governing Vatican City State to include showers in an already-approved project to remodel the public restrooms in St. Peter's Square.

The remodeling work and installation of the showers was scheduled to begin Nov. 17. The archbishop said the three shower stalls would be located in the public restrooms a few steps north of Bernini's Colonnade, just behind the Vatican post office.

The archbishop told Vatican Insider that in early October he was talking to a homeless man near the Vatican and discovered it was the man's 50th birthday. He invited the man to a restaurant for dinner, but the man declined, saying a restaurant would not let him in because of his odor.

Sitting on the steps of the Vatican press office Nov. 13, Barbara and Stefano were discussing the plans with a small group of Polish friends -- and expressing some doubts about it to reporters.

The Rome diocesan Caritas, the Community of Sant'Egidio and other organizations offer shower facilities to the homeless in Rome, Barbara said, "but there are so many things you have to do. You have to get there at 4 in the morning to sign in. Then only 15 people get in each day."

In addition, she said, because the number of homeless men is so much greater than the number of homeless women, many of the shower facilities are only for men or are open to women only a half day each week.

Archbishop Krajewski told Vatican Insider that he is visiting parishes in areas where homeless people gather and is encouraging them to install public showers if they have not already. His office will help fund the building, he said.

"It is not simple," he said. "It is easier to prepare sandwiches than to run a shower service -- you need volunteers, towels, clean underwear."