A cruel web, with links to SSPX

I am sorry to tell you that I have found an anti-jewish propaganda site with liks to SSPX.

I was shocked when I found it! I don’t know if this is a mad mans work or if this web is really rooted in the SSPX. A lot of non-catholics will not know the difference between the official teaching of the Church (and that of some ”very spesial” catholics).

As an ordinary catholic (Nove Ordo) I don’t want to be assosiated with nazi-anti–jewish propaganda by none-catholics. I am sure I am not the only one !!!

After the shock, take your time with the links. What do you think?

holywar.org

Wow… those people are nuts! I wonder if they realize the fact that Jesus was Jewish. Also, I wonder if they’d have a problem with Jewish converts. So, what is the official Church teaching anyway? Where can I find it?

I have Net Nanny on my pc to protect my kids. The link you gave activated it. That alone tells me how horrible this site must be. :eek:

[quote=mkw]I have Net Nanny on my pc to protect my kids. The link you gave activated it. That alone tells me how horrible this site must be. :eek:
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Yes it’s horrible. I wasn’t sure if I should post it. I decided to post it because when someone post nazi-anti-jewish propaganda in a way that can make others think that this is what catholics thinks, we need to talk about it and find out together how to tell none-catholics that this is NOT catholic.

[quote=Juxtaposer]Wow… those people are nuts! I wonder if they realize the fact that Jesus was Jewish. Also, I wonder if they’d have a problem with Jewish converts. So, what is the official Church teaching anyway? Where can I find it?
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In a hurry: The Church teaches that we all are free to choose our religion but that the catholic church owns the full truth. Among all the other religions the Church tells us that we are more linked to the jewish religion than other religions. The jews are nowadays called our “older brethren”. I can’t remeber were to find this, but hope others can give complete referanses.

In CCC 674 we find that the Church are not compleeted before the jews has recognised Jesus as Messiah.

674: " … The “full inclusion” of the Jews in the Messiah’s salvation, in the wake of “the full number of the Gentiles”,571 will enable the People of God to achieve “the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ”, in which “God may be all in all”.572"

[quote=Gratias Grace]I am sorry to tell you that I have found an anti-jewish propaganda site with liks to SSPX.

I was shocked when I found it! I don’t know if this is a mad mans work or if this web is really rooted in the SSPX. A lot of non-catholics will not know the difference between the official teaching of the Church (and that of some ”very spesial” catholics).

As an ordinary catholic (Nove Ordo) I don’t want to be assosiated with nazi-anti–jewish propaganda by none-catholics. I am sure I am not the only one !!!

After the shock, take your time with the links. What do you think?

holywar.org
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I found NO LINKS to the SSPX. I doubt very seriously that SSPX would condone this web site.

Its definatly a radical and off base site. I followed many of the links. Lots of conspiracy stuff and a list of the “herecies” of the Pope. But they DO acknowledge him as Pope. I think letters should be sent to the diocese under whose jusridiction this would fall under. The website is run by Alfred Olsen of Sandvika, Norway.

[quote=The Dead Bishop]I found NO LINKS to the SSPX. I doubt very seriously that SSPX would condone this web site.
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Yes I thought the same thing… What a sick world we live in…:frowning:

When you stop to think about it we are all Semites by adoption…brothers and sister of Christ… Why can’t we just all get over all this junk? Dumb question…the ‘evil one’ is always lurking, always tempting, always deceiving… :twocents: Annunciata:(

That venomous site is certainly a madman’s work. Non-Catholics should understand it isn’t what the Catholic church teaches.

Gerry

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