Bishop: Fatima Open to All

Fatima Bishop Claims He Has “Personal Instructions” from John Paul II Regarding “Interfaith Dialogue”

Have to say, I’m more confused than ever.

If one was to read the message of Fatima it is about a call to conversion and repentance. It is also a call to a devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. I am saddened that the local Bishop is not standing up for truth. This is false ecumnenism gonne mad.

As the message of Fatima is orthodox christian, real emphasis on Eucharist and Rosary, what business do we as Catholic’s have in a dialogue with non-christians on one of our holiest of shrines.

Our faith is not up for compromise, there is no salvation outside of the Catholic church (Council of Florence) and we do these other faiths a dis-service by not alerting them to the fact that the fulness of truth resides only in the Catholic Church.

If dialogue means we tell them the truth so be it, but to affirm them in their errors is not Charitable.

[quote=DominvsVobiscvm]Fatima Bishop Claims He Has “Personal Instructions” from John Paul II Regarding “Interfaith Dialogue”

Have to say, I’m more confused than ever.
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Well then, why has the Holy See just asked for his resignation? Even if the Pope ordered the bishop to do it on pain of death, it still wouldn’t be right. The Pope is not God. He doesn’t make it up as he goes along.

Well then, why has the Holy See just asked for his resignation?

Apparently, the Holy See isn’t asking, and what we all heard before was just an unfounded rumor. At least that’s what this article sems to imply.

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