Friday, October 18, 2019

Pope Pius XII Condemned Francis's Amazon Synod's "False Mysticism"

Pope Pius XII in his encyclical Mystici Corporis Christi on the Mystical Body of Christ condemned the ideas of Pantheism which are apparently infused in the Amazon Synod.

These ideas were embodied in the Vatican indigenous rituals that appear to claim that man, nature and God are one and don't need Jesus Christ's saving grace because grace and nature are already intrinsic to each other.

Here is Pius XII's condemnation of the "false mysticism" of Pantheism:

"[T]here is a on the other hand a false mysticism creeping [into the Church], which, in its attempt to eliminate the immovable frontier that separate creatures from the Creator, falsifies the Sacred Scriptures... a distorted idea, a false teaching, impious, and sacrilegious"
(Crisis, "Art & Liturgy: The Splendor of Faith, January 13, 2012)

Francis said that the Amazon Synod is a "child" of his document Laudato si which in my opinion and the opinion of the Washington Post teachings a sub-set of Pantheism called Panentheism.
(Washington Post, "Pope Francis' environmental encyclical is even more radical than it appears," June 19, 2019, Quote from the article: "[P]anentheism in a papal encyclical!")

Many of the ideas in that document seem to have originated in the error of Henri de Lubac that nature and grace are not separate entities, but that grace is intrinsic to nature and human nature. Some say this passage of Pope Puis XII's encyclical was directed at de Lubac's teachings on grace.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

4 comments:

Justina said...

In Diane Montana's article at Lifesite this morning, on the subject of Synod funding derived from the pro-abortion Ford Foundation,a spokesman for REPAM is quoted as offering by way of defense that the Synod itself is pro-life.
What he means by this, however, is that "everything around us is life." If that doesn't smack of the panentheism of which you speak, nothing does.

Let us not overlook, however, the fact that Pius XII was the Pope who had to contend with the anti-life excesses associated with the Second World War. De Lubac himself, in other words, may have been more of a symptom than a cause. Where did his conflation of nature and grace, and the subsequent deification of "Nature" as an entity and end in and of itself, come from in the first place? From compromise with the spirit of his age. From the worldview of a man who called Nature his "cruel Queen." In short, straight from the pages of Mein Kampf itself.

In Laudato Si and its aftereffects, then, we are not dealing with indigenous paganism as much as very modern errors that come from Germamy in more ways than one.

Fred Martinez said...

Yes, Laudato si and the Amazon Synod appear to be more Nazi German "deep ecology" which the leftist globalists are using to push a one world government with the indigenous leftists as stage props.

But, most even well informed Catholics don't realize that the French "theologians" such as De Lubac and his collaborators Blondel are linked to the French Revolution Jansenists who engineered the Modernist tactic of pretending to be Catholic with ambitious Catholic sounding language which was ultimately Calvinist and almost always transformed into secular Calvinistic Socialism/Marxism and which eventually leads to paganistic idolatry which we see with the Democrat's Clinton inner circle such as Podesta.

Nandarani said...

Ettore Gotti Tedeschi called it 'gnostic environmentalism.' Fr. William Jenkins believes this uncannily calls what is going on. Fr. Jenkins is a priest member of the Society of St. Pius V who has posted several analyses, three so far, on the Amazon Synod on youtube.

Fred Martinez said...

Moreover, from France came Rousseau which is the basis for Kant's philosophical complex nonsense which brought us Hegel which begot Marxism and Nietzsche that fathered the present day postmodernism with its LBGT offspring who hate to be reminded that German Nationalist Socialism called Nazism which brought us "deep ecology" which is basically today's leftist globalist's Marxist/Socialist climate. change.