Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Does St. Paul Condemn Francis's Amazon Doc Author Suess for approving of "Communion with Devils"?

The key author of Francis's Amazon Synod's working document, Fr. Paulo Suess, apparently approves of "communion with devils" according to the Bible which is inerrant according to the infallible teachings of the Catholic Church.

Today, LifeSiteNews quoted Suess saying:

[S]o what. Even if it would have been a pagan rite [the Vatican indigenous ritual], then it is nevertheless a pagan worship of God."

In 1 Corinthians 10:20, St. Paul apparently condemns Francis's Amazon Synod's document author Suess for approving of the indigenous shaman's prayer offerings to their pagan gods which are "demons... and not... God" which appears to lead to "communion with devils":

"[T]he Gentiles [pagans] sacrifice [offering], they sacrifice [offer] to demons, and not to God: and I would not that ye should have communion with devils."

In a sense, pagan prayer is a sacrifice of the will and intellect in worshipping demons so it should be considered towards leading to "communion with devils."

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




3 comments:

Jack said...

It's their modernist theology in practice. They either believe that all acts of religion are supernatural and divine, or that in any case there's no distinction between natural and supernatural religion. This is based on the Modernist doctrine of immanentism as outlined in Pius X's encyclical Pascendi, which says that the source of all religion is a swelling up of "religious sentiment" in the human heart. They're probably agnostic about the existence of demons, and have a very sentimental and optimistic view of humanity of nearly all men being sincere and good-willed, that is effectively Pelagianism and denial of original sin. In summary, they think religion is all a bunch of nice symbols, so why worry about it?

Unknown said...

We have just prayed an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church. Thank you for your blog.

Fred Martinez said...

Thank you.