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The Justice of God: Abomination of Desolation Assisi I through Assisi VI

The Justice of God: Abomination of Desolation Assisi I through Assisi VI

Day of Prayer for Peace in the World

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi I - 1986

Assisi 1986

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi II - 1993

Assisi 1993

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi III - January 24, 2002

Assisi 2002 - the Sanhedrin are in skull caps, including Karol Wojtyla

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi IV - 2005

Assisi Peace Festival and International Day of Peace Vigil and Conference

This year, the United Artists for Peace is celebrating its 10th Assisi Peace festival to
coincide with the International Day of Peace (IDP) on 21 September. The International
Day of Peace Vigil will be a major part of the festival and will be conducting a 24 hour
peace spiritual observation beginning at 0001 on the 21st and ending at midnight in the
most ancient of Assisi Churches, Santa Maria Maggiore. The IDP Vigil is also
sponsoring two panel discussions around the general idea of how religious, spiritual and
interfaith leaders and the broader communities can utilize spiritual observations to
motivate their networks and to promote peace in their countries on the IDP.

Each panel will have 4-6 panelists and a keynote speaker representing a diversity of
religious and spiritual traditions, nationalities and gender.

Panel I
Topic: What are the roles and opportunities presented to religious, spiritual and
interfaith leaders and communities by the International Day of Peace

How have these leaders used the Day to mobilize their communities in 2005 and how
would they suggest to best mobilize their constituencies in the future to participate in the
IDP Vigil What are some effective ways that they can promote the Day and the idea of
spiritual observations among other groups

 Goals of Panel I:
1. To engage religious, spiritual and interfaith leaders of organizations and denominations
who have unique networks that can help to promulgate the IDP Vigil,
2. Discuss what was done within each of their organizations to promote the IDP Vigil in
3. Share their ideas on lessons learned and of how best to promulgate the IDP Vigil with
other panelists and attendees,
4. Give ideas on future plans of action for IDP Vigil 2006,
5. Special things they have done to promote the Day (i.e. in Sri Lanka, Sarvodaya
organized a mass meditation and included political leaders for a 60 day period)

Introduction: Padre Massimiliano Mizzi, O.F.M. Conv. Delegato Custodiale per
l’Ecumenismo e il Dialogo (Representative for Interfaith Dialogue)

Keynote : Dr. Hans Urlich Gerber, World Council of Churches General Secretariat,
Director of the Decade to Overcome Violence.
 Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne, President and Founder of Sarvodaya , Sri Lanka
 Dr. Hans Urlich Gerber, World Council of Churches General Secretariat, Director of
the Decade to Overcome Violence,
 Brother Bernard Couvillion, Superior-General, Order of the Brothers of the Sacred
Heart representing the Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue for the Unions of
Superiors General,

 Gemma, Artist and Performer, Founder of the Million Voices Choir
 Yoland Trevino, Chair and Global Council Trustee, United Religions Initiative, she is
representative for indigenous people of ChilePeruBoliviaPanamaArgentina,
Guatemala and Mexico
 Dr. George D’Angelo, (Moderator) Founder, IDP Vigil

Panel II
Topic: What are the opportunities presented by the International Day of Peace and
the IDP Vigil in particular, to religious, spiritual and interfaith leaders in regio ns of
What was done in 2005 to use the Day to bring about peace and what are suggestions for
future IDPs

 Goals of Panel II:
1. To hear how religious leaders used the IDP and the IDP Vigil to engage their
communities in peace making,
2. To brainstorm how religious leaders and their communities can be used in conflict
situation, or near-conflict situations, to promote a ceasefire and nonviolence
3. To hear and discuss any inspiring success stories
4. To consider ways that religious, spiritual and interfaith groups can coordinate and
collaborate with other parts of civil society to promote a ceasefire on the IDP in 2006

Introduction and Welcome : S.E. Mons. Sergio Goretti, Bishop of Assisi

Keynote: Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne, President and Founder of SarvodayaSri Lanka
 Dr. Hayder Abdul Karim, Coordinator , Iraq Interreligious Council
 Dr. Rabbi Ron Kronish, Secretary GeneralIsrael Interreligious Coordinating
 Rev. Dr. Julius Sarwolo Nelson, Interreligious Council of Liberia
 Fr. David Fleming, S.M., Convener of the Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue
for the Unions of Superiors General,
 Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne, President and Founder of SarvodayaSri Lanka

as of 20 August 2005

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi V - 2007

When they say peace and security

MAY PEACE PREVAIL ON EARTH: The World Peace Prayer Society and The International Day of Peace 

The World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS) has been promoting the International Day of Peace (IDP) at the United Nations and with the United Nations since 1996. Inspired by the work of our sister NGO, Pathways To Peace, to bring this day, originally designated by the UN General Assembly in 1981, to worldwide recognition and observance, WPPS saw Peace Day as a perfect opportunity for people of all nations and religions to join in the common prayer, “May Peace Prevail on Earth.”

Established as early as 1981 by the United Nations - Peace Day 2007 Peace Day - September 21, 2007 United Nations NGO connected to Vatican Assisi since at least this time - and see International Day of Peace (IDP) on 21 September, 2005

Abomination of Desolation, Assisi VI - 2011


Assisi III, 2002

18-January-2002 -- Catholic World News Brief


VATICAN, ( - The Italian daily newspaper Avvenire has published a list of the religious leaders expected to participate in the January 24 inter-religious observance at Assisi.

The Vatican has not yet released an official list of the participants, explaining that the list will not be considered complete until all those invited have responded. An estimated 300 people are expected to be involved, representing 44 different religious bodies.

Avvenire reported that 33 cardinals are expected, led by the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Angelo Sodano; the prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re; the president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Cardinal Francois-Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan; the president of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity, Cardinal Walter Kasper; and Cardinal Etchegaray, who organized the original inter-religious ceremony in Assisi in 1986. Also present will be representatives of the episcopal conferences of AlgeriaAngola, the PhilippinesIndonesiaPakistanNigeriaRwanda, and Sudan-- countries where inter-religious dialogue is particularly important.

The Orthodox churches of the world will send 11 patriarchs to Assisi, led by the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople. But no representative of the Moscow patriarchate is expected.

About 50 Islamic leaders will attend, coming from PakistanSaudi ArabiaLebanonEgyptIran, the Philippines, and Jordan. And Jewish rabbis will come from JerusalemFrance, and the United States-- along with Elio Toaff, the former chief rabbi of Rome.

Protestant bodies will be represented by Konrad Kaiser, the secretary-general of the World council of Churches; Anglican Bishop Richard Garrard of Rome; Setri Nyomi of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches; George Freeman of the World Methodist Council; Cecil Robeck of the Pentecostal church; Alvin Jackson of the Disciples of Christ; Theodor Angelou of the European Baptist Federation; and Bert Beach of the Seventh-Day Adventists.

The Vatican also expects representatives of Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, and traditional African faiths.

The Italian government will be represented in Assisi by President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

All these participants are expected to be aboard a specially chartered train that will leave Rome for Assisi on the morning of January 24, returning that evening.

Not only did the Satanic Apostate Jew Impostor Antipope Karol Wojtyla (he was born of a Jewess, Kaczorowska) conjure up the Satanic inter-idolatrous Apostasy prayer at Assisi but he blamed it all on the Holy Spirit, for which he is damned forever.

Assisi: Preghiera dei Cristiani per la Pace (24 gennaio 2002) (Assisi: Christian Prayer for Peace (January 24, 2002)): "Blessed by the Holy Spirit, the Lord and giver of life, the Consoler and source of communion: in the radiant sign of a dove he consecrated the Lord Jesus in the Jordan River to proclaim to peoples far and near the year of grace and reconciliation; on Pentecost, as blazing fire, he redeemed Babel and amid the diversity of languages he bestowed the one truth, which is the source of life."

This is Blaspheming the Holy Spirit for which there is no forgiveness, not now and never for all eternity.

To attack the source of all grace like this is the unforgivable sin.

Mark 3:28 *Amen, I say to you, that all sins shall be forgiven unto the sons of men, and the blasphemies wherewith they shall blaspheme:

29 But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost, shall never have forgiveness, but shall be guilty of an everlasting sin.
30 Because they said: He hath an unclean spirit.

*28: Matt. xii. 31. Therefore I say to you: Every sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but the blasphemy of the Spirit shall not be forgiven.; Luke xii. 10. And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but to him that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven.; 1 John v. 10. - He that believeth in the Son of God, hath the testimony of God in himself. He that believeth not the Son, maketh him a liar: because he believeth not in the testimony which God hath testified of his Son.

All the pagans that were brought together at Assisi and that includes the representatives of the Muslim religion (who although the Quran states that Jesus Christ is the Word of God, and therefore is course the Son of God, do not believe that, and are therefore not worshipers of the true God; to accept Him instead of being the Messiah as only a messiah and without being the Word of God is Apostasy). To claim that the Holy Spirit united all the pagans for peace without confessing Jesus Christ as the Son of God is blaspheming the Holy Spirit. 

Babel is the absolute Biblical type of pagan apostasy from God and His Christ and total idolatry and is damned and all who are part of it in any way and who go along with it in any way - that includes the SSPX under Fellay.

Babel = Babylon in the Apocalypse, Chapter 18.

Endless arguing about which Jews and Masons who were part of the Apostasy of Rome is only a distraction, on purpose, to keep people involved with Apostate Rome. Rome is Apostate. That is absolutely obvious. Anyone who does not come out of her, is apostate with her and dammed with her. Amen. Amen.

It is clear that with the decoy "Bishop Williamson," the Rosecrucian, to obscure matters, that Fellay in opting for union with Apostate Rome has led the SSPX into complete Apostasy with Apostate Rome.

Assisi III (Fellay is actually refering to Assisi VI)

Assisi 1986–2011: reform in continuity
Cardinal Etchegaray: “Assisi made an extraordinary leap in the dialogue among religions, still in its infancy and unceasingly deepening”... 
11-5-2011 Renewing the Assisi Scandal What is going to happen this October 27, 2011? A simple friendly encounter among men and women of good will? ...discourse on the divinity of Christ and of His Church? No - the renewal by [Pope] Benedict XVI, of the unprecedented scandal perpetrated by his predecessor, John Paul II [in] 1986...9-13-2011
The Assisi meeting, seen from Mecca
Why is it impossible to plan an Assisi-style interreligious meeting in Mecca? A short expose that points out the obvious: ecumenism is a one-way street
2-9-2011 DICI

An extract from Bishop Fellay’s 2002 Press Release on Assisi II
It has been stated that to avoid any syncretism, those attending will not be praying “together”, but that each religion will pray in separate rooms in the Franciscan convent at Assisi...  2-4-2011

Is St. Peter's on the way to Assisi?
SSPX commentary on the FSSP's strange concepts about Catholic obedience concerning the Assisi ecumenical meeting... 
We will not pray together in Assisi
A commentary by Fr. Lorans 
Italian Catholic Intellectuals Beg Benedict XVI To “Flee the Spirit of Assisi”
A group of Italian journalists and academics have publicly asked Pope Benedict XVI to refrain from the Assisi meeting 
What Should We Make of Assisi I & II?
Explains dangerous theological mentalities of Assisi I (held 1986) and its devastating consequences. Also applicable to Assisi II (2002). Includes further related materials
The basics
about ecumenism
What is Ecumenism?A Catholic FAQMortalium Animos
Pope Pius XI's 1928 encyclical against false ecumenism VATICAN
Lamentabili Sane: St. Pius X's Syllabus of Errors10-26-2011
Mirari Vos: Pope Gregory XVI condemns Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism10-26-2011
Why is Ecumenism wrong?Video extract from Bishop Fellay's 2010 Kansas City conference
Bishop Fellay speaks out against ecumenism to the cardinals
January 6, 2004
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the pontificate of Pope John Paul II, Bishop Fellay addressed the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church in a letter about the disastrous effects of ecumenism effected through Vatican II and theNovus Ordo Missae. Included with the letter was the document "From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy".
February 2, 2004
Bishop Fellay gave a interview to DICI regarding the release of the document "From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy".
DICI'S interview with Bishop Fellay about his January 6, 2004 letter to the Cardinals
Letter to the CardinalsFrom Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy
Bishop Fellay's first comments on Assisi III
Extracted from a sermon given in Paris on January 9: "In theory they know, in theory they believe. But in reality, do they believe? Do they really believe that Our Lord is God? Do they really believe that peace among men, among nations, is in His hand? Do they really believe in all the immediate, direct consequences of His divinity?..." 1-10-2011
Background to Assisi III
Includes preliminary Vatican news release and comments from Archbishop Lefebvre on Assisi I in 1986

Press Release on Assisi II
On January 24th, 2002 another inter-religious prayer meeting was convened at Assisi by Pope John Paul II. Bishop Fellay's comments on this tragic event

April 2002 District Superior's Letter
Assisi II, Syncretism, the new Ten Commandments and the New World Religion 
March 2002 District Superior's Letter
Assisi II and Secular Humanism
1986 Declaration against Assisi I made by Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
For us, remaining indefectibly attached to the Catholic and Roman Church of all times, we are obliged to take note that this Modernist and liberal religion of modern and conciliar Rome is always distancing itself... 
Archbishop Lefebvre's 1986 Letter to 8 cardinals regarding the Assisi Affair
"Eminence, for the honor of the one true God and of our Lord Jesus Christ, make a public protest, come to the help of the still faithful bishops, priests and Catholics..." 
A Letter to Pope John Paul II from Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
The famous 1985 joint-letter that summarized the condition of the Church, how false ecumenism is contrary to her teaching, and thereby causing a crisis

Archbishop Lefebvre's Statement against False Ecumenism
Originally written in 1983, it was not made public until the 1988 Episcopal Consecrations

Background to Assisi III
VATICAN CITY, JAN 1, 2011 (VIS) Following this morning's Mass celebrated in the Vatican Basilica, the Pope appeared at the window of his study to address faithful gathered below in St. Peter's Square for the first Angelus of 2011.
The Holy Father remarked how "on this day the Church invokes the gift of peace from God through Jesus Christ. It is the World Day of Peace, an appropriate occasion to reflect together on the great challenges our age places before humankind."
Pope Benedict XVI delivering a speech
After praying the Angelus, the Pope recalled that his message for the World Day of Peace had highlighted how "the great religions can represent an important factor for the unity and peace of the human family. In this context", he said:
I also noted that the year 2011 will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the World Day of Prayer for Peace which the Venerable John Paul II called in Assisi, Italy, in 1986. For this reason, in the coming month of October, I will make a pilgrimage to the town of St. Francis, inviting my Christian brethren of different confessions, leaders of the world's religious traditions and, in their hearts, all men and women of good will, to join me on this journey in order to commemorate that important historical gesture of my predecessor, and solemnly to renew the commitment of believers of all religions to live their religious faith as a service to the cause of peace. Those who are journeying towards God cannot fail to transmit peace; those who build peace cannot fail to move towards God. I invite you, even now, to support this initiative with your prayers.
ANG/VIS 20110103 (460)

Archbishop Lefebvre comments about Assisi I
During the closing ceremony for the Week of Christian Unity on January 25, 1986, John Paul II announced "a special prayer meeting for peace in the town of Assisi," "with representatives not only from the various Christian churches and communions but also from the other religions across the world".
Assisi I in 1986
When it was announced, Archbishop Lefebvre reminded the seminarians of Econe of the famous "motley congress" of religions held in Chicago in 1895 which Leo XIII had condemned. The same thing was going to be seen again but this time organized by the Pope. Archbishop Lefebvre said:
It is demonic. It is an insult to our Lord Jesus Christ. Who will they pray to? What god will they pray to for peace? What peace can they ask for if they are not praying to the only true God? They will not be praying to our Lord Jesus Christ. The Jews do not want him, the Muslims and Buddhists do not want Him neither. Lots of Protestants do not believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ. What god will they pray to? God was made flesh and came and lived amongst us to save us. We have no right to pray to anyone else. If we put Jesus Christ aside, we are not praying to the true God. It is an indescribably impious act against our Lord Jesus Christ. (Spiritual Conferences, 117B, Jan. 28)
On August 27, 1986, Archbishop Lefebvre wrote to eight cardinals in view of the Assisi meeting. He asked of them to protest against the actions of John Paul II, in particular "the planned procession of religions in the street of the town of St. Francis":
He who now sits upon the Throne of Peter mocks publicly the first article of the Creed and the first Commandment of the Decalogue. The scandal given to Catholic souls cannot be measured. The Church is shaken to its very foundations.
On October 28, 1986 Assisi meeting took place and on December 2, Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer publicly protested:
Public sin against the unicity of God, the Word Incarnate, and His Church makes one shudder with horror: John Paul has encouraged false religions to pray to their false gods: it is an unprecedented and immeasurable scandal, inconceivably impious and intolerable humiliation to those who remain Catholic, loyally professing the same Faith for twenty centuries. (Fideliter, #55; declaration signed in Buenos Aires)
Assisi II; 2002

Why is Ecumenism Wrong?An extract of Bishop Fellay's October 2010 conference in Kansas City, MO © 2012                    

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The articles posted in the main here are from a variety of sources and perspectives, but all based on the unchangeable truth that all law comes from God, or if it is something that pretends a legalism but does not agree with God's law, then it is nothing lawful at all; the Noachide nonsense is the prime example of that which is not at all lawful. See the right side pane and below the posts at the bottom of the page for a number of sources that help shed light on this.

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