Pope Joins with Muslims and Buddhists For Ecumenical Prayer Service

On October 20, Pope Francis is joining up with members of other world religions to gather together for a time of prayer and to speak at an event entitled “No One Is Saved Alone – Peace and Fraternity.”

Vatican News reports that all the major world religions will gather to pray in their respective venues across the city in an ecumenical time of supplication:

Pope Francis the Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, and other Orthodox and Protestant representatives in the Basilica of Saint Mary in Aracoeli; Jews in the Synagogue of Rome; Muslims, Buddhists, and representatives of other Eastern religions in the Capitoline Museums.

Once completed, they will then gather together for an “interreligious service” which will include more prayer, the lighting of the peace candle, speeches, the delivery of the 2020 Appeal for Peace, and a socially distanced sign of peace (when congregation members greet their neighbors with handshakes and say “peace be with you.”)

These blasphemous, scandalous, diabolical, interreligious prayer meetings with the Pope are happening more and more often, with at least five in the last two years. In fact, we wrote about an event last year in the UAE, where Francis said:

“The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race, and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the right to freedom of belief and the freedom to be different derives.”

That is, if different races aren’t bad, and different sexes aren’t bad, then different religions aren’t bad either…

The theme of No One Is Saved Alone is a squirrely one, however, with Francis repeating something similar in a tweet yesterday, saying “we are either all saved together or no one is saved.”




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