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Francis Bits Farewell to Master of Ceremonies, Trip Organiser, Alitalia – And The Gospel

“Let it never be said that divisive words come from the mouths of religious leaders, but only words of openness and peace,” Francis told Protestant and Jewish leaders on September 12 in Budapest - while Christ says that "I have not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Mt 10:34).

Further, Francis described the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement as “moments of grace and a summons to spiritual renewal” - although they are based on a denial of Christ.

He claimed that the [religious] Jews are his “brothers in the faith of our Father Abraham” - implying that the Abraham's and Christ's faith are two different things which they are not. According to John 3:36 only those are true children of Abraham who believe in Christ and “whoever refuses to believe in the Son won't see life, but the wrath of God remains on him.”

During his flight to Budapest, Francis said that this journey was one of farewells: the last with his Master of Ceremonies Msgr Guido Marini, the last with his travel organiser Msgr Dieudonné Datonou, and the last with Alitalia which will be rebranded in October.

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"brothers in the faith of our Father Abraham"
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The notorious post-conciliar mockery of Christ must end.
"Abraham your father rejoiced that he might see my day: he saw it, and was glad"; "Think not that I will accuse you to the Father. There is one that accuseth you, Moses, in whom you trust. For if you did believe Moses, you would perhaps believe me also; for he wrote of me. "

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"brothers in the faith of our Father Abraham"
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The notorious post-conciliar mockery of Christ must end.
"Abraham your father rejoiced that he might see my day: he saw it, and was glad"; "Think not that I will accuse you to the Father. There is one that accuseth you, Moses, in whom you trust. For if you did believe Moses, you would perhaps believe me also; for he wrote of me. "

Jews believe that God of the New Testament is not God of their Torah+Talmud combo. And churchmen of the New Advent trying to dialogue with them (on other matters than weather forecasts or similar) have forgotten dialogue guidelines of the saintly king of France - Louis IX:
"...there was once a great disputation between clergy and Jews at the monastery of Cluny. And there was at Cluny a poor knight to whom the abbot gave bread at that place for the love of God ; and this knight asked the abbot to suffer him to speak the first words, and they suffered him, not without doubt. So he rose, and leant upon his crutch, and asked that they should bring to him the greatest clerk and most learned master among the Jews; and they did so. Then he asked the Jew a question, which was this : " Master," said the knight, " I ask you if you believe that the Virgin Mary, who bore God in her body and in her arms, was a virgin mother, and is the mother of God? "
And the Jew replied that of all this he believed nothing. Then the knight answered that the Jew had acted like a fool when — neither believing in her, nor loving her— he had yet entered into her monastery and house. " And verily," said the knight, " you shall pay for it! " Whereupon he lifted his crutch and smote the Jew near the ear, and beat him to the earth. Then the Jews turned to flight, and bore away their master, sore wounded. And so ended the disputation.
The abbot came to the knight and told him he had committed a deed of very great folly. But the knight replied that the abbot had committed a deed of greater folly in gathering people together for such a disputation; for there were a great many good Christians there who, before the disputation came to an end, would have gone away misbelievers through not fully understanding the Jews. "
"And I tell you, that no one, unless he be a very learned clerk, should dispute with them; but a layman, when he hears the Christian law missaid, should not defend the Christian law, unless it be with his sword, and with that he should pierce the missayer in the midriff, so far as the sword will enter."
(source: Chronicle of Jean de Joinville)
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“Let it never be said that divisive words come from the mouths of religious leaders, but only words of openness and peace,-contradicted by Christ.

I'm not sure who should be more embarrassed about you @Sedevakantistický kanál ... Poland or the UK? Who wants to admit their country has such a stupid anti-Semtic bigot? As an American, I'm embarrrassed enough because of people like Steve D. So …More
“Let it never be said that divisive words come from the mouths of religious leaders, but only words of openness and peace,-contradicted by Christ.

I'm not sure who should be more embarrassed about you @Sedevakantistický kanál ... Poland or the UK? Who wants to admit their country has such a stupid anti-Semtic bigot? As an American, I'm embarrrassed enough because of people like Steve D. So what are you anyway, "a practicing pole" or a "practcing Brit". :P Thanks for the "block", btw. Like a lot of Jew-haters, you can dish out the trash-talk but you obviously can't take it yourself, you little sissy.
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"St. Paul"??? Implying there is only one. St. Joan of Arc wasn't an anti-Semite either, bigot-boy. That was a lie promoted by Marie Maugeret and other French radicals using "The Jewish Peril" as a call for nationalism.

Steve D's Dictionary Entry #244 Trolling: "All comments that debunk his jew-peddling agenda."
Ultraviolet
You aren't, @Steve D You're in the company of Marie Maugeret and French Jew-haters from 1800s who blasphemed against a saint with their lies.
Sedevakantistický kanál
What have this two in common? Answer:

(They are both apostate pan-Christians, and practising jews.)