Eucharistic Congress in Hungary?

Dear Bishops of Hungary,

in a letter of 29 April 2021, the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate (BCP) asked you to cancel the Eucharistic Congress scheduled for 5-12 September 2021, and hence also the planned visit by pseudo Pope Bergoglio. Through manifest heresies and apostasy, he has brought on himself God’s curse (Gal 1:8-9) and excluded himself from the Church. Whoever is in inner unity with him participates in his apostasy and anathema. Such a bishop or priest celebrates the Mass invalidly! As for the validity of the Consecration in the case of those who are not in inner unity with Bergoglio but are forced under existential pressure to say the name of the archheretic in the Mass, it is something different. We can speak of it as dubium.

And now, in this situation of apostasy of the head of the Catholic Church (which fact has also been urgently highlighted by Abp C. M. Viganò), what is the point of the Eucharistic Congress, moreover with the direct participation of this archheretic? What theses will be the subject of the Congress if the presence of Christ in the Eucharist in this state of apostasy is more than questionable!?

Your Eminence, Your Excellencies, cancel this Bergoglian performance which will call down a curse rather than blessing on all the participants, and especially on Hungary.

The BCP also addressed the Prime Minister and Government of Hungary in another letter of 29 April 2021 with the request that they support the cancellation of the planned Congress, and hence of the unwelcome visit. It is already publicly known that Bergoglio vehemently promotes sodomite pseudo marriage, the Islamization of Europe, as well as the dangerous mRNA vaccine which true experts urgently warn against.

The Hungarian Government protects Christian foundations, but also the health and lives of its citizens. Therefore, let Hungary cancel the unwanted Congress and the unwanted visit!
Yours respectfully,

+ Elijah
Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate

+ Methodius OSBMr + Timothy OSBMr
Secretary Bishops

1 June 2021

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