Toronto Catholic Witness
The highest ranking Prelate at the UN (chosen by Bergoglio), Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, has admitted that the ecumenical movement is not about an "internal Christian affair", or bringing back separated Christians into the One Fold of Jesus Christ, the Catholic Church.
No, the ecumenical movement is a horizontal, secular, globalist, political movement focused on the "pressing needs of humanity". Are these needs sin, evil, broken families, sexual perversion, abortion, homosexuality....?
No, the "needs of humanity" are secular, political, humanistic.
In a speech recently given, the Archbishop wants to "put people first.." Notice, not Our Lord Jesus Christ! I ask you, dear readers to recall the words of Our Lord: "come to me all ye who labour, and I shall give you rest..." Now, consider the following agenda of the Archbishop:
From the news agency Zenit, which, incidentally, highly approves of the Archbishops' stance:
“Putting people always first means protecting, at every stage and in every circumstance, the dignity of the person, and its human rights and fundamental freedoms, and in a specific way, the rights to life and to freedom of religion from which all other rights flow and which are therefore the common foundation of the pillars of peace and security and integral human development,” Archbishop Paul Gallagher
You will notice that, for the Archbishop, the "right to life" and "freedom of religion" is the foundation of "peace, security .... integral human development". Not one word of Our Lord Jesus Christ upon which everything is built.
Contrast the worldly delusions of this Prelate to the holy words of Pope Leo XIII, from Tametsi:
The most important duty of the Church, and the one most peculiarly her own, is to defend and to propagate throughout the world the Kingdom of the Son of God, and to bring all men to salvation by communicating to them the divine benefits, so much so that her power and authority are chiefly exercised in this one work.
Pope Leo XIII again:
What kind of life that is from which Jesus Christ, "the power of God and the wisdom of God," is excluded; what kind of morality and what manner of death are its consequences, can be clearly learnt from the example of nations deprived of the light of Christianity. If we but recall St. Paul's description (Romans I., 24-32) of the mental blindness, the natural depravity, the monstrous superstitions and lusts of such peoples, our minds will be filled with horror and pity.
Gallagher is a traitor and a rebel. He is a malefactor. The ills he speaks of are due to sin and turning away from the Gospels. Instead of proclaiming Christ, Gallagher preaches a false masonic humanism. Judge dear friends for yourselves if his words are reflective of Pope Leo's. But let there be no doubt: the policy of the Holy See at the United Nations is substantially Judeo-Masonic. The Holy See policy is not one of preaching Christ Crucified, but a false horizontal "Christianity" bereft of the Cross.
Let us hear the words of the great Pope Leo XIII again, laying out the true charter for Catholic action amongst the nations:
As with individuals, so with nations. These, too, must necessarily tend to ruin if they go astray from "The Way." The Son of God, the Creator and Redeemer of mankind, is King and Lord of the earth, and holds supreme dominion over men, both individually and collectively. "And He gave Him power, and glory, and a kingdom: and all peoples, tribes, and tongues shall serve Him" (Daniel VII., 14). "I am appointed King by Him . . . I will give Thee the Gentiles for Thy inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for Thy possession" (Psalm II., 6, 8).
Therefore the law of Christ ought to prevail in human society and be the guide and teacher of public as well as of private life. Since this is so by divine decree, and no man may with impunity contravene it, it is an evil thing for the common weal wherever Christianity does not hold the place that belongs to it.
When Jesus Christ is absent, human reason fails, being bereft of its chief protection and light, and the very end is lost sight of, for which, under God's providence, human society has been built up. This end is the obtaining by the members of society of natural good through the aid of civil unity, though always in harmony with the perfect and eternal good which is above nature. But when men's minds are clouded, both rulers and ruled go astray, for they have no safe line to follow nor end to aim at.