Pope Francis and the Return of the Prodigal Protestant Daughters

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Normally, I wouldn’t give Pope Franny the time of day and I usually, as a habit, relegate everything he says to a bunch of lies, but I felt compelled to read this latest speech.

Complete speech of Pope Francis during WYD prayer vigil

More than anything, what struck me about this speech was the growing similarities between Catholicism and Christianity.

Usually, Christians will distance themselves from Catholics saying that “they” worship Mary while “we” worship Jesus (something he told us not to do, btw).

But, as I read through this speech, I found absolutely zero difference between it and any other Christian sermon that you hear these days.

And this shouldn’t be surprising – the “core” or “salvation issue” doctrines of “Catholicism” and “Christianity” are the same.

Watch the video below. Can you find any differences between what this guy is saying and what your Christian church preaches?

https://youtu.be/G0uVWgIH410

In a Q&A post, Catholic.com states:

 


Full Question

Why does the Roman Catholic Church teach the doctrine of “works righteousness,” that through good works one can earn salvation?

Answer
The Catholic Church has never taught such a doctrine and, in fact, has constantly condemned the notion that men can earn or merit salvation. Catholic soteriology (salvation theology) is rooted in apostolic Tradition and Scripture and says that it is only by God’s grace–completely unmerited by works–that one is saved.

The Church teaches that it’s God’s grace from beginning to end which justifies, sanctifies, and saves us. As Paul explains in Philippians 2:13, “God is the one, who, for his good purpose, works in you both to desire and to work.”

Notice that Paul’s words presuppose that the faithful Christian is not just desiring to be righteous, but is actively working toward it. This is the second half of the justification equation, and Protestants either miss or ignore it.

James 2:17 reminds us that “faith of itself, if it does not have work, is dead.” In verse 24 James says, “See how a person is justified by works and not by faith alone.” And later: “For just as a body without a spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead” (2:26).

The Council of Trent harmonizes the necessity of grace and works: “If anyone says that man can be justified before God by his own works, whether done by his own natural powers or by the teaching of the Law, without divine grace through Jesus Christ, let him be anathema” (Session 6; can. 1). (Source)

In evaluating all of this evidence, you must always keep in mind that Pope Francis was a Jesuit BEFORE he was the pope. The Jesuits even say so on their web site.

The formation and main reason for the Jesuits was to bring back those wayward, rebellious Protestants back under the wing of the modern church . . . by any means necessary . . . and that is exactly what Mr. Bergoglio is doing.

I saw this coming a few years ago, and so far it appears that the Protestant daughters are returning to their Mother.

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If you would like to research this further, here are a couple FREE resources for you to check out. Download them straight off of my site. I promise that there will be no requests for your information or money.

  • RW Thompson – The Footprints of the Jesuits (link)
  • F Tupper Saussy – Rulers of Evil (link)

Many of us pride ourselves on our stalwart loyalty to the faith that we have been handed.

We hold it near and dear to our hearts. We’ve “experienced” so many life changing moments under the auspices of this faith.

But we cannot just ignore history, nor can we ignore the direction Christianity has taken.

The prodigal Protestant daughters are returning to their Mother. Will you be among them?

If you are vehemently shaking your head, “NO!” … then I think it’s time that you start asking some hard questions.

Selah.

 

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13 Comments

  1. I haven’t read the post yet Kevin but I’ll read it after stating unequivocally that I would rather die in the inquisition torture chamber than join the false Roman Catholic church. With that said, I think I’ll enjoy reading your post now.
    Maranatha

  2. I fear for where the church is leading people. I Watch and pray that I may not be lead into temptation. Thanks Kevin I pray you may speak boldly as you out to speak.

  3. In regards to video above, I do find that what has been preached about salvation/justification in Christian churches that I have witnessed is definitely different.

    As a child, I was raised in Catholicism. You will find the Catholic “lingo” very similar but, they mean something very different. A very deceptive system, let alone idolatrous.
    All their Church doctrine-Catechism of the Catholic Church[CCC] is written down and will not change[Council of Trent]. The Catholic Church is about Faith AND Sacraments….twisting salvation and sanctifying/being holy/Christlike issues.

    Salvation is by Faith through Grace.
    Baptism is not a requirement for Salvation.
    Baptism does not save. It is an important step and symbol after salvation.
    The video stated it is a requirement….a sacrament of CCC. The scriptures given were isolated from context and history.

    Listen to the statement near end of video…”Baptism, reconciliation and obedience to His commands are necessary to cooperate with the grace of salvation”. Really?
    And don’t even get me started on that part quickly inserted in the video about the “Eucharist” .

    1. I would like to clarify my statement on “baptism does not save”
      so as not to mislead in any way.
      It does not save as far as the ritualistic part.
      Baptism is intrinsically tied to the death of Christ!
      We are baptized into His death and hence resurrection
      so we may walk in newness of life.
      Plenty of scripture for study.

      It was close to 30 years after my belief and commitment
      that I was ceremonially baptized in one of the Great Lakes.
      I encourage all believers to make that public declaration.

  4. I was also raised Catholic as a child, as my late stepfather was Catholic; I left the Catholic church many years ago, but more recently, they helped me financially, i.e. the Catholic Women’s League president, gave me work, paid me well, etc; they are probably just “in error” ..

  5. Big names like Copeland-Warren-Robinson- Hillsong leadership- Meyers- World Church Alliance and many more of big leaders are pushing to end the Protestant movement and to come back to the mother Church. Catholic. Is very sad to me but these people’s followers are taking this bait and blindly go along with this.

  6. Thanks so much for the links to the Jesuit material!! I started reading “Rulers of Evil last night. It was hard to put down! I was raised Roman Catholic and had an uncle who was a Jesuit priest and taught at a Catholic University. I had a discussion with him one time and was shocked that he taught that all religions were paths to God. I had been born again but had not yet left Catholicism. Not long after that the Lord began opening my eyes to more and more of the lies embedded in the RCC and I left. I have to say tracts exposing Catholism from Chick Publications really helped 🙂 I have a book about the Jesuits that had already clued me to their agenda so the books you shared here are confirming some of what I read years ago. Incredible how things are “shaking out”…
    I appreciate your posts, of late in particularly. Thank you! Judi
    ****
    I do not know if this link is acceptable so I understand if you cut this part off 🙂 I think you will enjoy the read though!
    BTW: have you read “Queen of Rome* Queen of Islam*Queen of All”
    http://eternal-productions.org/PDFS/Queen.pdf
    I was reading this book just before you posted this…

  7. Kumi! Ori!……that is to say, Arise! Shine!

    The soon coming Noahide laws and the sunday (blue) laws will certainly separate the unrighteous from the righteous…………

    Thank you Kevin for your faithful faith, as well as your integrity!

  8. I just finished reading the book that you shared with us “Rulers of Evil”, and gleaned so much from it. I won’t say I could agree with all that I read, but the author presented his thoughts and facts well.
    I like the new (new to me anyway lol) site set-up. Because of the format on the ‘big screen’ I went back to re-read the post about Billy Graham and can not help but see a potential correlation.
    https://www.honorofkings.org/billy-graham-protestant-pope/
    Maybe you wrote about this somewhere that I do not recall, but considering what was hidden, and now by the Holy Spirit is being brought to light in so many streams of ‘Christendom’, most likely not just the RCC but the Jesuit association must be in there.
    I do not want to look for a ‘Jesuit under every rock’ LOL, but just interested to see how what I have just read fits in places I never looked for that connection before.

    I attended BG crusades a long time ago and was ‘saved’ a few times. How difficult it is for Catholics, until the Holy Spirit is able to undo what we are taught in RCC, to understand anything. Even more difficult to be free of the indoctrination of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. I remember so many friends and family that went back into bondage to RCC doctrines due to that stronghold. Even protestant people that due to their association with the RCC/CCR became Catholics – and that was back in the 70’s.

    The Lord is sorting things out now for many of us and I am so grateful. Those strongholds are coming down (2 Cor 10: 3-6). I thank Him for those He is using, like yourself, to shake what is not Him or His!
    The False Spirit and the Harlot Bride are saying “Come” and so many are without discernment of their ‘Voice’.
    But for the grace of God, there go I…

    Thank you, Kevin

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