By Eric Gajewski
The ecumenical humanitarian corridor project spearheaded by the Community of Sant’Egidio
False ecumenism has been pervasive in the Church for decades now. This is truly nothing new. The modernists of Vatican II think it is great and Catholics resisting the “new principles” of the Novus Ordo religion see it for the Masonic sham that it is.
Here we have another “blockbuster” article from arch-heretic John Allen of Crux who makes it seem like these Agenda 2030 principles are actually Catholic principles. They are not.
This ecumenical humanitarian corridor project is just one of the “movements” within the emerging One World Religion structure that screams “new tower of Babel”. No longer are men divided by doctrine (they imply) but rather they are “united” by a false peace perpetuated by heretics from all over the globe. John Allen writes this is “Francis’s favorite movement”!
No kidding. Of course, it has Novus ordo principles written all over it. Let us take a look at some of them and further analyze this Novus Ordo “masterpiece”.
Celebrity status? Way to sell this false movement (ecumenical corridor project) Mr. Allen (insert sarcasm wherever you like). He makes mention of how many reporters “have flocked to the scene” just to see this group in the airport!
Wow! So, we have ecumenical groupies now as well?
I thought the movement itself was bad enough but I suppose anyone who takes up Masonic Vatican II “ecumenism” can now be deemed a “rock star” like their idol Nope Francis.
You would think judging by some of the recent pictures of Francis’s talks in Rome people would wake up to this propaganda that he is some sort of celebrity. Even liberals crack jokes about Francis these days. Nevertheless, maybe this is the new angle of Crux. Ecumenical groupies.
Sant’Egidio same objectives as Francis. Well, no wonder Francis loves them.
If they are Agenda 21, tree-hugging, “John Lennon-like” Socialists then welcome aboard!
What are some of the same common objectives of these heretics? There is conflict resolution, defense of the poor, protection of the environment, opposition to capital punishment, and ecumenical and inter-faith dialogue – most prized by Francis.