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Comment from UTT:
The Bible is very clear. No human being has the right to add to or to delete from the inspired word of God. Apparently Pope Francis feels qualified to reject what God has said and issue his own rules and regulations. While the Pope's words should be totally ignored if not condemned, there is one of his points that needs to be discussed. He is suggesting that humans see God in other humans. While the Bible says that when a Christian believes in Jesus and repents from their sins, the Spirit of God enters into them, what about those of other religions who know nothing about Jesus? What god is found in them? This is a perfect setup for the religion of pantheism that states that all is God and God is in all. Very dangerous.


November 1 - Six new Beatitudes proposed by Pope Francis

Article: Roman Catholic Church And The Last Days

The Pope has offered a new list of Beatitudes at a Catholic Mass in Malmo, Sweden.

At the Mass, which took place at the conclusion of his ecumenical trip to the country, Pope Francis highlighted the lives of the Swedish saints Elizabeth Hesselblad and Bridget of Vadstena. The best description of the saints, their “identity card”, the Pope said, is found in the Beatitudes from Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount, which begins, “Blessed are the poor in spirit.”

New situations require new energy and a new commitment, he said, and then offered a new list of Beatitudes for modern Christians:

— Blessed are those who remain faithful while enduring evils inflicted on them by others and forgive them from their heart.

— Blessed are those who look into the eyes of the abandoned and marginalised and show them their closeness.

— Blessed are those who see God in every person and strive to make others also discover him.

— Blessed are those who protect and care for our common home.

— Blessed are those who renounce their own comfort in order to help others.

— Blessed are those who pray and work for full communion between Christians.


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