Catholic Family News

Masonic “Human Fraternity” Advancing Under Francis

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Dear Friends in Christ,

Last month marked the sixth anniversary of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s election to the Papacy (Mar. 13, 2013), one of the most controversial and divisive men ever to occupy the Chair of Peter. From his infamous “Who am I to judge?” comment to Amoris Laetitia, from denying the legitimacy of capital punishment to blaming the Church’s sexual abuse crisis on “clericalism”, Pope Francis continues to espouse “profane novelties” (1 Tim. 6:20) instead of confirming his brethren in the Catholic Faith (cf. Luke 22:32).

Perhaps his most egregious error to date is found in a text released during his trip to the United Arab Emirates (Feb. 3-5, 2019). Entitled “A Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together”, this joint declaration signed by Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar (a high-ranking Muslim leader) states, “The pluralism and the diversity of religions, color, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings.”

The notion that God “wills” any religion besides the one true religion – the Catholic Faith – is completely false and condemned by the Church’s constant Magisterium. Reason alone tells us that God could not be the author of contradictory belief systems, yet the current Roman Pontiff has affirmed this blatant error. How did we get to this point?

Our dearly departed editor and friend, John Vennari (1958-2017), wrote a masterful summary of how the principles of Freemasonry – including religious indifferentism – invaded the Church and corrupted much of her human element. He explains in his booklet, The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, that the Freemasons’ “goal was to effect an environment that would eventually produce a Pope and a hierarchy won over to the ideas of liberal Catholicism, but who would all the while believe themselves to be faithful Catholics.”

This is precisely what happened through the aggiornamento (“updating”) of Vatican II, which began under John XXIII, was furthered by Paul VI, John Paul II, and Benedict XVI (in varying ways/degrees), and has now reached its logical fulfillment under Francis.

Subscribe or renew your subscription to Catholic Family News today and receive a free copy of John’s booklet, The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita (shown above), to equip yourself with the truth about the Church’s internal enemies, as well as Our Lady’s coming triumph over them. Originally appearing as an article in CFN (Feb. 1997 issue), TAN Books later published John’s dynamite work as a booklet (1999). The TAN edition has been out of print for a several years, now, but thankfully a second edition has been printed (2017) by John’s longtime friends and colleagues at The Fatima Center.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get a free copy of John Vennari’s truly eye-opening treatment of how our beloved Church was invaded and subverted by wolves in sheep’s clothing (offer expires May 24, 2019). And in your charity, please continue to pray for the repose of John’s soul (April 4, 2019 marks the second anniversary of his passing) and the welfare of his family.

Sincerely in the Holy Family,

Matt Gaspers, Managing Editor

Matt Gaspers

Matt Gaspers

Matt Gaspers is the Managing Editor of Catholic Family News. He was asked by John Vennari (1958-2017), longtime Editor of CFN and stalwart defender of the Faith, to carry on CFN’s important work shortly before Mr. Vennari’s passing. In addition to writing for CFN, Mr. Gaspers has also been published by The Fatima Crusader, OnePeterFive, and LifeSiteNews. His study and writing interests include theology, Church history, Fatima, Islam, and the spiritual life. He has spoken at conferences hosted by Catholic Family News and the Fatima Center. He and his wife, together with their children, reside in Colorado.

Matt Gaspers

Matt Gaspers

Matt Gaspers is the Managing Editor of Catholic Family News. He was asked by John Vennari (1958-2017), longtime Editor of CFN and stalwart defender of the Faith, to carry on CFN’s important work shortly before Mr. Vennari’s passing. In addition to writing for CFN, Mr. Gaspers has also been published by The Fatima Crusader, OnePeterFive, and LifeSiteNews. His study and writing interests include theology, Church history, Fatima, Islam, and the spiritual life. He has spoken at conferences hosted by Catholic Family News and the Fatima Center. He and his wife, together with their children, reside in Colorado.