Now Ratzinger is preparing to beatify Karol Wotyla aka "Pope" John Paul II on May 1st. How can you beatify someone who would:
kiss the Koran, the Mohammedan “Bible.”
· say that all men are united to Christ solely by virtue of the Incarnation.
· say that all men are saved.
· say that the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church of the Creed is present, in all its essential elements, in non-Catholic sects.
· say that the Catholic Church is in communion with non-Catholic sects.
· say that the Catholic Church shares a common apostolic faith with the non-Catholic sects.
· say that non-Catholic sects have an apostolic mission.
· say that the Holy Ghost uses non-Catholic sects as a means of salvation.
· say that it is divinely revealed that men have a right to religious freedom and freedom of conscience.
· say that a properly ordered society is one in which all religions are given free rein to practice, proselytize and propagate.
· say that Our Lord’s descent into hell simply means that He was buried.
· participate in all forms of non-Catholic worship, including that of the Lutherans, the Jews, the Hindus, the American Indians, the Polynesians, to mention only some;
· praise the voodoo religion;
· permit the abomination of Assisi, in which a golden statue of Buddha was placed upon an altar an incensed by a Buddhist priest;
· permit the ecumenical abominations contained in the Ecumenical Directory.
· approve of sacrilege to the Blessed Sacrament by permitting non-Catholics to receive It.
· hold and teach the blasphemous and heretical notion of the Church, that the Church of Christ is not exactly the same thing as the Catholic Church, but merely subsists in it. This heretical doctrine was taught by Vatican II in Lumen Gentium, and its heretical meaning has been upheld by John Paul many times, particularly in the Ecumenical Directory.
· say that Moslems and Catholics worship the same God.
· Give public approval to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, which contains many explicit heresies, and utterly contradicts the solemn teaching of the Council of Trent concerning justification