Reject Pope’s Recent Encyclical

Reject Pope’s Recent Encyclical, says former RC Priest

Why is Rome organizing political, economic, and religious activities worldwide?

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Oct. 14, 2009

Richard Bennett, a former Roman Catholic priest for more than 25 years, has warned Americans about Rome’s evil agenda as well as their non-biblical teachings.

Steeped in pagan tradition with a Luciferian agenda, the Vatican agenda now encompasses the United Nations, economic institutions, and international finance organizations, according the Pope’s latest encyclical.

Bennett, a born again Christian, has appeared on my radio show many times and is a highly credible source when it comes to the deceptive agenda of the Vatican and Jesuit Order.

Recently, he penned a letter about the Pope’s latest encyclical.

Please read Bennett’s words below if you want to educate yourself about how the Vatican controls what has come to be known the New World Order:

The Pope’s latest encyclical can read like an ideological bombshell.
However, when we study papal history with its obsession for global
power, it is not so shocking.

The Papacy has an agenda for the United Nations, economic
institutions, and international finance organizations. The Pope has
called for the crafting of a new governmental body above these groups
and intends that the new body be equipped with enforcement power on a startling scale.

Much more sobering is the detailed body of Roman Catholic social
doctrine on which the encyclical is built and which the Papacy is in
the process of instituting secularly. These documents need to be
analyzed and rejected before nations and peoples unwittingly concede
both temporal and religious control to the Vatican. We have outlined
the heart of the major tactics found in the body of Roman Catholic
social doctrine, which includes the Pope’s latest encyclical. Our
article, “The Pope’s Plans on Organizing Political, Economic, and
Religious Activities Worldwide,” is now posted on our Website at:

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Trusting in the Lord’s grace and mighty power,
Richard Bennett

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4 thoughts on “Reject Pope’s Recent Encyclical

  1. “Caritas in Veritate” or: “All We Need is the Right Major Crisis”

    07/07’09 The Romish Pharaoh says

    To the bishops, priests and deacons, men and women religious, the lay faithful and all people of good will on integral human development in charity and truth

    1. Charity in truth, to which Jesus Christ bore witness by his earthly life and especially by his death and resurrection, is the principal driving force behind the authentic development of every person and of all humanity. Love – caritas – is an extraordinary force which leads people to opt for courageous and generous engagement in the field of justice and peace. It is a force that has its origin in God, Eternal Love and Absolute Truth. Each person finds his good by adherence to God’s plan for him, in order to realize it fully: in this plan, he finds his truth, and through adherence to this truth he becomes free (cf. Jn 8:32). To defend the truth, to articulate it with humility and conviction, and to bear witness to it in life are therefore exacting and indispensable forms of charity. Charity, in fact, “rejoices in the truth” (1 Cor 13:6). All people feel the interior impulse to love authentically: love and truth never abandon them completely, because these are the vocation planted by God in the heart and mind of every human person. The search for love and truth is purified and liberated by Jesus Christ from the impoverishment that our humanity brings to it, and he reveals to us in all its fullness the initiative of love and the plan for true life that God has prepared for us. In Christ, charity in truth becomes the Face of his Person, a vocation for us to love our brothers and sisters in the truth of his plan. Indeed, he himself is the Truth (cf. Jn 14:6).

    2. Charity is at the heart of the Church’s social doctrine. Every responsibility and every commitment spelt out by that doctrine is derived from charity which, according to the teaching of Jesus, is the synthesis of the entire Law (cf. Mt 22:36- 40). It gives real substance to the personal relationship with God and with neighbour; it is the principle not only of micro-relationships (with friends, with family members or within small groups) but also of macro-relationships (social, economic and political ones). For the Church, instructed by the Gospel, charity is everything because, as Saint John teaches (cf. 1 Jn 4:8, 16) and as I recalled in my first Encyclical Letter, “God is love” (Deus Caritas Est): everything has its origin in God’s love, everything is shaped by it, everything is directed towards it. Love is God’s greatest gift to humanity, it is his promise and our hope.
    I am aware of the ways in which charity has been and continues to be misconstrued and emptied of meaning, with the consequent risk of being misinterpreted, detached from ethical living and, in any event, undervalued. In the social, juridical, cultural, political and economic fields – the contexts, in other words, that are most exposed to this danger – it is easily dismissed as irrelevant for interpreting and giving direction to moral responsibility. Hence the need to link charity with truth not only in the sequence, pointed out by Saint Paul, of veritas in caritate (Eph 4:15), but also in the inverse and complementary sequence of caritas in veritate. Truth needs to be sought, found and expressed within the “economy” of charity, but charity in its turn needs to be understood, confirmed and practised in the light of truth. In this way, not only do we do a service to charity enlightened by truth, but we also help give credibility to truth, demonstrating its persuasive and authenticating power in the practical setting of social living. This is a matter of no small account today, in a social and cultural context which relativizes truth, often paying little heed to it and showing increasing reluctance to acknowledge its existence.

    3. Through this close link with truth, charity can be recognized as an authentic expression of humanity and as an element of fundamental importance in human relations, including those of a public nature. Only in truth does charity shine forth, only in truth can charity be authentically lived. Truth is the light that gives meaning and value to charity. That light is both the light of reason and the light of faith, through which the intellect attains to the natural and supernatural truth of charity: it grasps its meaning as gift, acceptance, and communion. Without truth, charity degenerates into sentimentality. Love becomes an empty shell, to be filled in an arbitrary way. In a culture without truth, this is the fatal risk facing love. It falls prey to contingent subjective emotions and opinions, the word “love” is abused and distorted, to the point where it comes to mean the opposite. Truth frees charity from the constraints of an emotionalism that deprives it of relational and social content, and of a fideism that deprives it of human and universal breathing-space. In the truth, charity reflects the personal yet public dimension of faith in the God of the Bible, who is both Agápe and Lógos: Charity and Truth, Love and Word.

    4. […] Truth, by enabling men and women to let go of their subjective opinions and impressions, allows them to move beyond cultural and historical limitations and to come together in the assessment of the value and substance of things. Truth opens and unites our minds in the lógos of love: this is the Christian proclamation and testimony of charity. […] A Christianity of charity without truth would be more or less interchangeable with a pool of good sentiments, helpful for social cohesion, but of little relevance. In other words, there would no longer be any real place for God in the world. Without truth, charity is confined to a narrow field devoid of relations. […]

    5. Charity is love received and given. It is “grace” (cháris). Its source is the wellspring of the Father’s love for the Son, in the Holy Spirit. Love comes down to us from the Son. It is creative love, through which we have our being. It is redemptive love, through which we are recreated. Love is revealed and made present by Christ (cf. Jn 13:1) and “poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit” (Rom 5:5). As the objects of God’s love, men and women become subjects of charity, they are called to make themselves instruments of grace, so as to pour forth God’s charity and to weave networks of charity.
    This dynamic of charity received and given is what gives rise to the Church’s social teaching, which is caritas in veritate in re sociali: the proclamation of the truth of Christ’s love in society. This doctrine is a service to charity, but its locus is truth. Truth preserves and expresses charity’s power to liberate in the ever-changing events of history. It is at the same time the truth of faith and of reason, both in the distinction and also in the convergence of those two cognitive fields. Development, social well-being, the search for a satisfactory solution to the grave socio-economic problems besetting humanity, all need this truth. What they need even more is that this truth should be loved and demonstrated. Without truth, without trust and love for what is true, there is no social conscience and responsibility, and social action ends up serving private interests and the logic of power, resulting in social fragmentation, especially in a globalized society at difficult times like the present.

    A true masterpiece of clerical demagogy!
    But it really doesn’t get fatter anymore: love (‘mostly from a god’s death, which mysteriously didn’t last besides a couple of hours’), truth – it’s all the way in. I’d like to suggest that there is no further progression possible.

    For all this, there is urgent need of a true world political authority, as my predecessor Blessed John XXIII indicated some years ago. Such an authority would need to be regulated by law, to observe consistently the principles of subsidiarity and solidarity.

    Step by step into the New World Order under the bloody Jesuit Shepherd’s Fold …


  2. Craig M. Lyons) It is like a 10,000 piece theological puzzle to which 400 parts are missing, thus giving a false picture of what was intended by the “maker”, God. There is only one truth about mankind’s Soul and it lies in the dark Skies overhead enlightening the way for the whole of mankind. And we never knew that the path for mankind Spiritual enlightenment and Spiritual development lays over our heads at night. The uranograph has laid silent since the persecutions started with the emergence of Orthodox Roman Christianity in the early 3rd century. But, by no means, think that such persecutions of the Gnostic Christians started this late, because actually it began with Ignatius, Justin Martyr, and Irenaeus in the late Second Century and only gained momentum from there in destroying this “One Faith” intended for the whole of mankind, this Science of the Soul. This “One Faith” and “One Way” for all mankind does not separate mankind and breed hatred and suspicion between mankind, nor is it the cause of wars and untold bloodshed seen in the likes of the Christian inquisition, crusades, progroms, etc. Don’t get me wrong, Christianity is not the only world religion to be guilty of such atrocities committed in the name of religion, but their persecution of Judaism, which just happens to teach this Ancient Spiritual Wisdom which they inherited by their biological parents in Ancient Egypt, is a crime of all crimes against mankind and is responsible for the Dark Ages and repression of mankind’s development on this planet even today. Two thousand years down the road we, as children growing up in this Western Christian hemisphere, have not one clue about the truth behind our inherited “Jesus Story” or how to accurately interpret out Bibles. Not one clue that the truth is not about some supposed man who was personified and “carnalized” and “literalized” some two thousand years ago by an emerging Gentile anti-Jewish establishment who did not want to live according to “ma’at” and the Laws of God as did Egypt and Egypt’s children, the Jewish nation. This terrible Roman “reinterpretation” of Sacred Religious Knowledge of the Soul in the Egyptian religion has robbed mankind today of its righful heritage and plunged the world into the Dark Ages to which mankind has been deliberately trying to emerge in the last two hundred years. The hope for mankind is on the horizon as such knowledge is again seeing the light of day and at the same time exposing the Roman lies and their “way of salvation” which they forced upon the world at the point of a sword for over 1,800 years.


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