A Concordat With the Vatican Is Like Dancing With the Devil
Vatican eyes political control and favors in one world government and one world religion quest
By Greg Szymanski, JD
Dec. 27, 2010
Entering into a concordat with the Vatican makes as much sense as dancing barefoot with the devil on a hot bed of coals.
Most Americans have no idea what a Vatican Concordat entails, but if the truth be known it is like signing your own death warrant.
Right now the Vatican and U.S. have established diplomatic relations for appearance sake, but it might as well be a full-blown concordat.
What is a concordat?
“A concordat is a pact between the Vatican and a nation-state whereby the Vatican gains certain political and financial benefits in return for support of a policy or arm of the national government. Such a concordat in a nation with numerous Catholics is also helpful in getting their allegiance or in curbing opposition to the government.” — Prof. John M. Swomley, St. Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, Missouri Continue reading