New Pope – is the Church taking a new direction or old?

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All the world is buzzing about what this new Pope could mean for the Catholic Church and whether or not he will change the face of it. Over the last few days my Fb has quite a few feeds about the Jesuits and who they are and about St Francis of Assisi. But I just want to take a minute to share you a little bit of personal history. When I first became a Christian, a friend of mine and I were discussing the Catholic Church and the Popes. She said to me, “I wonder if the Catholic Church would ever elect a Jesuit for a Pope, because that would NOT be good!” I didn’t know much about the Jesuits at that time, I only knew that they were the military arm of the Church.

Now jump forward to today. We have a Pope who is exactly that! Coincidently, I have been reading a book about the history of the huguenots in France. I started this book quite a few weeks ago, and the Jesuits are not shown in good light in that book! The Jesuits rounded up and tortured, killed thousands of people, they took away children from the parents that would NOT succumb to the King’s Religion. The Jesuits started schools in monkeries and nunneries to educate the young in the ways of Catholicism. In this book the Jesuits were something to be feared as was the Catholic religion.

Now I hear things about how the Jesuits are still interested in education and spreading the religion throughout the world. How will a Jesuit Pope do this? Well, HERE is an article that puts forth a few observations about a Catholic Social Gospel, and a Liberation Theology. Have a read, and see what you think?

The Church may have changed the means in which it makes converts, but it still wants them. And just to add a little bit more information, the commission of the Church was not to make converts but to make disciples. It is easy to make converts and even easier to make bad converts, but not so easy to make disciples. If you don’t get what I mean, watch THIS youtube.

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8 thoughts on “New Pope – is the Church taking a new direction or old?

  1. To force is the same as what some “OTHER” notorious “religion(s)” are doing that we see news posts about daily. This is definitely, as you mentioned, not the way of Christ.

  2. LTRP Note: Nearly two years ago, we issued this special report. With a newly elected Jesuit Pope in the Vatican, we thought it would be timely to repost this important article. It is also in booklet form as one of our new Print Booklet Tracts.
    According to Bible prophecy, a one-world religion that will offer the promise of peace throughout the world is going to commence prior to Christ’s return. To most, this global body will seem like a wonderful thing and very possibly will be a pseudo-Christianity (coming in the name of “Christ”); however, contrary to how the masses will view it, it will actually help establish and set up the antichrist and his one- world government.
    In order for this to happen, all religions must come together in an ecumenical plan. Today, as part of this Satanic scheme, the evangelical/Protestant church is being drawn seductively into the Roman Catholic church, largely through what we call “The Jesuit Agenda.” Incredibly, while the evidence is obvious to some, the majority of proclaiming Christians are not at all aware it is happening.
    So, what should we expect if we are in the time when such a system unfolds? First, many who once were Protestant and evangelical will become ecumenical and eventually assimilate with the Roman Catholic church. Second, all religions will unite in solidarity of purpose. Understanding the Jesuit Agenda is essential if we are to understand how this worldwide deception will come about.
    Who are the Jesuits? Read this:

    http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?tag=jesuit-oath

  3. Some Muslim guy said “God” or “Allah” gave him a vision of this and spoke to him…to unite the Christians and Muslims under the same belief in Jesus (though they don’t believe in the same Jesus a “true” Christian believes in) and Abraham.

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