Progressivism in the Church
Church Revolution in Pictures
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Assisi pan-religious meeting - 2002|
January 2002 - At the invitation of John Paul II, different pagan sects worshipped their false gods in various chapels of the Basilica of Assisi and the Franciscan Monastery.
Above left, Buddhists; right, Animists. Below, first row, Sikhists and Hinduists. Below, second row, Tenrikyian and Shinto rituals.
It is difficult to imagine a more radical profanation of sacred places.
In the Old Covenant when a pagan idol was worshipped in the Temple, the Holy Ghost qualified this as the abomination of desolation introduced in the sacred place (Dan 9:27).
All photos from the Vatican website
Posted October 4, 2004
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