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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by marius
    Jewish Mafia who controls everything...
    How did you know?

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Paladin
    How did you know?
    I dreamed it last night.

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    I am not his greatest fan...
    All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream at night, in the dusky recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams, with open eyes, to make it possible.

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by marius
    Why wouldn't he be a good Pope? I see, you are a Fundamentalist Catholic, typical for Southern Europe.
    What is a fundamental Catholic?
    Someone who obeys Catholic teaching vigilantly and guards against error and heresy? That's simply a Catholic, nothing more.

    St Teresa of Avila once said that the Catholic Faith is integral. It must be accepted in it's entirety. If you reject even the smallest bit, you reject it all.

    Pope John Paul II fairly blatantly follows the lead of the post-Vatican II Popes in denying certain truths whilst promoting error and heresy.
    He may be considered a "good man" in some ways, but does God really consider the man who leads his people astray a "good man"?

    It has been commented before by some Catholics that JPII seems more interested in earning the respect of the world and the adulation of the masses, rather than guarding the Faith and carrying out his duty as successor of St Peter.

    As for how he could have been elected by the College of Cardinals, that's because the Church's enemies number amongst the Church heirarchy.
    At the start of the 20th century, Pope Leo XIII died and his Secretary of State (Cardinal Rampolla) was fully expected to succeed. As it happened, Emperor Franz Josef of Austria recieved intelligence that Rampolla actually belonged to an extremely anti-clerical Masonic lodge (OTO) and used an obscure Imperial Veto (from the days of the Holy Roman Empire) to block his election. Instead, Cardinal Sarto was elected instead. He became the only Pope-Saint in the past 5 centuries - Pope St Pius X.
    Rampolla died sometime afterwards and Masonic documents were found in his possession. Upon hearing it, Pius X declared - "Miserable Man!" and ordered his possessions to be burned. Pius X spent his pontificate bracing the Church for the revolution that he knew would take place eventually. He hadn't stopped it, merely delayed it. Eventually John XXIII was elected Pope after the death of Pius XII, and he instituted the Ecumenical Council that the Church's enemies had longed for in order to officially subvert the Church (such as the plans laid out in the Alta Vendita documents). That council was Vatican II, which liberalised the Faith, watered it down, denied long held doctrines whilst introducing heresy in it's place, and protestantised the Mass by illegally creating a new Mass in it's place, a "Mass" designed by a Freemason Archbishop and six Protestant ministers.

    As one Vatican offical said sometime after Vatican II, we witnessed "The Church's own French Revolution" - whilst Cardinals Bacci and Ottoviani described the New Mass (Novus Ordo Missae, or "New Order of the Mass) as an "incalculable error"

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    He broke Catholic tradtion by hanpicking a Pope. Not just handpicking a pope .. . , but a Negro pope and I believe you are supposed to let the ceremonial smoke CHOOSE THE POPE. You cannot go wrong with Pio XII

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    He is the greatest living being on this planet today.

    A fairly unbiased opinion, no?

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    What exactly about John Paul II is Heretical? Didn't he approve of the new Catechism of the Catholic church? I've read it and see nothing heretical about its teachings.

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    A weakling. A pope should put protecting the holy land as a priority and this one seems to do nothing but mumble and shake as christ killing jews and fanatic muslims pollute holy ground. When he dies and a negrid pope becomes the vicor even the baby jesus will cry.

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryPotato
    A weakling. A pope should put protecting the holy land as a priority and this one seems to do nothing but mumble and shake as christ killing jews and fanatic muslims pollute holy ground.
    Do you actually believe this stuff?

    The "Holy Land" is nothing more than a strip of worthless desert where some Jewish history occurred. They wrote it down on some scrolls and passed them off as the 'Word of God.'

    Let the Muslims have it. White people don't belong in Middle Eastern deserts anyway.

    When he dies and a negrid pope becomes the vicor even the baby jesus will cry.
    Jesus loves all people, regardless of their color. The Church has been proselytyzing non-whites for centuries, because 'Jesus' wants them to be 'saved.' A majority of Catholics are non-white, you know.

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    Post Re: Your Thoughts On Pope John Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by bocian
    He is the greatest living being on this planet today.

    A fairly unbiased opinion, no?

    He's an enemy of all things Europid, preservationist and sensible.

    His refusal to allow the teeming brown 3rd World hordes to use contraception is one of the greatest threats to our people. Perhaps the SS should have beaten some sense into him when they had the chance.

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