Is Voodoo Practiced in the Vatican?

RayneBeau

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Maybe if it came with free beignets mmm
At the beginning of the year 2002, Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II hosted another "pan-Christian" gathering at St. Francis of Assisi Basilica. Perhaps the pope did provide free beignets for those employed in his preparation of this event, when all of the crucifixes and trappings of traditional Catholicism were covered with drapes.
 

jonathan_hili

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At the beginning of the year 2002, Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II hosted another "pan-Christian" gathering at St. Francis of Assisi Basilica. Perhaps the pope did provide free beignets for those employed in his preparation of this event, when all of the crucifixes and trappings of traditional Catholicism were covered with drapes.
Maybe. If so, he's got good taste.
 

RayneBeau

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Only when he is speaking excathedra.
Sort of ding, but only if Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II spoke his Roman Catholic voodoo ex cathedra, while in the room with the Muslims in the room facing Mecca, which he graciously provided for the Muslims during their stay at the Vatican (the 'room' was within the nun's convent on the lower level of the St. Francis of Assisi's Basilica).
 

RayneBeau

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Maybe. If so, he's got good taste.
The Zoroastrians thought JP II had really "good taste" when he allocated a room with windows in it so that they could burn their wooden chips during their invited stay at the Vatican for another of JP's "pan-Christian" gatherings.
 

jonathan_hili

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The Zoroastrians thought JP II had really "good taste" when he allocated a room with windows in it so that they could burn their wooden chips during their invited stay at the Vatican for another of JP's "pan-Christian" gatherings.
I prefer my wooden chips fried but oh well...

Zoroastrianism was very influential on the formation of the Deuteronomistic redaction of the OT.
 

RayneBeau

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Maybe. If so, he's got good taste.
Do you think that the Jews who were invited to the Vatican 'gathering' also thought that Roman Catholic Pope JP II had "good taste" in providing them a room in the Vatican, that had not been blessed in the name of Jesus Christ?
 

jonathan_hili

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Do you think that the Jews who were invited to the Vatican 'gathering' also thought that Roman Catholic Pope JP II had "good taste" in providing them a room in the Vatican, that had not been blessed in the name of Jesus Christ?
I have no idea. I'm sure there are lots of rooms in the Vatican (which is a huge place) that haven't been blessed in the name of Jesus Christ. Do you think Jews would have melted if they had to stay in such a room? I don't really get the point you're making.
 

RayneBeau

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I have no idea. I'm sure there are lots of rooms in the Vatican (which is a huge place) that haven't been blessed in the name of Jesus Christ. Do you think Jews would have melted if they had to stay in such a room? I don't really get the point you're making.
Let me get right to the point which was one of the highlights of this ecumenical "gathering" assembled by Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II. It came when a voodoo priest ascended to the pulpit within the central sanctuary of the basilica to shake a rattle at all those in attendance, including the Roman Catholics "Holy Father" before placing them all under a voodoo spell of tranquility.
Michael Dimond and Peter Dimond, "John Paul II: Manifest Heretic Who Claimed to Be Pope (1978-2005)."

Is this what JP II's supposed predecessor Peter would have done? What about Jesus - how did that honor Him?
 
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jonathan_hili

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Let me get right to the point which was one of the highlights of this ecumenical "gathering" assembled by Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II. It came when a voodoo priest ascended to the pulpit within the central sanctuary of the basilica to shake a rattle at all those in attendance, including the Roman Catholics "Holy Father" before placing them all under a voodoo spell of tranquility.
Michael Dimond and Peter Dimond, "John Paul II: Manifest Heretic Who Claimed to Be Pope (1978-2005)."

Is this what JP II's supposed predecessor Peter would have done? What about Jesus - how did that honor Him?
Where are you getting this from? I mean, if the source you are using is called: John Paul II: Manifest Heretic Who Claimed to Be Pope (1978-2005), I somehow am doubtful of its impartiality!!!

Can you show me some evidence to support this claim, please?

(Okay, looked up the authors. They are sedavacantist.)
 

RayneBeau

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Where are you getting this from? I mean, if the source you are using is called: John Paul II: Manifest Heretic Who Claimed to Be Pope (1978-2005), I somehow am doubtful of its impartiality!!!

Can you show me some evidence to support this claim, please?

(Okay, looked up the authors. They are sedavacantist.)
So what! Who cares what they are! How does that change what your Roman Catholic Pope JP II did?
Answer my questions about the Popes actions - Is this what JP II's supposed predecessor Peter would have done? What about Jesus - how did that honor Him?
 

jonathan_hili

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So what! Who cares what they are! How does that change what your Roman Catholic Pope JP II did?
Answer my questions about the Popes actions - Is this what JP II's supposed predecessor Peter would have done? What about Jesus - how did that honor Him?
Because I don't even know if he did that. When was he supposed to have done this? I'll see if I can find some other sources.
 

RayneBeau

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Because I don't even know if he did that. When was he supposed to have done this? I'll see if I can find some other sources.
Here's a source for you from one of your own Roman Catholic Apologists: Robert Sungenis, reacting to Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II's ecumenical "gathering," written in an article for Catholic Apologetics International, in which he wrote:

"If the pope believes a world religion can pray for physical and spiritual blessings as a mutual concern with Catholics, then it appears he must also believe that the pagan has an established, not just incidental, relationship with God, to the point where God would hear the prayers of a pagan the same as he would hear the prayers of any faithful Catholic. Moreover, it suggests that God is not the least bit disturbed by the pagan's worship of false gods and sinful lifestyle, nor the least bit disturbed that the Catholic is not discouraging the pagan from his false worship and lifestyle."

Robert Sungenis, "A No, No to Assisi - Another Loyal Son Protests," Catholic Apologetics International, June 14, 2002.
 
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