Francis presides over Protestant Pentecostalists in Rome

On June 5, 2017, Francis-Bergoglio personally presided at the fiftieth anniversary of the Newchurch Charismatic Renewal in the Circus Maximus at Rome. Charismaticism is an outright heresy, which was introduced into Newchurch after the Vatican II Anti-Council in 1967. It is submerged in Syncretism, after Vatican II renamed Oecumenism to cover over the doctrinal stench. Syncretism/Oecumenism has been strongly condemned by Catholic popes, particularly Pope St. Pius X, as part of the Heresy of Modernism. As if to pile on the heresy, Bergoglio received Protestant ministers who were participating in the anti-Catholic affair.

Charismaticism is a particularly virulent modern-day mania infecting the Newchurch of the New Order, which has its roots deep in heresy. In the late 17th century, the beginnings of Charismaticism can already be seen as a derivative of the Protestant heresy. Philip Jakob Spener and his disciple, August Hermann Francke, from his vantage point at the new University of Halle, through over 6,000 graduates in Protestant theology, spread the ideas of “Pietism” throughout Germany. The Pietists specially emphasized emotional feeling rather than reason and cultivated “enthusiasm” in worship. Protestant Pietism is now rife in the Newchurch of the New Order, particularly in its Protestantized “New Mess.”
The phenomenon caught on nationwide among Newchurchers who were searching for new ways of praying during the first flurry of the Vatican II Anti-council’s revolution. Known initially as Newchurch Pentecostalism, the movement was renamed to reflect the various spiritual “gifts” (in Greek, charismata), purportedly given by the Holy Ghost to individuals. The movement is associated with such other cult-like, mind-controlling organizations and programmes as:
  1. Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD, which was perfectly traditional before Vatican II, but afterwards was corrupted)
  2. Taize
  3. Oecumenism
  4. Marriage Encounter
  5. Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA), which replaced the Sacrament of Baptism in the New Order sect
  6. Renew
  7. Focolare
  8. Cursillo
  9. Neo-Catechumenal Way
  10. Legionnaires of Christ/Regnum Christi
  11. Communion and Liberation
  12. Miles Jesu
  13. Wicca (Gaia)
  14. Life Teen
This Charismatic Movement is far from true Catholicism. It represents an almost complete abandonment of even nominally Catholic practices, beliefs, and modes of discourse. For further information, click on FAQ10: How Do You Explain These Traditional Catholic Beliefs? in the TRADITIO Network’s Library of Files: FAQs and Traditional Apologetics department, in the section “Charismatic Movement.”
True Catholics, in 1974 Archbishop Robert Dwyer, of Portland, Oregon, warned: “We regard it [Charismaticism] bluntly as one of the most dangerous trends in the Church in our time, closely allied in spirit with other disruptive and divisive movements threatening grave harm to unity and damage to countless souls.” Now in fact that heretical Charismaticism — whose followers one author called “Chari-schismatics” — has taken over the soul of Francis-Bergoglio’s heretical New Order sect.

May 9, 2017 – Pentecost Friday – Ember Friday
Semidouble Feast

Francis-Bergoglio Personally Presides at Charismatic Heresy
Newchurch Charismaticism Originated in Protestant Pentecostalism. The inter-faith unholy Trinity Marches on.

From: The TRADITIO Fathers

Newchurch Charismatics Gyrating Like Demented Protestant Pentecostalists
The Heresy of Charismaticism Originated in the Protestant Devolution
And Has Now Taken over the Soul of the Heretical New Order Sect
It Is Part of Syncretism/Oecumenism, Which Has Been Strongly Condemned
By Catholic Popes, Particularly Pope St. Pius X, as Part of the Heresy of Modernism
On June 4, 2017, Francis-Bergoglio Joined the Heresy
To Swing and Sway with the Protestants in Rome’s Great Circus