Pope Francis: A ‘Personal Relationship With Jesus’ is ‘Harmful And Dangerous’

Pope Francis shared in a recent sermon in front of crowds of cheering liberal Catholics that having a “personal relationship” with Jesus was “harmful and dangerous”.

Here are the transcribed notes from this shocking new message by Pope Francis. Scroll down to view the video of Pope Francis addressing the crowds and warning of the dangers of having a relationship with God.

Sometimes you may hear people say “I believe in God, in Jesus, but the church, I do not care” How many times have we heard this? This is wrong. There are those who believe you can have a personal, direct, and immediate relationship with Jesus Christ outside of the communion and mediation of the church.These temptations are dangerous and harmful. They are in the words of the great Pope Paul V “absurd dichotomies”

It is true that journeying together can be challenging and sometimes it can be tiring. It may be that some brother or sister (in the church) makes us face a problem, or scandalize us.

But the Lord entrusted his message of salvation to humans, all of us, as witnesses; and in our brothers and sisters in Christ, with their gifts and limits, who come to us and make themselves known. This means belonging to the church.

Here is the video,

Further resources and links to Pope Francis's controversial messages teaching Catholics that “Jesus failed on the cross” and “all religions worship the same God” below the video.

Additional Resources:

Learn more about Pope Francis's sermon saying “Jesus failed on the cross”

Join the conversation regarding whether Pope Francis was right when he said “all religions worship the same God”

Learn more about Pope Francis's shocking order decree mandating Nigerian priests write him and express complete obedience to him over God or any other man

Why should priests have to profess obedience to Pope Francis but be told that having a “personal relationship” with Jesus is “harmful and dangerous”?

The Church is changing. And it doesn't seem like it's for the Good.

Source: Now The End Is Near




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