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Anathema on 26 cardinals, 134 bishops and 99 priests for the Amazon Synod (+video)

Post date:   2019-10-04
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ANATHEMA on 26 cardinals, 134 bishops and 99 priests for the Amazon Synod

 

A synonym for the term ‘anathema’ is excommunication, curse, exclusion from the Body of Christ – the Church. This most severe punishment is established by God Himself. It expresses the spiritual reality that applies to heretics who have abandoned the Gospel of Christ and the Spirit of Christ (Rom 8). Instead, they have received the spirit of heresy and preach an antigospel. They have thus excluded themselves from the Mystical Body of Christ and are on the road to perdition, even though they hold the highest offices in the Church.

By promoting an antigospel they snatch souls from the flock of Christ and lead them to destruction. They do it very cunningly. They use theological terminology, and so they influence many priests and bishops. If the heretic himself is a bishop, cardinal or pope, then the extent of heresy is massive. The Apostle warns against them: “Such are deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles”, and he continues: “And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light, and his servants also…” (2Cor 11:13) Our Lord Jesus warns against them: “You will know them by their fruits.” (Mt 7:16)

 

Defenceless Christians ask: What protection is there against these wolves in sheep’s clothing?

 

God has established protection from heretics, and that is anathema. The Apostle expresses it as follows: “Even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed! As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed!” (Gal 1:8-9)

 

The essence of the papal office is to protect the purity of faith and morals from heresies. At present, the papacy is illegally occupied by a man who abuses St Peter’s chair to destroy faith and morals. Who should publish an anathema on this widely known Judas? God has established the prophetic office for this purpose. Today, in this extraordinary situation, it is held by the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate.

 

Vatican II exploited a liturgical reform to provoke chaos and, meanwhile, it quietly implanted the heresies of neo-Modernism and syncretism. Their fruit is also the pseudo Pope with his Amazon Synod. Bergoglio and his heretical college copy the method of Vatican II. Today, the Synod is supposed to provoke chaos by abolishing celibacy so as to quietly enforce the satanization of the Church and its transition to an anti-Church of the New Age.

 

Many Catholics, unfortunately including priests and bishops, forget the essence of Christianity. The essence is no social work or questionable dialogues. It is a struggle for the salvation of immortal souls. Our salvation is in metanoia and in the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ who died for us on the cross. After His resurrection, He sent the Apostles to preach repentance for the forgiveness of sins.  “Repentance and forgiveness of sins should be preached in His name to all nations.” (Lk 24:47) All the Apostles as well as missionaries obeyed this command and died martyrs for the salvation of souls.

 

After the Council, however, the antimission of so-called dialogue has been preferred. It unites apostate Christianity with paganism and leads to eternal damnation.

 

The antigospel of neo-Modernism not only does not preach the way of salvation to pagans but also drags Christians on the road to destruction! This is a great crime! This antigospel is diametrically opposed to the Gospel of Christ. The Lord Jesus did not send the Apostle of the nations to pagans to find enrichment in their so-called spirituality, but He said to him: I send you to the Gentiles “to open their eyes, in order to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins by faith in Me” (Acts 26:18). Bergoglio and the Amazon Synod do not want pagans to turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God. The Synod wants Catholics to turn from God to Satan and from light to darkness.

 

This is the greatest betrayal of Christ in the history of the Church! By this betrayal – preaching of another gospel – Bergoglio and all the participants in the robber Synod have excluded themselves from the Mystical Body of Christ – the Church. The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate hereby declares an anathema – the exclusion from the Church and curse which the Amazon Synod participants have brought on themselves:

 

By authority of the prophetic and apostolic office, in the name of the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I declare an anathema – exclusion from the Mystical Body of Christ – the Church – on 26 cardinals, 134 bishops and 99 priests, participants in the apostate Amazon Synod:

Cardinals:

Card. Lorenzo Baldisseri

Card. Baltazar Enrique Porras Cardozo

Card. Pedro Ricardo Barreto Jimeno

Card. João Braz de Aviz

Card.  Cláudio Hummes

Card. Giuseppe Versaldi

Card. Pietro Parolin

Card. Luis Francisco Ladaria Ferrer

Card. Robert Sarah

Card. Marc Ouellet

Card. Fernando Filoni

Card. Beniamino Stella

Card. Kevin Joseph Farrell

Card. Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson

Card. Mauro Piacenza

Card. Kurt Koch

Card. Christoph Schönborn

Card. Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga

Card. Seán Patrick O’Malley

Card. Angelo Bagnasco

Card. Oswald Gracias

Card. Reinhard Marx

Card. John Ribat

Card. Giuseppe Bertello

Card. Carlos Aguiar Retes

Card. Michael Czerny

Bishops:

Mons. David Martínez de Aguirre Guinea

Mons. Wellington Tadeu de Queiroz Vieira

Mons. Jorge Herbas Balderrama,

Mons. Gabriel Malzaire

Mons. Francis Alleyne

Mons. Karel Martinus Choennie

Mons. Emmanuel Lafont

Mons. Ricardo Ernesto Centellas Guzmán

Mons. Oscar Omar Aparicio Céspedes

Mons. Waldo Rubén Barrionuevo Ramírez

Mons. Eugenio Coter

Mons. Stanisław Dowlaszewicz Bilman

Mons. Julio María Elías Montoya

Mons. Robert Herman Flock Bever

Mons. Juan Gómez,

Mons. Sergio Alfredo Gualberti Calandrina

Mons. René Leigue Cesari

Mons. Juan Vargas Aruquipa

Mons. Walmor Oliveira de Azevedo

Mons. José Albuquerque de Araújo

Mons. Benedito Araújo

Mons. Bernardo Johannes Bahlmann

Mons. Sebastião Bandeira Coêlho

Mons. Fernando Barbosa dos Santos

Mons. Vilsom Basso,

Mons. Pedro Brito Guimarães

Mons. Derek John Christopher Byrne

Mons. Rubival Cabral Britto

Mons. Edmilson Tadeu Canavarros dos Santos

Mons. Evaldo Carvalho dos Santos

Mons. José María Chaves dos Reis

Mons. Vital Chitolina

Mons. Adriano Ciocca Vasino

Mons. Jesús María Cizaurre Berdonces

Mons. Pedro José Conti

Mons. Vital Corbellini

Mons. José Belisário da Silva

Mons. Mário Antônio da Silva

Mons. José Altevir da Silva

Mons. Antônio de Assis Ribeiro

Mons. Philip Dickmans

Mons. Jacy Diniz Rocha

Mons. Giuliano Frigeni

Mons. Flavio Giovenale

Mons. Juventino Kestering

Mons. Canísio Klaus

Mons. Jan Kot

Mons. Romualdo Matias Kujawski

Mons. Sebastião Lima Duarte

Mons. Francisco Lima Soares

Mons. José Ionilton Lisboa de Oliveira

Mons. Protógenes José Luft

Mons. Armando Martín Gutiérrez

Mons. Teodoro Mendes Tavares

Mons. Meinrad Franz Josef Merkel

Mons. João Muniz Alves

Mons. Roque Paloschi

Mons. Zenildo Luiz Pereira da Silva

Mons. Giovane Pereira de Melo

Mons. Joaquín Pertíñez Fernández

Mons. Marian Marek Piątek

Mons. Elio Rama

Mons. Irineu Roman

Mons. Santiago Sánchez Sebastián

Mons. Wilmar Santin

Mons. José Valdeci Santos Mendes

Mons. Evaristo Pascoal Spengler

Mons. Edson Tasquetto Damian

Mons. Alberto Taveira Corrêa

Mons. Neri José Tondello

Mons. Carlo Verzeletti

Mons. Dominique Marie Jean Denis You

Mons. Adolfo Zon Pereira

Mons. Óscar Urbina Ortega

Mons. Edgar Aristizábal Quintero

Mons. Nelson Jair Cardona Ramírez

Mons. Joselito Carreño Quiñónez

Mons. Raúl Alfonso Carrillo Martínez

Mons. Francisco Antonio Ceballos Escobar

Mons. José Figueroa Gómez

Mons. Medardo de Jesús Henao del Río

Mons. Luis Albeiro Maldonado Monsalve

Mons. Omar de Jesús Mejía Giraldo

Mons. Francisco Javier Múnera Correa

Mons. Joaquín Humberto Pinzón Güiza

Mons. Héctor Javier Pizarro Acevedo

Mons. José de Jesús Quintero Díaz

Mons. Eugenio Arellano Fernández

Mons. Rafael Cob García

Mons. Walter Jeová Heras Segarra

Mons. José Adalberto Jiménez Mendoza

Mons. Celmo Lazzari

Mons. Néstor Vidal Montesdeoca Becerra

Mons. Adelio Pasqualotto

Mons. Héctor Miguel Cabrejos Vidarte

Mons. Emiliano Antonio Cisneros Martínez

Mons. Rafael Alfonso Escudero López-Brea

Mons. Neri Menor Vargas

Mons. Miguel Olaortúa Laspra

Mons. Juan Bautista Tomás Oliver Climent

Mons. Augusto Martín Quijano Rodríguez

Mons. José Javier Travieso Martín

Mons. Gilberto Alfredo Vizcarra Mori

Mons. Anton Žerdín

Mons. José Luis Azuaje Ayala

Mons. Felipe González González

Mons. Pablo Modesto González Pérez

Mons. Ulises Antonio Gutiérrez Reyes

Mons. Jonny Eduardo Reyes Sequera

Mons. Ernesto José Romero Rivas

Mons. Helizandro Emiro Terán Bermúdez

Mons. Salvatore Fisichella

Mons. Fridolin Ambongo Besungu

Mons. Jean-Claude Hollerich

Mons. Marcel Madila Basanguka

Mons. Filippo Santoro

Mons. Vincenzo Paglia

Mons. Marcello Semeraro

Mons. Lionel Gendron

Mons. Ambrogio Spreafico

Mons. Robert Walter McElroy

Mons. Ángel José Macín

Mons. Domenico Pompili

Mons. Jesús Esteban Sádaba Pérez

Mons. Carlos Bürgler

Mons. Gaetano Galbusera

Mons. Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo

Mons. Marco Mellino

Mons. José Ángel Divassón Cilveti

Mons. Edmundo Ponciano Valenzuela Mellid

Mons. Óscar Vicente Ojea Quintana

Mons. Paul Richard Gallagher

Mons. Erwin Kräutler

Mons. Fabio Fabene

Priests:

P. Sebastián Robledo

P. Giacomo Costa

Mons. José Celestino dos Santos

P. Odirley Maia

P. José María Bolívar Monroy

P. Antonino Spadaro

P. Mauricio García Durán

P. Martín Lasarte Topolanski

P. Rossano Sala

P. Claudio Siquihua Pérez

P. Saul Ruiz Alvarez

P. Dario Bossi

P. Valmir Ramos

P. Roberto Carrasco

P. Celestino Ceretta

P. José Amarildo Luciano da Silva

P. Alfredo Ferro Medina

P. Sidney Dornelas

P. Rosario Cimino

P. Raimundo Aristides da Silva

P. Jesús María Aristín Seco

P. Miguel Angel González Antolín

P. Roberto Jaramillo

P. Gilberto Orsolin

P. José Boeing

P. Adelson Araújo dos Santos

P. Giovanni Bottasso

P. Agenor Brighenti

P. Giuseppe Buffon

P. Víctor Codina

P. Bernardo Estrada

P. Carlos María Galli

P. Paolo Garuti

P. José María Hernández Martinez

P. Peter Hughes

P. Mauricio Jardim

P. Eleazar López Hernández

P. Roberto Malvezzi

P. Fernando Héctor Roca Alcázar

P. Manuel Jesús Romero Blanco

P. Justino Sarmento Rezende

P. Paulo Suess

P. Humberto Miguel Yáñez

P. Augusto Zampini

P. Carlos Azcona

P. Guilhermo Antonio Cardona Grisales

P. Corrado Dalmonego

P.Zenildo Lima da Silva

P. Luis Ferney López Jiménez

P. Joao Gutemberg Mariano Coelho Sampaio

P. Rigobert Minani

P. Giovanni Mometti

P. Raimundo Vanthuy Neto

Mons. P. Etienne Brocard

Mons. P. Daniel Emilio Estivill

P. Ambrogio Ivan Samus

P. Raffaele Lanzilli

P. Pasquale Bua

P. Justo Ariel Beramendi Orellana

P. Pablo Mora

P. Manuel Jesús Arroba Conde

P. Giuseppe Bonfrate

P. Maurizio Gronchi

Mons. Michele Giulio Masciarelli

P. Matthew Baldwin

Mons. Zvonimir Seršić

P. Leandro dos Santos Pereira

P. Micael Carlos Andrejzwski

P. Robert Lundy Antonio

P. Samuel Alexis Arias Meza

P. Emmanuel Enrico Ayo

P. Alexandre Boratti Favretto

P. Erik Burckel

P. Antonio Cavero Sanchís

P. Alfredo José Colfer Cornejo

P. Elizeu Conceição

P. Horacio Day

P. Antonio Donadio

P. Jose Raymundo dos Santos

P. Márcio Fernando França

P. Sebastião Junior Ferreira Braga

P. Jorge Orlando Gauna

P. Juan Diego Giraldo

P. Antonio González

P. Pedro Ezequiel González Caraballo

P. Carlos Fernando Hernández-Sanchez

P. José Luis Iñiguez

P. Luis Emilio Jiménez Chanci

P. Miroslaw Juchno

P. Thomas Kallikat

P. Sérgio Pinho Leal

P. Dario Ruà

P. Bernardo Siller Adame

P. Ernesto Simroth Cuevas

P. Carlos Marcelo Singh Mesconi

P. Luiz Albertus Sleutjes

P. Carlos Enrique Zarate Real

P. Miguel Heinz

Mons. Raimundo Possidonio Carrera da Mata

 

The main initiator of the apostate Synod, Francis Bergoglio, a heretic, apostate and pseudo Pope, is under a multiple anathema. No one is bound by obedience to him.

 

All of the above-named are excluded from the Mystical Body of Christ – the Church. Unless they repent, they will be eternally condemned as traitors of Christ and Judases.

 

+ Elijah
Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate
 
+ Methodius OSBMr                  + Timothy OSBMr
Secretary Bishops
 
29 September 2019

 

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