First anniversary of the Byzantine Catholic PatriarchatePost date: 2012-04-11
First anniversary of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate
The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate was established by seven bishops of the Ukrainian orthodox Greek-Catholic Church on 5 April 2011. This historic step was taken on the eve of the greatest tragedy in the history of the Church throughout 2000 years. On 1 May 2011, Pope Benedict XVI made a gesture of apostasy which opened the Catholic Church to the spirit of antichrist. Denial of God’s Word and of the whole Catholic tradition by establishing unity with paganism and its demons was accepted as the official position of the Church. The Holy Spirit was thus officially expelled. The consequence of apostasy and God’s anathema acc. Gal 1:8-9 is that every Catholic bishop and priest who is in unity with the spirit of Assisi, with the spirit of antichrist, celebrates Divine Liturgy and administers the sacraments invalidly. “There is no unity between Christ and Belial.” (cf. 2Cor 6:15)
The Synod of the Ukrainian orthodox Greek-Catholic Church urged and beseeched the Pope many a time during the months preceding the tragedy not to take that step even at the price of a martyr’s death. The Synod watched with pain the tragic situation, the threat of mass apostasy. After prayers, it took the decision to establish the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate. Seven orthodox Catholic bishops in Zhovkva, Lvov Region, Ukraine, made this historic step. The Patriarchate was subject to Rome for only a few days, i.e. until 1 May 2011 when Rome openly fell away from Christ, the apostles’ doctrine and faith, and two-thousand-year Catholic tradition. The responsibility therefor falls on ex-Pope Benedict XVI.
The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate protects and represents the purity of the Catholic faith, the apostles’ doctrine and orthodox Tradition, which the Church of Christ adhered to throughout 2000 years. It separated from heresies which destroy the essence of the Catholic Church, namely: questioning of the Divinity of Christ and His redemptive death on the cross, questioning of His historical and real Resurrection, and denial of the inspiration of Scripture. The Patriarchate also separated from the spirit of syncretism, the spirit of Assisi, which denies the first commandment in its essence.
A year after our public separation from the apostatical Vatican, apostate Cardinal Levada paradoxically declared an anachronism – our so-called excommunication. It is like as if a dead limb, which was amputated from a healthy body by God’s anathema (Gal 1:8-9), wanted to excommunicate healthy organism which it had previously threatened. In addition, all documents issued by an apostate are without force (see the Bulla of Pope Paul IV “Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio”). Instead of defending the faith and morals, the apostate Prefect defends heresies and covers up for their fruits – paedophilia. The victims of paedophilia have brought an action against him before the International Court in The Hague for crimes against humanity – paedophilia.
We pray to God that He may raise this valley of dead bones, which the Western Catholic Church has turned into, by His Spirit and through the word of prophecy (see Ezek 37).
The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate defends faith and morals. It appeals to the political leaders of Europe to stop autogenocide which is the result of the promotion of homosexual ideology and of the juvenile justice system. The apostate Western hierarchy is hypocritically silent on gender (sodomite) ideology associated with juvenile justice, which is a crime before God and before humanity.
Today, on 5 April 2012, the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate commemorates the first anniversary of its establishment.
We pray God in this historic time not to take the word of prophecy and His Spirit from us. We are aware of an extraordinary time and intensive influence of the spirit of antichrist which destroys all natural, spiritual and Christian values and through the proclamation of heresies causes apostasy resulting in temporal and eternal death.
On this day we beseech God through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin that we may remain faithful to Christ and His Gospel. We pray for perseverance to the end so as not to betray the mission God has entrusted to us.
We bestow a blessing on all our faithful and on all sincere Catholics who desire eternal salvation.
Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate
and Secretary Bishops
Lvov, 5 April 2012
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