Archive for August, 2010

Shimon Peres, Pope Continue 17 Year Dialogue on Church Properties

August 31, 2010

Note the patience and care that goes into Vatican-‘Israel’ dialogue regarding Church properties in contrast to the ‘dialogue’ by which Church teaching is circumvented and overthrown.

AsiaNews (Tel Aviv) – On Thursday, the President of the State of Israel, will be received in Audience at Castelgandolfo by Pope Benedict XVI. In preparation for this appointment, the octogenarian Head of State told an interviewer on the First Channel of Italy’s public television (RAI): “The relations between the Vatican and the Jewish State are the best since the times of Jesus Christ, and have never been so good in two thousand years of history.” He added too: “The reigning Pontiff wishes to have a sincere dialogue with us, as we wish to have with the Vatican” …

There is then still some way to go in order for the “dialogue” mentioned by President Peres to achieve its purposes completely. However, the forward-looking optimism of the President of Israel is promising, and in fact it seems that both Parties are working towards that goal and are making steady progress.

… Father David-Maria A. Jaeger, an expert on Church-State relations in Israel, tells AsiaNews: “Especially in the last few years, it appears that the negotiations, which in effect constitute this ‘dialogue’ – to which President Peres refers – between the Holy See and the State of Israel, are being pursued by both Parties with great seriousness and commitment, as is evident from the ‘Joint Communiqués’ released from time to time by the Bilateral Commission. Though without ignoring the problems in various sectors of the day-to-day relations between the Church and the State, optimism is obligatory, and such optimism in itself has a decidedly beneficial influence.” He adds too: “In the end, obstinate optimism endows the experience of daily life with an eschatological horizon.”

Also see:

Israeli Terrorist, Shimon Peres Surprise Keynote Speaker at ‘Congress of World Religions’

Will Benedict’s “Pilgrimage” Boost “Israel’s” Image or Destroy His Own?

USCCB States Principles for “Dialogue” Fraud

‘Truth’ Synthesized Dialogically

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

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From "’Holocaust’ Denial" to Holocaustolatry

August 27, 2010

A reader kindly forwarded this:

“American Muslim Leaders” worship at the Dachau idol, August 2010

From The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law website:

The unusual visit to the Dachau and Auschwitz concentration camps by a delegation of eight American Muslim leaders at the behest of Catholic University law school professor Marshall Breger has gathered a great deal of media interest so far.

The excursion, which ran from Aug. 8–Aug. 10, was intended to teach the group more about the Holocaust and by extension, to confront what Breger calls “growing Holocaust denial in the Muslim world.”
The Jewish Daily Forward accompanied the visitors. Its subsequent story and photographs stirred up interest up by other leading media outlets and blogs, including:

Fox News, Aug. 16
Israel Matzav, Aug. 18
JBlog Central, Aug. 18

The trip was co-sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, a German think tank, and the Center for Interreligious Understanding, a New Jersey-based interfaith dialogue group.
Former Holocaust denier Yasir Qadhi, the dean of academics at Al Maghrib Institute in New Haven, Conn., said the trip was eye-opening.
“Anybody who is a Holocaust denier should deserve a free ticket to see Auschwitz and Birkenau,” he told the Jewish Daily Forward, “because seeing is just not the same as reading about it.”

http://www.law.edu/Fall-2010-Web-Stories-Aug-Sept/Media-Coverage-of-Breger-Auschwitz-Trip.cfm

Also see:

JPII Supplanted Calvary With Auschwitz and Knelt Before It

Benedict at Auschwitz

More on Benedict’s Holocaust Prostration, Repentance

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

"New and Improved" Novus Ordo Mass Retains Most Grievous Abuse

August 26, 2010

The “new and improved” Novus Ordo Mass retains the alien Talmudic benedictions. See page 12 of the following PDF:

http://www.nccbuscc.org/romanmissal/order-of-mass.pdf

The pretense of this “reform” curbing liturgical abuse is a farce.

Also see:

Opus Judei Glosses on the Talmudic Novus Ordo “Offertory”

The Hasbara JPII Angle on the "Ground Zero Mosque"

August 24, 2010

Compare the fantasy:

Pope the Mosque Teacher

By John Batchelor on August 15, 2010

with the reality:

Pope John Paul II receiving orders from Poland Chief Rabbi Menachem Joskowicz, to remove all crosses and relocate a convent away from Auschwitz, June 11, 1999. (AP File Photo / June 11, 1999)

In the past, traditionalists, seemingly unable to face the reality of the Judeo-Catholic relations racket, have dismissed this image as being photoshopped. I assure readers that it is authentic and the details of the incident it captures are documented here:

http://books.google.com/books?id=6HI5Bbn9e8sC&lpg=PA2&ots=o16ir787HJ&dq=chief%20rabbi%20pope%20auschwitz%20finger&pg=PA1&output=embed

The Crosses of Auschwitz, Geneviève Zubrzycki

Cloning ‘Holocaust’ Relics

August 24, 2010
“Alas, in the event it seems that nature is stronger.”

Anne Frank Tree falls

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

08/23/2010

Storm knocks down tree outside famous attic.

The monumental chestnut tree that cheered Anne Frank while she was in hiding from the Nazis was toppled by wind and heavy rain on Monday.

The once mighty tree, now diseased and rotted through the trunk, snapped about 3 feet (1 meter) above ground and crashed across several gardens. It damaged a brick wall and several sheds, but nearby buildings — including the Anne Frank House museum — escaped unscathed. No one was injured, a museum spokeswoman said.

“Someone yelled, ‘It’s falling. The tree is falling,’ and then you heard it go down,” said museum spokeswoman Maatje Mostart. “Luckily no one was hurt.”

A global campaign to save the chestnut, widely known as The Anne Frank Tree, was launched in 2007 after city officials deemed it a safety hazard and ordered it felled. The tree was granted a last-minute reprieve after a battle in court.

The 150-year-old tree suffered from fungus and moths that had caused more than half its trunk to rot.

Two years ago city workmen encased the trunk in a steel support system to prevent it from falling, but that failed under windy weather Monday.

The Netherlands’ Trees Institute, one of the most prominent supporters of the preservation project, said it was “unpleasantly surprised” by the news of the tree’s fall early Monday afternoon.

“On the advice of experts in tree care, it had been calculated that the tree could live several more decades” with the support structure, the institute said in a statement.

“Alas, in the event it seems that nature is stronger.”

The institute said it didn’t know why the support structure had failed.

Many clones of the tree have been taken, including 11 planted at sites around the United States and 150 at a park in Amsterdam. It is not clear whether a new tree will replace the original one on the same spot, since it rests on property belonging to a neighbor.

The Jewish teenager made several references to the tree in the diary that she kept during the 25 months she remained indoors until her family was arrested in August 1944.

“Nearly every morning I go to the attic to blow the stuffy air out of my lungs,” she wrote on Feb. 23, 1944. “From my favorite spot on the floor I look up at the blue sky and the bare chestnut tree, on whose branches little raindrops shine, appearing like silver, and at the seagulls and other birds as they glide on the wind.”

She also wrote: “As long as this exists, … and I may live to see it, this sunshine, the cloudless skies — while this lasts I cannot be unhappy.”

Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945. Her diary was recovered and published after her death. It has become the most widely read document to emerge from the Holocaust.

http://www.jpost.com/JewishWorld/JewishNews/Article.aspx?id=185704

Research Leads: "Noahide" Yeshiva in Milwaukee Operating Under Guise of Catholic Seminary

August 11, 2010

New Catholic-Jewish center will continue scholar’s interfaith work

Key religious leaders kick off unique center for Catholic-Jewish studies at Sacred Heart

Bishop Richard Sklba’s remarks

Rev. Raúl Gomez’s remarks

Also see:

Bishop Dolan Asked Rabbi of Talmud to Intervene For Him in Heaven

NY Archbishop Dolan: “The Holocaust” “Demands” “Memory,” “To Forget is Heretical”

Archbishop Dolan Replaces Cardinal Keeler as USCCB Judas Goat