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More Catholic School Teachers to the ADL Guilt Chambers

July 7, 2012

U.S. Catholic School Educators Will Visit Holy Land on ADL Mission to Israel

New York, NY, July 6, 2012 … A group of Catholic school educators from 10 states across the country will be traveling to the Holy Land on an Anti-Defamation League (ADL) mission that aims to provide an advance course of study on anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations.

The 19 participants in the nationally acclaimed ADL Bearing Witness Advanced™ program will be traveling in Israel July 11-18, where they will visit Christian and Jewish holy sites and meet with Holocaust survivors, members of the Israeli government, Arab Israelis, Israeli journalists, Catholic dignitaries, Jewish community leaders, interfaith experts and scholars [but no Palestinian Christians].

The educators represent middle and high schools in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Illinois and California.

“This mission is essential to helping Catholic educators gain a deeper understanding of the historic relationship between the Catholic and Jewish communities and develop the tools needed to teach about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and modern-day Israel,” said David Waren, ADL Director of Education. “Now in its 8th year, the ADL Bearing Witness Advanced program continues to give Catholic educators the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of the Jewish state and enhance their appreciation of the country and its history. The educators are then able to bring these experiences and lessons home to their students, fellow educators and communities” …

Full artice:

http://www.adl.org/PresRele/ChJew_31/6344_31.htm

Also see:

Rabbis Preach Guilt in Catholic Schools

Catholic School Teachers Programmed to “Bear Witness” to Holocaustolatry

ADL Expands ‘Holocaust’ ‘Education’ Workshop

Pope Appoints ‘Holocaust’ Guilt Booster to Council Overseeing Catholic Education

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Pharisaic ‘Christmas’

December 19, 2011
Pictured is Bishop Oscar Cantu, of the Opus Pharisaei line of succession [he was consecrated by Opus ‘Dei’ Bishop José Horacio Gómez who we documented also lighting a menorah with Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg HERE]. Rabbi Scheinberg expects this kind of slavish ‘Noahidism’ from his ‘Christian’ subordinates. Rabbi Scheinberg is ‘Noahide’ fanatic, John Hagee’s handler.

We recently looked at the Pharisaic musings of the Opus ‘Dei’ prelate, Msgr. Fernando Ocáriz, who SSPX Superior Bp. Fellay’s representatives have been ‘dialoging’ with for the past two years on the Vatican II documents HERE. In a news article published on the SSPX website it is reported that the rabbi-concocted Vatican II document, Nostra Aetate, was not even on the table in the two years of this ‘dialogue.’

Bp. Fellay seems to favor a ‘personal prelature,’ the kind of arrangement Opus ‘Dei’ has.

Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg (center, with beard) and Bishop Oscar Cantu (left) light a menorah Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 at the San Fernando Hall during a Catholic and Jewish celibration of Hanukkah.

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/religion/article/Catholics-Jews-bond-over-Hanukkah-lighting-2406054.php

From the San Fernando Cathedral bulletin:

SAN FERNANDO CATHEDRAL SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS JUNE 13, 2010

“Everyone is welcome to attend the Mass on Saturday, June 26 at 10:00 am, honoring St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei.”

The Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Oscar Cantú and concelebrated by Very Rev. Eduardo Castillo.

Following a profound spiritual retreat, Fr. Josemaría Escrivá founded Opus Dei in Madrid on 2 October 1928, opening a new way for the faithful to sanctify themselves in the midst of the world through their work and fulfillment of their personal, family and social duties. Fr. Josemaría Es- crivá de Balaguer helped numerous people discern vocations to the priesthood and religious life, both active and contemplative. In 1943, he founded the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, an association inseparably united to Opus Dei, to which belong thousands of diocesan priests around the world.

Pope John Paul II proclaimed Josemaría Escrivá a saint on October 6, 2002. He told those present at the canonization, “ the founder of Opus Dei, Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, was chosen by the Lord to proclaim the universal call to holiness and to indicate that everyday life, its customary activities, are a path towards holiness. … in the case of Opus Dei, to spread through every sector of society a deep awareness of the universal call to sanctity and apostolate, and more specifically of the sanctifying value of ordinary work.”

Judaic Activists Set Sail for the Cause of Tribal Universalism?

June 17, 2010

From Mondoweiss:

Transatlantic Jewish coalition set to break the siege of Gaza

Within days after the attack on the Mavi Marmara, European activists announced a Jewish Boat to sail in July from an undisclosed location in the Mediterranean, attempting to break the siege imposed by Israel in 2006. The boat is sponsored by a coalition of international Jewish organizations dedicated to peace with justice in Israel/Palestine, including the ”Jüdische Stimme” (‘Jewish Voice’ for a Just Peace in the Near East), along with European Jews for a Just Peace in the Near East (EJJP) and Jews for Justice For Palestinians (UK). American Jews for a Just Peace (AJJP) will serve as the U.S. Coordinator, creating a transatlantic partnership. The small boat’s cargo will include school books, medicines and medical equipment.

Why a Jewish boat? Lots of reasons. The universal values contained in the ethical tradition of Judaism don’t include ‘Do unto others as was done unto us.’ For Jews to publicly confront the Israeli government’s policies of occupation, apartheid, and siege on a world stage highlights the political nature of the conflict and discredits those who insist on framing it strictly in ethnic and/or religious terms. I like best the answer from Glyn Secker, the Jewish Boat’s captain, a British Jew, and longtime activist with Jews for Justice for Palestinians in the UK: “As Jews we should stand as a beacon for human rights, not as an internationally known perpetrator of atrocities.”

This press release reveals a profound disconnect on many levels. There are no universal values in the two-tiered ethical traditions of Orthodox Judaism. More recent attempts at reform Judaism (which hardly constitute “the ethical* tradition of Judaism”) are muddled at best in their concept of “Jewish universalism.” Leave the work of reconciling tribalism with universalism to wand-waving alchemists, I say. This is crazy talk.

To the degree that this boat represents human individuals who truly thirst for justice for all people, it is good. To the degree that it represents a P.R. response to the shonda of the Mavi Marmara massacre for the rehabilitation of Orthodox Judaism, which is the basis for Zionist brutality, it’s an ouroboros delusion.

The lie that Catholicism (which is, in fact, universalism: katholikos; katholou — throughout the whole, i.e., universal) “paved the road to Auschwitz” has been sustained for 60 years. It’s long past due for Judaism (tribe of Judah-ism) to undergo equal scrutiny as Christianity and Islam. It’s time that we freely examine how the canonized teaching of Orthodox Judaism “even the best of the Gentiles should be killed” and others of that sentiment have paved the road to “‘Jewish’ State” massacres in Palestine, Lebanon and in international waters. Let there be scrutiny of Judaism equal to that of Christianity and Islam. Apply standards universally, or stand guilty of tribal particularism.

* U.S. founding father, Thomas Jefferson, regarded the ethics of Judaism as degraded as have many other great thinkers who’ve studied the matter in depth.

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

April 27, 2010

When is the last time you heard a modern prelate mention the term, heresy, in its proper context, in relation to the perennial teachings of the Church?

In a recent ceremony commemorating Pope Benedict’s visit to a synagogue during his U.S. visit in 2008, Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York spoke on the importance of Catholic-Jewish relations, stressing that the two must focus on their commonality and work together to preserve the “memory” of the faith.

Archbishop Dolan gave his remarks at the unveiling of a commemorative plaque at Park East Synagogue in New York City on April 22 …

“Both of our traditions reverence memory,” he asserted. “’To forget’ is disastrous, dangerous, and heretical. We both worry about an amnesia that seems a part of today’s existence, to live only for the now, unconscious of our roots, our foundations.”

“It is my hope that in the many years God may give me as Archbishop of New York, our Catholic-Jewish dialogue may be marked by a practice of ‘memory’ which never fails to hold us mutually accountable to the honesty and transparency demanded by the tragedy of the Holocaust, but also to a ‘mutuality’ of concern for each other which places our friendship first, and our grievances second. Our dialogue must never be reduced to one of exchanged grievances.” (“Archbishop Dolan: Catholics and Jews must work to preserve ‘memory’ of faith,” Catholic News Agency, Apr 27, 2010)

In fact, “our dialogue” is an arrangement in which one side “remembers” and expresses its grievances for which it offers no forgiveness while the other makes unending concessions from which even core beliefs are not spared. This is not dialogue and it’s not friendship. It’s enslavement.

Will traditionalists stand against the enslaving modernist dogma of Holocaustolatry which has been enshrined in the Catholic Church?

"Notre Dame is Not a Synagogue"

March 23, 2010

See:

French Traditional Catholics protest against rabbi in Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris

Also see:

Cardinal Vingt-Trois: “Being a Catholic is Radically Incompatible With Denying the Holocaust”

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard: Patron of Holocaustolatry

Bishops, Rabbis “Dialogue” at Yeshiva University Again

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein on Traditional Catholicism

July 4, 2009

“There still is resistance to the new teachings in some traditional Catholic circles, still much work to be done to erase old ideas.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, “The Catholic Church and the Jews,” Cross-Currents, July 3, 2009)

http://www.cross-currents.com/archives/2009/07/03/the-catholic-church-and-the-jews/

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein is director of Interfaith Affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center of Holocaustolatry* [see footnote]. He holds a chair at Loyola Law School where he teaches Talmudic Law and Ethics, no-doubt, the Noahide version, with emphasis on ‘Holocaust’ guilt.

In late January 2009, Rabbi Adlerstein, appealing to Zionist propaganda, attempted to associate the SSPX and the medieval Catholic Church with terrorism writing: “the entire network of the Society of Saint Pius X are vocal enthusiasts of a medieval religious anti-Semitism that gives the Islamist imams in Pakistan some serious competition.”

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4441467&ct=6711177

Those who think outside of the Zionist television box will know that Rabbi Adlerstein’s smear is in reality quite weak. There is no competition for the ‘holy’ racist terrorism of counterfeit Israel which was taking place at the very time that Adlerstein penned his anti-Catholic terrorism-association smear. See:

Israelis told to fight ‘holy war’ in Gaza

It seems that hypocrisy, double standards, obfuscation and projection are defining traits of Rabbi Adlerstein, which is no surprise as these are defining traits of his religion, Orthodox Judaism.

Such shame that Rabbi Adlerstein and the Wiesenthal center of Holocaustolatry were successful in coercing the ‘cleansing’ of SSPX websites and bookstores and pressuring ‘cleasing’ of the traditional liturgy of the Church even as the rabbi admits the anti-Christian anti-humanity contents of his Talmud and rouses ‘Jews’ not to cleanse these hateful texts and traditions, but to defend them. See:

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein Rouses Talmud Apologists

If only there were some Catholics who would defend the truth as strongly as Rabbi Adlerstein defends his lies.

Footnote: The ‘Holocaust’-centered idolatry of the Wiesenthal Center is plain in the quote from its founder: “When each of us comes before the Six Million, we will be asked what we did with our lives.” (Simon Wiesenthal as quoted in Wiesenthal Center magazine, Response, Vol. 20, No. 1) Needless to say, it’s not ‘the six million’ that Wiesenthal and his comrades must face in judgment. What kind of Catholic would not correct this pitiful delusion, but instead make changes to Catholic liturgy and teaching to accommodate those who propagate it?

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein on Traditional Catholicism

July 4, 2009

“There still is resistance to the new teachings in some traditional Catholic circles, still much work to be done to erase old ideas.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, “The Catholic Church and the Jews,” Cross-Currents, July 3, 2009)

http://www.cross-currents.com/archives/2009/07/03/the-catholic-church-and-the-jews/

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein is director of Interfaith Affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center of Holocaustolatry* [see footnote]. He holds a chair at Loyola Law School where he teaches Talmudic Law and Ethics, no-doubt, the Noahide version, with emphasis on ‘Holocaust’ guilt.

In late January 2009, Rabbi Adlerstein, appealing to Zionist propaganda, attempted to associate the SSPX and the medieval Catholic Church with terrorism writing: “the entire network of the Society of Saint Pius X are vocal enthusiasts of a medieval religious anti-Semitism that gives the Islamist imams in Pakistan some serious competition.”

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4441467&ct=6711177

Those who think outside of the Zionist television box will know that Rabbi Adlerstein’s smear is in reality quite weak. There is no competition for the ‘holy’ racist terrorism of counterfeit Israel which was taking place at the very time that Adlerstein penned his anti-Catholic terrorism-association smear. See:

Israelis told to fight ‘holy war’ in Gaza

It seems that hypocrisy, double standards, obfuscation and projection are defining traits of Rabbi Adlerstein, which is no surprise as these are defining traits of his religion, Orthodox Judaism.

Such shame that Rabbi Adlerstein and the Wiesenthal center of Holocaustolatry were successful in coercing the ‘cleansing’ of SSPX websites and bookstores and pressuring ‘cleasing’ of the traditional liturgy of the Church even as the rabbi admits the anti-Christian anti-humanity contents of his Talmud and rouses ‘Jews’ not to cleanse these hateful texts and traditions, but to defend them. See:

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein Rouses Talmud Apologists

If only there were some Catholics who would defend the truth as strongly as Rabbi Adlerstein defends his lies.

Footnote: The ‘Holocaust’-centered idolatry of the Wiesenthal Center is plain in the quote from its founder: “When each of us comes before the Six Million, we will be asked what we did with our lives.” (Simon Wiesenthal as quoted in Wiesenthal Center magazine, Response, Vol. 20, No. 1) Needless to say, it’s not ‘the six million’ that Wiesenthal and his comrades must face in judgment. What kind of Catholic would not correct this pitiful delusion, but instead make changes to Catholic liturgy and teaching to accommodate those who propagate it?

"The Holocaust: A Teaching Guide for Catholic Schools"

April 1, 2009

http://maura.setonhill.edu/~holocst/TGCS.pdf

"The Holocaust: A Teaching Guide for Catholic Schools"

April 1, 2009

http://maura.setonhill.edu/~holocst/TGCS.pdf

Noahide Initiation for Catholic Kids

April 22, 2008

Catholic schools send their students to the wolves.

Interfaith Seder demystifies Judaism’s link to Christianity

04/15/2008

Passover may be a Jewish observance, but about 60 Catholic high school students broke unleavened bread Tuesday night at an interfaith Seder that explored Christianity’s connection to the Judaic tradition.

The goal was to “demystify” Judaism by linking it to the Last Supper of Jesus, which many scholars believe was itself a Passover celebration.

“Christians should understand just how Jewish Jesus was,” said Rabbi Isaac Jeret of Congregation Ner Tamid in Rancho Palos Verdes, where the Seder was held. “That is extremely important, because it’s hard to find any hate in your heart for the people for whom the son of God is a part.”

The interfaith Seder had a traditional service, complete with bitter herbs, lamb shanks and reading of the Haggadah, the prayer book for Passover.

This is the second year the synagogue has invited the students, who attend St. John Fisher, Mary Star of the Sea and St. Margaret Mary schools in the South Bay and Harbor Area …

“It’s important to remember that we are connected in so many ways,” said Bob Rothman, the event organizer and a member of Congregation Ner Tamid.

The Seder is one of many events the synagogue has held in conjunction with Christian churches over the years, the rabbi said.

“We’ve seen an incredible opening of dialogue and understanding between the Christian community and the Jewish community over the last 40 to 45 years,” he said.

“I think this event is very important to help younger generations bridge that gap, really to institutionalize understanding of other faiths to younger generations.”

http://www.dailybreeze.com/ci_8939717