Is Pope Francis Laying The Groundwork For A One World Religion?

by Michael

Is Pope Francis Laying The Groundwork For A One World Religion? - Photo by Fczarnowski

Does Pope Francis intend to help the global elite achieve their goal of uniting all of the religions of the world under a single banner?  Will he be instrumental in establishing a single global religion for the glorious “new age” that the global elite believe is coming?  After he was elected, the cover of Time Magazine declared Pope Francis to be the “New World Pope“, and since his election Pope Francis has made it abundantly clear that he is going to make ecumenical outreach a top priority.  He has spoken of his “determination to continue on the path of ecumenical dialogue“, and he has already held a number of very high profile ecumenical meetings.  Not only has he worked hard to reach out to leaders from various Christian traditions, he has also made it a point to try to acknowledge the mutual bonds that he feels with all other religions.  For example, in one recent address he made it a point to say that he believes that Muslims worship and pray to the “one God” that he also worships.  This “all roads lead to the same God” philosophy is a hallmark of the one world religion that the global elite have been slowly building toward for decades.  The global elite know that even with a one world economy and a one world government, humanity will never be truly united until there is a single global religion.  Unfortunately, this one world religion that they are seeking to establish is diametrically opposed to the Christianity that we find in the Bible.  By throwing out Biblical truth for the sake of “friendship between men and women of different religious traditions“, is Pope Francis fundamentally betraying the faith that he claims to represent?

If there is going to be a one world religion, there will have to be a bond formed between Roman Catholicism and Islam.  They are the two largest religious traditions on the planet, and so any truly “global religion” would definitely require the participation of both of them.

That is one reason why what Pope Francis has already had to say about Islam is so noteworthy.  The following comes from remarks that he made during his very first ecumenical meeting

I then greet and cordially thank you all, dear friends belonging to other religious traditions; first of all the Muslims, who worship the one God, living and merciful, and call upon Him in prayer, and all of you. I really appreciate your presence: in it I see a tangible sign of the will to grow in mutual esteem and cooperation for the common good of humanity.

The Catholic Church is aware of the importance of promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – I wish to repeat this: promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – it also attests the valuable work that the Pontifical Council for interreligious dialogue performs.

But are “Allah” and the God of the Bible the same thing?

Of course not.  For example, Christians believe that Jesus Christ is God.  Muslims deny this vehemently.  For much more on why “Allah” and the God of the Bible are not the same, please see this article.

So either Pope Francis is denying the divinity of Jesus Christ, or he is exhibiting a frightening ignorance of basic Christian theology, or there is some other agenda at work here.

During that same ecumenical meeting, Pope Francis also made it a point to state that he feels “close” to those that belong “to any religious tradition”…

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In this, we feel close even to all those men and women who, whilst not recognizing themselves belonging to any religious tradition, feel themselves nevertheless to be in search of truth, goodness and beauty, this truth, goodness and beauty of God, and who are our precious allies in efforts to defend the dignity of man, in building a peaceful coexistence among peoples and in guarding Creation carefully.

It is one thing to love people and to seek to build friendships with them, but it is another thing entirely to throw out the most basic beliefs of the faith that you supposedly represent in order to promote a specific agenda.

And Pope Francis definitely appears to have an agenda.  On another occasion, Pope Francis declared that it was time “to intensify dialogue” with other religions, and that he was “thinking particularly of dialogue with Islam.”

But this affinity for Islam did not just begin recently.  The truth is that Pope Francis was working hard to build bridges with Islam even when he was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires

“His humility drew my attention,” Sheik Mohsen Ali, an important Islamic leader in Argentina, told the Buenos Aires Herald. He “always showed himself a friend of the Islamic community.”

And Pope Francis has a reputation for being a cleric that really “knows Islam“…

Sumer Noufouri, secretary-general of the Islamic Center of the Republic of Argentina, told the Buenos Aires Herald that the new pope is a “respectful, pro-dialogue person who knows Islam.”

But of course Pope Francis is not just reaching out to the Islamic world.

He has also been working hard to “intensify dialogue” with other Christian traditions.

In particular, he seems quite interested in improving relations with the Orthodox churches of the east…

Before his address, the pope had a private meeting withEcumenical Patriarch Bartholomew from Istanbul, who attended Francis’s inaugural Mass on Tuesday.

It was the first time the spiritual head of Orthodox Christians had attended a Roman pope’s inaugural Mass since the Great Schism between western and eastern Christianity in 1054.

At Wednesday’s meeting, Francis called Bartholomew “my brother Andrew,” a reference to the apostle who was the brother of St. Peter and was the first bishop of the Church of Byzantium.

Francis also held a private session with Metropolitan Hilarion, the foreign minister of the Russian Orthodox Church, the largest in the Orthodox world.

It won’t happen tomorrow, of course, but could Pope Francis be the Pope that brings the Roman Catholics and the Orthodox back together?

And of course a one world religion will not appear overnight either.  There are far too many differences to overcome right now.

But as the world becomes increasingly unstable, people are going to be looking for answers.  After the world is ravaged by economic collapse, food shortages, nightmarish pandemics, unprecedented natural disasters and horrifying wars, will it finally be ready for a one world religion that promises “peace and friendship” among all of the religions of the globe?

This is something to watch for in the years ahead.  The global elite desperately want a single global religion, and they will keep moving things in that direction.

For now, Pope Francis just seems to be laying the groundwork for the one world religion that is coming.  There is a 900-year-old prophecy that indicates that Pope Francis could be the last Pope.  If that prophecy is true, then it will be very important to watch the actions of this Pope very carefully.

So what do you think about all of this?

Please feel free to post a comment with your opinion below…

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14 Responses

  1. CarolSue says:

    The papacy has already changed the day of worship from Sabbath to Sunday, they will soon be calling for an enforcement with Sunday laws and the govts will back it.

  2. Andreas says:

    No. The Orthodox will not take back the Roman Catholics until they renounce several of their heresies..Filouque, Papal Primacy…
    We will continue guarding the Tradition and Faith handed down from the Apostles.

  3. usor says:

    Just look at them – popes, bishops and priests. Their houses and church buildings. Living like millionaire ponces. Give what you do not need to the poor.

  4. XYZ says:


  5. The one world religion will be Satanism, in some form. I won’t submit.

  6. pauljackson says:

    it seems to me that islam is being pushed as the one world religion people are becoming aware of the paedophiles within the cathlic church and are also finding out that islam had nothing to do with 911

  7. Greg Burton says:

    To say “al Qaeda” does not exist is not a true statement. To say “al Qaeda” doesn’t exist as far the threat that brought about 9/11 is true. Al Qaeda certainly did not plan or participate in the 9/11 attacks; although it would appear Arab men were duped into participating in 9/11 related activities (Atta), Arab identities were stolen to make it look like there were “Arabs” involved in 9/11. However, “al Qaeda” and its variants do really exists as a secret groups of armed thugs working at the behest of US, UK (City of London), and Israeli; to be used to infiltrate, undermine, terrorize sovereign nations that are targeted for overthrow; while providing a convenient whipping boy for police state laws (Hegelian Dialect).

    These private “Arab” armies. i.e. al Qaeda, the Wahhabis, the Salafists, the Muslim Brotherhood all are heretical Islamic miscreations, unsuspecting Muslims taught a heretical version of Islam in Muslim schools (Madrassah) in places like Saudi Arabia, the Benghazi peninsula of Libya, and the Maghreb regions of desert north Africa. It is important to know that these “databases” of secret armies are connected to the secret societies that helped spawn them: Freemasonry, Skull & Bones, Grand Orient Lodge, Grand Alpina Lodge, Knights Templar, Royal Order of the Garter, Priory de Sion, the Rosicrucians, the Palladium Rite.

    These Secret society teachings originally derived from the Ismailis, a biblical sect originating in the Jewish diaspora, who perfected the method of corrupting an opponent internally, perfected a method of indoctrination that would be employed by the Illuminati throughout the subsequent centuries (torture/drugs). Though they professed outwardly to represent Islam, the Ismailis (Dönme) (Marranos) leaders were committed to Islam’s (all religions) destruction (Hegelian Dialect); and place their true religion (Luciferism) as the undisputed religious theology. It is important to realize that these secret armies do not have to be “Muslim”. These heretical variants can be applied to any religious philosophy and used to undermine civil society. I believe that such heretical variants have already been used, and are being readied to undermine and destroy the United States from within. To destroy its rule of law, the constitution, and subordinate it to a miscreant global oligarchy.

    As far as the Wahhabis are concerned, they were concocted as a counter-weight against the Ottoman Empire, the last true caliphate (Lawrence of Arabia); and its variants have been used in recent history to undermine the Soviets in Afghanistan, break up the former sovereign nation of Yugoslavia (Balkanization), used in the Bekaa Valley Lebanon, used against our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, and in Libya, Syria, and the Caucuses against the current Russian government. Their trademarks terrorist acts include suicide bombings, mass killings, decapitation, and crucifixion. Ultimately, these unsuspecting “Muslims” are being used as tools for western oligarchic interests to destroy nations states, to loot the public’s institutions, to control the public’s media, armies, police, banking; and are a primary moving forces behind the drug cartels.

    Are far as 9/11 is concerned, “al Qaeda” does not exist, but is still being used as a tool to bankrupt and subordinate nations, including the United States, to a fascist oligarchic NWO; and is used as a secret army for creating the global police state run by the drug and banking cartels centered around the City of London and Israel. Al Qaeda does exists, and is a threat to every man, women and child on the planet.

  8. here is no God says:

    For the first time, humanity can be one, no divisions.

    What divides all the religions?

    Just small details, meaningless details, about their idea of God.

    But if there is no God, all those differences disappear.

    Then man can come closer to man, become more intimate with other human beings, and we can create humanity not in somebody else’s image.


  9. bfast says:

    The pope has stated no new position regarding Islam. My copy of the Catholic catechism states the same. That said, the Catholic church’s position in this matter is also correct. Mohammed recognized the God of Abraham, Moses and Jesus (though he rejects the deity of Jesus.) as the God to follow.

    Do Muslims follow their God correctly? No. Correctly following God must begin by recognizing who Jesus is. However, if we take less of a black and white line with Muslims, we stand a far better chance of communicating the truth with them.

  10. Wulfrano Ruiz Sainz says:

    This bastard is no fool. He is an agent of Satan.

  11. Hadi says:

    The god of Islam and Christianity are the same. This is what is said in the Quoran. The god of Christianity and Judism are the same too, eventhough Jews also do not believe that Jesus was god. (God is not a man, so he does not lie. He is not human, so he does not change his
    mind. Numbers 23:19)

    In reality, Jesus always denied that he is god. People should read the bible properly, and the will find Jesus saying: “I can do nothing on my own. I judge as God tells me.” (John 5:30)

  12. Abby says:

    What does the Bible say?

    The Bible teaches that these apostate Christian leaders are eventually
    going to succeed, at least temporarily. Their triumph will occur when
    the Antichrist forms his one world religion (Revelation 13:12).


  13. Mike Paterson says:

    The Reformation made the enormous mistake of subordinating faith to belief. The result has been fragmentation into, what, 30,000+ Protestant denominations. Faith is a necessary personal journey that moves from insight to insight, experience to experience… it grows and shifts, matures and develops. Belief locks faith’s wheels. Insistence on literal belief is simplistic spiritual totalitarianism, and it precludes faith.

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