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There is a hidden plan behind the ecumenical movement. The Council of Trent anathematizes (blasphemes, curses, condemns) EVERY Christian who disagrees with ANY details of any Catholic doctrine. These anathemas have NEVER been canceled. An anathema means that the Catholic Church has placed someone under their religious curse.
The Council of Trent (1545-1564) was the Roman Catholic Church’s response to the Protestant Reformation. It denounced (condemned) every single doctrine that was planned by the Protestant Reformers. It declared that ANY person who believes even one of these doctrines is anathema (officially and ritually cursed by the Catholic Church).
It also defined Catholic doctrines, detail by detail, and stated that anyone who denies even one of these details is anathema. These include the authority of the Pope, the practice of indulgences, veneration of Mary and the saints, and the use of statues. So, dear one, the Council of Trent anathematizes all Protestants, all TRUE Christians!
According to the 1913 edition of the “Catholic Encyclopedia,” when the Catholic Church anathematizes someone, the Pope formally puts curses on them. There is a solemn written ritual for doing this. The “Catholic Encyclopedia” article describes the ritual in detail, including extensive quotations from it. In pronouncing the anathema, the Pope wears special vestments. He is assisted by twelve priests holding lighted candles. Calling on the name of God, the Pope pronounces a solemn ecclesiastical curse. He ends by pronouncing sentence and declaring that the anathematized person is condemned to Hell with Satan. The priests reply, “Fiat!” (Let it be done!) and throw down their candles.
As we will see, the Catholic Church considers heresy (any disagreement with Catholic doctrine) to be a crime. The Council of Trent, and other Church councils, declare that any person who disagrees with even one of their doctrinal statements is thereby anathematized.
When the Pope pronounces an anathema, he is said to be passing sentence on a criminal. The “Catholic Encyclopedia” says that the anathema ritual is deliberately calculated to terrify the “criminal” and cause him to repent (in other words, to unconditionally submit to the Catholic Church).
Dear one, the word anathema is in the King James Bible only ONCE. 1 Cor.16:22 If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema Maranatha. (KJV) BEWARE!!! Be extra careful of our God’s anathema! Do NOT be concerned about the Catholic’s anathemas! God is in control . . . NOT ROME!!! http://www.godcannotlie.org/1_cor_ch16.htm
For those whose crime is heresy against the Catholic rules, repentance means renouncing everything that they have said or done that goes against Catholic doctrine. In other words, they have to renounce their own conscience and discernment, and the conclusions which they reached in their best efforts to understand TRUE Biblical principles. And they have to submit their minds and wills unconditionally to every official doctrinal declaration of the Catholic Church. Canon Law says that this unquestioning submission of the mind and will is required.
OFFICIAL MODERN ENDORSEMENT OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT
The declarations and anathemas of the Council of Trent have NEVER been revoked. On the contrary, the decrees of the Council of Trent are confirmed by both the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) and the official “Catechism of the Catholic Church” (1992).
The “Catechism of the Catholic Church” was written for the purpose of summarizing the essential and basic teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. It was approved by Pope John Paul II in 1992 and the English translation was released in 1994. It has numbered paragraphs, and has been published in many languages.
The Council of Trent is mentioned in seventy-five paragraphs of the “Catechism”. It is always mentioned in a positive, authoritative way. Some paragraphs mention it two or three times. Paragraph 9 of the “Catechism” says that the Council of Trent was the origin of Catholic Catechisms. The other 74 paragraphs in the “Catechism” which mention it cite the Council of Trent as an authoritative source which supports their doctrinal statements.
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