Yves Congar and Ecumenism, Vatican II

Where did the novel trend of “ecumenism” in the Catholic Church come from?  You need to know about one of the council fathers, Father Yves Congar, an “expert” at Vatican II.

Faithful Dissenters

In the Maryknoll book by National Catholic Reporter veteran writer Robert McClory, FAITHFUL DISSENTERS:  Stories of Men and Women Who Loved and CHANGED the Church, one chapter is devoted to Father Yves Congar.  McClory is sympathetic to the changes Congar made which has weakened the mission of the Church.

The chapter is an eye opener.  Open the pdf of Chapter Nine, below:

YVES CONGAR at Vatican II

 

 

Labyrinths Exposed

LABYRINTHS – OUR NEW LINK CATEGORY

Today we posted a new Category of Links, “Labyrinths.” Right Margin.  Hover over each link to determine whether the site supports or opposes labyrinths.

We strongly oppose labyrinths on Catholic-operated properties.

Our renewed interest in the existence of labyrinths approved by local Catholic officials began when The Grotto, a National Shrine to Our Lady of Sorrows in Portland, was attacked.  Two statues were beheaded in December 2012.

We visited The Grotto Upper Garden and witnessed the damaged statues.  It broke our hearts.  And nearby is the pagan Labyrinth.

Whomever beheaded these blessed statues hate Catholics.  The Grotto’s labyrinth is located on the Upper Garden level, near the Grotto Servite Monastery.  Why is this tolerated?

Image The Grotto’s Labyrinth.  

In Beaverton, Oregon a labyrinth was blessed by Catholic Auxilliary Bishop Steiner (retired) at the “Catholic-Lutheran” church, Mission of the AttonementImage Bishop Steiner blessing labyrinth in Beaverton at the Catholic-Lutheran Community, Mission of the Atonement.

A third labyrinth locally is at the Catholic-operated Marylhurst College in West Linn.

Traditional Catholics must become familiarized with the history and dangers of this “alternative spirituality.”  Labyrinths are not Christian!  They are pagan.  Labyrinths are part of Wiccan practices.

Your editor has viewed a variety of labyrinths on the Internet.  Our conclusion is they are pornographic, some more so than others.

Image Temple of Kali, India

Image Labyrinth at Pakistani mosque

LEARN MORE ABOUT LABYRINTHS

We encourage Catholics to visit the websites listed under “Labyrinths”, right margin.