Pope Francis calls for ‘more vaccines’ at meeting of world leaders in Rome by Michael Haynes for Life Site News
The 35th meeting Meeting of Dialogue and Prayer for Peace took place this week in Rome, dealing with fraternity and climate change, and based on the 1986 meeting where Pope John Paul II permitted ‘idolatrous worship.’
Pope Francis joined with politicians, abortion promoters, and ecumenical leaders this week in Rome to promote “peace …fraternity … vaccines,” all “in the spirit” of the “idolatrous worship” of the 1986 Assisi meeting.
The 35th Meeting of Dialogue and Prayer for Peace, entitled “Peoples as Brothers, Future Earth” and held by the Community of Sant’Egidio “in the spirit” of the inter-religious 1986 meeting in Assisi, took place October 6-7 in Rome.
The meeting was described by the Lepanto Institute’s Michael Hichborn, as “another form of idolatry in the form of a human brotherhood without Christ.”
Attended by Moslems, Jews, Protestants, pro-aborts and the Pope
With Pope Francis addressing the closing ceremony, the ecumenical event also hosted pro-abortion Jeffrey Sachs; Archbishop Justin Welby of the Church of England; Aloysius John, secretary of abortion-linked Caritas International; Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar; and Pinkhas Goldschmidt, the president of the Conference of European Rabbis.
Archbishop Justin Welby gave an excellent speech at a Conference organized by the Sant’Egidio Community gathering together Religious leaders of the world. pic.twitter.com/l8UhfpyPiv
— Anglican Centre Rome (@AnglicanCentre) October 6, 2021
Other speakers included outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel; Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi; Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the minister for tolerance and coexistence in the UAE and a “protagonist” of the controversial 2019 Abu Dhabi meeting; the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople; Cardinal José Tolentino Mendonça and Cardinal Matteo Zuppi of Bologna; Kataoka Keishu, the general affairs officer of the Sōtō Zen Buddhism office of Europe; and Noubar Afuyen, chairman of Moderna.
The symbol for the 2021 event featured a swirling, LGBT-colored flag topped with a white dove.
Modeled on Assisi in 1986 — themes of fraternity and care for the earth
The event was modeled on the “scandalous” interreligious 1986 Assisi meeting at which Pope John Paul II prayed together with Orthodox Christians, Protestants, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and representatives of many other religions. John Paul II addressed the representatives of the different religions with the words: “Religions are many and varied, and they reflect the desire of men and women down through the ages to enter into a relationship with the Absolute Being.”