>Feature: New world religion: Latin America’s Catholic bishops meet in Havana for first time; Pastors for Peace coordinates "Cuba Caravan"

>In past months we have documented the successful attempt by the Soviets to subvert the interfaith/ecumenical movement into a communist-controlled “new world religion.” We have also extensively documented the capitulation of the Latin American Catholic hierarchy to the region’s Red Axis. Rather than lend legitimacy to the paleo-communist dictatorship in Havana by utilizing its facilities, the Latin American Episcopal Council should be exposing the Communist Party of Cuba’s “unfruitful works of darkness” (Ephesians 5:11). Pictured here: Deceased Pope John Paul II and former (?) son of the church, the Jesuit-educated Fidel Castro, in Havana, January 21, 1998.

Cuban leaders meet with Latin American bishops in Havana
By Francisco Forteza

HAVANA, July 13 (World Data Service).- High-ranking leaders of the Cuban government met cordially with Catholic bishops who were visiting Havana for the 31st General Assembly of the Latin American Episcopal Council, it was announced today.

An official news source today said Carlos Lage and Esteban Lazo Hernández, both vice presidents of the Council of State, and Foreign Minister Felipe Pérez were among those attending.

“On July 11, comrades Carlos Lage Dávila and Esteban Lazo Hernández, vice presidents of the Council of State and members of the Political Bureau, together with other leaders of the Cuban Party and government, held a meeting at the San Juan María Vianney Rectory with several of the participants in the 31st General Assembly of the Latin American Episcopal Council, led by Monsignor Raymundo Damasceno Assis, archbishop of Aparecida, Brazil, president of the Council, and Cardinal Jaime Ortega Alamino, archbishop of Havana,” Granma daily newspaper reported.

“Their meeting, which took place in a cordial and constructive atmosphere, served to exchange viewpoints with their visitors on the national reality, challenges facing our country, the negative effects of the blockade (imposed by the United States) on the population and the economy, and cooperation programs with Latin American countries, which we carry out in Cuba and abroad,” the article said.

“Those present agreed on the need for the training of Latin American professionals in Cuba to continue strengthening human values and the preservation of their beliefs, traditions and customs, so that they can return to their home communities to serve the neediest,” the article continued.

It also added that the Council’s representatives and Episcopal conferences “expressed thanks for the facilities provided for their general assembly in Cuba, which concludes today with a mass at Havana Cathedral and during which its new leadership was elected.”

This leadership is comprised of its president, Monsignor Raymundo Damasceno Assis, archbishop of Aparecida, Brazil; Monsignor Baltazar Porras Cardozo, archbishop of Mérida, Venezuela, first vice president; Monsignor Andrés Stanovnik, bishop of Reconquista, Argentina, second vice president; Monsignor Emilio Aranguren Echeverría, bishop of Holguín, Cuba, president of the economic committee, and as general secretary, Monsignor Víctor Sánchez Espinosa, auxiliary bishop of México, the article noted.

This is the first time the Council has held a meeting in Cuba. The Assembly was attended by 71 delegates from Latin America, including four cardinals. It was reported that the closed-door meeting discussed the way in which to carry out the pastoral letters issued by the Fifth General Conference held in the Brazilian city of Aparecida in mid-May, and that each country’s situation was reviewed.

Source: Granma

Liberation theology, which consists of a Marxist spin on the Gospel whereby Jesus’ compassion for the poor is transformed into a strident call for “social and economic justice” (communism), has not only corrupted the Catholic Church via its social teachings and the agitation of the Jesuit Order, but infects numerous Protestant denominations as well. Pastors for Peace, a project of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, is an example of the latter.

Pastors For Peace Caravan Will Try To Cross Mexican Border on Tuesday

Havana, July 16 (acn) Activists of the US’s inter-religious and humanitarian organization Pastors for Peace arrived in McAllen, Texas, on Friday and will try to cross the Mexican border on Tuesday in an effort to bring 90 tons of aid to Cuba.

This 18th edition of the Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan includes 150 activists from the United States, Canada, Mexico, and several European countries.

Reverend Lucius Walker, executive director of the Inter-religious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), denounced that American authorities stopped medical aid on the Maine-Canada border, although they allowed it from Vancouver and Winnipeg.

“Anything can happen in the border,” warned the religious leader.

The aid includes medicines, seven vehicles, school buses, and two trucks.

“On our way through the United States, many people showed interest in knowing more about the Cuban health system, especially after seeing Michael Moore’s ‘Sicko’,” said Ellen Bernstein, a member of the caravan.

For his part, Walker noted that “our work strengthens the bonds of friendship and the cultural and family exchanges between our two countries.”

“This caravan will be another blow to the over-45-year-old US blockade that has been condemned by almost the entire planet,” he concluded.Upon their arrival in Cuba, the group will attend the first graduation of US students at the Latin American School of Medicine in Havana.

Source: Cuban News Agency

4 responses to “>Feature: New world religion: Latin America’s Catholic bishops meet in Havana for first time; Pastors for Peace coordinates "Cuba Caravan"

  1. mah29001 July 17, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    >No surprise about that. You may also want to look into the interfaith organization behind the Soviet organ-Friends of Cuba, where it’s members are affiliated with a variety of Communist front groups.

  2. mah29001 July 17, 2007 at 4:44 pm

    >I have also heard the likes of the pro-Soviet neo-Fascist dictatorship of Syria also promotes interfaith too.

  3. mah29001 July 17, 2007 at 5:35 pm

    >You may also want to be adding that interfaith foundation to the Soviet organs. It seems like it is certainly a Soviet organ to me, as another interfaith group I feature on my blog is affiliated with the Soviet organ-Friends of Cuba.

  4. mah29001 July 17, 2007 at 5:58 pm

    >You may also want to look into reports of “al-Qaeda” and other groups such as the PLO’s grey terror front-Hezbollah based in Lebanon and with the aid of Iran preparing to implement attacks.Along with also openly Marxist terrorist groups such as the Earth Liberation Front and the Animal Liberation Front. Where both groups use the likes of PETA and Earth First! as grey terror fronts for recruitment. You may also want to add the profile of Paul Watson, a radical eco-terrorist and Marxist ideologue as he is involved in a number of eco-grey terror fronts that are linked to the Communist front group-Greenpeace International and to grey terror fronts for recruitment-PETA and Earth First!

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