On December 8, 2021, Pope Francis said, “All can work together to build a more peaceful world.” This was the message for the 55th World Peace Day, which is scheduled for January 1, 2022. Pope Francis proposed three paths for “building a lasting peace” in our world: dialogue, education and labor. The problem is that Pope Francis’ version of dialogue, education and labor for world peace is that he wants these principles to be based on Catholic social doctrine.
For example, when the Pope spoke of dialogue, he emphasized the need to “care for our common home” because the “environment” is on loan and we need to give it to the next generation free from the “challenges emerging from the present ethical and socio-environmental crisis.” When Pope Francis talks about “education,” he makes specific reference to his “global pact on education,” which is designed to indoctrinate children on a global scale in matters of “integral ecology,” “sustainability” and “fraternity.” And when the Pope speaks on “labor,” he urges us to adopt working policies aimed at promoting the “common good” and at the “safeguarding of creation.” Pope Francis says that we can “find sure guidelines in the Church’s social doctrine.”
In other words, Pope Francis is basically telling us that in order to obtain world-wide peace, we must take and implement the teachings of Fratelli Tutti and Laudato Si’ and embrace Catholic theology, Catholic liturgy, Catholic traditions and Catholic education. Accepting Pope Francis’ social contract for peace would be a terrible mistake that would spell the end of peace and happiness. Paul predicted long ago that a “peace and safety” cry would usher in “sudden destruction” rather than peace (1 Thessalonians 5:2, 3). #sda #adventist #adventista
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