The Living Force
Today's interview in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, which the high Orthodox leader (Metropolitan Hilarion, head of the Foreign Affairs of the Russian Orthodox Church) said, quote:Laura said:Q: (L) Okay, now here's another question. I think people will probably be interested in this one. So, let's go with it:
The last couple of months especially, but actually since the new pope Francis came into power, it seems like he is trying to do something good in all sorts of areas. For example he said on more than one occasion how bad war is, that we should stop it, and that the system/governments are the only ones who need war. He said for example that a war with Syria is not a good idea back in 2013 and also wrote an letter to Putin in that respect back then. It almost seems like what he is saying about wars is directed to the war machine of the US-Elite and their followers, and not just a general, "No war anymore". So it is not just that he is saying such things, but he seems to follow his words with actions. Recently, he recognized Palestine as a state, which is quite a big move. He said to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the Vatican, "May you be an angel of peace." Then he recently created, as far as I know for the first time in the history of the church, "a judicial mechanism, a Tribunal for Bishop Negligence in Child Sexual Abuse Cases". In other words, people in the church, that are accused of either covering up or being engaged in sexual abuse of children can now be charged in a tribunal court which is based on a judicial mechanism. Quite a big thing as well.
So is the pope doing all those things because he has a conscience or is there something else behind it, like some kind of plan to appease the people in the world, who more or less wake up and see the propaganda for what it is, in order to bring the Catholic church back "into play" now, or in the near future?
A: ... Francis really wants to do good but he also understands the forces in play.
"Historic encounter Francis Pope and Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, every day is getting closer, but it must be well prepared."
The meeting should be held on "neutral country", probably Austria or Hungary.
I have a feeling that some things finally resolved after the separation of Christianity back
1054, so let's just wait and see