Book handed out at Catholic Churches warns of “seven social sins” including “polluting the environment”

http://www.aim.org/aim-column/liberal-christians-join-anti-trump-resistance/

Meanwhile, factions of the U.S. Catholic Church and some Protestants are brainwashing church members into accepting the non-Christian idea that religious faith involves a belief in an Earth Spirit.

A so-called “Little White Book” was handed out in a number of American Catholic churches on April 16, supposedly to offer reflections based on the Resurrection narrative of the Gospel of Mark. Instead, the book included a number of Marxist sermonettes, such as that the “seven social sins” include “polluting the environment; contributing to widening the divide between rich and poor; excessive wealth; and creating poverty.”

Inside the booklet, Catholics were also told to celebrate “Earth Day” on April 22, practice the “Small is Beautiful” philosophy, and take their cues from Native Americans who “believe in the Great Spirit.”

The “Little White Book,” a publication of the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw, Michigan, is one in a series of booklets, with three million currently in circulation.

The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw created the original “Little Black Book” on the Lenten season, followed by the “Little White Book.” The series is the brainchild of notorious liberal and “gay-friendly” Bishop Kenneth E. Untener.

Exact figures were not available on how many “Little White Books” were distributed in Catholic churches on April 16. But it appears that the church is moving toward the idea of an “Environmental Sabbath,” long popularized by the United Nations. A brochure about the project encouraged children to hold hands around a tree and meditate.

The “Little White Book” highlights the importance of the environmental encyclical “Laudato Si: On Care for our Common Home,” released by the Vatican under the name of Pope Francis and demanding that “technology based on the use of highly polluting fossil fuels—especially coal, but also oil and, to a lesser degree, gas—needs to be progressively replaced without delay.”

The “Little White Book” also promotes the work of Fr. Thomas Berry, a New Age figure described as “a major figure in the environmental movement.”

Berry called himself a “geologian,” rather than theologian, and was president of the American Teilhard Association, named after the mystical Jesuit philosopher Teilhard de Chardin. Berry’s books included Evening Thoughts: Reflecting on Earth as Sacred Community, and he is buried at Green Mountain Monastery in Greensboro, Vermont.

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it is a religion..once you understand and accept that point everything else is easy to comprehend..

its even preached from the pulpit now..

“Meanwhile, factions of the U.S. Catholic Church and some Protestants are brainwashing church members into accepting the non-Christian idea that religious faith involves a belief in an Earth Spirit.”

praise gaia..

401

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~ by seeker401 on May 5, 2017.

15 Responses to “Book handed out at Catholic Churches warns of “seven social sins” including “polluting the environment””

  1. Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.

  2. NEW HYMN :-

    When I die and they lay me to rest
    Gonna go to the place that’s the best
    When I lay me down to die
    Goin’ up to the spirit in the sky
    Goin’ up to the spirit in the sky
    That’s where I’m gonna go when I die
    When I die and they lay me to rest
    Gonna go to the place that’s the best

  3. This holiday has been around for awhile. It never took off in popular consensus, but propaganda in RCC will make an impact. When I went to the gym the other day (probably on that day) , for the first time in my life, somebody did say to me, “Happy Earth Day”.

  4. we’re curious ( guess also curiosity kill the cat )
    Seek you post this b/c the comment we post some days ago naming the
    little white or black or blue books ? handle for free on Advent -X-mas-Lent-
    Easter ?

  5. The thing that’s most disturbing is the fact that teachings are getting farther from the truth outlined in God’s word the Bible. At Revelation 11:18, Jehovah God says that He will “ruin those ruining the earth”. That doesn’t mean we should celebrate Earth Day. Jesus Christ never did. It should be understood that we should care for the Earth since it’s a beautiful gift from God. Contributing to its pollution is frowned upon, but 1 Corinthians 6:9,10 outlines the major sins we really need to be concerned about. Sexual immorality (such as the sexual abuse of children that’s been going on in the Catholic Church for decades) is a more serious issue.

    • I agree with your sentiment. Also, all sin is sin and equally brings eternal punishment, little sins and great sins both deserve eternal punishment since there is no way to recompense for sin. What Earth Day is all about, is making money and getting people to worship Gaia or some green religion. The RCC being behind that ill-worship demonstrates just a bit of their grand deception. I see the irony though you painted and agree. The RCC looks at Earth Day and yet turns a blind eye to their own back yard of sexual immorality – the perversion.

    • it’s just a bunch of stories some jews stole from africans.

      “That doesn’t mean we should celebrate Earth Day. Jesus Christ never did.”

      i tried walking on water just like he did, but it didn’t work. what am i doing wrong?

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