I wish you had all read the article, the Machinations of the Vatican and Israel, 2006. I wrote about this 3 years ago. I discussed these issues in great detail. Nobody reads, and then they reinvent the wheel! Also discussed it in detail in some of my latest e-mails, Again, who reads???
His denial of the Holocaust is only one thing and it's mainly about the past. Everyone overlooks that he also said that the proper relationship between the Church and the Jews is the Inquisition. That's about the future, flat out! BTW, and as pure serendipity would have it, the present pope previously headed the "Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith." I have read that this is the current name for the Inquisition, which means that, although it more or less petered out, it was never officially disbanded.
Quite frankly, what do we have to dialogue about with the Church of Rome?
From: Daisy Stern [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 3:53 PM
Subject: I love this story: read between the lines: it means EVEN THEIR OWN Catholics mavens don't believe in the infallibility of the pope. How could a godlike figure be wrong? How can you ask a perfect human being to admit he erred, or was evil?
Call for Pope to Resign over Holocaust Denier
Shevat 9, 5769, 03 February 09 07:15
(IsraelNN.com) Criticism of the Pope's decision to repeal the excommunication of British Bishop Richard Williamson, a Holocaust denier, increased on Monday. One Catholic theologian has called on the Holy See to step down.
"If the pope wants to do some good for the Church, he should leave his job," liberal Catholic theologian Hermann Haering told Tageszeitung, a German daily.
Pope Benedict XVI 's decision to cancel the excommunication of four bishops consecrated in 1988 created international tumult. Williamson, who is on record denying that Jews were gassed during the Holocaust, has been criticized by both Jews and Catholics.
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