Excerpts from the Wild Voice
[Tony Palmer was the “brother bishop” of Francis. He recently died, so pray for his soul, since he knows his errors now. This type of humanist thinking is the foundation of the coming One World Religion.]
Transcript of Tony Palmer’s words on his view of Communion
“I hope you were blessed with what you’ve just seen and heard. I want to close the video with a couple of reflections just so we don’t miss what Pope Francis just said and also a challenge. Hearing is not enough. We must act. We must keep up with the spirit of God and ride this wave of the tsunami. Firstly, it’s both historic and healing to hear a Roman Pontiff refer to as brothers and sisters. Pope Francis is the head of 1.2 billion Christians and he embraced us into his family as brothers and his sisters and calls us to put an end to our separation. He mentions in his video that he is yearning to see an end of our separation. Pope Francis himself is the one who is asking us for full unity and full communion. What is striking is that he awakens us to the fact that the real communion is not the bread, but the brother. When he uses his story about the brothers of Joseph, because of their hunger, starvation in fact, they were then propelled to Egypt to go find bread to eat. But, they found something more than bread, they found their brother. And, this, Pope Francis is saying, this is what we find in the true communion. We find each other. We find our brotherhood. We find our brother and our sister that we thought we’d lost. When we look for bread, which we think we need, we are going to find our brother, which is what we really need. We need to find that we are brothers and sisters again. We, who are not Roman Catholics, are hungry for the bread of communion. But, Pope Francis tells us again that the bread is secondary to brotherhood. The real gift of communion is finding our brother. For those of use who have ears to hear, let us hear, because this is both profound and revolutionary. Pope Francis is calling us into an authentic communion based on the fact that we are brothers and sisters in Christ, not communion through our common traditions. This is a new way forward. And, for many of us, this is the way we have been waiting for. We must seize this moment“.
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