Commentary from Understand the Times regarding article below on the Catholic Church’s Step-up of “New Evangelization” Program
UTT- It is important that Bible believing Christians understand the true meaning of “Evangelical Catholicism,” also known as the New Evangelization Program. The Roman Catholic agenda is to win the world to the Eucharistic Jesus in order to set up the “Kingdom of God” on earth. The Eucharistic Jesus requires a Roman Catholic priest and the process of transubstantiation. This “Jesus”, which actually is nothing more than a wafer, is placed into a monstrance (container) and worshipped and adored. This whole process will play a significant role in setting up a One World Religion in the name of Christ that prepares the way for the antichrist.
“George Weigel says New Evangelization is future of Catholicism”
By Adelaide Darling
Global Catholic Network
As the Catholic Church works to shape the culture in the 21st century, her members must embrace reality while fearlessly proclaiming the truth, said author George Weigel.
“It is the same Church, the same Faith and above all the same Lord,” emphasized Weigel, a noted Catholic commentator and biographer of Pope John Paul II.
However, he explained, “the Evangelical Catholicism of the third millennium” will live out its fidelity “in a distinctive way.”
Weigel spoke on Feb. 5 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. His lecture, hosted by the Ethics and Public Policy Center, coincided with the release of his new book, “Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform in the 21st-Century Church.”
He explained that the deeply cultural Catholicism that emerged during the Counter-Reformation supported the evangelization of the New World, an intellectual counterbalance to the Enlightenment and opposition to the totalitarian political movements of the 20th century. Click here to read more.
LTRP Note: Roger Oakland discusses the New Evangelization program of the Catholic Church in his book Another Jesus. Below is a link to chapter six of that book:
Chapter six of Another Jesus by Roger Oakland, “The New Evangelization.”
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