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Pope Francis meets with religious leaders in Korea

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Uploaded by on Aug 18, 2014 Before celebrating the Mass for Peace and Reconciliation in Korea, Pope Francis met with several religious leaders at the Myeong-dong Cathedral in Seoul. Although...

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  1. Anonymous
    1 year ago

    It's good to see the Catholic idea that there is only one God get overturned and replaced by man's own doctrines. Why does 'Pope' Francis insist on 'reconciling', i.e. compromising with other religions/religious leaders - that is not his right, even as Pope. To me, the modern Catholic Church (post Vatican II) is all tending towards less Catholic, less Christian and more and more becoming a humanistic, or even atheistic organization. While it is true that atheists MAY be able to attain salvation, through the mercy of God (though it does not say this in the Bible - who knows the ways of God?), Pope Francis claims atheists can go to Heaven. I'd like to know where he pulled this from, and why he would want to encourage people into believing so, rather than teaching that God says the opposite. Or even the basic Catholic statement "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus", i.e. "Outside the Church, there is no salvation.

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