Sunday, March 29, 2009

Fr. Yves Congar and the Jewish Influence of Vatican II


Fr. Yves Congar, one of the biggest influences of Vatican II, was born on April 13, 1904,[1] and was ordained a priest on July 25, 1930.[2] While functioning as a “Catholic” priest, he attended courses at The Faculty of Protestant Theology in Paris.[3] Congar spent eight years, from 1931-1939, as a professor at Le Saulchoir, the Dominican house of studies in Paris, where he taught theology. He had another stint there as a professor from 1945-1954.[4] During these times, Congar became suspect of heresy and was forbidden to publish many of his works.[5] Congar was a big supporter of the heresy of Collegiality,[6] and wasn't too fond of the monarchical nature of the papacy.[7] In February of 1954, Fr. Congar was forbidden to teach, and along with fellow colleagues Fr. Marie-Dominique Chenu (who's heretical book ‘A School of Theology: Le Saulchoir’ was condemned and placed on the Index of Forbidden Books in 1942)[8], Fr. Henri-Marie Feret, and Fr. Pierre Boisselot, were expelled from Le Saulchoir and sent into exile.[9]

Yves Congar was called out of exile in 1960 by a follower of his, none other than Antipope Angelo Roncalli,[10][11] who had called upon Congar to serve as a theologian for the Second Vatican “Council”[12][13]. Congar co-authored many of the heretical documents of Vatican II, including Lumen gentium, Unitatis redintegratio, Dignitatis humanae, Gaudeium et spes, and others.[14] Perhaps Congar's biggest contribution to the pseudo-Council was the role he played in establishing Nostra Aetate, arguably Vatican II's most heretical document.

Yves CONGAR: French, age 65, suspect [of heresy] at one time by the Holy Office; expert at the [Second Vatican] Council, inspired 10 of the 16 documents; important works divided Christians; ‘True and False Reforms’ in English served as theology for the laity; ‘Tradition and Traditions’; to advise Council.[15]

In 1962, “Cardinal” Bea (who was actually a Jewish infiltrator named Behar)[16], working on behalf of antipope Roncalli, sent Fr. Yves Congar to Strasbourg, France, where he would meet with the Jews in a secretly arranged meeting in the basement of a synagogue.[17] The purpose of the meeting was to find out what the Jews demands were.

The Jews objected to how for twenty centuries they were treated as deicides (which they
are St. Mattew 27:25), and how they are regarded as enemies (which they are ! Thessalonians 2:14-15).[18] The Jews demanded to be considered as “brothers, partners of equal dignity, of the Christian Church…”[19] Fr. Yves Congar returned to Rome and Nostra Aetate was born.











Fr. Yves Congar
Modernist Heretic
“Cardinal” Augustin Bea
Modernist Heretic
Jew Infiltrator

The Second Vatican “Council” heretically declared in the document Nostra Aetate: “Although the Church is the new people of God, the Jews should not be presented as rejected or cursed by God, as if such views followed from the holy scriptures”.[20] The notion that the Jews “…should not be presented as rejected or cursed by God…” is completely heretical. Jews are rejected and cursed by God! Then it boldly states: “…as if this followed from the holy scriptures”. This is a bold-faced lie, plain and simple, and is intended to fool the scripturally ignorant.

Jews are rejected by God:
St. Matthew 10:33 But he that shall deny me before men, I will also deny before my Father who is in heaven.

Jews suffer the wrath of God:
St. John 3:36 He who believeth in the Son of God, hath life everlasting. He who believeth not does not have life. But the wrath of God abideth upon him.

1 Thessalonians 2:14 …for you also have suffered the same things from your own countrymen, even as they have from the Jews, who both killed the Lord Jesus, and the prophets, and have persecuted us, and please not God, and are adversaries to all men…for the wrath of God is come upon them to the end.

Jews are anathema (cursed)!
1 Corinthians 16:22 If any man love not our Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema...

The Scriptures are undeniably clear. The heresies in Nostra Aetate come straight from the Jews themselves, as requested in their secret meeting with Fr. Yves Congar in the basement of the Synagogue of Satan, and granted by the collaborating Jew infiltrators. Of course, the Jews’ role in Vatican II is hardly limited to just this one interesting story about Nostra Aetate. There are countless other examples showing how the Jews orchestrated the apostate Second Vatican anti-Council and created the Luciferian Judeo-Masonic religion known as the Novus Ordo religion.

More can definitely be said about the apostate Yves Congar -- much more -- more than could fit in just one article. Perhaps in the future I will write more on him. Some have wondered though, what became of Fr. Yves Congar? What happened to the man who was suspected of heresy, silenced, forbidden to publish, forbidden to teach, exiled under Antipope Pius XII, and revived by antipope Roncalli? Well, unsurprisingly, before his death in 1995, he was made a “Cardinal” of the Novus Ordo sect by antipope Wojtyla.[21]
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[1] Yves Congar's Vision of the Church in a World of Unbelief, by Gabriel Flynn, Introduction, p. 4
[2] Yves Congar's Vision of the Church in a World of Unbelief, by Gabriel Flynn, Introduction, p. 7
[3] Yves Congar: Theologian of the Church, by Gabriel Flynn, Part III, p. 209
[4] Yves Congar's Vision of the Church in a World of Unbelief, by Gabriel Flynn, Introduction, p. 7
[5] An Alley in Chicago, by Margery Frisbie, Chap. 25
[6] True and False Reform in the Church, by Yves Congar
[7] Canonization of (anti) Pope Pius X by (anti) Pope Pius XII, Angelus Press, by Fr. Christian Thouvenot, Cit. 30
[8] Schillebeeckx, by Phillip Kennedy, Chap. 2, p. 22
[9] Yves Congar's Vision of the Church in a World of Unbelief, by Gabriel Flynn, Introduction, p. 10
[10] The Hierarchy of Truths According to Yves Congar, O.P., by William Henn
[11] Yves Congar: Theologian of the Church, by Gabriel Flynn, Part 1, p. 27
[12] The Situation in the Church and Relations with Rome, Conference, St. Ignatius Retreat House in Ridgefield, Connecticut, Fe4ruary 17, 2008, by Bishop Bernard Fellay
[13] Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit, by Elizabeth Teresa Groppe, Chap. 1, p. 24
[14] Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit, by Elizabeth Teresa Groppe, Chap. 1, p. 25
[15] Informations Catholiques Internationales, No. 336, May 15, 1969, p. 9
[16] The Struggle for the Catholic Church, Sermon, The Daily Catholic, by Fr. Louis J. Campbell
[17] The Pope in America, Effedieffe Giornale, by Maurizio Blondet
[18] Catechism of the Crisis in the Church, Part 5, Angelus Press, by Fr. Matthias Gaudron, Q. 26
[19] What were the Jews’ demands?, Tribune Juive, Issue No. 1001, by Lazare Landau
[20] Second Vatican Council , Nostra Aetate, Sec. 4
[21] Modern Christian Thought, by James C. Livingston, Francis Schussler Fiorenza, Sarah Coakley, and James H. Evans Jr., Vol. 2, Chap. 8, p. 233

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