The worst are full of passionate intensity

The Pontifical Academy for Life (PAV) is working with a Protestant Church, Soros people and globalists to define “palliative spirituality” and promote it in a global healthcare model of caring for those with life limiting conditions.

This just in, breaking news about the horrid new Pontifical Academy for Life which is the result of Pope Francis’s anti-life agenda. He first gutted the Pontifical Academy of its pro-life Catholic members and then replaced them with his chosen advocates for one world government, one world church of man and anti-Catholic, anti-life advocates of population control.

From Dr. Elizabeth Wickham of Lifetree:

Have you heard about the upcoming meeting of the Pontifical Academy for Life? It appears that rather than helping souls know and avoid the sins which violate the Fifth Commandmant this part of the Catholic Church is helping to institutionalize a global healthcare that promotes and legalizes these sins by setting up guidelines which will become law.

This website announces the PAV / United Methodist Church co-sponsored meeting in Houston on Sept 16-18 to discuss the Spirituality of Palliative Care.

http://www.academyforlife.va/content/pav/en/news/2018/academy-for-life-palliative-care-project–houston-meeting.html

(From the website)
“This fall, the Holy See and The United Methodist Church will unite in a conference to defend patients’ quality of life.
The Palliative Care ans Spirituality for Life (PCSLife) conference is a joint project of the Catholic Church’s Pontifical Academy for Life (Vatican), The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Research Institute.
The joint mission to advocate for the best possible palliative care transcends the barriers of distance — 10,000 miles — and doctrinal differences. Pope Francis stressed the importance of fostering dialogue between faiths in his Message to the Pontifical Academy for Life in February of this year: <<The complexity and delicacy of the subjects present in palliative care require continuous reflection and the spread of the practice to facilitate access: a task in which believers can find like-minded companions in many people of good will.>>”

It is no coincidence that the three day meeting is taking place in the hometown of the International Association of Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) founded in the 1980s See https://hospicecare.com/home/.

Something is wrong with this picture. The PAV is working with a Protestant Church, Soros people and globalists to define “palliative spirituality” and promote it in a global healthcare model of caring for those with life limiting conditions.

The speakers include: Charles von Gunten, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Palliative Medicine, Eduardo Bruera, speaker at the “Palliative Care: Everywhere and by Everyone” PAV workshop earlier this year at the Vatican and on the board of directors of IAHPC, Constantino Benedetti, Founding member of the International Association for the Study of Pain, Sr. Carol Taylor, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Professor and Director of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, Rev Renzo Pegoraro, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Christina Puchalski, Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University Institute for Spirituality and Health and presenter at the “Palliative Care: Everywhere and by Everyone” Workshop at the Vatican in Feb/Mar, Ira Byock, Institute for Human Caring of Providence St. Joseph Health and award recipient at the “Palliative Care: Everywhere and by Everyone” workshop, Liliana De Lima, Executive Director of the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care and speaker at the “Palliative Care: Everywhere and by Everyone” Workshop at the Vatican, Daniel Sulmasy, Soros scholar and member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Tracy Balboni, oncology professor of radiation at Harvard Medical School and Farber/Bringham and Women’s Cancer Center and many others.

Note! Session V: PAL White Paper for GLOBAL PALLIATIVE CARE Advocacy includes two members of the Pontifical Academy for Life, the Executive Director of the International Association for Hospice and Palliative care and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Palliative Medicine.

This lineup confirms the worst — today the Pontifical Academy for Life agenda is not pro-life. It is helping to transform global healthcare for those with serious life limiting conditions by promoting palliative care guidelines that will hasten death. The PAV is departing from the natural law and the true Catholic teachings about making moral medical decisions.

What happened to Catholic teaching about preparing for a holy death?
Is palliative spirituality in harmony with Catholic teaching?
What happened to Catholic teaching about the Fifth Commandment?

It would appear that the scandal of the Lavender Mafia has not slowed down this satanic assault on the faith in any way. If anything, the scandals of this perversion-promoting pope have only strengthened him.

“The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.”

Surely you see now, that it is only through the Immaculate Heart of Mary that this filth will be cast from the Church. Human means alone cannot combat this evil, but we are reminded that we can do all things in Him who strengthens us. And His strength is infinitely superior to the pope and all the legions of hell combined.

Pray the Rosary to defeat Satan and those who serve him.

  Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of our hearts, Mother of the Church, do thou offer to the Eternal Father the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for the conversion of poor sinners, especially our Pontiff.

Please pray for the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary!

~ by evensong for love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ, King.
Vouchsafe that I may praise thee, O Sacred Virgin! Give me strength against thine enemies!

Alfie and the Archbishop

This post updated 1 May, 2018

The Archbishop referred to would be Vincenzo Paglia, who holds the distinction of heading both the Pontifical Academy for Life and the Pontifical Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences.

In the wake of the tragic death of Alfie Evans, the child victim of  Britain’s progressively “benevolent” end of life care, some readers have suggested that we consider the role of Pope Francis in all this.

Some while back, Dr.  Elizabeth Wickham of Lifetree (link in sidebar) pointed out that Pope Francis had gutted the Pontifical Academy for Life and had filled it with advocates for population control from abortion and contraception to end of life. Today, Dr.  Wickham suggested that we consider the struggle of  Alfie Evans and his family in the light of Pope Francis and his agenda at the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAV). I am very grateful for her timely reminder.

NOTE: There is a very  bad picture after the break below. It is a picture on a mural in  a Catholic Cathedral and it vividly expresses the truth about Pope Francis and his Pontifical Council for Life.

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Solve et Coagula

Motto of the Bishop of Rome: ¡Hagan lío!
That is, “Raise Hell!”

Solve et Coagula is a formula associated with occult, alchemical freemasonry and is also reflected in the motto of the current occupant of the See of Peter, ” ¡Hagan lío!” Or, it can be expressed another way: in Hegelian  terms, “Thesis, antithesis and synthesis”.  All those terms could be applied to the work of  this Pontiff, who is now “humbly” correcting the words of Our Lord Jesus Christ Himself. In the Bergoglian Reformation words mean whatever His Holiness intends them to mean and so now, life means death.

Today, a reader alerted us to an informative article on the new focus of the  re-constituted Pontifical Academy for Life. The Humble One® dissolved the Pontifical Academy for Life and rebuilt it into his own image. Now,  in typical marxist fashion, the Academy for Life  is working to extinguish life  at both ends of the spectrum.

Judie Brown’s American Life League carried the following article by Dr. Elizabeth Wickham of Lifetree (link in our sidebar).

Palliative Care, the Real Story

By Elizabeth Wickham, PhD

Because of the new appointments to the Pontifical Academy for Life, its workshops and conferences in 2017, plus the one planned for winter 2018, my comments here are directed to the low-profile wing of the euthanasia movement known as the Third Path, which relies on the new field of palliative medicine. Today’s palliative care is falsely advertised as the moral alternative to physician-assisted suicide. Having studied this low-profile wing for over 15 years, I believe the activities at the Pontifical Academy for Life are very troubling.

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