About Orthopapism

© Lucio Mascarenhas, formerly "Prakash"
I have created this site to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to one and all.

I live in the Indian Union, the largest state in the Indian subcontinent. My own country is Portuguese India (Estado da India Portuguesa), which has been encroached upon by the Indian Union, 1956-1961, under the guise of liberation, at the instigation of the Indian Union's then ideological mentor, the Soviet Union.

At that time, the Soviets were involved in a growing controversy with the insubordinate Chinese; a controversy that came to be resolved and focused on the question of armed expulsion of the Europeans from their remaining enclaves, Hong Kong and Macao, etc. The Chinese insisted that this was neither necessary nor prudent, preferring the diplomatic method. To show them that it could be done, the Russians instigated the Indian Union to invade and annex my country.

China punished India for this insult by invading in 1962, a year later, and annexing vast stretches of the Indian Union's territories. There has been no plebiscite conducted in my country, nor is there any legitimate basis of conducting one. Goa is an integral and free member of Portugal. As such, it does not have the moral right to demand secession. Nor do Goans make such a demand. We were and are happy being Portuguese.

As Indians, the Indian Union teaches us that 'all Indians are our brothers and sisters, and that we must love all of them.'

But, it is a fact, that all humanity is our family. No human being is a stranger to us, but every human being is either our brother or sister. We must love all mankind.

This is what Christianity teaches.

I am a Christian. As a Christian, I am taught that "If some one says, I love God, and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen?" Again, that "The wrath of man works not the justice of God," and "Vengeance is mine, I shall repay."

As Christians, we are taught that we must abhor errors and false religions, but not their adherents, their believers.

In the State, we see that it has the natural, innate right and duty to protect the true measures and coinages from forgery. In the like manner, we see that in the natural science, there is no scope for tolerating error and fancy; everything has its law.

But the same holds true for Religion, which is really the greatest and most important Science: There is no scope for tolerating deliberate error and fancies. Only the truth will do.

Christianity has always submitted its claims for genuine scrutiny, and demands the same for all similar claims. Against all other claims, Christianity has been time and again proved the truth. It therefore demands the exclusion of all religious errors.
There are false simulations of Christianity - the various Protestantisms, Nestorianism, antichrist, the false pope of satan, heresiarch of the Protestant Modernist UniversalismJacobitism (Monophysitism), etc. which seek to confuse souls and seduce them from Christ. One such group is the new sect, the New Catholic, led by pretender-popes who have also usurped the Vatican. Christians are united in rejecting the pretensions of Charles Wojtyla to be pope, as the second John-Paul, because he is a heretic and a Modernist Protestant. As far as I know, since the death of the last pope, Pius XII (Eugene Pacelli), there had been no valid Pope, until the election of His Holiness Pope Michael, formerly David Allen Bawden, in 1990.

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The following was condemned by Pope Alexander VII: "Although it is evidently established by you that Peter is a heretic, you are not bound to denounce him . . ." Condemned. (Denzinger 1105.)

The Canon Law Commentary of Wernz-Vidal explains: "Finally, one cannot consider as schismatics those who refuse to obey the Roman Pontiff because they would hold his person suspect or because of widespread rumors, doubtfully elected." Wernz-Vidal, Iuris Canonicum, Rome, Gregorian Univ., 1937, Vol. II, p. 398.

1917 Code of Canon Law: "1325.1 Obligation to Profess the Faith - The faithful are bound to profess their faith openly whenever under the circumstances silence, evasion, or their manner of acting would otherwise implicitly amount to a denial of the faith, or would involve contempt of religion, an offense to God, or scandal to the neighbor."

Catechism Question: In how many ways may we either cause or share in the guilt of another's sin? Answer: We may either cause or share the guilt of another's sin in nine ways: 1. By counsel; 2. By command; 3. By consent; 4. By provocation; 5. By praise or flattery; 6. By concealment; 7. By being a partner in the sin; 8. By silence; 9. By defending the ill done.
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