Kardinal Raymond Burke ist ein US-amerikanischer emeritierter Erzbischof und Kurienkardinal der römisch-katholischen Kirche und einer der prominentesten Kritiker von Papst Franziskus.

In einem Interview mit The Wanderer das am 26.Dezemeber 19 veröffentlicht wurde, sagte er;

Was die 'ökologische Bekehrung' betrifft,
so sehe ich dahinter einen Anstoß zur Verehrung von 'Mutter Erde'".

Kardinal Burke warnt Gläubige vor Forderungen nach "ökologischer Umstellung"


LA CROSSE, Wisconsin, January 3, 2020 (LifeSiteNews)

– Cardinal Raymond Burke, known for his outspoken faithfulness to perennial Catholic teaching, is warning Catholics about recent calls from the Vatican and top Church leaders for “ecological conversion.” Behind this concept, he said, lurks an “insidious” agenda of idolatry and one-world government.

“With regard to ‘ecological conversion,’ what I see behind this is a push for worship of ‘Mother Earth,’” said Cardinal Raymond Burke in a wide-ranging interview with The Wanderer published Dec. 26.

The cardinal, who is the patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and Prefect Emeritus of the Vatican's highest court (known as the Apostolic Signatura), said that Catholics honor the Virgin Mary as mother.

“In truth, our mother is not the earth — our mother is the Blessed Virgin Mary in the sense that she gave birth to our Savior. We do not have another mother, certainly not a pagan idol like the Pachamama, which is very revelatory of what is behind this whole business,” he said.

The cardinal’s mention of “Pachamama” refers to the October 2019 Amazon Synod in Rome, where a statue of a naked pregnant woman was set up for veneration in the Vatican gardens during a tree planting ceremony which Pope Francis attended. The statue was later brought into St. Peter’s Basilica with pomp and ceremony, and was again venerated.

Burke said that “ecological conversion” is also being used as “an argument for a one-world government.”

This is a masonic idea, an idea of completely secularized people who no longer recognize that the governance of the world is in the hands of God, Who entrusts it to individual governments, nations, and groupings of people according to nature itself,” he said.

“The idea of a one-world government is fundamentally the same phenomenon that was displayed by the builders of the Tower of Babel who presumed to exercise the power of God on earth to unite heaven with earth, which is simply incorrect,” he continued.

“What we truly need is a religious conversion, in other words, a strong teaching and practice of faith in God and obedience to the order with which He has created us,” he added.


Burke called “ecological conversion” a “very insidious” phrase
that is being used to “promote a certain agenda

which has nothing to do with our Catholic faith.”





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