Ever Faithful To Their False Religion
by Thomas A. Droleskey
Although he was the toast of the town in Rome prior to the conclave that elected his fellow apostate from Argentina as the universal public face of apostasy, Timothy Michael "Cardinal" Dolan, the conciliar "archbishop" of New York since April 15, 2009, has faded from view somewhat over the past three months, although he has gotten a nod or two for his "shout out" to the pro-abortion, pro-perversity Catholic who is vice president of the United States of America, Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., during a staging of the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service on Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013 (see Rocketing to The Very Depths of Hell).
Ever faithful to the false religion of conciliarism, however, Timothy "Michael" Dolan, whose "loosey-goosey" style of speaking fits right in with that of the master of the daily Ding Dong School Of Apostasy at the Casa Santa Marta within the walls of the Vatican, Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis, has taken center stage once again as a result of a luncheon that was held at the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center in the Tompkinsville section of the Borough of Staten Island on Thursday, June 20, 2013, the Feast of Pope Saint Silverius. The blasphemous heresy spouted by this overgrown enemy of Christ the King and the souls for whom He shed every single drop of His Most Precious Blood to redeem is nothing other than boiler plate false ecumenism in action:
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of New York, made his first visit to a mosque in New York City and it was the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center in Tompkinsville where he met with Muslim and other faith leaders.
The cardinal spent more than two hours touring the mosque and the Miraj Islamic School and having lunch with about 40 clergy and laity.
"I thank God that this day has arrived," the cardinal said. "I thank you for your welcome, I thank you for making me feel like a friend and a member of a family."
The cardinal asked questions about the Muslim faith and emphasized throughout his visit how much the two religions and their members have in common.
"You love God, we love God and he is the same God," the cardinal said of the Muslim and Roman Catholic faiths.
Cardinal Dolan stressed that Catholics and Muslims have a mutual love of the United States and of the religious freedom that this country affords, especially the ability to meet with people of different beliefs that would not be possible in some other nations.
"Your love of marriage and family, your love of children and babies, your love of freedom -- religious freedom particularly-- your defense of life, your desire for harmony and unity and your care for others, your care for God's creation and your care for those who are in need," the cardinal said, were Islamic values also shared by Catholics and areas where there could be mutual cooperation.
He likened Muslims to earlier waves of Roman Catholic immigrants who some 150 years ago faced the same challenge of "how to become loyal, responsible, patriotic Americans without losing their faith."
As those Catholic immigrants did, Muslims have learned the value of religious schools, he said. "Education without faith is missing something dramatic," the cardinal said.
The cardinal's trip to the mosque was in response to an invitation by leaders of the center who visited the archbishop in Manhattan in January.
"Thank God that we are a country that welcomes everybody and, as you mentioned, your eminence, only in America, and we want this example to be spread because we can do many more things when we eat together as brothers than when we stay against one another," said Imam Tahir Kukiqi of the Albanian Center.
Imam Kukiqi praised attendee Sarah Sayeed of the Interfaith Center of New York for "working tirelessly with Muslim communities and Catholic communities, especially to bring them together."
Imam Ghulam Rasul of the predominately Pakistani Masjid al-Noor in Concord led a prayer "to bring peace, harmony and understanding between the communities ... guide us so that we may be the souls of goodness, peace and harmony and understanding for the people of this country and for the community of this Island."
The cardinal is following on a local level the example of Pope Francis who has begun efforts to deepen and strengthen the relationship between the Islamic and Christian communities in Italy and other parts of Europe, said Monsignor James Dorney, a co-vicar of Staten Island. His co-vicar, Monsignor Peter Finn, announced that Wednesday was the 37th anniversary of Cardinal Dolan's ordination.
The Rev. Liam O'Doherty, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel R.C. Church in Tompkinsville, was instrumental in arranging the visit and brought along many members of his parish council. Leaders of the Albanian Center and Masjid al-Noor invited the cardinal to visit their mosques during the month of Ramadan. (Apostate Dolan makes first visit to NYC mosque, meets with Staten Island Muslim leaders.)
As horrible as this is--and it is really detestable, this is really nothing new for a conciliar "bishop." It is also nothing new for Timothy Michael Dolan, who said two years, seven months ago now that one could call God by whatever name he wanted:
"Thanksgiving is a time of the year when people are open to the Lord, and
we don't think about ourselves. We're grateful to God. We're conscious
that somebody, some call him or her, whatever you want, somebody beyond
us is in charge, and we are immensely grateful. (Is 'Superman' Catholic? See also Whatever You Want.)
Timothy Michael Dolan also said the following at the Lincoln Square Synagogue in the Borough of Manhattan on Saturday, February 23, 2013:
Thank you so much for your generous invitation and warm welcome. What
an honor and a joy to be with you here at the historic and renowned Lincoln Square Synagogue.
Long have I been aware of the prominence of this community, as,
during my graduate studies at the Catholic University of America, our
course in American Religious History featured attention to Modern Orthodox Judaism, its flagship synagogue here, and the foundational efforts of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Now what a privilege it is to be a part of the celebration of welcome as we thank God for this splendid new sanctuary! As your psalms pray,
“Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who toil!” So, praise God:
I’d say “Alleluia” but I can’t because for us Catholics it’s our penitential season of Lent, and we can’t say that “A-word” until Easter!
Can I get a little personal here? Today is the fourth anniversary of
my appointment by Pope Benedict XVI as archbishop of New York.
Four happy years…and the Jewish community of New York is one
of the big reasons why. From the start you have welcomed and embraced
me. I love you; I respect you; I need you; I thank you.
Tomorrow, the second Sunday of Lent, we always have the Gospel account of what we call the Transfiguration of Jesus on Mount Tabor. There, the Jewish fisherman, the Jewish first
pope, St. Peter, said to Jesus, “It is good for us to be here.”
Those words I make my own this morning.
I also appreciate the encouragement this visit gives me in my efforts
to repair and restore another historic house of prayer and worship, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.
Don’t worry: I’m not going to ask for money—while recognizing what a
tradition that is in both of our religions—although I do happen to have
some pledge cards on me!
This beautiful occasion this morning might be a providential occasion
to celebrate as well the common values we as Jews and Catholics deeply
cherish. Can I mention just two?
One would be the high importance of the Sabbath: you begin with sundown on Friday and go through Saturday; we start with sundown on Saturday and go through Sunday.
We both do it with humble obedience to the Lord’s command, following
His own example of rest after the labor of creation, don’t we?
I propose that our fidelity to the Sabbath is good for us, and good for the world.
It’s good for us as we individually, and as a religious
community, need worship, prayer, and fellowship to keep our spirits
focused and our faith fervent.
A wise mentor once told me, “Science teaches us that the earth is not
the center of the universe. Faith teaches me that neither am I.”
God and others come first. The weekly reminder of the Sabbath.
I suppose that’s the message to be found in the startling decision of
Pope Benedict XVI to leave the Chair of St. Peter. It’s not about an
office, the pomp, the prominence, the prestige, the Holy Father hints,
but about Jesus and His Church. It’s really all about God.
That’s what you and I profess every Sabbath! That’s good for us; that’s good for our culture.
Two, we both value love and service. Just ten days
ago, on Ash Wednesday, as we began our forty days of fervent prayer,
penance, and acts of charity in preparation for our high holy days, the
fifty thousand folks who came through Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, heard
the words of your prophet, Isaiah.
“This is the worship and fasting that I wish: releasing those bound
unjustly, untying the thongs of the yoke; setting free the oppressed,
breaking every yoke; sharing your bread with the hungry, sheltering the
oppressed and the homeless; clothing the naked when you see them, and
not turning your back on your own.”
Jesus won’t let me brag about such work that we as Catholics do,
since, on that same day, Ash Wednesday, He told us in the Gospel that
our good works should be done in secret.
But, I sure can congratulate you for the radiant love,
service, and works of charity and justice you do! We’re all impressed by
your effective food and clothing drives, your Red Cross blood drives,
your community outreach and weekly bags of bread to the West Side Campaign Against Hunger. And we sure appreciated the partnership of the UJA with Catholic Charities in the Feeding Our Neighbors Campaign three weeks ago.
Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta observed, “There’s a word for faith without love, and that word is a sham.”
And Bl. John Paul II, who so loved you, remarked, “Men and women today learn much more from witness than from words.”
God bless you, Lincoln Square Synagogue, for the radiant witness of your love which make genuine the words of praise we express on the sabbath! (The Gospel in the Digital Age. For the dissection of this, see "You're Not Supposed To Do This").
Such blasphemy was practiced by a regular basis by the man who was the conciliar "archbishop" of New York from March 19, 1984, to May 3, 2000, John Joseph "Cardinal" O'Connor, including the time when he spoke approvingly of the decision of a Catholic man, Stephen Dubner, to convert to Talmudism:
But like many a Jewish son before him, he couldn't separate from his
mother. He wanted her approval. He presented his problem to Cardinal
O'Connor, who artfully contrived a theological olive branch: ''Tell
your mother that you have tried to study this, that you have prayed
about it, this is not just a revolt or a rejection, this is not a
dismissal of what you don't understand -- that this is where you think
God wants you to be, an informed Jew.'' (BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Words Upon the Heart, Heard at Last)
"Cardinal" O'Connor told an interviewer for the American Broadcasting Company's Nightline television program that "God is smiling on all of this" when recalling his conversation with Stephen Dubner. Oh, by the way, the wonderful people at the Nightline televised the interview on the evening of December 25, 1997.
O'Connor also told a B'Nai
Brith meeting in early-1998 that Judaism and Catholicism were meant to
"coexist side by side" until the end of time. "This is what my boss
(John Paul II) teaches, and I work for my boss." The original citation
for this came from a newspaper article that I cited in the printed pages
of Christ or Chaos. There is also an allusion to this address in a
reminiscence of O'Connor provided by the late pro-abortion "papal"
"knight," Rabbi Leon Klenicki, in Full of Grace: An Oral Biography of John Cardinal O'Connor, edited by Terry Golway:
Once we invited him to talk at one of the
Anti-Defamation League dinners. He was there to help present a booklet
we had put out. During his speech, he told a story about how he once
went to a Reform synagogue and he was the only one there with a
yarmulke. Several Reform rabbis who were there looked at each others--I
think they couldn't believe it--but everybody was laughing. The Cardinal
had a serious point, too. Later that night, he said that he was
in pain because there are Jews who do not want to exercise their
Judaism because of assimilation or other reasons. It is their duty to
practice their faith, he said, to prove that God exists and to refute
the Holocaust. He sounded very much like a rabbi when he spoke. The
crowd was all around him afterwards, shaking his hand and embracing him.
I told him if he ever needed a job I knew a congregation that could use
him. (Page 148 of Full of Grace: An Oral Biography of John Cardinal O'Connor.)
John Joseph "Cardinal" O'Connor did what the "pope," Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II, who appointed him to the sees of Scranton and New York did throughout his 9,666 day tenure as the universal public face of apostasy.
Timothy Michael "Cardinal" Dolan is simply doing what the "pope," Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, who appointed him to the see of New York did throughout his own nearly eight years of theological wreckage and what Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis is doing at the present time.
Wojtyla/John Paul II repeatedly praised false religions, including Mohammedanism.
Here are just one out of many examples:
At this time I wish to express my respect for the
Muslim representatives present here. Through you I send my cordial
greetings to the entire Muslim community throughout Ghana.
During my recent visit to Turkey I had the occasion
to speak special words of friendship for my Islamic brothers and
sisters. My words were the expression of a contact that was fostered by
the Second Vatican Council, and that found an important reference in the
memorable Message to Africa of Paul VI in 1967. On that occasion he
stated: "We also wish to express our esteem for all the followers of
Islam living in Africa, who have principles in common with Christianity,
which give us glad hope of an effective dialogue. Meanwhile, we express
our wish that Muslims and Christians live as neighbours mutual respect
will be constantly present in social life also, and common action to
promote the acceptance and the defence of man’s fundamental rights"
Yes, mutual respect based on mutual understanding
and directed to the joint service of humanity is a great contribution to
Hence today I renew my own sentiments of esteem and
those of the whole Catholic Church for the Muslims of Ghana and of all
Africa, praying that the Almighty and Merciful God will grant
peace and brotherhood to all the members of the human family. And may
the harmony of creation and the great cause of human dignity be advanced
through our fraternal solidarity and friendship. (To the Muslim Leaders of Ghana, Accra, May 8, 1980.)
Among the times that Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI spoke favorably of Mohammedanism was in May of 2009 when he called a mosque in Amman, Jordan, a "sacred" and a "jewel place" that stands out on the face of the earth:
Places of worship, like this splendid
Al-Hussein Bin Talal mosque named after the revered late King, stand out
like jewels across the earth’s surface. From the ancient to the modern,
the magnificent to the humble, they all point to the divine, to the
Transcendent One, to the Almighty. And through the centuries these
sanctuaries have drawn men and women into their sacred space to pause,
to pray, to acknowledge the presence of the Almighty, and to recognize
that we are all his creatures. (Speech
to Muslim religious leaders, members of the Diplomatic Corps and
Rectors of universities in Jordan in front of the mosque al-Hussein bin
Talal in Amman)
What does the Catholic Church teach about the marks of respect shown to adherents of Mohammedans by the lords of conciliarism, including the likes of Timothy Michael "Cardinal" Dolan?
Here is just a little review for you:
From a purely objective point of view, regardless of the doctrinal teaching professed by Mohammedans and Catholics, it is evident that Almighty God is the God over both. God exists. His existence is not dependent on the acknowledgement of mankind that He exists. Nor is God's existence dependent upon any religion. He is the Creator and the Providence of the Universe: the whole of creation, the entire cosmos, of all existing things, whether they be angels, human beings, animals or plants, animate or inanimate. He is also the Savior and the Judge of the living and the dead, having redeemed mankind and must judge Catholics and Mohammedans, believers and atheists. Their god is but another strange god. On every essential point concerning the true God and the nature of the true God, the Mohammedan belief radically and seriously conflicts with the established and revealed Dogma of the Catholic Church.
Again from a purely subjective thinking the Muslims might think and believe with a firm confidence that they are worshiping the true God, "Allah" yet the reality is quite the contrary as objectively speaking we can only affirm the contrary. This point is clear from Scripture "Whosoever does not continue in the doctrine of Christ does not have God". - II St. Jn 1:9
The teaching and the beliefs of Catholicism and Mohammedanism are different and contrary. Their concept of, and their approach to God, diverge and conflict. Catholics indeed accept as dogmatic truth the Holy Trinity, the Incarnation and the Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Moslems vehemently and vociferously deny the Blessed Trinity , the Incarnation , the Crucifixion of our Divine Lord and the Divinity of Christ . The Mohammedans have such a carnal notion of heaven that St. Alphonsus did not hesitate to declare "The Mohammedan Paradise, is only fit for beasts; for filthy sensual pleasure is all the believer has to expect there." 
The Catholic and Christian God is 'The Trinity,' and our Lord Jesus Christ, the second Person of that Trinity, is the Creator and One true and merciful God. Despite monotheistic appearances, we do not have the same God; we do not have the same mediator. How then can it be that " together with us they (The Moslems) adore the one, merciful God."  This is incredible!
The Catholic Teaching: "Without faith it is impossible to please God." - Heb. 11:6
Mohammedans are infidels for "broadly speaking, infidels are those who do not possess the true faith; while in the strict sense infidels are the un-baptized". They are divided into monotheists (Jews and Moslems), polytheists (Hindus, Buddhists, etc.), and atheists.
From a Catholic perspective the Islamic worship is another form of false worship given to a "strange god" for as we read in scripture "All the gods of the Nations are Idols" - I Para 16:26
It would be blasphemous to declare that these false religions are the working of God. On the Contrary ''all faithful disciples of Jesus Christ well know that the false religions are only instruments of the devil to deceive souls and place them beyond Salvation" - [8a]
Pope Pius X long ago put forward that the modernist if they take logically there doctrine, would have no grounds for denying the Muslims there "experience" of " god" as being just as valid as that of another "believer" and hence he states:
"Here it is well to note at once that, given this doctrine of experience united with that of symbolism, every religion, even that of paganism, must be held to be true. What is to prevent such experiences from being found in any religion? In fact, that they are so is maintained by not a few. On what grounds can Modernists deny the truth of an experience affirmed by a follower of Islam? [8b]
What a prophetic insight, Pope Pius X was so accurate that not even the Modernist came to deny what he stated, but only affirm the above with great audacity.
The Baltimore Catechism (No. 3) states as follows:
Q. 1148. How do we offer God false worship?
A. We offer God false worship by rejecting the religion He has instituted and following one pleasing to ourselves, with a form of worship He has never authorized, approved or sanctioned.
Islam clearly comes under the notion of false worship that (objectively speaking) is not render to God.
The psalmist tells us that "All the Gods of the Gentiles are Devils" (Psalm 96:5) and hence to whom do they render their worship? The Scriptures tell us clearly " They provoked him by strange gods, and stirred him up to anger, with their abominations. They sacrificed to devils and not to God: to gods whom they knew not: that were newly come up, whom their fathers worshipped not. " (Deut 32:16- 17 Cf. also Baruch 4:7)
They "sacrificed to devils and not to God" - regardless of whether or not they might have believed they were rendering homage to the True God, the reality is quite the contrary! It is an erroneous proposition to qualify a prayer addressed to the devil as authentic prayer.
Islam is a false Religion. A false religion is any non-Christian religion "in so far as it is not the religion that God revealed and wants to see practiced. Moreover, every non-Catholic Christian sect is false in so far as it neither accepts nor faithfully practices the entire content of Revelation." 
Christ tells us who the true worshipers shall be: "But the hour cometh and now is, when the true adorers shall adore the Father in spirit and in truth." (Jn. 4:23).
These words go directly against the terminology now used by the modernist hierarchy. They speak from a subjective position wishing to dogmatize and "opinion" which goes directly against the mind of the Church on this point.
This religious subjectivism, which she has always condemned under the names of indifferentism or latitudinarianism, and which "seeks to justify itself under the pretended claims of liberty, failing to recognize the rights of objective truth which are made manifest either by the lights of reason or by Revelation." 
This subjectivism only leads to that Religious indifferentism, which is "one of the most deleterious heresies" and which "places all religions on an equal footing," inevitably leads one to consider the truth of religious belief as merely a matter of utility for a well-regulated life.... "One ends by considering religion as an entirely individual thing which can be adapted to the dispositions of each one, letting everyone form his own personal religion, and by concluding that all the religions are good even though they contradict each other." 
The Church is not concerned with the subjective dispositions of men. This is for God to Judge. The Church is concerned with objective facts. Her judgments are objective. Pope St. Pius X, for this reason declared that "those who die as infidels are damned." [11a]
1907 “In answer to a question as to whether Confucius could have been saved,wrote:’It is not allowed to affirm that Confucius was saved. Christians, when interrogated, must answer that those who die as infidels are damned.’ ”
Revelation is a reality, a fact, a truth accredited by God by sure signs. This revelation of God can in no way be placed on the same footing as those erroneous beliefs of infidels. We may say that the Mohammedans worship a false god, the god of their own making, which a deviation from the right worship of the true God.
Further we might rightly ask with St. Paul, "How then shall they call upon Him in whom they have not believed?" - Rom 10: 14
Although the modern terminology used might not seem to be "explicitly heretical" in nevertheless leads one down this path to apostasy. This vague terminology, which has been employed to put forward an erroneous notion of the faith so that we may be deceived along the path of syncretism. Yves Marsaudon, in his book Ecumenism as seen by a Traditional Freemason, commented favorably on the ecumenism that was nurtured at Vatican II. He said:
"Catholics and especially the conservatives must not forget that all roads lead to God. And they will have to accept that this courageous idea of free-thinking, which we can really call a revolution, pouring forth from our Masonic lodges has spread magnificently over the dome of Saint Peter’s." 
This is precisely path of deception to which the enemies of the Church hope to direct her. For this reason St. Pius X, who could see where this disorientation in precise terminology was leading, required every would-be Catholic priest to recite the following words at the feet of his Ordinary:
"I condemn and reject premises from which it follows that dogmas are either false or doubtful". 
The Council of Florence, clearly sets down the four notes of heresy as follows:
1) a pertinacious adherence to teachings expressly contradictory to that which has been defined by the Church;
2) an opinion opposed to a doctrine not explicitly defined by the Church nor clearly proposed dogmatically as an article of Faith;
3) a proposition that, although not directly contradictory to the Faith, nonetheless necessarily entails logical consequences against it; and
4) a speculation which reaches a certain degree of probability of being against the Faith.
The Modernist's in using these subjective terms to formulate their erroneous notions that "We together with the Muslims worship the same God" go directly against the above statements of the Council of Florence. This formulation works directly against the Churches dogma "Outside the Church there is No Salvation" 
Pope Leo XIII, affirms in his encyclical "Satis Cognitum": "Nothing is more dangerous than the heretics who, while conserving almost all the remainder of the Church's teaching intact, corrupt with a single word, like a drop of poison, the purity and the simplicity of the faith which we have received through tradition from God and through the Apostles."
Although it is true to say that the reason that those outside the Church are not saved is not purely because they worship a false 'god' nevertheless there is still a clear connection. When Christ states, "No one comes to the Father but through me" (Jn. 14:6), this precisely means, if you don't posses Christ, you can't posses the Father (God) for Christ is that door to the Father. Hence without Christ there is no salvation from God. The relation is evident. Again this is confirmed by St. Irenaeus who wrote, "Thus, without the Holy Spirit, we cannot see the Word of God; and without the Son no one can go to the Father." [15a]
The only authentic prayer is true prayer addressed to the true God. Pope Leo XIII declares without hesitation that "the fitting and devout worship of God, which is to be found chiefly in the divine sacrifice and in the dispensation of the sacraments, as well as salutary laws and discipline . . . The (Catholic) Church alone offers to the human race that religion" [15b]
Pope Pius XI declares the same saying that "In her (the Catholic Church) alone is Christ believed with a faith whole and entire, worshiped with sincere homage of adoration, and loved with the constant flame of ardent Charity" [15c]
What happened to the 1st Commandment?
I am the Lord thy God...Thou shalt not have strange gods before me....Thou shalt not adore them, nor serve them..." (Ex. 20:2-5).
If all religions worship the true God by simply claiming to be doing so, then one could not violate the 1st Commandment since all worship of any “god” would be tantamount to worshiping the true "God" according to the post the modernist element in the hierarchy, yet this would not only render the 1st Commandment obsolete but make it seem as though God had given us and absurd command. God does not command anything in vain.
The first commandment is not optional. A man cannot worship in any way that which he does not believe in, for the Law of Praying determines the law of believing, and vice-versa. If Mohammedans believe in a one-person deity, that is what they worship, and in no way can we logically argue that they worship with us the Holy Trinity.
We are not unfamiliar with the notion that claims that they implicitly worship the trinity, yet we cannot maintain this from an objective stand point for the simple reason that we can not hold that one worships implicitly what he explicitly rejects.
In our day and age it is often too easily forgotten that all non-Catholic worship is offensive to God and clearly violates the first commandment. This is because the "first commandment may be broken by giving to a creature the honor which belongs to God alone or by false worship." [16a]
The Church has always regarded the worship of Non Catholics as mere acts of superstitions since "there are four kinds of superstition, namely, illegitimate worship of the true God, idolatry, divination, and superstitious practices. The first consists in a false worship, though applied to the living God; for instance, if you worship Him (God) according to the Mosaic law, which is contrary to all the precepts of the Gospel; or if you adopt a new religion in opposition to the doctrine if the universal Church." [16b] Hence it is clear that "any public worship of the true God, outside the Catholic Church constitutes a superstitious worship of God as no other Church is authorized to give public worship to God. [16c]
Religion has an intellectual foundation, that is, it is based on knowledge. To be true religion its basis must be truth. The basis must be true both speculatively and practically. In other words, true religion must be based on a correct knowledge of God as existing and worthy of all honor, and of the manner and obligation of worshipping Him. On the other hand, religion is false if what is not God is considered to be God, and worshipped as God, or if there is error in the worship of the true God. Therefore, God is not truly worshipped when erroneous signs are used in His worship, as those of the Jews, or when superfluous ceremonies are employed, as by pagans and may heretics. [16d]
Although subjectively, it is the virtue of religion which prompts a man to render to God the worship and reverence that is His by right. [16e]
It is to be noted that an act based on a false religion cannot be really an act of virtue. For a virtue requires a morally good work. But in the cult (worship) of a false god, or in the false and superstitious worship of the true God, there can be no moral goodness, since such worship is opposed to right reason. [16f]
St. Pope Pius X, truly the Pope of our Age, could see where such absurd reason of the Modernists was leading the Church as he affirmed:
"... a great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, nor discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world the reign of legalized cunning and force, the oppression of the weak, and of those who toil and suffer." [17a]
True ecumenism with the Muslims
"Those who have learned theology well," says St. Basil, “will not allow even one iota of Catholic dogmas to be betrayed. They will, if necessary, willingly undergo any kind of death in their defense." [17b]
One of the greatest frauds presented to us by a great number of the current hierarchy is the false notion of ecumenism, which in reality is not ecumenism but simple "syncretism" going by the name of "ecumenism. True Ecumenism requires all those outside the Church to come to the Ark of Salvation so that they may not perish.
True ecumenism can be effectively defined as follows:
"The unity of Christians cannot otherwise be obtained than by securing the return of the separated to the one true Church of Christ from which they once unhappily withdrew. To the one true Church of Christ, we say, that stands forth before all and that by the will of its Founder will remain forever the same as when He Himself established it for the salvation of all mankind." 
This has been the constant teaching of the Church. Holy Mother Church has always taught that true unity cannot be effected, except by a unity in faith and government. 
Pope Pius IX condemned in his syllabus of errors the following false notions:
"Every man is free to embrace and profess that religion which, guided by the light of reason, he shall consider true." (Proposition XV).
"Man may, in the observance of any religion whatever, find the way of eternal salvation and arrive at eternal salvation." (Proposition XVI).
The real problem with this false ecumenism (which lead to indifferentism) is not only the fact that Catholics are being deceived but in the same process so are the infidels and non-believers and they sadly continue on the road to perdition without being told to recant their errors.
Catholics often forget that those faithful living on earth come under the title of "Church Militant". What is a Catholic who does not confess his faith or worse yet a Catholic who does not believe his faith?
St. Peter Canisius puts it this way: "Who is to be called a Christian? He who confesses the doctrine of Christ and His Church. Hence, he is truly a Christian thoroughly condemns and detests, the Jewish, Mohammedan, and the heretical cults and sects." 
What did St. Peter Mavimenus tell the Mohammedans? Did he say, "We worship the same God, all is well" No! He told them the truth, he put it this way to them "Whoever does not embrace the Catholic Christian religion will be damned, as was your false prophet Mohammed." 
Again we read that Blessed Nicholas Tavilich was just as stern as he openly states, "You Mohammedans are in a state of everlasting damnation. Your Koran is not God's law nor is it revealed by Him. Far from being a good thing, your law is utterly evil. It is founded neither in the Old Testament nor in the New. In it are lies, foolish things, buffooneries, contradictions, and much that leads not to virtue and goodness but to evil and to all manner of vice." 
St. Alphonsus attests to the fact how the Holy Monk St. Goerge of San Saba openly confessed to the Mohammedans: "But the holy monk (St. George of San Saba) having declared that Mahomet was a disciple of the devil, and that his followers were in a state of perdition, he also was condemned (to martyrdom) with his companions." 
The same we read in the testimony of the five disciples of St. Francis of Assisi, who when reproached by the followers of Koran for preaching against Mohammed, simply responded by saying "We have come to preach faith in Jesus Christ to you, that you will renounce Mohammad, that wicked slave of the devil, and obtain everlasting life like us" [23a]
Further we read in the life of St. John Vianney how he stated openly to a Protestant who believed that his worship rendered to God should do him just as well in his Protestant Sect as it would have in the Catholic faith, The Saint responded to him with the contrary advice saying "My friend, there are not two ways of serving Our Lord; there is only one good way, and it is to serve Him as He wishes to be served".
This is the truth we must speak in charity and honesty to these lost souls who without the grace and redemption of Christ can't be saved for By nature, men are "children of wrath" (Eph. 2:3); by Him, we have been reconciled with the Father (Col. 1:20), and it is only by faith in Him that we can have the boldness to approach God with entire confidence (Eph. 3:12). To Him was given all power in heaven and on earth (Mt. 28:18), and at His name every knee must bend, in heaven, on earth, and under the earth (Phil. 2:10,11). No one goes to the Father save by Him (Jn. 14:6), and there is no other name under heaven given to man by which he must be saved (Acts 4:12). He is the Light that enlightens every man who comes into the world (Jn.1:9), and whoever does not follow Him wanders in darkness (Jn. 8:12). Who is not with Him is against Him (Mt. 13:30), and who does not honor Him also dishonors His Father who sent Him (as the Jews do) (Jn. 5:23).
Christ says, " Do you think I came to bring peace on earth? No I tell you but division?" With the truth, division must come. This should not dishearten the man of God for "If God is for us, who is against us" - Rom 8:31 (Do Catholics and Muslims worship the same God, by Raymond Taouck.)
What Catholics must come to understand is that conciliarism has strange doctrines that are just as hateful in the sight of the Most Blessed Trinity as any other false religion, including Mohammedanism, as to reject one article of the Catholic Faith is to reject It in Its entirety. Yes, The Chair is Still Empty.
We must look beyond the apostasies and blasphemies and sacrileges of the present moment as we trust completely in the mercies of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, rendering unto that Heart of Hearts all of our prayers and penances and mortifications and sufferings and humiliations through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart out of which It was formed, the Immaculate Heart of Mary itself, especially during this month of June that is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Our trust must be in the Eucharistic piety and total Marian consecration as we pray as many Rosaries each day as our freely chosen states in life permit.
We must resolve, once and for all, not to be anxious about anything in the world as we trust totally in the mercies of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and and the intercessory power of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
We must stand up to evil in our own lives, rooting it out from our souls in cooperation with the graces sent to us by Our Lord through Our Lady's loving hands as the Mediatrix of All Graces, and fear never to call it by its proper name in the world or in the counterfeit church of conciliarism that has made its reconciliation with its false, anti-Incarnational and religiously indifferentist premises.
May the offerings we continue make in this month of June to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary help to transform a world of lies into a world where He, the Way, the Truth and the Life, is recognized as the One and only Redeemer of men, that His truths have been entrusted for all eternity to the authority of the Catholic Church, which will forever champion His Social Reign over men and nations as the conciliar revolutionaries and their insane schemes are vanquished once and for all.
Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.