"The unforgiveable sins this earth must confront and overcome are
Nationalism, capitalism, and hoarding. The idea of every nation
should be forgot, price should be struck from the commons, and
princes should be seen for the devils they are. The sins include
our church, secret societies, and other religions which make of
the spirit of God a divide."
Last rites declaration of Ioannes Paulus PP. II (Karol Wojtyla)
2nd April 2005
That God will make a new covenant with the Messiah, and the old will be
annulled. Jer. 31:31. Mandata non bona.107
That the old things will be forgotten. Isaiah 43:18, 19; 65:17, 10
That the Ark will no longer be remembered. Jer. 3:15, 16
That the temple should be rejected. Jer 7:12, 13, 14.
That the sacrifices should be rejected, and other pure sacrifices
established. Malachi 1:11.
That the order of Aaron's priesthood should be rejected, and that of
Melchizedek introduced by the Messiah. Ps. Dixit Dominus.
That this priesthood should be eternal. Ibid.
That Jerusalem should be rejected, and Rome admitted, Ibid.
That the name of the Jews should be rejected, and a new name given. Isaiah
That this last name should be more excellent than that of the Jews, and
eternal. Isaiah 56:5.
That the Jews should be without prophets (Amos), without a king, without
princes, without sacrifice, without an idol.
That the Jews should, nevertheless, always remain a people. Jer. 31:36
611. Republic.--The Christian republic--and even the Jewish--has only had
God for ruler, as Philo the Jew notices, On Monarchy.
When they fought, it was for God only; their chief hope was in God only;
they considered their towns as belonging to God only, and kept them for God.
I Chron. 19:13.
612. Gen. 17:7. Statuam pactum meum inter me et te foedere sempiterno... us
sim Deus tuus...
Et tu ergo custodies pactum meum.109
Perpetuity.--That religion has always existed on earth which consists in
believing that man has fallen from a state of glory and of communion with
God into a state of sorrow, penitence, and estrangement from God, but that
after this life we shall be restored by a Messiah who should have come. All
things have passed away, and this has endured, for which all things are.
Men have in the first age of the world been carried away into every kind of