I think I said before that our objective is not to proselytise

Spiritual realities surpass natural realities, often evading the capacity of our limited intelligence. That’s why the Divine Master frequently used analogies when he explained the marvels of his kingdom to his followers. Among them is the parable of the yeast: ‘The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed with three measures of wheat flour until the whole batch was leavened’ (Mt 13:33). The Fathers and Doctors of the Church, as well as the Magisterium, have always considered, in different ways, this image as a symbol of the dynamism of apostolic teaching. In obedience to the mandate of the Redeemer – ‘Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations’ (Mt 28:19) – the Church should reach the entire world and transform the face of the earth.

Were the Apostles mistaken about the extensiveness and objective of their mission? Let’s see what the Magisterium has to say… Go on reading…

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  1. This goes directly against the commandment of Our Lord to baptize all peoples in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. No need for anything else to prove that this guy is against Jesus Christ.

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