Council of Constantinople II (553 AD)…

…judges Francis’ idea that catholics and muslims adore the same God

  • Anathema upon those who do not confess one God in Three Persons

If anyone does not confess that (there is) one nature or substance of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and one power and one might, and that the Trinity is consubstantial, one Godhead being worshipped in three substances, or persons, let such a one be anathema. (Denzinger-Hünermann 421. Council of Constantinople II, Session III, June 2, 553)

…judges Francis’ prayer in the ecumenical and interreligious Meeting in Sarajevo

  • Jesus Christ is true God and one of the Holy Trinity

If anyone does not confess that Jesus Christ, our Lord, who was crucified in the flesh is true God, and Lord of glory, and one of the Holy Trinity, let such a one be anathema. (Denzinger-Hünermann 432. Council of Constantinople, II Ecumenical V, May 10, 553)