Pope’s decision to condone the rapid spread of Islam in Europe is being challenged by Catholic Leaders
Francis and Turkey Mufti Yaran in Agreement? Apparently yes
1-29-17, World Tribune -- Several leaders in the Catholic Church are openly challenging what they say is Pope Francis’s decision to condone the rapid spread of Islam in Europe. Hungarian Catholic head Laszlo Kiss Rigo said: “[T]hey are not refugees, this is an invasion, they come here with cries of ‘Allahu Akbar’, they want to take over. They speak in open opposition to Pope Francis, who does not seem too impressed by the collapse of Christianity due to falling birth rates, accompanied by religious apathy and its replacement by Islam.”
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn, Archbishop of Vienna who is seen as a top candidate to succeed Francis, has appealed to save Europe’s Christian roots. “Many Muslims want and say that ‘Europe is finished." He accused Europe of “forgetting its Christian identity.” He then denounced the possibility of “an Islamic conquest of Europe.”
The leader of the Czech Roman Catholic Church, Cardinal Miloslav Vlk, also warned about the threat of Islamization. “Muslims in Europe have many more children than Christian families; that is why demographers have been trying to come up with a time when Europe will become Muslim.” More here:
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