Karol Wojtyła

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Karol Wojtyła, Anti-Pope John Paul II of the Vatican II sect.

Karol Józef Wojtyła (18 May 19202 April 2005), better known as Pope John Paul II, is alleged to have served as Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church and was de facto Sovereign of Vatican City from October 16, 1978 until his death almost 27 years later. His mother's name was Kaczorowska, which is often used by Jews in Poland from the Jewish name "Katz". He also stated, that in his youth he often participated in play with Jews, typically on the Jewish side. His reign was controversial and some have raised the question of him being an Anti-Pope, particularly due to his promotion of dubious concepts about non-Christian religions. The most infamous example being the 1986 World Day of Prayer at Assisi.

His Jewishness

Wojtyla's mother was Emilia Kaczorowska (Emily Katz), she was from a Jewish family of Bielsko-Biala, in the Jewish cemetry can be found his grandmothers tomb (Anna Scholz) and of his grand-grandmother (Zuzanna Rybicka).

His father was a Polish officer, but Karol went into Jewish school. After the German liberation of Poland he had to hide because of his Jewishness and he did manual work. He become member of the illegal Jewish theatre "Rapsodic theatre', where he got acquainted with a beatiful Jewish girl, Ginka Beer. Ginka Beer was catched later due to her Jewish appeareance, and Wojtyle did not hear about her any more, He was near to commiting suicide because of Ginka. A priest teacher called him to participate in an illegal priest seminary. After the war he continued his studies at the Jagello university and become a priest on November 1-th 1946.

It is also fact, that bishops like Jean-Marie Lustiger were his favourites, that speaks for itself.


Controversies

Apologising for Church history

Wojtyla is despised by many serious Catholics as a cowardly degenerate for pandering to the propaganda of anti-Catholics by "apologising" for so-called "crimes" in Church history without mustering up even a basic defence for the Catholic world or trying to give balanced account of throw-away soundbites. Some of the more notorious "apologies" include;

Apologising in 2001 to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I for the sacking of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade in 1204. The Roman Pontiff of the day Pope Innocent III did not decree or consent to the sacking in the first place. The mission was redirected on the initiative of the Doge of Venice, Enrico Dandolo and the Venetians were in large part motivated by desiring a reprisal for the massacre of the Latins (particularly Venetians) in Constantinople in 1182, where around 56,000 were massacred. Wojtyla didn't bother to ask Bartholomew I to in turn apologise for the massacre.

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References

  1. "Jews and Money". ADL of B'nai B'rith.  Retrieved on 14 March 2012.

External links

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