Recent news captured everybody´s attention. Believe it or not, Pope Francis surprised everyone by creating a new religion.
“Chrislam” is the name of this new religion, and it is supposed to lead the world from 2022 on.
Apparently, the word “Chrislam” comes from the combination of Catholic Christianity and Islam, and it originated in a search for the inclusion of all religions.
The idea is to put them all together into one and support the LGBT + P movement.
In the same way, they affirm that the purpose of this idea is letting the “rejected ones” (pedophiles, LGTB people, and Muslims) take participation in church leadership.
Apparently, Chrislam has a base in Abu Dhabi, where a mega construction has been done that has unleashed the fulfillment of thousands of prophecies that appear in the Bible.
“Mutual brotherhood” is the premise in which a group of 13 cardinals will use.
The new cardinals defend the commitment of the inclusion of homosexual Catholics, the dialogue between Muslim communities and the concern on issues of climate change and the environment.
They come from different countries and their main goal is to highlight their work with Muslim, Asian and gay leaders who want to hold positions in Catholicism.
The new cardinals are:
Miguel Ángel Cardinal Ayuso Guixot (Spain).
José Tolentino Cardinal Calaça de Mendonça (Portugal)
Ignacio Cardinal Suharyo, Metropolitan Archbishop of Jakarta (Indonesia)
Juan de la Caridad Cardinal García Rodríguez, Metropolitan Archbishop of Havana (Cuba)
Cardinal Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Cap. OFM, Metropolitan Archbishop of Kinshasa (Congo-Kinshasa)
Jean-Claude Cardinal Hollerich, SJ, Archbishop of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
Álvaro Leonel Cardinal Ramazzini Imeri, Bishop of Huehuetenango (Guatemala)
Matteo Maria Cardenal Zuppi, Metropolitan Archbishop of Bologna (Italy)
Cristóbal López Cardenal Romero, SDB, Archbishop of Rabat (Morocco)
Michael Cardinal Czerny, SJ, Titular Archbishop of Beneventum.
Michael Louis Cardinal Fitzgerald, M. Afr., Titular Archbishop of Nepte, Apostolic Nuncio emeritus to Egypt.
Sigitas Cardinal Tamkevičius, SJ, Emeritus of the Metropolitan Archbishop of Kaunas (Lithuania)
Eugenio Cardenal Dal Corso, PSDP, Bishop Emeritus of Benguela (Angola)