ROME, September 13, 2019 — In a renewed and enthusiastic endorsement of globalism, Pope Francis has announced he is hosting an initiative for a “Global Pact” to create a “new humanism.”
Further signaling his position as chauffeur of the Global Warming Bandwagon during an age of increased fear over climate change, Pope Francis has now invited leaders to sign a "Global Pact" to create a "new humanism."
This global event—set to take place at the Vatican on May 14, 2020—is themed 'Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance (or RGEA).
The Marian Connection
You may be interested to know that the day before the Global Pact signing event (May 13) at the Vatican is the Catholic feast Our Lady of Fatima.
It is possible that this Global Pact event may be accompanied by supernatural Marian apparitions. Be watchful (Luke 21:36).
Global Pact on Education
The Pope is inviting representatives of the main religions, international organizations and various humanitarian institutions, as well as key figures from the world of politics, economics and academia, and prominent athletes, scientists and sociologists to sign a 'Global Pact on Education' so as to 'hand on to younger generations a united and fraternal common home.'" And what is the main issue? You can probably guess.
Due to increased global fears over the Earth’s climate, Francis senses that the climate (pardon the pun) is right to create a new worldwide collective to address global social justice issues. Others sense this cosmic shift too, such as author and director Tom Athanasiou, who wrote just two days ago that: “Only a Global Green New Deal Can Save the Planet.” Link.
On September 12, the Pope said in a video message that "universal solidarity" can only be achieved by way of a "global education pact."
LifeSiteNews noted that Pope Francis issued a "strikingly secular message" on the pact that contained just one reference to God and even echoed former First Lady Hillary Clinton's favorite phrase: "It takes a village to raise a child."
"This [Global Pact] will result in men and women who are open, responsible, prepared to listen, dialogue and reflect with others, and capable of weaving relationships with families, between generations, and with civil society, and thus to create a new humanism," said Pope Francis.
The Pope added that an "alliance" must be formed "between the earth's inhabitants and our 'common home,' which we are bound to care for and respect. An alliance that generates peace, justice and hospitality among all peoples of the human family, as well as dialogue between religions." He did not issue a call for a one-world government. Yet.
But he is getting closer. Much closer:
"In the current situation of globalization not only of the economy but also of technological and cultural exchanges, the nation-state is no longer able to procure the common good of its population alone," Pope Francis told the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
"While, according to the principle of subsidiarity, individual nations must be given the power to operate as far as they can, on the other hand, groups of neighboring nations — as is already the case — can strengthen their cooperation by attributing the exercise of certain functions and services to intergovernmental institutions that manage their common interests."
To those who are convinced (the Pope, the UN, and leftists the world over) that the only way to achieve the common good of humanity (and stop the climate from changing), is concentrating all governments into a single authority, loyalty to one’s homeland or patriotism has become a damnatory evil.
Guess who would assume control over this new geopolitical power? The one who is summoning these world leaders to the Vatican on May 24th. 2020. Yes, it’s on a Sunday.
Prophecy News Update:
“For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God” (1 Thessalonians 4:16).