POPE FRANCIS CARE ABOUT OTHER RELIGIONS?

Why does Pope Francis care about other religions?
I thought that infallible church decrees throughout history regard non-Catholics and their beliefs as abominations. Gotta be #trendy to keep the greenbacks coming.
Asked By TommyKaye 18-21, M in Embarassing and Funny

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Because all revealed relgions are one.
Judaism, Christianity, Islam are known as one Abrahamic Revelation. True believers of all religions are saints, sages, philanthropists. Only false followers, fanatics, corrupted priests in later centuries causing confusions with rituals, ceremonies, human interpretations.
Today, the Baha’i Faith, with many more Holy Books, is showing the globalized mankind the eternal way back to God.
All religions can be summarized in one word: Love.
New learning discloses that love is of four types: love of God to God, love of God to man, love of man to God, and love of man to man.
A true doctor can understand medical science of all time.
A true religious person can also understand religion beyond space and time.
The Age we are living now was prophesied as the Age of human matuirty, in which all words of God are publicised to all eyes and verification can be made rationally to all human beings.
The embrace of Pope Francis and the Islamic and Jewish leaders is an eloquent proof of universal understanding.
All praise be to God in this Great Age.

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Abdul-Baha says:

In cycles gone by, each one of the Manifestations of God hath had His own rank in the world of existence, and each hath represented a stage in the development of humanity. But the Manifestation of the Most Great Name — may my life be a sacrifice for His loved ones — was an expression of the coming of age, the maturing of man’s inmost reality in this world of being. For the sun is the source and well-spring of light and heat, the focal point of splendours, and it compriseth all the perfections that are made manifest by the other stars which have dawned upon the world.
(Abdu’l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu’l-Baha, p. 56)

HAIKU

Divine religions
One in divine unity
From the love of God

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