So says Cardinal Koch. Will this get him slapped down by Pope Francis? Will a fatwa now be issued on his neck?
Yet, the Jews are exempt!
That's right, the Church still has a "mission to convert," but not the Jews.
Cardinal Koch doesn't think Jews warrant saving by Our Lord Jesus Christ whom they rejected once already and therefore, don't need Him. Since we know that this is not true, then either we are deluded and have been wrong for 2000 years or Cardinal Koch is a liar and an anti-semite.
As a Catholic who dearly loves his elder brothers and sister in the Faith let me say this; there is no salvation outside of the Church that Yeshua founded upon Cephas. He is the Messiah you have been waiting for. If Cardinal Koch and Pope Francis won't say it, this simple layman will.
You must come to Jesus Christ and be baptised in water and the Spirit in order to be saved and do so within His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Jews, Muslims, Pagans, Atheists, all must come!
Or you don't.
Cardinal Koch: We Should Try to Save the Souls of All Men Except the Jews FeaturedWritten by Chris Jackson | Remnant Columnist
Christians still have a “mission to convert” Muslims and members of other religions to Christianity even in the face of persecution in the Middle East, one of Pope Francis’s most senior aides has insisted.
It should be noted that many Neo-Catholic newspapers, blogs, and websites reported the story with only this headline. Straining to find any semblance of orthodoxy coming from today’s Vatican, Neo-Catholic journalists were quick to publicize that Cardinal Koch said we have a mission to convert Muslims. The fact that they feel compelled to report this statement as if it were a new and earthshattering teaching is itself a condemnation of the Neo-Catholic view that nothing has changed in the Church. It’s as if the Neo-Catholics had humbly resigned themselves to believing the Church should no longer convert Muslims and were then surprised and happy to see that we can try to convert them again. This is the sad condition of people whose faith is based on the ever changing statements of Vatican bureaucracies rather than the Catholic religion. Unfortunately for the Neo-Catholics, Cardinal Koch’s statements did not end there: