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Ganoune Diop Participates in an Ecumenical Prayer to Mother Earth, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, Brother Fire, Sister Water, Brother Wind and Sister Death

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Ganoune Diop Participates in an Ecumenical Prayer to Mother

The prayer is called the Canticle of Creation (Brother Sun and Sister Moon) and was composed by Saint Francis of Assisi. This religious song was recited on September 3, 2020 during the committee meeting of the Global Christian Forum (GCF), an international ecumenical forum where Roman Catholics, Evangelicals and Seventh-day Adventists work together towards peaceful coexistence.

Ganoune Diop of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and Father Andrzej Choromanski of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity were present. The PCPCU reported that during the committee meeting the GCF discussed the need to foster mutual respect, address common concerns and promote Christian unity. The GCF also pledged to “intensify” its efforts to encourage “regional and national gatherings of Christian leaders.” Then the Vatican-led PCPCU published the following:

“Taking place during the time when the ecumenical family celebrates the Season of Creation, the meeting ended with the prayer of the Canticle of Creation of Saint Francis."

Ganoune Diop and members of the GCF were commemorating the “Season of Creation,” a 5-week celebration in which people renew their commitment to the creation, and the “Canticle of Saint Francis” a song/prayer that promotes the veneration of Mother Earth. We have leaders who have no problem participating in, witnessing and listening to these pantheistic ceremonies, year after year.

How long will the leaders at the highest levels of the church continue to waste time, resources and energy in the futile pursuit of “unity” with religious organizations that have absolutely no intention of embracing the truth of the Three Angels’ Message; but instead, are promoting Mother Earth worship, Sunday sacredness, pagan mysticism, eco-revolution and ecumenism?

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