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Two Catholic Masses will Feature an Ecumenical Choir made up of Catholics, Adventists, Baptists, and others in order to Celebrate and Affirm the Faith

08-18-2022 08:36 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

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Two Catholic Masses will Feature an Ecumenical Choir made up

The All Saints Catholic Church in Bridgeport, West Virginia will be hosting a concert by an ecumenical choir consisting of "Roman Catholic, Seventh-day Adventist, Baptist, Church of God in Christ, and nondenominational" singers. They will be performing during a 5 p.m. mass on Saturday, September 10, 2022 and a 10 a.m. mass on Sunday, September 11, 2022. The purpose of bringing this ecumenical choir to sing during mass, according to the All Saints Catholic Church, is "to celebrate the arts, while at the same time to celebrate and affirm faith."

This is not the first time that Seventh-day Adventists have joined this ecumenical choir during Rome's Sunday morning Eucharistic mass. It seems that ecumenism is bringing us closer every day to the Roman Catholic Church's most central act of worship, the celebration of the Eucharistic mass on Sunday morning. Should we be mixing Babylonian heresies with Adventism? Obviously not. However, our greatest problem is not with these Adventists who join in these Eucharistic mass celebrations. Our greatest problem is with all those who sympathize with them and those who remain neutral in times of spiritual crisis.

Today, we have Adventists who want to praise God and praise the devil in the same breath. We have those who want to be friends with all parties, including the Babylonian family. We have those who think they are so kind and diplomatic that they don't have any enemies in this world, except the present truth preachers in Adventism who expose their errors.

Jesus had enemies. Paul had enemies. And if you stand for truth and right, you will have enemies in this world. We shouldn't go out of our way to make enemies, but we shouldn't also go out of our way to not make any enemies by sacrificing the truth of God. And God today is trying to tell the world in Revelation 14:8 and 18:1-5 that He does not approve or sanction the sins of Babylon. The Bible says that Babylon's sins have reached unto heaven and God has remembered her iniquities (Revelation 18:5).

"We should never give sanction to sin by our words or our deeds, our silence or our presence" (Desire of Ages, p. 152).

This is the problem with the modern ecumenical movement. When we participate in these interfaith Eucharistic mass celebrations and don't say anything about what God says in His word, we give sanction to their errors. And the responsibility of showing the world that Babylon has fallen and that God does not approve of her sins is a major part of the Three Angels' Message. Don't get involved in a bunch of deceptive excuses about the need to mingle with Babylon. Yes, Jesus sat down with sinners, but He preached the present truth to them. He didn't ignore the truth like too many leaders do today.

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