Catholic

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Domine, quo vadis - Jesus is asked: "Lord, where are you going?" - He answers: "I am going to Rome to be crucified again."
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The word Catholic comes from a Greek phrase καθόλου (katholou), meaning "on the whole", "according to the whole" or "in general". Common understanding today is that a Catholic is a person of the Catholic faith in the tradition of the the Roman Catholic Church.

History

During the medieval and modern times, additional distinctions arose regarding the use of the terms Western Catholic and Eastern Catholic. Before the East–West Schism of 1054, those terms had just the basic geographical meanings, since only one undivided Catholicity existed, uniting the Latin speaking Christians of West and the Greek speaking Christians of the East. After the Schism, terminology became much more complicated, resulting in the creation of parallel and conflicting terminological systems.

Vatican city

Full article: Vatican city

Financial activities

In 2015, Gerald Posner wrote God's Bankers on the topic.

 

Adherents on Wikispooks

AdherentBornDiedDescription
Richard Alway
Conrad Black25 August 1944Fraudulent Bilderberg steering committee member
Mario Borghezio3 December 1947Italian politician; interested in the Bilderberg
Henri de Castries15 August 1954"French President of Bilderberg"
Laura Jordan Dietrich21 May 1952A spooky US government insider
Anthony Fauci24 December 1940Health bureaucrat who has a preference for vaccines over other drugs. Covid-19 taskforce leader.
James V. Forrestal15 February 189222 May 1949
Philip Habib25 February 192025 May 1992US diplomat. Panelist on Whither The United States? at the 1992 Bilderberg.
Michael Hoffman1957Notable revisionist historian and Gentile scholar of Judaism and 'The Cryptocracy'
Hans Graf Huyn3 July 193022 January 2011
G. Gordon Liddy30 November 193030 March 2021
Albino Luciani17 October 191228 September 1978Pope John Paul I
Ernst Majonica29 October 192021 July 1997German politician, part of the US-led effort to get rid of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Malachi Martin23 July 192127 July 1999
Pietro Parolin17 January 1955Catholic Cardinal and Vatican Secretary of State
José Sanjenís Perdomo25 May 1935Perdomo was senior policeman under Carlos Prio, exiled to US where he joined the CIA and played a vital role putting together Operation 40. In 1980 he was working as the night doorman at the Dakota Hotel, and witnessed the murder of John Lennon.
Giuseppe Santarelli17101790
Joseph Schuchert
Fritz Thyssen9 November 18738 February 1951
Walter Veith1949
Carlo Maria Viganò16 January 1941Catholic archbishop best known for having exposed two major Vatican scandals, the Vatican leaks scandal of 2012, in which he revealed financial corruption in the Vatican; and a 2018 letter in which he accused Pope Francis and other church leaders of covering up sexual abuse allegations. Went public in 2021 to warn against Pope Francis' participation in the COVID agenda and genetic vaccines.
Karol Wojtyła18 May 19202 April 2005Pope John Paul II


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