Whenever people embark down the path of seeking common witness or common ground through multi-faith, multi-cultural or multi-god celebrations they need to know that they are not following Jesus. They are following in the footsteps of the Jesuits – no, even worse – they are following in the footsteps of the Black Pope, the Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa. 
The Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa is supposed to pledge his loyalty to the Roman Catholic Church, but here he sits in a Buddhist Temple building bridges of mutual respect, peace and harmony with Buddha. These acts of interfaith-worship are bringing to an end all of the old divisions that used to separate the different faiths. This is all part of Rome’s plan for the churches. The Jesuits are fulfilling the Vatican’s call to unite the Christian Churches  with the non-Christian religions. 
Jesuit leader Arturo Sosa performs the water offering. This is one of the most common devotions in Buddhism. The sprinkling of water with a tree branch is an act of consecration. Making these offerings, according to Buddhism, will give you good Karma (luck) in your journey through life. But according to eastern philosophy, what does the wheel represent?
This is why the Jesuits are so extremely dangerous and radical. They will do whatever it takes in order to achieve their objective, even if it means worshiping a false pagan deity. This is exactly what we see here. The “Wheel of Dharma” is sacred to the traditions of Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. In Buddhism the wheel represents the philosophical teachings of Gautama Buddha. The water is a symbol of cleansing and the teachings of Buddha are supposed to put you on the path to enlightenment.
The Jesuits are on a mission to replace and transform the churches with a more loving, a more inclusive and a more culturally diverse form of worship. They are working on bringing the entire religious world into one ecumenical family. Rome of course will be at the head of this One World Religious Order.
As head of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), Arturo Sosa is in charge of overseeing the “mission” of the Jesuits world-wide. He has set the example for every Jesuit to follow. The divisions and the hostilities between the different faiths will soon come to an end. Rome is working on eliminating any and all threats to her supremacy. The only religions that will remain in Rome’s New World Order will be those who are ecumenical.
The Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa is pictured above in the center with a plain white shirt. Next to him is one of his well-trained operatives called Monsignor Enrique “Kike” Figaredo Alvargonzalez, S.J. Enrique Figaredo is a Jesuit priest and the Apostolic Prefect of Battambang, Cambodia.  And even though he is Arturo Sosa’s subordinate, he is doing his job very well as a Jesuit.
Pictured above is Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa (right) and next to him is his Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. (left). So what do Jesuit subordinates do when not officiating mass in a Catholic Church? What is the “mission?” Well, obviously, their mission is to follow in the footsteps of their Father Superior – Arturo Sosa.
Here is Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. consecrating Buddhist monks with holy water just before a special spiritualistic ceremony. While the Buddhist monks are being purified, they are in a meditative state praying to their own gods.
Now the Buddhist monks reciprocate the blessings. They are now consecrating the Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. with their own holy water while the Jesuit prays to his own God. This is what you call a true ecumenical, joint-worship service. But it doesn’t end here, this is just the beginning.
Now both the Buddhist and the Jesuit use their holy water to consecrate and bless the newly planted tree. The tree is being reverenced because it is sacred according to eastern pagan philosophy; and so is the earth as well as the cosmos. So why does the Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. engage in pagan spiritualistic celebrations? He is only trying to have a better understanding and awareness in order to be able to work together in interfaith partnerships. That’s how ecumenism works. Oh, but it gets even better, or worse, depending on your perspective.
You have to have an offering for the gods. According to Buddhism, these flowers and dances are considered acts of generosity and enlightenment. And just to be clear, to which gods are these offerings being made to? It’s certainly not to the Creator God as found in the Bible.
There’s nothing like ending a day of interfaith cooperation by forming a circle around the idol god. This is the path that the Jesuits are trying to drag the rest of the religious world through with much success. This is what “some” want to call fostering mutual respect, peace, harmony and love. God’s word on the other hand calls this an abomination:
“For what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you. And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.” 2 Corinthians 6:14-18.
Pushing for Pope Francis’ Green Sunday Law
The Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa is working on another mission and he is keeping his Jesuits very busy. Jesuit leader Sosa has another Jesuit operative who has also been given a special work to do.
Don’t let appearances deceive you. Arturo Sosa has a special agent by the name of Coghlan Denise. Jesuit Sister Denise Coghlan RSM is a nun from the Sisters of Mercy Order and she was specifically chosen by the Jesuit Order to pioneer and facilitate a special work or “mission.” In her own words she says: “I was one of the four chosen to be the pioneer of the Jesuits.” 
So what has Coghlan Denise been up to lately? And what is her “mission.” Well, she has taken the same principles of ecumenism and the eastern philosophies of the cosmos and has mingled them with the Pope’s Green Sunday law encyclical – “Laudato Si.”
Here is the Jesuit Coghlan Denise offering to her Father Superior General Arturo Sosa his very own “Laudato Si” green (enviroment) stole vestments for performing mass. She presented one to Arturo Sosa and gave him another to take back to Rome for Pope Francis.
Here is the Jesuit General Arturo Sosa, extreme left, giving Pope Francis his own Laudato Si vestment – all thanks to Coghlan Denise. So what is this Laudato Si stole vestment?
The Laudato Si stole is for priests to wear during Mass. This vestment, according to their own words, was created by the Jesuits in the jungles of Asia to commemorate Pope Francis’ Encyclical – “Laudato Si.”  The inscription says “Laudato Si, Mi Signore” which translated into English means “Praise be Unto You, My Lord.” And the praise being offered is a mixture of pantheism with the green Sunday law.
Here is the Laudato Si vestments being used by the Catholic Clergy. This is promoting pantheism and the Green Sunday law. How can we be sure this is pantheism? We will see.
On the left is the famous Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. This is the same priest who loves to engage in pagan spiritualistic celebrations with the Buddhists. In the middle is the Father Superior General Arturo Sosa. They are both wearing the green Laudato Si vestments which commemorate the Pope’s green Sunday law. Here’s where the pantheism comes into play. Notice how the “Holy Mass” is about to begin.
Who’s picture is up on the wall as the Superior General Arturo Sosa begins the “Holy Mass?” Is it Jesus? God? What about the Virgin Mary? No, it’s a tree, and not just any tree. It’s the Bodhi Tree. Ask any Buddhist and they will tell you what god is symbolized in that particular tree.
Every faithful Buddhist knows that according to their tradition Buddha received his enlightenment and became a god by meditating underneath the Bodhi Tree.
So why is it important to know about these two Jesuit operatives – sweet little old Coghlan Denise (left) and Jesuit Priest Enrique Figaredo, S.J. (right)? Because they are promoting pantheism, paganism, ecumenism and the Pope’s green Sunday law. They are obedient to their Father Superior General and Black Pope Arturo Sosa. They are doing his bidding and fulfilling the Jesuit mission. And as we can clearly see, Jesuits come in all shapes and sizes. Remember, these are just 2 Jesuits of the 16,000+ Jesuits that are in the world today. 
Coghlan Denise is now traveling the globe presenting the message from her Jesuit Superior at international forums and conferences world-wide. Here she is pushing the Jesuit agenda on a panel of interfaith religious leaders. And just who might these religious leaders be?
Jesuit agent Coghlan Denise (left) is with Dr. Ganoune Diop, Director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church (second right) and Johnathan Duffy, president of Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) International, the humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church (right). Both of these men work at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
They were all part of the same panel at the 2019 G-20 Interfaith Forum. 
And it is a tragedy that the only words you ever hear at these interfaith gatherings are words like “unity,” “diversity,” “reconciliation,” “dialog” “joint-prayer,” “common cause,” “building bridges,” “friendships,” “relationships,” “pluralism” and “love.” There is a reason for this. It’s all part of a plan.
One word you will NEVER hear in these interfaith gatherings is the word “truth.” What about truth? Jesus is truth (John 14:6). God is truth (Exodus 34:6). His Spirit is truth (John 16:13). God’s word is truth (John 17:17). And all we seem to hear at these interfaith events is “Love, love, love.” But what about having a LOVE for truth? Only when we have a love for truth will we be prevented from being seduced by error.
Truth is the only weapon we have to guard us from error. When we stop using truth as the basis for unity and love the Bible tells us that we will surely be deceived. We won’t even be able to detect the working of Satan when we start ignoring truth:
“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12.
That is why God gave us as a people certain historic “truths” and pillars of the faith; to defend us against error. God gave us fundamental beliefs, not fundamental feelings of emotion. We can’t keep ignoring truth when engaging the world.
Then some will say, “Well, Jesus sat down with sinners, so we need to go and engage people where they are, even if we need to attend these ecumenical events.” Oh, really? That is a mixture of half a truth with absolute error. Jesus did sit down with sinners because there was no one else in the world but sinners. But Jesus never sat down with idols, He never sat through false worship and He didn’t stay quiet when people worshiped false gods.
We are deceiving ourselves when we believe that we can go and listen to error and not be affected by it. Just look at the sad history in Adventism. It is a fact that after 60+ years of participating in ecumenism we know of not one Evangelical, Catholic, Orthodox or any other church who ever gave up any of their errors or changed any of their positions on a single doctrinal point throughout the entire affair. All the compromises were for us to make. From start to finish, no other church change one bit or budge one inch as a result of ecumenism.
Tragically, Seventh-day Adventists are the ones who are making all the compromises! Consequently, we are adopting liberal ideas – the LGBT+ agenda, feminism and environmentalism – while our conservative values are disappearing. The nature of Christ, the nature of His atonement, attacks on Ellen White’s prophetic role, the law of God, the 2,300 day prophecy, 1844 and the investigative judgment, the sanctuary message, our views on the papacy, the mark of the beast, and other distinctive doctrinal beliefs have been changed and discarded as a result of our involvement in 60+ years of ecumenism.
So please, let’s not deceive ourselves or others by saying that we are preaching the Three Angels’ Message when the only message that ever gets promoted at these interfaith events is Rome’s social agenda.
There is a reason for all that we see happening today. Many of our own people share the very same views and policies that have been embraced by the world. How did this happen? You can thank Rome for spreading their worldview through the interfaith movement. Sadly, we were also warned about this too:
“As the storm approaches, a large class who have professed faith in the third angel’s message, but have not been sanctified through obedience to the truth, abandon their position and join the ranks of the opposition. By uniting with the world and partaking of its spirit (ecumenism and worldliness), they have come to view matters in nearly the same light; and when the test is brought, they are prepared to choose the easy, popular side. Men of talent and pleasing address, who once rejoiced in the truth, employ their powers to deceive and mislead souls” (Great Controversy, p. 608).
“The order of the Jesuits was created … to the overthrow of Protestantism, and the re-establishment of the papal supremacy.” (Great Controversy, p. 234).
“Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of State, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations …The Jesuits rapidly spread themselves over Europe, and wherever they went, there followed a revival of popery.” (Ibid., p. 234).