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Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate ‘excommunicates’ Pope Francis over mRNA and COP26 dispute

A small Ukrainian church, the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate (BCP) Church has excommunicated Pope Francis over claims the Pope is committing heresy in encouraging vaccination with mRNA technologies and by participating in the COP26 Cimate Summit.

According to Wikipedia, the BCP, more commonly known as the Ukrainian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church is an unregistered Eastern Independent Catholic religious movement that was established by Basilian priests, predominantly from Slovakia, who split from the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church and declared the creation of the new church in 2009 based in Pidhirtsi, Ukraine. It is currently headed by Patriarch Elijah.

Prior to the excommunication, the BCP recognised Pope Francis as one of the ‘Patriarchs’ of the Orthodox church, but he was one of many and not superior to others.

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In a letter received by dailytelegraph.co.nz from the Secretary of Bishops of the BCP, the Pope’s involvement in organising the COP26 and support of a global ‘education fund’ for Climate Change amounted to ‘satanisation’ of children.

In regards to the mRNA vaccine, the BCP considers this a ‘gene altering therapy’, which is likely to lead to the ‘destruction of humanity.’

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