Monday, August 27, 2012

"Globalization is the [Vatican] UNIFICATION of the world"


    Another evidence on the true reason for which local unification, especially the multi-religious ones,  had to disappear: free space for the Unification of the World under Rome:

    On the issue of Saturday of Primorske Novice it appeared an interview with Rafko Valenčič, former dean at the Theological faculty of the Ljubljana University,  where he stated that the second Vatican council ...

"...discussed about the world which, despite conflicts (eastern and western block, not developed world) is united. [The council] discussed about the unification of the world, [a fact that] today we term  'globalization'..".

    The interview was entitled "The church has to open herself to a new comprehension of the world". 

    The Theology faculty (TF)  was , in 1919, among the founder of the University of Ljubljana. In 1952 was excluded by the University of Ljubljana (UoL) with a void document of exclusion carrying an un-existing day, the 31st June. In 1992 the Theological faculty re-joined the University of Ljubljana. In the eighties when Rafko Valenčič was dean of the TF, began the collaboration with the UoL , not obstacled by the Communist party of Slovenia. The invite for the 900th anniversary of the founding of the University of Bologna (the oldest in Europe) in 1988, opened the way for the re-unification with UoL. 

    Probably the return of the TF to UoL was part of the diplomatic preparations for the secession of Slovenia from Yugoslavia. But over all an independent Slovenia of the pope had to strenghten the Romish bulwarks of culture to resist against the "heretic wind from North".

[Above excerpt]. "I have to add the collaboration of us, the professors of the faculty [of theology], with researchers in the area of religion's sociology. We meet them in the  international congresses of the sociologists of the religion with whom there were exchanges of results and opinions. [This fact helped the come back of the faculty in the complex of the university".

Above four images  - taken  from Primorske Novice, issue  of Saturday 25th August 2012. Above, Rafko Valenčič opening the door of the church in his native village, near Ilirska Bistrica.

    In 2011 there was the 100th anniversay of the building of this church (year 1911 as is possibile to see over the year 1986), but it is interesting to note the pair of numbers "19" and "08" aside the entrance - probably alluding to another one year, the 1908. Coincidence?

".......This Church of the Gesu altarpiece by Jesuit artist Andrea Pozzo, S.J. (1642-1709), featuring Ignatius Loyola with his Red Standard, and reported by an article in the June 14, 2008 New York Times, was effectively buried about 1908, shortly prior to the rise of various 20th century political movements employing this Standard of a Red Flag............."


     Alphonsian Academy:

 ".....The Alphonsian Academy is a Graduate Institute of Moral Theology, founded in 1949 by the Redemptorists.

    For "Redemptorists" see below REFERENCES.  Jesuits were expelled from Ljubljana in 1949:

"........After the victory of the communist revolution in 1949 the whole complex at St Joseph in Poljane misappropriated, Ljubljana Jesuits were either imprisoned or exiled in the semi-destroyed castle Bogenšperk. There they remained until 1964, when they began to manage the parish blueberry....."



Rafko Valenčič (1937) after studying at the Theological Faculty (1956-1963) and a shorter chaplain serving at parishes (Postojna, Sv. Brida - Ankaran, Izola) continued his studies at the Academy of moral theology Accademia Alfonsiana in Rome (1965-1968). Since 1968 teaches at the Theological Faculty [Ljubljana] pastoral theology, and occasionally moral theology. In the years 1986 - 1990 he was dean of the faculty. After his retirement (2003) teaches only the selected content.

The areas of his teaching, scientific research and the basics of pastoral and moral theology, parish and community, and family law, categorial pastoral, domestic religious history; lectured at home and abroad. Monographs: L'uomo e il lavoro nei documenti del Concilio of Vatican II (1969), The Parish Office (1988, ed.), Manuals sacrament of confession, Primary and Special Pastoral Theology (several editions), Pastoral on the crossroads of time (2006), St. . Jerome - the man with the Karst (2007), miscellaneous collections of papers (M. Smolik, 2008; J. Jenko 2010), by J. Juhantom prepared the documents issued Social Doctrine of the Church (1994). Editor: The Church in today's world (1975-1992), Church documents (since 1980), proclaimer (since 2003).

In the ministry has acted as a leader of continuous design of priests,
legal assistant of student and congregations, choral conductor - the principle: from theory to practice, from practice to theory.

The Redemptorist Order [founder of is the only congregation entrusted by the Holy See to propagate and endorse a specific religious Marian art. Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Circa 1499, Rome.
Please, note the Masonic "everything seeing eye" of the Redemptorist order:

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