From the Text of Pope's Last Will and Testament
"I place into the hands of the Mother of My Master: Totus Tuus. "
There is no such thing as the "Mother of My Master" in the Bible or anywhere else in christian books.
TOTUS TUUS - the denial of God.
A catholic can only have one master: God, the Holy Trinity.
Holy Mary is NOT the Holy Trinity.
Catholics don't worship Mary or saints. They see them as intermediaries. They pray for their intercession on our behalf.
That was the trick of the pope, saying about Mary "I AM ALL YOURS"
He is not worshipping a false trinity. He is replacing the Holy Trinity with Mary.
Now let's see the real testament of the pope - these quotes from the last 7 years
"Globalization presents the demand for solidarity(unanimous support) particularly the construction of a more human world for all." John Paul ll May
14 2002, Global Forum in Rome.
"It is the duty of all believers, to whichever religion they belong, to proclaim that we can never be happy pitted one against the other, the future
of humanity will never be able to be secured by terrorism and by the logic of war." John Paul ll Sunday remarks from studio window, Feb 23, 2003
"make every effort of avoid new divisions in the world" John Paul ll to Prime Minister Tony Blair at meeting at Vatican Feb 21, 2003
"War must never be allowed to divide world religions" "good inter-religious relations are important at this moment of heightened tension in the
entire world community." John Paul ll to visiting Catholic bishops from Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim country, Mar 29 2003
"The Holy Father explained the Holy Spirit is mysteriously present in the heart of every person. through the practice of what is good in their own
religious traditions, and following the dictates of their consciences, members of other religions positively respond to God's invitation and receive
salvation in Jesus Christ, even though they may not recognize Him as their Savior." Vatican Information Service reporting on what the Pope had to say
on the 'Seeds of Truth in Non-Christian Religions', Sep, 1998 (ok it is not a quote but second hand reporting from the Vatican.)
"I also entrust myself once again to you (Mary) and with confident affection I repeat to you: Totus tuus ego sum! I am all yours! " John Paul ll on
occasion of World Youth Day 2003
"May all of you-partners in interreligious dialog- be encouraged and sustained by the knowledge that your endeavors are supported by the Catholic
Church and appreciated by her as significant for strengthening the bonds which unite all people..." "in doing so (receiving monks of other
religions) you offer a setting wherein a meeting of mind and heart can take place, a meeting characterized by a shared sense of brotherhood in the one
human family that opens the way of even deeper spiritual dialog. " John Paul ll in meeting between Zen monks and Benedictine monks..he said that they
can learn from each other and about their respective meditative practices and spiritual experiences. Theosophical Digest, Dec 1989
(it is) "clear that the future lies in unity and solidarity" (he called for ) "strengthening of the bond...between Christians and other great
religions which flourish here." "May the resources of the church...set unity and love as their supreme goal." John Paul ll to Christians in Amman
Jordan at a mass. This was part of his week long pilgrimage to the Holy Land to visit Christians, Muslims and Jews for meetings on peace and
interfaith dialogue. July 29, 2003
"I come to you as a pilgrim of peace. My presence among you is a sign that the Catholic Church wants to enter a dialogue with the religions of the
world." "religion must not be a pretext for conflict" "the peoples of all faiths must shun the path of isolation and division." John Paul ll in
New Dehli India at a mass in which he drew parallels between Djwali, the Hindu festival of lights. The mass was punctuated by English and Hindi hymns,
traditional dances from across Asia and prayers (to who?) offered in several languages. the stadium service was adapted for Hindu culture, with
priests ringing bells and showering petals in traditional temple rituals. He later met with Hindu, buddhist, Sikh, Muslim, Jain, Parsee, Jewish and
Baha'i leaders. Nov 7, 1999
" world...will, in fact, be transformed into a world in which the noblest aspirations of the human heart will triumph, a world in which true peace
will prevail." John Paul ll quoted by sister Loretto Marie Colwell at Service of World Religions for Peace,at which representatives from 10 faith
traditions took part, took placed at Christ the King Catholic Church in Topeka. Jan 27, 2002. The service was inspired by a similar gathering that
took place Thursday in Assisi, Italy, in which Pope John Paul ll was joined by more than 200 religious leaders from around the world to pray for
Pope encouraged the bishops of Indonesia to "work together as brothers, committed to peace, with your own people and with those of other religious
beliefs, all men and women of good will, in order to ensure understanding, cooperation and solidarity." "Authentic religion does not advocate
terrorism or violence but seeks in every way the unity and peace of the whole human family." John Paul ll in address to bishops in Indonesia March
[edit on 7-4-2005 by MattMarriott]