Francis from Mongolia: Inter-religion, Teilhard, and a ONG
He praised the ancient Mongolian capital, "which admirably housed within its walls places of worship belonging of different creeds" which he described as a "commendable harmony.”
On the same day, Francis presided at the first ever public Eucharist in Mongolia, and ended his homily with by rehabilitating the heretical French Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (+1955) who promoted eugenics and wrote his "Mass on the World" in the interior of Mongolia 100 years ago.
The Holy Office censured Teilhard's works in 1962. Calling him an "often misunderstood" priest, Francis quoted Teilhard: “The Mass is always celebrated in some way on the altar of the world” [whatever that means…].
During the opening of a clinic on Monday, Francis called it a myth that the Church is active in "social promotion" in order to "proselytise."
Francis is right: The Novus Ordo Church has become a sterile, self-referential and dying NGO without spiritual ambitions.