I had hoped that the newly erected 'Australian Conservatives' would fight for the faith since its founder, Cory Bernardi, is a Catholic with a traditional background. How disappointing that he supports Pope Francis' version of the ecumenical movement. The following is my reply to his Motion: Reference your 'Notice of Motion' : https://www.conservatives.org.au/bernardi_s_reformation_anniversary_motion_passes_senate I am so worried about this because it denies the perennial teaching of the Catholic Church, hence I must withdraw my membership. We must love all who are outside the true Faith, especially heretics because there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church.Please read the following references given for the document's authenticity: http://www.catholicapologetics.info/modernproblems/ecumenism/noncath.htm References for The Church's Constant Teaching on our dealings with Non-Catholics. Francis is Pope but the ecumenical movement that he preaches is heresy: Pius XI: Mortalium Animos Leo XIII: Hortus Conclusus Thomas Aquinas: On Matthew, 7:15; Summa Theologica ii-ii, q.10. article 10. Deuteronomy: op. cit. Matthew: op. cit. Origen: On Exodus IV Lateran: Pius XI: op.cit. Laodicea: canon two Leo the Great: De Jejun. Pent. Corinthians: op. cit. Arnobius: Commentary on psalm 128 Ignatius: Epistle to the Ephesians Cyprian: Unity of the Catholic Church nos. 17 and 23 Adrian I: Instituio Universalis Martin: The Life of Martin, St. Supplicius severus. Gregory: cf. Sunday Sermons of the Great Fathers. Isaias: Oration 4:6 John: On Leviticus 17:3 Josue op. cit. Paralipomenon: op. cit. III Lateran: Heresies to be Avoided, ch. 27 Cyprian: Epistle 75 Robert: On the Church Militant Apocalypse: op. cit. Ecclesiasticus: op. cit. Corinthians: op. cit. Ecclesiasticus: op. cit. Jerome: Gregory: Corinthians: op. cit. Psalm: op. cit. Irenaeus: Against Heresies, Bk. 3, ch. 3:4 and 4:1 Ignatius: Epistle to Philadelphians Thomas Aquinas: op. cit. ad 2 James: Victories of the Martyrs, St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori Theodore: Matoes: Clement I: Epistle to the Corinthians Ephesians: op. cit. Psalm: op. cit. Cyril: Catechetical Lectures Psalm: op. cit. Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica John: The Great Commentary of Cornelius Lapide 3:44 Bernard: cf. Sermons Paralipomenon: op. cit. Thomas More: Apologye Anthony: Divine Office, The Liturgical Year, Don Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., 3:308 Athanasius: St. Anthony the Hermit, St. Athanasius Boniface: John Eudes: Charles: Pius XI: Mortalium Animos Chromatius: On the Gospel of Matthew, tract 7 Optatus: On the Schism of the Donatists 1:15 Cyril: Catechetical Lectures 18:25 Thessalonians: op. cit. Ambrose: The Two Ships, 7, Sermon 37 Cedd: Catechism: Catechism of the Summa Theologica of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Fr. Thos. Peques, O.P. III Constantinople Pius IX: Carthage: Laodices: Henry: Margaret: George: IV Lateran: Maximus: Simplicius: Gregory: III Constantinople: Corinthians: op. cit. Jerome: On Galatians 5:9, cited in Summa Theologica II-II Q.11, art. 3 Anthony Mary: Edmund: John Rigby: Hyppolytus: Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica II-II Q.11. art. 3 Thomas More: Debellacyon of Salem and Bizance Clement XII: Christianae, quoted by Pope Gregory XVI in Mirari Vos Ignatius: John: Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica II-II Q.11, art. 3, ad 3 Leo X: Exsurge Domine Florence: Decree for the Jacobites Cyprian: The Unity of the Catholic Church Ignatius: Epistle to the Ephesians, ch. 15 Leo the Great: On the Beatitudes, Homily 95, ch.9 Matthew: op. cit. Phileas: Victories of the Martyrs, St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori, 115 Cyril: Romans: op. cit. Augustine: Sermon 3 Titus op. cit. Augustine: Athanasius: Saint Anthony the Hermit, Saint Athanasius Ecclesiasticus: op. cit. Thomas More: Lucianas Opuscula Thomas Aquinas: Catena Aurea Alphonsus Maria: Innocent III John Damascene: The Source of knowledge 3, 4:14 John Chysostom: Respect Due the Church and the Sacred Mysteries II Constantinople: Jeremias: op. cit. Paphnutius: Cornelius Lapide Louis Marie: Secret of the Rosary, 99 Cyprian: Unity of the Catholic Church Frances: Pius X: ..