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In response to an email from Anuj Agarwal

Anuj Agarwal wrote to Pierre Luc Galarneau:

Hi Pierre

My name is Anuj Agarwal; I’m the Founder of Feedspot.
I emailed regarding your website Promoting the Universal Christ Podcast which was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts on the web.

We’d be thankful if you can help us spread the word by briefly mentioning Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts in any of your upcoming posts.

Please let me know if you can do the needful

I would like to personally congratulate you as your website Promoting the Universal Christ Podcast has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts on the web.

I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts on the internet. I’m honored to have you as part of this!

We’d be grateful if you can help us spread the word by briefly mentioning about the Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts list in any of your upcoming post.

Please let me know.


Anuj Agarwal
Founder, Feedspot


Promoting the Universal Christ Podcast is number 12 of Top 15 Canadian Catholic Podcasts Updated Aug 29, 2021 read about ranking at

We are flatted and thank you but Mr. Agarwal never read any of our pages to see who we really are.

We had an affinity with the Roman Catholic Church by using some of their prayers, rituals and teaching.

But following the recent events in Canada, we cut off morally and stop supporting the Roman Catholic Church.

  1. We isolate sex offenders among the priesthood, even if it is legally and morally incorrect.
  2. We turn our back to the fact that the RCC Bank was under the direction of a mafioso, a member of the Freemason who uses the bank to launder dirty money.
  3. We disregard the history of church behaviour related to the holy war, killing Muslims and the whiches hunt and kill.

But we cannot accept the recent killing of children of the native people.

As mention in a previous post, we still keep some of the Roman Catholic Theology about the sacraments and concerning the Cosmic Christ, view and interpreted by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Richard Rohr, Ilia Delio and Robert Spitzer.

We kept a large number of Catholic Saints in our sainthood.

We are promoting Christogenesis.

Catholic or Not Catholic, that is the question…!

According to fundamentalists, we are not even Christian.


  1. We do not believe Jesus of Nazareth as God, and it has no Trinity.We do not believe in the immaculate conception.
  2. We do not believe in Mary, mother of God.
  3. We do not believe in dying on a cross for sins, as Saviour.
  4. We do not believe in the resurrection.
  5. We do not believe in original sin.
  6. We do not believe in Devils and Hell.
  7. We do not believe in angels, good and bad.
  8. Jesus of Nazareth, a Jewish Rabbi, did NOT found the Catholic Church.

From Pierre Teilhard de Chardin this cosmic amassing of Christ as “Christogenesis.” According to Teilhard, the universe is engaged in Christogenesis as it evolves toward its full realization The following posts refer to our teaching as EMMI Christian Unitarian, a nontrinitarian organization that exploits or use the term “Cosmic Christ” meaning in our theology.

Monotheism Catholic Ministry (MCM) of Eric Michel Ministries International.

From the Home page at and Nontrinitarianism at

Catholic in our name:

Catholic from Greek: καθολικός, Romanized: katholikos, lit. “universal”
Catholicity (from Ancient Greek: καθολικός, Romanized: katholikós, lit. ‘general’, ‘universal‘, via Latin: catholicus) is a concept pertaining to beliefs and practices of our denomination.

It could be read as Monotheism Universal Ministry (Christian Unitarian)

Beliefs and practices:

About the Universal Christ or Cosmic Christ

The Cosmic Christ is a view of Christology which emphasizes the extent of Christ’s concern for the cosmos. The biblical bases for a cosmic Christology is often found in Colossians, Ephesians, and the prologue to the Gospel of John. In the modern period, a renewed interest in the cosmic Christ would arise among a number of Western scholars interested in developing an ecotheology.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was among the first to speak again of a cosmic Christ in the 1920s and 1930s. He understood the Incarnation as bringing the historical Christ into the material world and, through evolution, leading all of creation towards perfection in the Omega Point.

Please Note:

That our vision of the Cosmic Christ is not the one of the Catholic Church.

Direct and continuous organizational descent from the Church founded by Jesus.of Nazareth

We Believe:

  1. God, our Creator, is known by reason from created things.
  2. God’s Nature is incomprehensible to men.
  3. God’s Essence is also incomprehensible.
  4. God is infinite.
  5. There is only one God.
  6. God is eternal.
  7. God is almighty.
  8. God is a Mathematician
  9. God is an entity outside of all universes.
  10. God does not interact with anything in the universes.
  11. The Cosmic or Universal Christ is the Holy Spirit.
  12. We believe in Souls found in humans, animals and vegetals.
  13. There is a supernatural intervention of Christ in the Noosphere.
  14. The Noosphere is what Christians call heaven.
  15. The Bible is a man’s creation, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and must be in accord with the book of Nature created by God.
  16. Faith and science equal one.
  17. We believe in reincarnation.
  18. The leader role bestowed on the Apostles has descended to the Bishops by teaching.
  19. The belief that Jesus is a Jewish leader of a sect and a zealot.
  20. The Belief is that Jesus created the elements of Holy Communion.
  21. The Belief in the Apostolic succession of ordained ministry by the bishop to bishop from our teaching.
  22. The Belief in the catholic church as the Body of the Cosmic Christ.
  23. The Belief in the necessity and efficacy of the sacraments.
  24. The Liturgical and personal use of the symbol of a Christian Cross
  25. The use of images, candles, vestments and music, and often incense and water, in worship.
  26. The Observation of the Christian liturgical year.

Promoting Christogenesis


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