No one said that. What we have said that living under the infidelity of Islam protected the Catholic Church from the Vatican's heresies.
No, it was protection of the Catholic Church against the Vatican. Anathema to the Teutonic Knights and the synagogue of Satan who sent them.
St. Alexander Nevsky made the same decision as Stashko. This is the result:
Actually St. Alexander Nevsky is our Holy Patron Saint [krsna Slava] that we celebrate honor every year...
If that so said """Saint""" sugested that Islam is a God gift protection against Catholicism, Be Anathema.
Once more if anyone says that God Created Islam for the salvation of Men directly through or as a protector for. Be Anathema.
¿Are you saying that is a God Blessing losing millions of souls into Hell for their apostasy of Jesus? just to protect few souls from Catholicism, very blasphemous are your thoughts..
No, protecting Catholic souls from the blasphemies of Ultramontanism.
Of course, it would be better to fall under a government which professed Orthodoxy, which St. Alexander's successors did.
I was thinking about St. Alexander's contemporaries. He was born during the rule of the heretical pope Honorius (the third heretical pope of that name), who crowned a usurping Latin for Constantinople (he was captured and died in captivity), who sent off the orgy of greed known as the Fifth Crusade (in Egypt, the local Orthodox point out with pride where the Crusaders, led by Louis of France, were captured and repulsed: as a result, alone among the Orthodox patriarchates, Alexandria was never made to wear the yoke of the Vatican's patriarch), approved the war of extermination of the Cathari in Southern France, and the Crusades into the Baltic, which St. Alexander eventually stopped.
Honorius was succeeded by the heretic Gregory IX (groomed by his relative, the heretic pope Innocent III) who disgraced the throne of Pope St. Gregory the Great by pursuing secular power: having excommuicated Frederick II to goad him into Crusading in the Holy Land, Gregory took advantage by invading Frederick's possessions in Italy. When the emperor succeeded in repulsing the papal states, Gregory convened a coucil to proclaim the emperor a heretic, and formed the Inquisition to suppress "heresy." Gregory really merited damnation for sending the Crusaders in the North to conquor the Russian Orthodox to enslave them to the Vatican.
Next, after a papacy that didn't last three weeks, came the heretic Innocent IV, who convened his council of Lyons I, to which came the heretical and usurping patriarchs of the East and the so called emperor in Constantinople. He expanded the power of the Inquisition to torture. He also "canonized" Margaret of Scotland, who suppressed the Celtic Church.
Not-so-Innocent was succeeded by Alexander IV, Gregory iX's nephew. In his days the heretical use of excommunication for political hegemony was exposed for the farce it was. Then the usurping heretical patriarch of Jerusalem ascended as Urban IV: when the Orthodox expelled the Latins from Constantinople, he tried to organize a Crusade of heretics to retake it.
In his days, the Lord called Alexander Nevsky to join the heavenly choir as his reward.