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Offline Viva Cristo Rey

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« on: September 14, 2016, 08:09:30 PM »
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  • Call Me Jorge...
    A blog about the life & times of Jorge Bergoglio (aka Francis)
    Monday, September 12, 2016
    the new evangelization in Ireland
    Ireland, which once saved Catholic Europe from paganism and for hundreds of years was synonymous for Catholicism due to its export of well-educated priests, now applauds a lesbian couple at a Novus Ordo service.  First came Vatican II, next out went the Tridentine Latin Mass and anything traditional, followed by the disappearance of the Seal of the Confessional, and most recently the legalization of homosexual ‘marriage’.  St. Patrick would weep if he were here to see how the land he Christianized has reverted back to paganism.


    The lesbians, Jacinta O'Donnell and Geraldine Flanagan, are applauded for their perversion at St. Michael's Church in Athy, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
     


    original facebook post:

    I have never enjoyed a mass as much. 5 priests, 8 alter servers, a full choir and a packed church. #athy #everyoneiswelcome #proud #standingroomonly
    Posted by Sandra O'Rourke-Glynn on Saturday, September 10, 2016


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    AnonymousSeptember 12, 2016 at 5:30 PM
    Five priests for 100 people (maybe). They should send some of their 'priests' to evangelize (sodomize & rape the demons) hell... seemed heavy on the women--esp in the choir, including the one effeminate man who ducked out at the end of the tune (maybe the organist) (i didn't see the 'altar servers' or the 'priests'). Esp liked the way they whooped and applauded for the terrible singing--surely the same way they whoop and applaud their filthy sins. What stinking offenses.

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    danheskoSeptember 13, 2016 at 4:30 AM
    Introibo Ad Altare Dei

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    AnonymousSeptember 13, 2016 at 6:42 PM
    This so-called "Mass" is both hilarious and sad. Poor Ireland! St. Patrick would indeed weep, as has been mentioned, to see how the land he Christianized has reverted back to paganism.

    ~M. Ray

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    AnonymousSeptember 14, 2016 at 5:40 AM
    End Times are here in my opinion.

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  • To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)


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  • By Neil Murphy
    1:20PM GMT 10 Jan 2015
    Stunned parishoners stand to applaud after priest tells mass about his homosexuality and support for gay marriage

    A Catholic priest in Dublin has receiving a standing ovation from members of his church after revealing he is gay during mass.

    Father Martin Dolan, who has served the inner-city Church of St Nicholas of Myra for the past 15 years, made the unusual step of coming out in support of gay marriage and added: I’m gay myself”.

    Speaking to the Irish Sun, community youth worker Liz O’Connor said: “We are all very proud of Father Martin. Because he has admitted that he is gay he doesn’t change the person that he was before it.”

    A source within the Catholic Church said “It was very brave. He said he was gay. That was it...no bones about it.”

    “He was just doing his service, it was part of his homily, and that’s it. If he feels strongly about something, Martin just says it.

    A referendum on the issue is expected in May and a recent poll showed that nearly 70% of people in Ireland are in support of gay marriage. Enda Kenny, the country’s prime minister, has said he will canvas in support of the proposed new legislation.

    However, the Catholic Church is still fiercely opposed to same-sex marriage and has vowed to oppose any change in law. As recently as last month Bishop Liam MacDaid said the vote would be a ‘grave injustice’:

    "To put any other view of unions on the same level as Christian marriage would be disservice to society rather than a service."



       
       
       
       
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    « Reply #3 on: September 14, 2016, 09:01:13 PM »
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  • Catholics MUST Boycott SVP…
     – Catholic leaves estate to fund Catholic Charity
    – Charity uses money to fund Homosexual Meeting Spot
    – Bishop complains, to no avail

    Miss Maureen O’Connell, the late owner of “O’Connell’s Pub” in Galway, Ireland, died in 1998. That is, she did not die 1000 years ago. No, she died in 1998. That means that if she had wanted to bequeath her estate to a homosexual-activist cause, she could have done so freely.

     Instead, she decided to put in her will that proceeds coming from her estate (her pub, eventually sold in 2006) would be allocated to the Irish section of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP), the great foundation of Blessed Frédéric Ozanam for assistance to the poorest in society. In Ireland, the SVP is not, in strict legal terms, under the control of the hierarchy. But its self-identification is clear: “The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international voluntary Catholic Christian organisation.” And they have no qualms about being a “Catholic” organization when they lobby the Irish government for more funds (see, for instance, here). Or when they ask Irish Catholics for donations for their “charitable” activities.

     So what does the SVP do with the proceeds coming from Miss O’Connell’s estate, now the hefty “Maureen O’Connell Fund”? Well, for instance, it chose to make a 45,000-euro (58,000-dollar) grant to “Amach! LGBT Galway” so it can build its “resource center”, which the group defines in its website as an “alcohol-free venue for social networking” for the homosexuals of Galway (that is, in plain words, a dry homosexual bar).

    The Bishop of Galway, the Rev. Dr. Martin Drennan, was rightfully horrified with the use of charitable money given to a foundation that still collects most of its money from Irish Catholics in Irish churches to fund the establishment of a homosexual meeting spot in his diocese.

    “On moral grounds we can’t support [the grant],” he told Galway Bay FM’s “The Keith Finnegan Show.” “Homosexual activity is in our eyes morally wrong behavior and we cannot put funds at the service of what we don’t believe is morally correct.”

    He told the radio show that he hoped the matter could be resolved in a way that would restore the image of the society: “We want to keep in mind the good work that the St. Vincent de Paul does throughout the country,” he said

    What did the SVP say in response to the Bishop? Did they, caught in the act, regret their folly and did they apologize to the Bishop for their outrageous decision?

    Quite the contrary – here’s what they said:

    The decision was endorsed by the SVP National Management Council as providing support for an excluded and marginalised group in need of support. This is consistent with the SVP mission statement to support people in poverty, both material and emotional, and social justice initiatives. It is also a key element of the SVP Christian ethos to be non-judgmental when its assistance is sought.

    The grant does not come in any way from funds collected from the public in the diocese of Galway, at church gates or anywhere else.

    Ah, yes, “non-judgmental”… If that were truly the case, they would just throw cash from their office windows onto the street – otherwise, they are always exercising some kind of “judgment”, even if it is a wicked judgment. And of course the excuse that the money comes from the trust and not from collections made in Irish churches can only fool the dimwits the SVP thinks Irish Catholics must be: money given to the homosexual meeting spot is money not given to those Irish in true financial need, so of course, indirectly, it is money collected from Irish Catholics under the name of “charity,” by an organization that calls itself “Catholic” when it wants to, making use of the name when it is in its interest to do so, funding given to promote an activity absolutely antithetical to everything that the Catholic Church has always defended and stood for.

    Will this lead Irish bishops to cut all links with this society that has become a promoter of Anti-Catholic values? Quite unlikely… Will the Bishop of Galway at least respond to this unbelievable effrontery to his authority and Catholic moral doctrine represented by the SVP statement? Source

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    I will never give another penny to the SVP.  Will you?

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    Michaela on September 11, 2014 at 2:35 pm
    That Bishop did well to speak out on radio but now he needs to send out a pastoral letter instructing that all support for the SVP stop in his parishes.

    The SVP statement about being “non-judgmental” made me think of Pope Francis’s statement about being “non-judgmental” towards “gays”. We are seeing the fruits of this pope’s errors now, and this SVP funding scandal is one of them.

    I will definitely never give any money to the SVP again. It was the only charity I ever gave to, as well, so I am bitterly disappointed to read about this scandal.

    Josephine on September 11, 2014 at 5:21 pm
    I agree – the bishop should send out a pastoral letter right away. This is an abuse of funds by a Catholic charity. No Catholic can support them now.
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    « Reply #4 on: September 20, 2016, 07:54:58 PM »
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  • I cannot remember the name of the Saint who said this, One of the signs of
    the coming end of the world is when Ireland loses the Faith and return
    to paganism.
    There were so many Holy Priest that came from Ireland including the
    Monsignor that Baptized  me in 1953.  


     

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