Sunday, 24 May 2015

Ireland's bishops and priests have failed Christ

Shame and scorn upon the bishops and priests of once Catholic Ireland. You have failed Christ, you have left His people in their sins and in ignorance.

Shame upon two-thirds of the people of Ireland who have no excuse in these times when you can be educated on the truth in spite of these corrupt, inept and effeminate bishops and priests; you have betrayed Our Lord Jesus Christ and your ancestors. We had sodomite marriage forced down our throats in Canada by a corrupt government under a supposed Catholic Prime Minister,we would have rejected it back then, you instead of embraced evil.

Shame on Pope Francis and his "who am I to judge" comment used by the proponents of this abomination and for not speaking clearly to the people of Ireland as to their Christian duty.

Shame and scorn upon the sodomite priests and bishops who raped countless boys and discredited the truth and the argument.

Shame and scorn upon those bishops and priests around the world who have taught error and embraced the world.

Convert or be damned!

5 comments:

TLM said...

Couldn't have put it better Vox! Ireland will now wallow in her shame before the Lord God.

Anonymous said...

I just happened to be in Dublin today as a part of a European tour. I stopped in at the pro-Cathedral for the 6.30 pm Pentecost mass.

This annual Pentecost liturgy in Catholic Ireland is the highlight of their liturgical year... It was presided over by the bishop, two more in attendance, 8 priests, and had - among other people - the President of Ireland in attendance.

The cathedral was not even 2/5 filled to capacity... There goes Catholic Ireland.

Lynda said...

Thank you, Vox Cantoris. Anonymous, a gathering of the enemies of God and His Holy Laws! The archbishop has shown himself to be as much an apostate as the atheist President.

Anonymous said...

I don't know how personally committed the Irish were to Catholicism before either - I was in Dublin 30 years ago - I went to Mass and the church was full. I went up to Communion, and when I turned to go back to my seat, I saw that almost half the people in the church had left. I had never seen anything like it.

Anonymous said...

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