Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry - You are a liar and a deceiver

How much more must the Catholic faithful take? How can we sit by and not scream out righteous anger at these malefactors?

As you may know, the people of Ireland have a question before them about the definition of marriage. Marriage is between one man and one woman. Period. Men cannot marry men and woman cannot marry woman. Those that have done this in government have corrupted their societies. Those in the Church that attempt to justify it or sanction it are doing the work of Satan. They have lost the faith if they ever had it. Their vocations are false. They are liars and they are deceivers. 

The latest is Bishop Donal McKeown who has used his bully pulpit to spread guilt that those in Ireland who may vote against the re-definition of marriage might do it out of "bigotry" and that we must not "bully."

Instead of speaking the truth to power he lies to the people.

What else has his liar in clerical clothing said? 

Pro-Life groups should stop "screaming over abortion."

We have a bishop that admonishes the laity on abortion and tells the faithful they can vote positively for sodomite and lesbian "marriage?"

This man is a devil.

The day is coming soon when God the Father will no longer hold back his vengeance upon these rotten and disgraceful wolves who have disguised themselves as shepherds. They are filth. They are putrid. They stink of bile and sodomy. 

Bishop McKeown, resign!

Where is the Pope and why has he not called this man to Rome to remove him from his office?

Irish bishop: Catholics can back gay ‘marriage’ in good conscience

DERRY, Northern Ireland, May 20, 2015 ( -- Despite opposition by the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference to the proposal to change the meaning of marriage in the Constitution of Ireland in the May 22 same-sex "marriage" referendum, an Irish bishop told a radio talk show host that he would "hate" to see people vote against the change "for bigoted, nasty, bullying reasons."
Bishop of Derry Donal McKeown was speaking for the "no" position on the referendum, as supported by the bishops of Ireland, in a debate on the Shaun Doherty Show.
Although he maintained that legalizing same-sex "marriage" would be a "dangerous experiment," especially the ramifications in the lives of children and future generations, he equivocated that people could vote yes or no in the referendum "in good conscience," if they were as informed as possible before voting and were making a "mature decision."
"People have to make their own mature decision, be it yes or be it no. I would hate for people to be voting no for bad reasons, for bigoted reasons, for nasty reasons, for bullying reasons. People have to make up their own minds and I’m quite happy that people can do that in front of God, be it yes or be it no," Bishop McKeown said.

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Our Lady of Good Success-pray for us. said...

Well said. "Their vocations are false. They are liars and they are deceivers" and bullies themselves. How do these Judases sleep at night? Oh, that's right, off the Sunday donations of the sheeple they are deceiving and abusing.

Catechist Kev said...

This is a partial from yesterday's Novus Ordo first reading - St. Paul telling the "elders" (bishops) at Ephesus to be watchful over their flocks:

"I know that after my departure savage wolves will come among you, and they will not spare the flock.

And from your own group, men will come forward perverting the truth to draw the disciples away after them." (Acts 20:29-30)

Wow. "...from your own group, men will come perverting the truth...".

Sound familiar, Vox?

Theresa said...

Where is the Pope...why has he not called for this man to resign...I'm afraid the Pope is far to busy appointing pro-sodomites to positions in the Vatican....and I really think we've reached the limit with that old standby excuse the Bishop of Rome didn't know. He knows exactly what he is doing and accomplishing.....Our Lady of Fatima, Ora Pro Nobis!

Anonymous said...

Our Lady of Fatima, Ora Pro Nobis!
None of the traditionalists and conservatives have affirmed the dogma on salvation in Ireland. Instead they have accepted exceptions, as this bishop.
When this bishop can be allowed to change a defined dogma and Catholic conservatives and traditionalists were silent, why could he not change other Church teachings.
Here is an example of responsible people who are silent.

CM,SSPX,MICM deny the Faith to please superiors

Anonymous said...

Fr. Gerald Fitzgerald, founder of Servants of the Paraclete in the US called these devils, vipers, this "class of rattlesnake", "better they had not been born", in 1957. How much longer O Lord.

Aged parent said...

Glancing at this prelate's picture which you provided I would say he is not only a deceiver and a liar but also something else.

Anonymous said...

The same kind of evil has been coming from the Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin for years. He is constantly used as a mouthpiece by the Government and Media who are pushing the legalisation of "marital status" on sodomitical relations, and persecuting the truth-speakers. They are colluding actively with the evil agenda of marriage and family destruction, and the systematic killing of the baby in utero, contraception, cohabitation, euthanasia, etc. their public support for grave evil has increased exponentially since Pope Francis was installed. They have countless souls on their moribund consciences. They can have no fear off God. Blessed Michael, the Archangel, defend us in battle . . .

Anonymous said...

And, Bishop McKeown, heretic and enemy of God and His Laws: it is a mortal sin to vote for the imposition of grave intrinsic evil by means of invalid man-made law. And it is a much worse mortal sin for you to lead souls in to perdition in this way. If you are being blackmailed, admit what it is they have on you, to have your cooperation with evil, resign, and start again having confessed all. Your soul is in grave danger.

Anonymous said...

The tone of this article, with appended comments, and the manner in which it has been published i.e. without due regard to the facts is alarming. The content of the article has no regard for the clarity with which Bishop McKeown has promoted Church teaching on marriage and the family and indicated his support for a 'No' vote during this particular radio interview and in other media. The nature of the personal accusations made against Bishop McKeown by commentators, combined with the fact that they were published by the moderator of the site, is hardly congruent with the claim that the website is defending Christian values.

Vox Cantoris said...

Are you saying that the LifeSite article misrepresents what the Bishop has said? I'm sorry, I know many at LifeSiteNews and they are meticulous in their reporting.

The position of this bishop and all others of Ireland should be pretty simple.


Simple, no?

Since he did not say this, then this stands and is justified.

It is hardly charitable for you to judge me on my Christian values.

Go read about vipers and whitewashed sepulchres.

TLM said...

Hmmm.....seems to me that Bishop McKeown is echoing the same thing that Francis had said at the very beginning of his Papacy: 'Let's not talk so much about abortion'. They are parroting him now just about word for word, in case no one has noticed.

I would like to tell the Bishop that instead, he needs to stop screaming heresies.

Anonymous said...

What I'm saying is that the article quotes just one point that Bishop McKeown made during a lengthy (sixty minute) debate. Surely fair journalism would also have referenced some of the other points made by the bishop as a means of giving readers a more authentic sense of the bishop's stance. The language used in the article and by some of those leaving comments is, to my mind, inflammatory and imprudent.

FLOR solitaria said...

All these people are just fulfilling what's written in the Apocalypse. But they are blind, so they don't know that.