“The views expressed do not represent the Christian position”

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9 Responses to “The views expressed do not represent the Christian position”

  1. C.L. says:

    My acknowledgement and thanks to Ando for this report.

  2. NFA says:

    From Dover’s

    Liberty Quote

    A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it.
    — G. K. Chesterton

  3. Cassie of Sydney says:

    A post-truth world, a post-Christian world.

  4. Dunny Brush says:

    The Bishop might want to take a squiz at The Catechism of the Catholic Church. Hard to believe JPII died less than 20 years ago and the Irish Church already being led by nuns-with-guitars squibbers like this. No wonder the Church is dying.

  5. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    Well the Bishop’s conversation with God at the Judgement is going to be a little awkward….

  6. Old School Conservative says:

    Bishop of Kerry Ray Browne apologised to those who were offended by Fr Sheehy

    I hope Bishop Ray Browne whispered his apology.

  7. vlad redux says:

    “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

    11 Blessed are you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely[b] on my account. 12 Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”

  8. John says:

    You don’t need to go as far as Ireland. Back in September 2021, the Archbishop of Melbourne censored and humiliated a young Polish Priest preaching in Keysborough. He decided to go back to Poland. I though there was a shortage of Priests in Australia. Obviously they only want woke Marxists here, not Catholics:

    The Archbishop of Melbourne censored a Polish missionary for his strong entry on the Australian government’s lockdown policy. The clergyman had to remove his argument as well as apologize to those who were offended by it. His thoughts were on the direct action of the Melbourne government extending the lockdown by another 10 days due to 20 cases of coronavirus infections.
    • After a series of entries critical to the lockdown policy, Archbishop. Peter Comensoli ordered the Polish missionary to remove his comment and apologize to the offended people
    • Father Mariusz Sokołowski exhorted Australians to convert, which led an anonymous person to file a complaint against the curia in Melbourne
    The Polish missionary, Father Mariusz Sokołowski from the Society of Christ, currently serves in the state of Victoria, Australia. In recent months, on his social media profiles, but also through interviews for Polish media, he described the difficulties he had to live with in his parish. Melbourne, as well as the whole of Australia, has been using a hard lockdown for over a year, even when the number of infections is currently at most a dozen or so cases in a metropolis or even in the state.
    More than once, he criticized the actions taken by local authorities related to the COVID-19 epidemic by means of his social messengers. A few days ago he stated outright that the next lockdown is an attack on freedom. He also considered that this was indirectly forcing authorities to take part in a vaccine action against the coronavirus.
    It is impossible to live like this! Insanity, nightmare, stupidity and terrible exhaustion. Australia wake up, get down on your knees and go back to God! Australia, stop being a test country for the world’s covid politics!
    – wrote Fr. Mariusz Sokołowski.
    Unfortunately, an anonymous complaint was received by the curia in Melbourne and it was so effective that the Polish missionary was censored. The clergyman posted a special post yesterday in which he announced the need to erase his thoughts on the lockdown and the epidemic. He received such an order from the Archbishop of Melbourne, Peter Comensoli.
    He was also, in a way, forced to apologize to those whom he allegedly offended by his thoughts. He explained that his purpose was not to persuade or not to vaccinate.
    It was not my purpose to offend anyone or to encourage anything. I just expressed my opinion, because I have the right to do so. As a citizen of the world, of the free world (I had such an impression until today), like thousands of people, I have the right to my thoughts and reflections, to my approval or disapproval of certain rules of life imposed on us.
    – said the clergyman from the Society of Christ, stressing that he felt no offense towards anyone, and that he would pray for his opponents.

    Now they are begging faithful Catholics to come back to Mass. Obviously the woke only drain money from the Church, rather than contributing.

  9. Lee says:

    As Churchill said, “an appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile [the left], hoping it will eat him last.”

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