13 October 2012

Yes. The Church is under attack.

If for some bizarre reason you do not believe that the Church is under attack by tolerant, diversity-loving secular extremists, please watch this video from Argentina:

NB.  There is some nudity in this video toward the end.  The full story can be found here.

And here's another incident from Canada:

GRANBY, Quebec, October 12, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Quebec pro-life conference was interrupted last weekend when about a dozen pro-abortion protesters stormed the evangelical church in which it was held and began chanting blasphemous slogans in front of the barricaded doors of the conference hall. Police had to bring in reinforcements to remove the protesters [. . .]

And yet another one:

TORONTO, Oct. 10, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In what pro-life leaders are calling a stunning and unprecedented attack on religious freedom, Ontario’s Education Minister has apparently declared that Catholic schools can no longer teach that abortion is wrong [. . .]

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  1. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Didn't really bother to see the video, but this snippet of the heart-breaking story linked below it shows the sad state of Latin American Catholicism...
    Although the destructive behavior of participants in Argentina’s annual National Women’s Encounter is well known, Martínez had inexplicably asked the police not to place barriers nor to guard the cathedral, which was on the planned route of the feminists’ march through the city.

  2. Our Liberal government here in Ontario is headed by dissident Catholics who have never been disciplined by their bishops. But Cardinal Collins seems to be feeling confident lately and laid the smackdown on Laurel Broten last night.


    Basically, he said we'll see your Bill 13 and raise you section 93 of the constitution and the education act. Bam!

  3. Pat unfortunately both those acts can be changed. And as far as the constitution I will remind you that even in Quebec which was to protect the Anglican schools changed the constitution as it pertained to them and made it about language not religion. Every other province has repealed that section of the constitution. I will say this again, as I have said elsewhere. It would be better to tear up the agreement that gave funding to grades 11-13. With grade 13 eliminated, getting funding for these two years isn't worth the destruction of the faith. What the "spirit of Vatican II" didn't destroy in Ontario the Government is destroying now.

    Honestly I find it pathetic: there is a catholic schoolin Newmarket I believe, who because they must take non-catholics because they take funding all the way to grade 12 were asked by students if they could have a prayer room and the principal said yes. There is now a muslim prayer room right beside the school's chapel, as well as a GSA. (Has anyone read the prayer book from the Muslim prayer room about how they are to be lovingly accepting of gays? (snark)

    Honestlyu, the nails in Catholic schools' coffin began with full funding. Saint Michael's College and I think the choir school removed themselves from any funding even elementary funding- went completely private. Unfortunately we can't just give up the last two years of funding. Now, we may have to give up all funding or drop all the catholic schools. Honestly I already teach most of the catechism to my kids any way. Getting no religious education at school might be better than getting this watered down secularized let's not offend anyone God is a fuzzy loving teddy bear crap.

    I'm tired and I've got a two year old to get back to so I can't proofread, this so I hope it makes some kind of sense.

    I keep thinking of that scene in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. When the dwarf sees Aslan and Lucy says to the Dwarf: Do you see him, now??