Thursday, August 9, 2018

Why Pope Francis' Tinkering With Capital Punishment Is Dangerous For Souls


  1. Poop Francis is a material heretic. He needs to be deposed. Where are the bishops and cowardinals?

    Faithful Catholics need to storm Baltimore on November 12th!

  2. Well, pretty much everything this pope does is a danger to the salvation of souls. But "the world" loves him---the communists, Marxists, leftist, sodomites, heretics, masons, etc.

  3. Just what we need: an Interfaith Prayer Service! After all, all religions are the same!

    August 10, 2018

    Dear Brother Priest,

    As you may be aware, there is a “Unite the Right” rally planned for this Sunday, August 12, 2018 in our nation’s capital, similar to the rally which turned violent and even deadly, held in Charlottesville, Virginia last year at this time. Another rally in Charlottesville, Virginia is also planned for this weekend.

    The Mayor of Washington, DC and the Governor of Virginia have taken steps to mitigate the anticipated clashes between the rally attendees and those who might attend to protest the rally. In the face of this potentially violent situation, we must stand for the Gospel values that recognize the dignity and worth of every human being, regardless of race, religion or place of origin. Also, we must stand firmly against the rhetoric and violence of hatred, intolerance and fear.

    An interfaith prayer service for peace will be held tonight, Friday, August 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the Washington Hebrew Congregation, 3935 Macomb Street, NW, Washington, DC. The archdiocese will be represented by Reverend Charles Cortinovis, Executive Director of the Archdiocesan Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. All are welcome.

    I ask that you pray for peace, justice and tolerance during the celebration of Masses this weekend. Attached are suggested Prayers of the Faithful for your use. Also attached is a blog statement from Cardinal Wuerl.

    With appreciation for your ministry to all of God’s people, I am

    Sincerely in Christ,

    Reverend Monsignor Charles V. Antonicelli
    Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia



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