Thursday, October 22, 2020

The Pictures On The Doors At Our Lady Of Lourdes - Their Disgusting Roots

Two months ago, I reported on seeing blasphemous pictures of Jesus Christ on the doors of Our Lady of Lourdes in Bethesda, MD.  I haven't been there in a while, but I believe they still remain on the doors, despite good Catholics asking Father for their removal.

One of those good Catholics directed me to a blog where Christianity is mocked in general.  The particular post in question is     You can read this piece for yourself and understand the mocking, sneering tone of it.  You will also notice that the picture of the "masked Jesus" is the exact same one that is on the doors of the OLOL church.  Coincidence?  I think not!

Please notice the date of that post: March 6, 2020.  Now bear in mind when Msgr Filardi left Lourdes and Father Walsh arrived there; that transfer was effective July 8, 2020, per the Catholic Standard.  In plain English, that post and picture were on the internet well before Father Walsh's arrival.  It is within the realm of probabilities that Father Walsh obtained that blasphemous picture from the hardtimes post, and if so, he had to have known the utter disrespect that Dan Rice (author of the post) has for Our Lord.

The rest of that hardtimes site is pure trash.  If such sites are the inspiration for "priestly humor" and probably the thinking of some priests in general, the people whom they pastor are being cheated of the pastoral care that is their right as Catholics.


  1. Are you aware of the Prayer walk next weekend in Baltimore over the gender confused little girl in the Archdiocesan school? I can send you info and a flyer if would like to post here.

    1. No I was not. Please send that. Thank you.

    2. Can't post a PDF here, so I've created a facebook post with the text from the email and a picture of the PDF.


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