Friday, April 09, 2010

"Indeed, you will be hated by all nations on my account." - Mt. 24:10


"... They will manhandle and persecute you, summoning you to synagogues and prisons, bringing you to trial before kings and govenors, all because of my name." - Luke 21:12
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UN Judge Says Pope Should be Prosecuted at International Criminal Court.
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In London last Friday, a high ranking United Nations (UN) jurist called on the British government to detain Pope Benedict XVI during his upcoming visit to Britain, and send him to trial in the International Criminal Court (ICC) for “crimes against humanity.” - Story here.

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"All will hate you because of me, yet not a hair on your head will be harmed.  By patient endurance you will save your souls." - Luke 21: 17-19

11 comments:

  1. Pardon my French but - WTF?!

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  2. I saw this story too - I'll be posting about it later today.

    We have similar thought about it.

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  3. This is so "off the wall", there is no decent comment to be made (Angela M, I defer to your's!)
    "Patient endurance" is right, Terry.
    Especially the "patient" part.
    "The devil is prowling like a roaring lion", that's for sure.
    Too bad he has so many willing agents.

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  4. Well, then. Since they have become so passionate for the cause (as I am sure they only have the abused children's interest in mind)-When can we expect a trial for US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan for the rampant abuse of children in our public school system and it systemic and pervasive cover-up??? And while we're at it, since they feel so passionately about finding justice for the innocent, perhaps he should look into prosecuting all those on the UN who are pushing for the murder of unborn children.

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  5. Yeah, well, it's a good thing the post following this one is on anger because I'm dealing with it.

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  6. Time for the US to pull out of the UN.

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  7. KM - Excellent point. In local news today, a male teacher has been arrested for sexual abuse of girls that has gone on for years. It was just a blip.

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  8. Anonymous4:50 PM

    Oh you poor, persecuted Catholics. You have it so rough.

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  9. Anonymous:
    Why don't you read the authentic rebuttals of the NYTimes attack upon the Pope, the Church?
    And then why don't you give some thought that Pope Benedict XVI has been the one champion of the rights of the victims of abuse?
    What other Church or organization is as villified in the MSM as the Catholic Church?
    Answer these questions, and then maybe your stupid comment might be overwhelmed by the light of truth.

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  10. Amen, Fr Nazareth! And if I may add to your question to "anonymous"...ask yourself WHY the MSM vilifies the Catholic Church and ONLY the Catholic Church?

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  11. Thanks, Georgette.
    Gosh, I was feeling guilty all during our Adoration early this morning for being so direct and "in your face".
    Thank you for helping me realize that wasn't so bad, after all.
    At least, if Mr. Terry doesn't "banish" me (what I REALLY feared, to be honest...that red-head Irish temper got the best of me with that lame-a** comment, oops, I did it again!). It's Divine Mercy Sunday...I guess I'll have to go to confession...again! Blessing to you, dear!

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