Bishop prepares for Easter by insulting the Church


As the Church prepared in holy expectation and joy for the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ by prayer and fasting, the bishop of Dublin, Ireland (whom we should regard as a snake that St. Patrick himself would drive out with his holy fury) hurled insults at the Church by calling it a “religion of fear” and the Faith that has sanctified generations of saints nothing more than a harsh, tyrannical beast that hated souls, instead of the Holy and spotless Bride of Christ, given the divine commission of saving souls from harsh torments of hell.

The Church forbids her children from doing that which will lead to their eternal damnation. Our “respectability” should consist of honor, reverence, adoration and respect of God and his teachings handed down to us through the Church, respect for the temples of our bodies and respect for our fellow man and his eternal salvation. The Bishop seems to be more interested in holding the hands of those on the way to hell than lifting up the downtrodden and the sinner up the stairway to Heaven.

Does the Bishop remember what happened to Sodom, for glorifiying in their “LGBT rights”?

“I wish to remind you, although you know all things, that (the) Lord who once saved a people from the land of Egypt later destroyed those who did not believe. The angels too, who did not keep to their own domain but deserted their proper dwelling, he has kept in eternal chains, in gloom, for the judgment of the great day. Likewise, Sodom, Gomorrah, and the surrounding towns, which, in the same manner as they, indulged in sexual promiscuity and practiced unnatural vice, serve as an example by undergoing a punishment of eternal fire.”  ~Jude 1:5-7

God must have been “harsh,” “judgmental” and “hurtful” to Sodom and Gomorrah in destroying them by fire for their unnatural abominations. We must pray for Archbishop Martin and many, many others of like mind, that they will come back to right judgment; ultimately to reject Modernism, which is the fruit of all calamities currently present in the Church.  This should be our Easter prayer, during this most blessed season.

~Damsel of the Faith





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