Ireland has fallen

Discussion in 'Ireland' started by AidanK, Feb 24, 2018.

  1. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    We have a faith that is most alive at the point of death.
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  2. Don_D

    Don_D ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

  3. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    This is what happens when men fear neither god nor man. A trend that can only grow, if society continues down its present path.

    The most blatant evil was the demolition of the supermarket after they had looted it. Pure badness.

    Ironically, it is their own community that will be at the loss of this supermarket, at least temporarily. Additionally, many locals would have been employed there.

    Evil and stupidity seem to be near-constant fellow-travellers.
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  4. AidanK

    AidanK A great sinner

    Ireland might be due a great chastisement
  5. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Realize that the recent storms and disruption in Ireland are but a beginning.

    Should Ireland vote in favour of sacrificing it's children to abortion -- we will lose the protection of God's grace.

    This is a decisive moment in the nation's history. Should Ireland vote Yes to abortion the nation says Yes to divorcing itself from God.

    Where are you Pope Francis when we need you most?

    Oh yes forgot -- you are too busy making a movie about yourself!

    I have made an effort to increase my prayers trying to double my daily Rosary in this fight against this evil -- I know many others are doing the same -- but --

    It is like David vs Goliath -- the monolithic media/political propaganda machine death fanatics are confident of success ---
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  6. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Our Pope has been busy with the abortion issue. Profusely praising those of the bicycle-pump method and presenting prestigious awards to prolific proponents.
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  7. jackzokay

    jackzokay Archangels

    I wish I had your optimism Indy; but I fear defeat.

    No one seems to care about the unborn. Ordinary, everyday people appear disinterested at best - in the plight if these unborn babies. And many actually support abortion.

    Is anyone for Dublin Saturday?
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  8. Barry

    Barry New Member

    I'm going to go to the march for life on Saturday in Dublin.
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  9. padraig

    padraig Powers

  10. padraig

    padraig Powers

    I will be there too.:):):)
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  11. jackzokay

    jackzokay Archangels

    There is a testimony from the fella that actually found the chamber.
    It was nothing like the horror stories portrayed in the media, and now seemingly amplified in feigned concern by members of the Irish government.

    Like America and many other countries, our country has been infiltrated and overcome at the very highest echelons.

    ...they trample on the blood of our saints. And are now looking to spill the blood of our babies.

    I agree with a previous poster:
    we will soon receive our chastisement, unfortunately.

    The rosary is said in our house daily, in the hope that the angel of the Lord, when he arrives - will pass us by.
    (I know how fundamental this sounds, believe me. And many of my friends think I should be sectioned when I talk like this - but I will not be shaken in this belief).
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  12. regolith

    regolith New Member

    The Church will be full of those who accept compromises

    How very very true.

    So sad to hear Catholics talk about ‘partner’ and not ‘spouse’, how cohabitation is ‘just the same’ as marriage, Mass is ‘optional’ (and rarely attended), celibacy is ‘cruel’, confession is unnecessary as I can talk to God in the pew, hell isnt real, everyone goes to heaven, pornography is ok, and on and on.
    At risk of sounding haughty (funny coming from me :LOL:) I can honestly say I can’t name more than 3 people who believe as I do. I point this out only to show almost all Catholics I know have compromised massively, not just slightly, massively.
    Filled with compromises indeed. Those words chill me.
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  13. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    It was standard, and quite correct, international practice at the time, in the event of fatal infectious disease, to bury children dying in crowded orphanages as quickly as was expedient, in order to protect the survivors. Due to insufficient personnel and resources, there was rightly little standing on ceremony, because the primary concern was to care for the surviving children. I remember reading a balanced article at the time that pointed out that the mortality rate in the care-home concerned was quite a bit lower than comparable institutions in the then much wealthier State of New York, at that time. Of course, there are no crowded orphanages nowadays...
  14. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    im going also
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  15. padraig

    padraig Powers

    I must watch out for you. I am looking forward to going to the Holy Shop in Dublin near O'Connell street. I am afraid the one in Belfast is very small and pokey. I would love, love, love to buy some sacramentals. Some good ones.
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  16. padraig

    padraig Powers

    We get the politicians we deserve. ?If we vote for wicked people it is our own fault; we will be punished with them.
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2018
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  17. CrewDog

    CrewDog Archangels

    Yes ... it's like David & Goliath ..... David had The Armor of God and Goliath didn't !;) Put on The Armor of God, Pray, Raise Hell and take Heart tn the knowledge that God is in Control and His enemies in the godless monolithic media/political propaganda -n- death machine are frantic with rage 'cause they realize that a Big Wrench has been thrown into the gears of their awful machine and their hopes for domination are fading.

  18. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    yes it would be lovely to meet up. Not sure where that shop is. I will be travelling by train cud text if it works out on the day.
  19. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

  20. jackzokay

    jackzokay Archangels

    Yes and no Padraig...

    The political system here in the north, in my opinion, has been slanted and manipulated to such a degree that the traditional Catholic/ nationalist parties have shifted so far left that its impossible to vote for them.
    Sinn Fein, for example, would murder our babies given the chance. While the SDLP leave it to 'the conscience' of the individual politician.

    If the SDLP canditate is pro-abortion then true Catholics must either vote unionist - or lose their vote.

    In fact, I've recently toyed with voting unionist. I never, ever thought I'd say that! But when reflecting upon it, I have more in common with the good God-fearing protestant people than with Sinn Fein.

    People the world over have poor political leadership, and variety is deliberately corralled, so that practically all politicians support abortion - or will do little to nothing about it if/when elected.

    I'm not sure what the south is like. But it doesnt look much more positive from what i can tell; I read somewhere that thon Enda Kenny clown along with his cronies were pushing for the American model: permissible right up to just before birth. Madness!

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