Ireland has fallen

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

  1. "Quis ut Deus"

    "Quis ut Deus" Powers Staff Member

    so now they are debating the euthanasia bill in the irish parlament...after that they will legalise pedophilia and the floods will surely come....
  2. AED

    AED Powers

    Dear Jesus have mercy. I cannot bear this. Running so fast to catch up to the wickedness they were spared for so long. Why this intense speed? It chills the soul.
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  3. Adoremus

    Adoremus Powers

    My blood ran cold when I saw that the main campaigner for the cervical cancer scandal victims is calling for the legalisation of assisted suicide, a mother of young children, she wants to end her life early. Leading the campaign of despair, Lord help us.
  4. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    The irony of enforcing Bolshevist lockdowns, destroying livelihoods, killing far more by delayed treatment and diagnosis, causing a suicide spike of growing proportions, the outcome of which is mostly to 'protect' the lives of poor unfortunates already knocking on Heaven's door; and now they're debating how they can murder these unfortunates. The devil is having a laugh.
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  5. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    The logic of her position is that she should be grateful for cervical cancer and should be praising those responsible for early deaths.
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  6. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    To paraphrase the late, great, Leonard Cohen, can you feel the devil's riding crop?
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  7. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    It would appear that the very fact that a priest might hold a senior position makes him all the more suspect. When the man who is our present pope can achieve that status, what does it say about the official governance of the Catholic Church? There seems to be extensive communist infiltration of the Church, many installed for decades. Their masters tried to murder St John Paul II, saved only by Our Lady's slowing the bullet. Without him, nothing would have survived of Catholic Truth. The communists are holding the reins once again, but Our Lady will do enough to save the day again, be assured, just barely enough to minimally interfere with mankind's devilish-leaning free will. We don't deserve this, but we get it.
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  8. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    This campaigner was on a few weeks ago about how the general public should be aware of the vulnerable health of people such as herself and we should take responsibility for protecting the health of cancer patients.
    Methinks being a media star has gone to her head.
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  9. Adoremus

    Adoremus Powers

    And of course they don't call it assisted suicide any more, now they call it dying with dignity. Like sugar-coating rat poison.
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  10. Sean Dowling

    Sean Dowling Angels

    When I did my midwifery training in England I was always so proud telling the English girls that we didn't kill our young in Ireland.
    We had that shining principle I'm my beautiful home land, or was I fooling myself . The country I'd left was Christian, people referenced God as a moral standard, but maybe they were slipping a bit. We loved children and took steps to prevent the darkness of abortion from coming to our shores. But the devil is cunning and used twisted logic to get misguided 'compassion' and out and out radical feminism to convince a soft headed public that it's the modern way of things, to allow morals to be based on the self alone.
    Well the devil did a jig on St Patrick's grave the night they brought 'death by doctor' into our hospitals.
    It's a spiral downwards from there, to destruction, when all that is pure, is turned on itself. Nothing sacred anymore.
    The few that are left with God's law as their lights are side lined while the enemy brings more self destruction to our land with Euthanasia. They already euthanase inutero for physically challenged babies, not much of a stretch to kill frail or old citizens.
    I stand for God's Law. I pray that Our Lord spare us, from ourselves.
    We need a jolt.
    A wake up alarm.
    I'll keep praying..
    God Bless all.
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  11. AED

    AED Powers

    Oh they use language cleverly to obfuscate and change and hide and create sympathy. It is fiendish to turn these moral issues upside down with language! Anyone who desires her own self inflicted death and/or the right for others to self murder has no faith in the God or an afterlife. Death with dignity indeed. The only death with dignity is a holy death by God's grace.
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  12. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Sean, your post is so truthful and eloquent. And thank you for your blessing.
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  13. AED

    AED Powers

    Yes. Yes indeed.
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  14. AED

    AED Powers

    Thankyou Sean.
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  15. Dolours

    Dolours Powers

    We're back to online Masses in Dublin since yesterday. I will be surprised if the Sunday obligation is ever reinstated for the universal Church. Reckon it's more likely to be left to individual Bishops.

    I heard an interview with an Augustinian priest a couple of weeks ago. He said that some people will likely never return to Mass. That didn't seem to bother him at all. He said that one person he knows told him that he prefers Mass online because it helps him be more reflective. We know that Jesus will spit the lukewarm out of His mouth. I wonder what will be the fate of the half frozen - especially priests?
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  16. Booklady

    Booklady Powers

    :cry::cry: Father Malachi Martin said that many clerics have lost their faith, totally. They no longer believe in the sacrifice of the mass. Is it any wonder that the laity is confused and under catechized.
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  17. padraig

    padraig New Member

    I always had a feeling that you could almost tell the level of the Faith by the way the priest says the mass.

    I was camping in the middle of nowhere in Fermanagh a few years ago and went to mass every day in a tiny little Parish Church. I got talking to the Father who seemed surprised by the fact that I went to mass everyday and spent long periods in prayer both before and after mass. He said I had, 'Great Faith'. But I just had this uneasy feeling as I watched him that, giving the choice he would not be going o mass every day himself and might even, not be going to mass at all.
  18. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Our local Mass has become such a pantomime I am not going anymore --

    No Holy water - just hand sanitizer at the door
    Forced wearing of masks --
    Red & White tape on alternate pews - looks like building works
    Priest wears a mask and a face guard and gloves when distributing communion
    He distributes communion with small golden tongs
    He distributes communion behind a Perspex shield
    There is a small opening in the Perspex shield that has a hole the size of a letter box which he pokes the tongs through with host
    People go up in 2 metre lines - you can only receive in the hand - you remove the mask temporarily to put communion on your own tongue
    Then you put mask back on.
    You leave straight after communion into the streets


    May God forgive me for missing Mass but I cannot in good faith sit through the sacrilegious pantomime. I will be getting Mass online today.
    Last edited: Sep 20, 2020
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  19. Dolours

    Dolours Powers

    The problems in the Church here are deep rooted. Have a read of this:

    Note that the Irish Redemptorists requested that he be returned to active ministry. We have some good priests here. Sadly, more than a few of them would make Martin Luther look like a saint.
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  20. Sean Dowling

    Sean Dowling Angels

    Given no other choice, online Mass is better than no Mass, but only just.
    The detachment from the real physical presence of Our Lord is an ache in the heart for those of us left that believe He is actually there/here when receiving the communion host . It's spiritual gruel.
    All that's on offer, so beggars can't be choosers.
    This is surely the lowest ebb of Christianity since the faith was first brought to our green Isle.
    The falling away of faith and the rise of pride in 'self' is disturbing. All needs are met by things and empty entertainment.
    The rise of obedience to one's own law and scoffing at the notion of God's 'inconvenient' law, is an imitation of what lucifer did in turning his back to the Lord.
    What happens to a soul that knowingly rejects and acts against God's will. They choose the path that leads to Gehenna. This is Ireland's new path, God help us.
    Our Bishops are sappy looking, well meaning, but without any ears to hear their words, they might as well be talking to themselves.
    I know God will use mankind to do the evangelising for his church, and I know His heart will triumph, and that's us, but we need a huge dose of the Holy Spirit to reach His well fed sheep.
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