Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Quisling-Catholics
Brought to you by the same idiots who tell us that "we worship the same God as the moslems!"

And what exactly is chanted from minarets? The denial of the divinity of Christ, and the complete existence of The Holy Ghost.


Here's some of the posting from Gallia Watch;
If that isn't the creepiest nativity scene ever displayed! It's in Switzerland, of all places. Some Swiss cannot atone enough for the sins of their compatriots who voted against minarets, they have to offend, insult, and renounce the last glimmer of reason, the last concern for taste and the last faint flicker of national or religious identity. The picture originally arrived in my e-mail box, and I assumed it was PhotoShopped. Then I saw this article at Bivouac-Id. I really was surprised, though I shouldn't have been.

6 Comments:

Blogger JLS said...

The Franciscan with the exaggerated sideburns? Obviously he is not only a Catholic friar but an Orthodox Jewish rabbi, because they don't "cut the corners of their hair".

The problem with these "judaisers" (see Acts, St Peter) is that they get confused and self contradictory.

The point in not cutting the corners of the hair was to remind them not to cut corners on the journey to Heaven. But obviously this combo friar/rabbi is trying to cut corners by avoiding the Great Commission to teach and preach the Gospel.

See the irony? He strains at gnats and lets the camels stick their noses under the tent flap.

1:16 AM  
Blogger Al said...

1 My 1st thought WTF??????

2 It is wrong to offend the Muslims but it is OK to offend Christians in the mind of the person who did this. Father Callisto Caldelari might want to go back & see what St. Francis would have to say. It wouldn't line up with Caldari's I suspect.

1:23 AM  
Blogger Mary said...

Completely outrageous.

8:18 AM  
Blogger Mike the Geek said...

Cavey - Are you sure those are minarets and not the new Iranian ICBMs?

11:15 AM  
Blogger Sonja said...

One more example of an abomination of desolation seated in a holy place.

1:26 PM  
Blogger Paul Nichols said...

Isn't there one Catholic in that place who's got the guts to tear that display apart? If I saw that in my parish, I think I would.

8:21 AM  

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