Skip to comments.'France, 2016' Le Pen's fury as riot police DRAG Christians out of church
Posted on 08/03/2016 8:42:09 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Marion Le Pen simply wrote France, 2016 #SainteRita alongside the image of the priest who refused to leave the mass he was holding in protest against the demolition of local church Sainte Rita.
The angry protests come just a day after Father Jacques Hamel, who had his throat slit by two depraved Islamic State fighters, was laid to rest in Rouen Cathedral on Tuesday.
France: dragging Christians out of churches while Hollande bashes Trump.
Muslim terrorists murder priests in cold blood, while the leftist American media pretend Trump bashes a Muslim Democrat lawyer with ties to the Clinton Crime Family Foundation.
Time to stand for truth, people.
Vive Le Pen!
It must be kind of fun to know without a doubt that you will be the next President of France. God Bless her.
On a related note, do journalists have a style guide to help them write articles in a consistent manner? I've read stories where priests "hold" mass, "conduct" mass, "lead" mass, as well as others equally illogical.
Priests celebrate mass, offer mass, they even say mass. It appears the journalist chosen to write on religious matters is the one with the least knowledge of the religion in question . . . or at least the most antipathy toward it.
I don’t know if there is any hope for western civilization anymore...If this can happen, it is time for the Crusades to happen again.
A Chicago station had the following story a few years back: “A United Methodist reverend, who had been suspended from her ministry and tried by the church for coming out as a lesbian, has been cleared by the church court and has returned to her pastoral work. Today she celebrated mass for the first time in nearly a year.” I wrote to the editor, pointing out the UMC “reverends” (AKA “ministers”) don’t “celebrate mass,” and he actually wrote back, admitting they had done a sloppy job.
Priests celebrate mass, offer mass, they even say mass.
according to our current Novus Ordo parishes, the priest is referred to as a ‘presider’...
kind of in the way a designated council person would ‘preside’ over a municipal budget discussion...
gotta love the reverence of the Novus Ordo...
Wow! That is some sloppy reportage . . . or deliberate editorializing.
"Presider" is an apt description as the fellow who in the past did all the work today spends most of the time sitting in a chair while assistants, invariably female, do the heavy lifting.
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