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Tuesday, February 15, 2011


This clipping is from one of the Sun newspapers, February 16, 2005. I’m glad I saved it. As upsetting as the contents may be, let’s go on saving this piece of vile news in order to be reminded how the Roman Catholic Church deals with pedophiles in her midst. She simply has them quietly ‘transferred from parish to parish,’ it goes on to say. What does this do except broaden the scope of the pedophiles’ hunting ground? Does the Bible speak of this? “They gather themselves together, they hide themselves, they mark my steps, when they wait for my soul” (Psalm 56.6.) Listen, the Church of Rome is not led by men alone, but is what the Bible calls a “synagogue of Satan” (Revelation 2.9; 3.9.) This is why it is no slander to assert and insist that Rome persecutes whenever and wherever she can get away with it, if not in your parish, then in a parish near you.

Those who love children will righteously sneer at the fact that this child rapist could be out of prison as early as 2013. Is there a sentence anywhere on earth righteous enough to satisfy those of us who are grieved at how children are affected by molestation? Think for a moment what rape does to a kid! If we love children, we should fiercely defend them. The principle of mercy does not argue against the State bearing the sword (Romans 13.) But in Canada presently, what can we urge the assaulted to do but say from the heart, “They be many that fight against me, O thou most High. What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee” (Psalm 56.2, 3.) In fact, the less we can rely on Government, the more cause we have to trust God, and through the forgiveness and justification we need because of our own sins, one day see all our unrepentant enemies put down and ourselves lifted up, yea, lifted up all the way to HEAVEN. All of this by God’s only Begotten, through whom all blessings get channeled to his persecuted children. “And he [Jesus] took them [little children] up in his arms, put hands upon them, and blessed them” (Mark 10.16.)

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