Bishop Alfonso Delgado and 700 parishioners formed an inner guard within cathedral when the 1500 Catholics withstood the demoniacs

Bishop Mos. Alfonso Delgado and 700 Catholics formed an inner guard within San Juan Cathedral to protect the sanctity of the Church from being desecrated and burnt down by the 7,000 demoniacs if they overcame the 1500 young Catholic men who had formed a human shield around their beloved cathedral.

According to LifeSite News while the attack from the 7,000 Lesbian, pro-abortionist raged outside  700 people were also in prayer accompanied by their bishop Mos. Alfonso Delgado.

According to InfoCatolica, some of the women chanted a song, with the lyrics: “To the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church, who wants to get between our sheets, we say that we want to be whores, travesties and lesbians. Legal abortion in every hospital.”

The 7,000 depraved women and men were attending the National Women’s Encounter, which takes place every year in different Argentinean cities, sponsored by the Argentinian Government’s Department of Culture as a “social interest” event.  According to the Argentinean pro-life site ArgentinosAlerta.org, this is not the first time that the feminists wind up in public violence against churches and Catholics.  In past protests, the cathedral of Bariloche, Paraná and Posadas have also suffered damages from these groups.

After unsuccessfully trying to get into the building, the women burned a human-sized effigy of Pope Francis. “If the pope were a woman, abortion would be legal,” they shouted.

The parish priest Fr. Rómulo Campora said to the Diario de Cuyo that “the burning of the image of Pope Francis is an offense, not just to the Church but to every Argentinean because the pope is Argentinean.”

Praising the men who defended the church, he said: “San Juan loves its God, loves its faith, loves its family.” He lamented the damage done to the cathedral and concluded that “if they don’t respect life, we can’t expect them to respect the buildings.”

Protect the Pope comment: What an example of heroism in the face of depraved evil these Argentinian Catholics have set before their fellow Catholics around the world. We see the mask removed from the evil that seeks to destroy our Church. Our enemy is Satan, whose obscene degradation of these pathetic, deluded young women has been exposed for all Christians and people of goodwill to see. It is no coincidence that the devil is raging in Argentina after the Argentinian pope has just consecrated the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Satan hates Our Lady of Fatima, and Pope Francis has dedicated his pontificate to this gracious Lady of Portugal. Please pray the Fatima prayer for the demoniacs who attacked San Juan Cathedral:

O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to Heaven, especially those most in need of Thy mercy. Amen.
Ó meu bom Jesus perdoai e livrai-nos do fogo do inferno, levai as almas todas para o céu e socorrei as que mais precisarem de vossa infinita misericordia.http://www.lifesitenews.com/horror-mob-of-topless-pro-abort-feminists-attacks-rosary-praying-men-defend.html?utm_source=LifeSiteNews.com+Daily+Newsletter&utm_campaign=840a492c35-LifeSiteNews_com_Intl_Headlines_06_19_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0caba610ac-840a492c35-326240826

40 comments to Bishop Alfonso Delgado and 700 parishioners formed an inner guard within cathedral when the 1500 Catholics withstood the demoniacs

  • Shaun the Sheep

    The wickedness and depravity of this is shocking. To see that their un-holy sacrifice is the death of the unborn child is truly from the lowest pit of hell. If anyone would doubt that there is a God, seeing such depth of evil as this would convince one that there is at least Lucifer.

    Again, where were the police? Is there any information about their whereabouts? If the Catholics knew the cathedral was due to be attacked, I can’t believe the police didn’t know. Their absence speaks volumes about the state of that country.

    • Michael Petek

      Jesus Himself said that, if anyone corrupts a child, it would be better for him if he were thrown into the sea with a millstone around his neck. I suspect that He recommended the use of the sea only because He had sworn never again to destroy mankind by a flood.

      Wherefore I wonder whether Christian civilisation would have survived for long enough to see the invention of the printing press and of printed Bibles had the inquisitors in the ecclesiastical tribunals not relaxed harpies to the secular arm for the punishments prescribed for heresy at the time.

  • Michael Petek

    “To the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church, who wants to get between our sheets, we say that we want to be whores, travesties and lesbians. Legal abortion in every hospital.”

    “To the aforesaid whores, travesties and lesbians. You are condemned already, because you do not believe in God’s only Son. [moderated comment]

    • Michael Petek

      “Therefore, God handed them over to degrading passions. Their females exchanged natural relations for unnatural, and the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity.” (Romans 1:26-27)

      • Michael Petek

        Funny you should moderate my comment, Nick! St Paul himself wrote in Romans 1 that those who sin by sexual promiscuity suffer God’s punishment in their own flesh and deserve to die for what they do. As it is written, albeit in HG Wells’ “War of the Worlds”:

        “In another moment I had scrambled up the earthen rampart and stood upon its crest, and the interior of the redoubt was below me. A mighty space it was, with gigantic machines here and there within it, huge mounds of material and strange shelter places. And scattered about it, some in their overturned war-machines, some in the now rigid handling-machines, and a dozen of them stark and silent and laid in a row, were the Martians—dead!—slain by the putrefactive and disease bacteria against which their systems were unprepared; slain as the red weed was being slain; slain, after all man’s devices had failed, by the humblest things that God, in his wisdom, has put upon this earth.”

      • Nicolas Bellord

        But Michael: Timothy Radcliffe O.P. knows better than St Paul vide the Pilling Report:

        257. Timothy Radcliffe began with the observation that for most of
        the Church’s history, sexual conduct has neither been a major concern
        nor understood primarily in terms of rules. The shift began at the
        Reformation but it is only with the Enlightenment that we see an overriding
        concern for the regulation of sex: ‘… my suspicion is that both
        this obsession with sex and a stress on rules (are) both relatively late
        and alien to traditional Christianity’.
        258. Instead, Fr Radcliffe proposed a Eucharistic sexual ethic that
        started with Jesus’s gift of his body at the Last Supper.

        “Eucharistic sexual ethic” sounds like something out of Tina Beattie. What on earth is the man on about?

        • Michael Petek

          Timothy Radcliffe OP ought to read some history. The mediaeval Church stamped out the practice of using herbs to contracept or to procure abortion by invoking the laws concerning witchcraft and heresy.

          They knew what we are slowly learning: dissent from the truths of right reason concerning religion and public morality is as tolerable as sedition or treason. Our own civilisation is collapsing because people are free to lie about these things.

        • bernadette

          Ah Yes. Radcliffian theology: if it grooves like love, if it dare not speak its name, if it seems to be love, then it is love.

          This man is a Dominican Abbot. Is there anywhere left to hide ?

        • Lynda

          Diabolical heresy and lies!

        • Nicolas Bellord

          The Pilling report (no connection with the Bitter Pill I presume) says:

          In the
          course of our work, we heard two impressive presentations from
          theologians whom we had invited to meet us because they are well
          known for their work on sexual and relational ethics: Professor Oliver
          O’Donovan and Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP.

          but then Fr Timothy in his presentation denies being a moral theologian:

          I feel very honoured to have this chance to share some thoughts on sexual ethics from a Catholic perspective. I must confess that I also feel rather unqualified. I can make no claim to being a moral theologian.

          And he does seem to be in a muddle ending up by saying that we really do not know what sex is about:

          Maybe we need to ask gay Christians who have been living in committed relationships for years.

          • Nicolas Bellord

            Indeed Fr Timothy does get as far as saying “fertility” is relevant but nowhere does he mention procreation or what that means i.e. the creation of a baby. He seems to be suggesting that fertility can just lead to nice thoughts.

  • Augustine

    I hope that this opens the eyes of all people of goodwill.

    I wonder how many of these unnatural women were high on alcohol or illegal drugs.

    Some people do not just want to do whatever they like (no matter what the cost to other human beings) but they become enraged if anyone dares tell them that what they are doing is wrong.

    So much for free speech.

    Compare and contrast them to the Italian lady who was forced to have a caesarean section against her will in Essex who is now desperate to be allowed to be reunited with her daughter.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/10492936/Caesarean-case-mother-Im-suffering-like-an-animal.html

    • Michael Petek

      I see that Lord Justice Munby has transferred the case to the High Court and reserved it to himself. It’s also rather interesting that child protection contingents in social services departments seem to be disproportionately staffed by gay men and lesbians.

  • Wake Up England

    I see from the website of the Mater Misericordiae hospital in Dublin that Mass is said there every day in the hospital chapel.

    On the First Friday of the month the Mass is said for the repose of the souls who have died at the hospital in the preceding month.

    I wonder if that includes the new category of Faithful Departed: the babies which are now being murdered by abortions at the self-same hospital?

  • katherine

    It has been suggested that it should have been women who surrounded the cathedral to protect both it and these very brave men from this mob. However as the Church is our Mother, these men were protecting their beloved Mother from a most violent assault. I cried as I watched the video footage, thinking of my own children and the sacrifices they will have to make, however willingly. We all agree that we have wonderful witnesses in these outstanding young men. (My children did not watch the footage – we told them about it. I think great caution needs to be exercised in viewing demonic demonstrations such as this.)

    • ms Catholic state

      I made that suggestion Katherine….and I think it is one that should be considered seriously. When faced with mobs of women….Catholic women should be the first line of defence. At least it’s worth at least a try.

      And we are going to get lots of practice soon…Femen have announced they are coming to Britian

  • Joseph Matthew

    So far no comments from the liberal minded. Why is this? Is it because the evidence for gay intolerance is so overwhelming? Good to know what Peter Tatchell,Catherine Pepinster etc thinks of this.

  • Burt

    I wonder many of them would have ended up so depraved had there never been a ‘new liturgy’ and had any of them made their first Holy Communion on their knees, eyes closed receiving Our Lord fed direct from the priest in Personae Christi.

    This generation are badly let down by those who ‘modernised’ the Church. The Hierarchy who let them down will have to answer for it when they meet their maker.

  • Patrick Fahey

    Great comment Burt,

  • Burt

    Thanks Patrick, obviously I meant to say “I wonder how many..”

    But Still @Pontifex is praising and extolling that modernisation, which really has been nothing less than betrayal of Our Lord.

    Fifty years ago, Vatican II spoke of communications. Let us listen to, dialogue with, and bring to Christ all those we encounter in life.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) December 4, 2013

  • Nicolas Bellord

    A more accurate translation of the Fatima prayer would start:

    O my Jesus, pardon us, deliver us from the fire of hell…”

    I say this because for me the text is closer to “deliver us from evil” than stopping us going to hell. The image I have is of the fire of hell coming out from hell in the form of the “wicked spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls”. That is what I saw in this video – the fire of hell licking at the Church.

    • Wake Up England

      Nicholas Bellord:

      The original Portuguese Fatima Rosary prayer would translate literally thus:

      O My Jesus: pardon us and deliver us from the fire eternal.
      Lift all souls to Heaven, principally those in most need. Amen

      Our translation:

      O my Jesus: Forgive us our sins; save us from the fires of hell;
      Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those in most need of Thy mercy.

      As you will see, the last three words are not original to Our Lady’s blueprint, which was given in Portuguese.

      Prior to the apparitions of Fatima it was common practice (into the 1930s) to say the Miraculous Medal Prayer after the Glorias of the Rosary: O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. This neatly taught the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception to all children. practically no child nowadays has the faintest idea of what the Immaculate Conception is.

  • Nicolas Bellord

    Sorry I meant to embolden only the translation of the prayer – not my comment! “Free us from the fire of hell” is another alternative.

  • ms Catholic state

    Any secularists who would view the video and watch the depraved behaviour could not but believe in the Devil. There is no earthly or logical reason for such behaviour. The video might even work as an evangelising tool…..though only for those with strong stomachs and over the age of 21. Maybe Exorcists might also find work at these ‘gatherings’.

    And we need to be prepared when these things happen in the UK. Femen have announced that they are setting up their organisation here. Also… desecration of Catholic altars and Churches by Muslim extremists has happened many times in Europe….and Catholics have just sat open mouthed. I do not blame them (I am not brave myself)…they have been caught unawares…but now we have been warned and we have seen the heroic action of others, so we must have plans of action too. God speed us.

  • ms Catholic state

    Apparently the police said they couldn’t attend because of the gender of the attackers. Make what you will of that.

    And why isn’t this in the mainstream media?!

    • Ian

      Perhaps it’s because it’s not important enough!

      Perhaps the problem is with your own superstitious beliefs.

      • Bob Hayes

        Do please try harder Ian, you’re be dragging the name of atheism into the gutter of smug self-confidence.

      • Sonja

        Ian – Are you suggesting the Pro-life defense against abortion is not important? If so – what are you doing here?

        • Wake up England

          Re: Ian

          I think we have another clumsy troll in our midst.

          Ian, dear, everyone here welcomes a mature and interesting debate; in fact we thrive on them.

          Why not try to give us one?

          Neanderthal anti-Catholic stone-thumping is, well, just dull. reading most of your comments is like a re-run of uneducated 19th century Protestant bellowing.

          Contribute something worthwhile if you comment.

      • ms Catholic state

        But it is shocking and disgusting Ian….mainstream media usually thrive on this diet. So why so coy now?! Does it put some hallowed groups in a bad light maybe?! An own goal for them perhaps?! Every adult should see edited versions of this video.

  • Lynda

    It is the same despotism as is behind suspension of Legion of Mary society at NUIG because they uphold the truth about man and his nature and refuse to accept the false “gay” ideology. Persecution of truth-speakers, those who won’t be intimidated into toeing the line.

  • Galway University Legion of Mary are now under siege for daring to be Catholic! It won’t be long now before Ireland will have such scenes as on 24th November in Argentina!

    It doesn’t take long before the “oppressed” become the demented oppressors! In the interests of “plurality” GUC have banned the Legion of Mary because they don’t accommodate the university’s ‘liberal’ agenda
    http://www.rte.ie/news/2013/1205/491018-nuig-legion-mary/

    Really, why don’t they be consistent though? If the LoM is unacceptable then so should the wholeCatholic Church be banned there – I mean what business does the Church have in a university anyway? After all, all right on Irish people, especially the highly educated ones have gone way beyond religion just like half the priests and more or less all the bishops!

  • Mike2

    Nick, you might be interested in another example of BBC chicanery. Today (Dec 5th) the BBC repeated an episode (128) of Eggheads.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00qbw0b/Eggheads_Series_10_Episode_128/
    One of the questions was:
    What was the name of the Italian philosopher who was burned at the stake by the Inquisition in 1600 for his heretical ideas about astronomy?
    Was it Davide di Cremona, Niccolo Gleghi or Giordano Bruno?
    A clever question but how accurate was it? Apart from the fact that there was no single ‘Inquisition’ the suggestion that Giordano Bruno was burned for his ‘heretical ideas about astronomy’ is at the very least open to question. Wikipedia publishes the actual charges against him and none mentions astronomy. Wikipedia fairly publishes the views of people who both agree and disagree about the role of his scientific views in his trial. The BBC, however, has decided that the matter is beyond controversy. I wonder why?

  • Bob Hayes

    A very interesting piece on the Diocese of Shrewsbury website.

    ‘Abortions on mental health grounds “probably illegal”, says senior Liverpool psychologist’

    http://www.dioceseofshrewsbury.org/news/latest-news/abortions-mental-health-grounds-probably-illegal-says-senior-liverpool-psychologist

  • Mike2

    With regard to the BBC’s misuse of Giordiano Bruno for their own anti-Catholic purposes, I came across this today:
    “About once every 3-4 months on forums like RichardDawkins.net we get some discussion where someone invokes the old “Conflict Thesis”. That evolves into the usual ritual kicking of the Middle Ages as a benighted intellectual wasteland where humanity was shackled to superstition and oppressed by cackling minions of the Evil Old Catholic Church. The hoary standards are brought out on cue. Giordiano Bruno is presented as a wise and noble martyr for science instead of the irritating mystical New Age kook he actually was.
    http://www.strangenotions.com/gods-philosophers/

  • Karla

    Exclusive: ‘Diabolic’: Men attacked by feminist, pro-abort mob while defending cathedral speak up

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/exclusive-diabolic-men-attacked-by-feminist-mob-while-defending-cathedral-s

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