Remember that terrible video of the lesbian feminists attacking a Cathedral?
[Cathedral canon didn't like pro-lifers there and thus didn't call police]
October 23, 2012
Posted by tantamergo
A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics
And remember how strange it was that the police were nowhere to be seen, even after dozens of violent assaults against faithful Catholics attempting to defend the Cathedral? Do you want to know why the police weren’t called? According to TFP Student Action [ www.tfpstudentaction.org/what-we-do/news-and-updates/hellish-pro-abortion-attack-on-catholic-cathedral.html ] quoting an Argentine website, it’s because the Cathedral Canon did not like the pro-life defenders of the Faith, calling them “fundamentalist,” and didn’t want to expose the police to an “unpleasant moment!”
[Tantamergo's comments in brackets]
Prior to the abortion gathering, members of a pro-family network, Familias de Misiones, distributed a letter warning people about the anti-Catholic attacks perpetrated by pro-abortion activists during other National Women’s Conference events. The alert was substantiated by a large amount of footage from previous encounters. [and by the satanic outrage of the feminists shown in the video I put on the site here: veneremurcernui.wordpress.com/2012/10/16/things-are-getting-ugly-out-there/ ]
However, the pastor of the Cathedral, Fr. Alberto Barros, said in a television interview that the pro-family alert “does not help.” In a telephone interview conducted by TVA, the priest criticized Catholic groups who “live in a fundamentalist and intolerant faith.” [sounds like this guy is an out and out modernist/leftist. Tolerance to the left means doing what they say. If you don't do what they say, you are intolerant. And so, dozens suffered brutal assaults (but received tremendous Grace by remaining peaceful and prayerful!) and a cathedral was horribly vandalized. If they hadn't been so "intolerant," the raging feminists might have been able to break down the doors and do some real damage/desecration!]
When asked about seeking police protection for the Cathedral, the priest responded: “we don’t want to expose the police to an unpleasant moment.” [But as for those terrible, icky, "fundamentalist" Catholics, you know, the faithful ones, they deserve all the unpleasant moments they get] In fact, law enforcement officials did not restrain the 500 pro-abortion vandals from repeatedly defacing the Cathedral walls or assaulting those defending its entrance.
The Catholic men and women who stood in defense of the Church cannot be labeled as intolerant fundamentalists, as Fr. Alberto Barros did. What’s so extreme about respecting innocent life from conception to natural death? What’s so extreme about affirming that marriage is the union between a man and a woman?[What's so extreme about defending a Cathedral from terrible defacement and the Faith from the attacks of evil?]
Make no mistake, the intolerant ones are those who attack Catholics for peacefully praying the Rosary on the steps of the Church; intolerant are those who promote abortion.
The local Bishop of Posadas, the Most Rev. Juan Martinez, called the pro-abortion feminists “violent and provocative professionals” and demanded that justice be carried out and the assaults not go unpunished. [Maybe the bishop should have a talk with his Canon]
The bishop also stated that the anti-Catholic graffiti would remain on the Cathedral walls for 48 hours, so that people might reflect on the gravity of the matter.
“The city was put down and violated,” said Bishop Martinez. “If they had done this to a synagogue, it would have been called an anti-Semitic aggression. But since it was committed against Catholics, nothing happens,” he stated.
Exactly. And even more sad, we have priests of Christ’s Holy Church so confused about what constitutes the Truth, and belief, and a strong, vibrant faith-life, that they would sooner attack the faithful than defend that Truth. They’d rather see their church sacked and desecrated than support and defend the faithful, the very best allies they have. Fortunately I speak some Spanish, and I can tell from other sites I’ve read that the portrayal of the Canon is accurate to his views, given above. He doesn’t view these “fundy” Catholics as allies, he views them as more of the enemy of the Faith than the radical lesbian feminists who attacked his church, with which he seems to have a disconcerting degree of sympathy. The rot is deep and wide, my friends. At least the Bishop seemed to have a bit of a clue.