Decades of Cruelty in Irish Catholic Church-Run Homes Led to 9,000 Dead Children
Abortion would have been the moral option.
Catholics have been a little cagey about taking a vaccine that derives from cells from an aborted fetus, but I’ll be damned if Pope Francis himself didn’t just set the record straight.
“It’s an ethical choice, because you are playing with health, life, but you are also playing with the lives of others,” Francis told the station. “I’ve signed up. One must do it.”
According to the transcript, the pope added, “I don’t understand why some say, ‘No, vaccines are dangerous.’ If it is presented by doctors as a thing that can go well, that has no special dangers, why not take it? There is a suicidal denial that I wouldn’t know how to explain.”
Look at this. Just look at it:
Hate-Preacher Greg Locke thinks the guy who sat behind Mitch McConnell at the electoral certification was flashing an Illuminati hand signal to keep McConnell from objecting to the votes. Had he done the slightest bit of research, Locke would have known that man is Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas, an objector himself.
In that same sermon, Locke weaseled his way out of his own failed prophecy by saying God didn’t tell him to say that Trump would win re-election. So it doesn’t count as a failed prophecy. He’s just wrong.
Back in 2014, media outlets ran a story about a mass grave containing the bodies of up to 800 children that was discovered near the home of the Bon Secours nuns in Ireland. As it turned out, the Catholic Church had a decades-long track record of abusing unwed mothers and their illegitimate babies, treating them like lab rats with experimental drugs, and dumping their bodies in a nearby septic tank.
The story was soon to be found greatly exaggerated— the number of skeletal remains found was actually more like 18.
But the story didn’t end there.
After a few more years of investigating and digging, the body count became unfathomable. A government report was just released today with the horrific details.
A total of about 9,000 children died in the institutions under investigation — about 15% of all the children who were in the institutions. In the years before 1960 mother and baby homes did not save the lives of ‘illegitimate’ children; in fact, they appear to have significantly reduced their prospects of survival. The very high mortality rates were known to local and national authorities at the time and were recorded in official publications.
Kentucky Pastor Bob Rodgers has put a curse of poverty and misery on those who have “stolen the election,” which doesn’t seem very Christian of him. Isn’t that literal witchcraft? I bind thee, Bob.
The “pro-life” justices on the Supreme Court just voted to allow the execution of a woman tonight.
COVID denial knows no borders. Despite fines, a pastor in Calgary, Alberta, where COVID rates are spiking, has told his congregation to just keep on living life like there’s no pandemic.
Palms, get ready to meet your face: A Creationist is upset that he can’t get a legitimate Master of Science degree from the non-accredited Institute for Creation Research. In an essay he once wrote for Creation Ministries International’s Journal of Creation, he explains:
The recent court ruling (against the ICRGS) that Biblically based science does not qualify to be called “science” is nothing short of religious discrimination. With similar rulings against Christian institutions being seen around the globe, it is clear that we will soon see the end of Christian education if people do not act.
Finally, something something false idols.