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Bishop "turn all the churches into mosques" for the cause of mass Muslim immigration

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  • Bishop "turn all the churches into mosques" for the cause of mass Muslim immigration

    The suicide of the West by the promotion of unlimited immigration is being led by "Catholic" bishops and "pope" Bergoglio himself, with his constant harping on the plight of "refuges", while at the same time remaining completely silent on abortion referendums in Ireland and in his native Argentina.

    According to a story in Il Giornale about priests all over Italy becoming migration advocates, Raffaele Nogaro, the retired bishop of Caserta stated that he is ready to: "turn all the churches into mosques if it were useful to the cause and if it allowed us to save the lives of men and women."

    Even setting aside his complete disregard for the nearly 2000 year Christian cultural heritage of Europe being destroyed, this man shows a complete inversion of the supernatural with the natural. The highest end of man is not temporal comforts or even necessities. What good is it to save the lives of people, only for them to lose their souls to a false religion?

    Of course, to the Novus Ordite, there are no false religions. The Italian bishops are up in arms because of the election of a new nationalist, anti-unlimited immigration government in Italy. This new government could possibly slow down the complete destruction of Western civilization by unlimited mass immigration of those of a different ethnicity, culture and religion, and that would be a terrible thing to them.

    http://www.theamericanconservative.c...act-migration/
    "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views. Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence
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