Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Quickies: Coming Soon To A Church Near You?

     After reading this one, I need a very stiff drink:

     Visitors to the church of St. Anthony in Ventimiglia, Italy, were recently told to “pray in silence” to avoid upsetting African migrants being housed in the building.

     Yes, you read that right. A Catholic church in Ventimiglia, Italy. The country that’s home to Vatican City, where dwelleth the Pope. At least, you can usually find him there when he’s not too busy glad-handing homosexuals, dictators, and Muslims.

     I’m beginning to have some serious worries about the Church. If it’s facilitating this “migration,” it’s an accessory in an enormous criminal act. They’re not migrants. They’re invaders, and should be repatriated like any other prisoners of war.


Roy Lofquist said...


The Church has stumbled many times over the last 2,000 years. Care to gives odds on it being around for another 2000?


Mike said...

Gee, wonder why those "African migrants" would be upset by verbal prayer in a Christian church. Makes me wonder if it might possibly have anything to do with what religion they might adhere to themselves, that they would be so offended by something so completely innocuous occurring in its perfectly proper place, with no intent to harm, afflict, or discomfort in any way. Ah well, as with sudden inexplicable appearance of those mysterious "youths" burning down the banlieus in Paris, I guess we can never really know.