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Ireland: "Catholic" Youth Service Promotes "Condoms And Lube"

The Kerry Diocesan Youth Service (KDYS), Ireland, took to social media on July 26 to promote a van initiative run by Cork’s "Sexual Health" Centre …
Jo Santoss
St Patrick Said if Ireland Lost it's Faith it would go into the Sea. Wake up before it's too late
Jeffrey Ade
Construction worker language hit my head first thing when i saw this! So I'll change it to "poor souls, Jesus forgive them for they know not what they do."
Wilma Lopez
This is the bus team
aderito
We catholics ,dont quit the catholic church we fight for the truth and resist what is wrong and focus in Jesus and Saviour our Lord Jesus Christ
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I don't go to the Catholic Church anymore. If at all, to the Greek Orthodox Church. I am convinced that "Popee" Francia and all his homo appointments and Vaican advisors are of Satan. Pope Francis could very well be the anti-Christ. I have no respect for him, or any of his "cardinals" or "bishops". For me, and I hope a growing number of Catholics, there is no more Roman Catholic Church, or …More
I don't go to the Catholic Church anymore. If at all, to the Greek Orthodox Church. I am convinced that "Popee" Francia and all his homo appointments and Vaican advisors are of Satan. Pope Francis could very well be the anti-Christ. I have no respect for him, or any of his "cardinals" or "bishops". For me, and I hope a growing number of Catholics, there is no more Roman Catholic Church, or Papacy, except among sede vacantist groups, the SSPX, etc. Francis recieving on Friday in audience a group of Transsexual/transvestite homosexual prostitutes in the VAtican, hosted by the probably gay "cardinal" Krajewski was the alst straw for me. NO POPE before Francis, would ever recieve filth like that in audience, let alone even let them into the VAtican or St.Peter's.
Liam Ronan
@Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
"Then, seeing how strong the wind was, he lost courage and began to sink; whereupon he cried aloud, Lord, save me. And Jesus at once stretched out his hand and caught hold of him, saying to him, Why didst thou hesitate, man of little faith? So they went on board the ship, and thereupon the wind dropped. And the ship’s crew came and said, falling at his feet, Thou art indeed …More
@Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
"Then, seeing how strong the wind was, he lost courage and began to sink; whereupon he cried aloud, Lord, save me. And Jesus at once stretched out his hand and caught hold of him, saying to him, Why didst thou hesitate, man of little faith? So they went on board the ship, and thereupon the wind dropped. And the ship’s crew came and said, falling at his feet, Thou art indeed the Son of God." Matthew 14: 30-33
John A Cassani
The head of the Greek Orthodox Church is Bartholemew, who is cut from the exact same cloth as Bergoglio. Seek the truth, and pray fro the Church.
Liam Ronan
@John A Cassani
Just as a personal aside, there were several things about the Peter walking on water then sinking passage. First, the disciples were terrified because they thought Jesus was a ghost. Jesus never replied 'There's no such thing as ghosts!' Second Peter says Lord if it is you bid me to come. The counterintuitive implication being that were the apparition a terrifying ghost it would …More
@John A Cassani
Just as a personal aside, there were several things about the Peter walking on water then sinking passage. First, the disciples were terrified because they thought Jesus was a ghost. Jesus never replied 'There's no such thing as ghosts!' Second Peter says Lord if it is you bid me to come. The counterintuitive implication being that were the apparition a terrifying ghost it would have told Peter to be safe remain in the boat.
Of course Jesus saves Peter, admonishes him, and returns him to the boat.
Just silly thinking on my part but there is a richness in this episode which might prove well to meditate on.