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Faith Has “Vanished”: But Archbishop DOESN’T Tell People to Go to Mass

Evidence of Christian belief in Ireland “has for all intents and purposes vanished,” Dublin Archbishop Dermot Farrell told the 2021 edition of ‘Síolta’, the annual journal of the National Seminary …More
Evidence of Christian belief in Ireland “has for all intents and purposes vanished,” Dublin Archbishop Dermot Farrell told the 2021 edition of ‘Síolta’, the annual journal of the National Seminary at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.
Farrell who owes his stellar career to his anti-Catholic activism, located the crisis of faith is particularly among the younger generations – i. e. among those brought up in the Novus Ordo. He added that Ireland has an ageing clergy, “very few” vocations, a “major decline” in practicing Catholics, and is expecting financial issues.
Despite this, he is “not pessimistic” suggesting a “programme of [empty modernist] catechetics” to replace the current teaching of faith to the young, and a “participatory institutional model of Church” with a “leadership of service” – the usual modernist attempt to resolve problems by creating platitudes.
Farrell romantically suggested that “when young people volunteer to look after the sick, or the elderly, or the poor, when …More
chris griffin
Not a word about abortion. Like most clerics he doesn't care
Ultraviolet
Dem priorities, eh?
mccallansteve
The bishops of Ireland (aka Judas) have successfully destroyed the faith of a once great Catholic nation.
Ultraviolet
...because a once great Catholic nation is so spiritually crippled they need someone else to shore up their faith. Their ancestors endured and survived England's harshest efforts to eradicate Catholicism with their faith unbroken. .
Prayhard
Spared the diocesan TLM, but seems more political than spiritual.
P. O'B
It's just the New Springtime of Vatican II getting revved up.
John A Cassani
The Vatican II church is all about salvation by works alone. Grace, which comes by faith is not needed, according to them. Without giving preeminence to the love of God, the good works of men are devoid of love.
Ultraviolet
Aw... hey, that ain't so. Just look at our Supreme Pontiff. Every other day he's goin' on about being "guided/ led/ inspired/ cajoled/ kicked in his fat Argentinian kiester by the holy spirit". (whatever spirit that might be, because it certainly ain't the Paraclete). Francis has built his papacy around "faith" in whatever voices suggest his next insanity.
Werte
Was God "rigid" when He gave Moses the Ten Commandments?