Friday, 11 August 2006

A Bishop Speaks

Bishop Thomas Doran of Rockford is as straight talking a bishop as you're likely to find in the modern Church. His latest column in the diocesan paper, The Observer, is entitled 'Reaping the Whirlwind of Abortion' and refers to the 'seven sacraments of secular culture' - namely abortion, buggery, contraception, divorce, euthanasia, feminism of the radical type, and genetic experimentation and mutilation.

He concludes: 'think for yourself: what nation that kills its young, perverts marriage, prevents new life, and destroys the family, kills those deemed useless, makes the war of the sexes into a real war, and manipulates the genetic basis of human nature, can long endure?'


Anonymous leticia said...

As Pat Buchanan explains in the chilling book, "The Death of the West", the reason the Muslims can conquer Western Europe without firing a shot is summed up in one word: contraception. If the European population had kept growing, eliminating the need of countless immigrants from Muslim nations, there wouldn't be this threat that they will overtaken by birthrate what centuries of warfare in the Middle Ages and beyond couldn't obtain. The Mediterranean will be nothing but a large lake in the center of an Islamic Empire. And where will the proponants of abortion, etc. be? Executed, of course! Reap the whirlwind, you fools!

2:36 am  
Blogger Ignatiuspaul said...

Good to see that you are back - and blogging at the usual rate! Tried to speak to you on Friday but can see why you were not about (not quite holiday as advised!) Am hoping that your blogging activities will be able to continue uninterupted from Kingsland (give me a call re the broadband etc.)

6:06 am  
Blogger Fr Nicholas said...

Paul - Thanks for your message. It would be good to talk about broadband etc but I don't have your contact details. You can always contact me at my diocesan address:

8:24 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must say that this is a very nice watered-slik ferriouolo, that the bishop is wearing there.

4:29 pm  

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