vrijdag, november 18, 2016

Director Priests for Life Faces Diocesan Investigation Over Aborted Baby on Altar

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Deze kots misselijkheid net als  

het niet lezen van onderstaand handelen om een politiek /religieus statement te maken 

zijn  immers beide een bewijs van je geestelijke gezondheid. 

National Catholic Register 


Peter Jesserer Smith

 is a Register staff reporter

NEW YORK — Father Frank Pavone, the national director of Priests for Life, faces an investigation from his bishop for placing an unborn child’s corpse on the altar in Priests for Life’s chapel as part of two Facebook live videos urging people to vote for Donald Trump on Election Day.

If the investigation reveals grave violations of canon law, Father Pavone may face disciplinary action.
“Father Frank Pavone has posted a video on his Facebook page of the body of an aborted fetus, which is against the dignity of human life and is a desecration of the altar,” Bishop Patrick Zurek of the Diocese of Amarillo, Texas, where the priest is canonically incardinated, said in a Nov. 8 statement. “We believe that no one who is pro-life can exploit a human body for any reason, especially the body of a fetus.” 

Father Pavone had livestreamed two videos on Sunday, standing behind the altar at Priests for Life’s headquarters, on which he had placed the dead body of an unborn child, completely naked and flanked by two burning candles on the altar. In both videos, one more than 44 minutes long and the other four minutes and 33 seconds long, Father Pavone urged viewers to vote for Donald Trump and the Republicans for Congress in order to stop abortion from claiming more innocent victims.
Both videos together had a combined total of more than 1.2 million views on Facebook as of publication.

And while Father Pavone has received much support on social media for these latest videos, he was also criticized by many Catholics, who inundated the Diocese of Amarillo with messages, for causing scandal.

Caitlin Marchand, a faithful Catholic mother living in Louisiana, told the Register that, as a woman who buried two sons from miscarriage, she contacted the Amarillo Diocese after seeing Father Pavone “calmly talk over the [baby’s] naked body” without any appropriate respect for the child’s dignity. She added that the sight was incredibly painful, given her own losses, and she wanted to “gather up that poor child so nobody can ever disrespect her again.”

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waarin overigens Bishop Zurek een interessante verwijzing maakt naar de Cristian Brothers en hun internationale criminaliteit tegen (op het moment van de misdaden) nog levende kinderen. 

Priests for Life is a civil institution, not a Catholic organization. 

Ultimately, the consequences for Father Pavone over the incident rest with Bishop Zurek. 


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