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Al-Qaeda of Iraq Calls Pope 'Hallucinating Tyrant of the Vatican', Threatens 'Killing Sword' Comments

What is increasingly clear is that those behind the massacre of Catholics with their priests, during the celebration of Holy Mass at Our Lady of Deliverance in Baghdad last Sunday, are not finished with their evil. We once again invite our readers around the world to pray for those who mourn, pray for the Pope, and pray for the conversion of the perpetrators of this evil. Serious times demand serious responses.  Continue Reading

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  1. Jo
    4 years ago

    How about Catholics right around the world bringing back the recitation of The Holy Rosary BEFORE Mass instead of unecessary idle and selfish chit-chat?(remember, The Holy Rosary is for LIFE - not just October!).The prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel was composed by Pope Leo XIII when he foresaw conflict between Christ and Satan - BRING IT BACK BEFORE THE DISMISSAL RITE FOR THE SAKE OF OUR HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH AND THE WORLD!!!

    Pope Benedict a 'hallucinating tyrant'? Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

    You low life excuses for evil, Al-Qaeda, are deluded enough to send suicide bombers into churches and fly planes into buildings and public transport full of innocent people... because you'll be greeted by 70-odd vestal virgins in paradise???? Hey, I bet my last dollar that you hallucinating tyrants have met and will meet something that's as FAR FROM vestal virgins. If you are still deluded, Al-Qaeda, seek help!

    Seek God's mercy before it's too late!

  2. MICHAEL
    4 years ago

    The so-called 'extremists' are in reality orthodox, faithful Muslims since they are following the teachings of their founder and their religious texts. These tragedies will continue until the "moderate" Muslims (who according to orthodox, faithful Muslims are infidels or apostates themselves) speak against these horrors or take action themselves. The "orthodox, faithful" (or some would say radical) Muslims are maybe only 10-15% of all Muslims. However, 10-15% of a billion is still 100-150 MILLION Muslims who believe the infidel MUST be converted, subjugated or eliminated.

  3. vance
    4 years ago

    Deacon Fournier, another great article. This is news you can not get anywhere else. Your article sheds a bright light on what evil we face as a western society. These are not people that can be negotiated with. They have told us (America) through the major media that there is no negotiations. They told us that we need to convert to islam-period. Al-Qaeda has given us no other choice but to deal them by force whether we like it or not.

  4. Johnny
    4 years ago

    Well said Fr.Thomas, It's sad that some Catholics do not believe in the existence of the devil or how do effective battle against the enemy.One of the reasons for this that many such institutions have faculty that,from all indications,don't necessarily believe what the Church believes.This leaves a terrible void,so much so that it is often extremley difficult to find priest with even the rudimentary knowledge of this essential facet of priestly ministry. In today's day and age,Satan is growing exponentially more powerful due to enormity of human sinfulness,and the Church must confront his power either willingly or unwillingly.

  5. Justin
    4 years ago

    Sadly, most people do not know this, and that is Mohammed himself said, in a letter to not attack or bother Christians to leave them alone...Sadly for those Islamists who claim to follow that man, hey dont seem to like the rules he layed down

  6. Davide
    4 years ago

    The American governemmt cares nothing about Iraqi Catholics being murdered! Anyone check out the White House press release on Monday? No mention of Al qaeta, no mention it was Catholics that were killed or priest dead. Wake up America your government cares nothing for Chrisitan persecution. Btw I am a citizen of both Italy and America. Italians were appalled!!! All over the news Monday and in every Italian newspaper!!!

  7. JeanCatherine
    4 years ago

    Lord protect our brothers and sisters all over the world and guide your church everywhere.

    What the muslims dont understand is that at one time there were armies that would stand by the Vatican and that to some degree is true today but not entirely.

    The muslims are attacking something they dont understand. Its definitely in God's hands and we must pray for God's outcome on this one.

  8. Xavier
    4 years ago

    It is clearly evident that the criminal terrorists of Al-qaeda were not in Iraq by the time of the war. To me, the Iraq invasion by U.S. allowed the masonic forces in the U.S. government to attack Iraq, and in the process, destroy the relative calm, peace and security that Iraqi Christians had then.

    I think we are now witnessing the real expected outcome of the war in Iraq: The persecution of Christians. May Saint Mary protect and give peace to all Catholics in Iraq, and may Saint Michael Archangel and all the heavenly host destroy their persecutors.

  9. Steve
    4 years ago

    @Per Sounds great but reality is , Muslims don't see God as a father, see Catholics as idolators and at best in their countries tolerate us and treat us as second class citizens and in Saudi Arabia , the land of Mecca and Medina, the 2 holiest sites in all islam, we are forbidden. I think for starters Italy should return the favor and forbid Islam, which is a breeding ground for little anti-christ scum like these terrorists and always will be. They will never see you as brothers and in the long run these two religions clash, thats reality. Maybe you'll wake up when they blow the Vatican up.
    Jesus said to turn your cheek, walk the extra mile, after that you should walk away, if you can't get out of the situation you are justified to defend yourself and retaliate. These Chaldean Catholics, who are TRULY our brothers and sisters, need to get out of there, or if they can't , protect themselves by whatever means necessary.

  10. Uche Antonio
    4 years ago

    What happened to our Catholic brothers in Iraq on Sunday, though very agonizing, was no surprise. It is one the clear signs of endtime recorded in the scriptures, when the kingdom of hell shall be unlished upon humanity, and iniquities of various kinds and proportions shall abound. Unfortunately, our extremist moslem brothers have consistently allowed themselves to be maximally used as instruments of darkness.Even as we mourn ,Let us fervently pray for their enlightenment and deliverance from the dark world of illusion, while our spirits remain undampened as we couragiously profess our faith.One day,I believe, the light of the truth shall prevail.May the saints of Heaven who suffered this evil before us, continue to intercede for us.St. Micheal the Archangel, defender of all Christians and vanquisher of rebel spirits, defend us always. Peace be with us.


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