Justin Bieber chooses his harem, showing us what a sickened soul acts like
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
8/5/2014 (2 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
Notorious bad boy Justin Bieber has been accused of behaving in a genuinely ugly fashion once again, proving that when the soul is sick, it manifests itself in one's actions. Bieber recently had his staff hand-pick girls who were attractive to dance with him at a nightclub.
We can tolerate ugliness on the outside, but never on the inside. We must pray for our souls, the souls of the ugly, and all souls. We may condemn the behavior, but even Justin Bieber is our brother. May he change to become an example of charity instead of vice.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Justin Bieber allegedly went through the Amnesia nightclub on the Spanish island of Ibiza, and handpicked young women who he felt were most attractive to join him on a private balcony for dancing. The specially chosen women were told to leave their less attractive friends behind.
Unsurprisingly, dozens of women made the choice to leave their friends behind to attend a private party with Bieber. Media reports say that Bieber however hardly interacted with the young women, mostly dancing alone in the middle of the crowd.
Sadly, the incident displays another low for the pop singer who is engrossed in himself and his bad boy image. While a more magnanimous individual might have found a way to include all of the people at the party, Bieber went on a superficial spree like a Sultan choosing his harem.
Also tragic is the fact that dozens of women simply went along with the act, only to be used as some kind of backdrop or window dressing for the pop star.
Meanwhile, the Catholic Church and her faithful members (of which Justin Bieber is allegedly one) prayed and acted for millions of people in the same time period, delivering food, medicine, education, spiritual support, and other forms of aid to those in need. These real-life heroes will never be celebrities, at least not on Earth.
Mr. Bieber, please call us and tell us this is all an act.
Copyright 2017 - Distributed by THE CALIFORNIA NETWORK
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for FEBRUARY 2017
Comfort for the Afflicted. That all those who are afflicted, especially the poor, refugees, and marginalized, may find welcome and comfort in our communities.
Bill Paxton, known for his roles in "Twister," "Aliens," and "Apollo 13" passed away on February 25, 2017. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic ... continue reading
Katy Perry linked fellow singer Britney Spears to multiple rude comments concerning mental health - and Spears wasn't about to let them ... continue reading
Christian actor Chris Pratt posts simple picture featuring a Bible verse and receives overwhelming response Watch
Chris Pratt is famous for his roles in Jurassic World, Guardians of the Galaxy and Parks and Recreation, but the one thing that makes him ... continue reading
Christian actor Terry Crews will be hosting America's biggest faith and values awards show this year - the 25th annual Movieguide Awards. ... continue reading
Americans enjoy freedom of speech, but not all speech is protected speech. Comedienne Sarah Silverman pushed the boundary when she tweeted ... continue reading
by Catholic Online
- Here are the answers to the Ash Wednesday quiz. How did you do?
- Who do YOU answer to? Californians prepare safe houses for illegal ...
- Priest shares Living Rosary on Mardi Gras to bring people back to God
- Daily Reading for Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 HD Video
- Daily Readings for Tuesday, February 28, 2017
- Oarfish strandings in Philippines could mean massive quake coming HD ...
- St. Hilary, Pope: Saint of the Day for Tuesday, February 28, 2017
- Pope Francis makes history by celebrating Christ alongside an Anglican Bishop HD
- St. Dominic Savio HD
- Clinton contributor makes revealing 'life insurance' video over fear of assassination HD
- Daily Reading for Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 HD
Copyright 2017 Catholic Online. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U.S. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online. Any unauthorized use, without prior written consent of Catholic Online is strictly forbidden and prohibited.