@TuamArchdiocese in Ireland – Muslim Friday prayer in church alongside the priest – VIDEO AUDIO

You have GOT to be kidding.

First, a Pachamama bowl for demonic idol worship is placed on the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica.

Now this.


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  1. FrAnt says:

    When you see things like this and all of the stupidity coming from Bishops around the world, we can appreciate the love and great sacrifice Jesus made for man. It could be easy to die for a good man, but Jesus died for sinners.

  2. FrAnt, years ago I was taught by a priest that when I looked at someone who was evil, instead of having ill thoughts, to imagine Jesus standing next to the person with His arm around their shoulder and pointing His finger at them and saying, “I died for them too!” In other words, we need to pray for all these folks, remembering that God doesn’t want to lose even one. Because of our prayers God sends these folks the grace to repent and I know not all of them will but it is worth every plea in their stead.

  3. Kathleen10 says:

    What’s wrong with me.
    I look at this and am filled with impotent outrage at the stupidity or corruption of the men who run our church. My heart isn’t filled with pity or anything like it, unless it’s pity for us, having to have these naïve fools at the helm of our beautiful faith. There is simply no excuse for this type of collusion. It is not “ecumenical”, it is cooperation with evil. These men have made Allah equal to Christ, oh and incidentally equal to Pachamama as well. It’s all the same to them, all the same, one god, universal, Allah and Jesus being no different than any other god of the pantheon, although not as powerful as the trendy Mother Earth, she encompasses all, so don’t annoy her or she’ll throw a tantrum. Every moderate Christian should have passing understanding of the history of Islam and Christianity. Not only is this action a betrayal of Christ, to Islam it is conquest, and seen only through that lens. That has consequences. This is not gullible, sweet, or trusting, it is pathologically stupid and complicit with evil. Jesus, help us.

  4. Kathleen10 says:

    And I read about this somewhere else, and they said the prayer of Islamic conquest was prayed aloud, it was not the prayer they said they were praying, for the end of the virus, but an Islamic scholar confirmed it was a prayer of the conquest of Allah over the church. Good going, Church of Gullible Fools.

  5. Joy1985 says:

    I’m praying for them because this seems very wrong. I wouldn’t dare expect them to let us say Mass in their places of worship.

  6. Spinmamma says:

    And the blows just keep coming. Surely the Faithful are being scourged now. It lends credence to the notion the Church is in her Gethsemane.

  7. Mike says:

    The past two generations have seen some impressive exhibits of blasphemy by the postconciliar establishment. Must say, though, its acceleration of the process over the past seven-plus years has been even more impressive.

  8. HeatherPA says:

    Alongside the priest, praying the pagan worship throughout the entirety of the Holy Sacrifice- including the entire Eucharistic Rite- is the Priest’s consecration of Our Blessed Lord licit? Has this ever happened before with any other pagan religion so-called “concelebrating” (sorry) nonsense at the sacred Altar alongside a Priest at the very same time as the Holy Sacrifice?
    Why in the world would any halfwit think God would give this a thumbs up, but not allow any of the faithful Catholics to assist at Mass?

  9. Charivari Rob says:

    The priest may be out there in left field, but what suggests that the Archdiocese had anything to do with it? The original tweet (and the replies that I can access) doesn’t offer any specifics.

    [You are right, of course. We need more information. See what you can find.]

  10. Simon_GNR says:

    This is an April Fool’s joke, right? Or a hoax to discredit the Archbishop and Diocese of Tuam?

    If not, this is sacrilege. Making a parish hall available to a Muslim community for prayer meetings I could be OK with, but definitely not a consecrated Church. Apalling.

  11. Clinton R. says:

    No wonder God has allowed this pandemic to be inflicted upon the world. Apostasy reigns. Faithless bishops and priests now and for too long have allowed false worship in the House of God. May God covert us from our evil ways. Domine, misere nobis. +JMJ+

  12. APX says:

    This coming from a country that recently abolished its anti-blasphemy law.

  13. APX says:

    No wonder God has allowed this pandemic to be inflicted upon the world

    I was supposed to go to Ireland for a huge choir festival this year. One of the pieces our choir director chose repeatedly broke the 2nd commandment. With every one in our choir singing it, it worked out to about 564 times the Lord’s name would be taken in vain. I tried to get my choir director to use the editor’s alternative word choice, but when that failed, on the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus, I offered up the Mass and my communion for God to prevent it from sung. It was shortly after that that the virus thing started up. I kind of feel somewhat responsible for this.

  14. Eoin OBolguidhir says:

    And three of the four total musulmans in Tuam were delighted, with the fourth being unsure any of them should ever be willing to be associated with the Catholic Church.

  15. JMody says:

    You almost wonder if they’re trying to one-up the Diocese of Bergamo … in every way …

  16. It’s possible that this is a photoshop–and I certainly hope so. I can’t believe that any priest, even an idiot liberal priest in idiot self-hating Ireland, would allow someone from an alien religion to preach from the pulpit while Mass is being said at the altar.

    I think there needs to be some further investigation of this. Although Ireland is Ireland….

  17. Denis Crnkovic says:

    Please, someone, find truthful and correct information about what happened here so we can rightfully decide what this was and what we need to do!

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  19. James C says:

    “ There is simply no excuse for this type of collusion. It is not “ecumenical”, it is cooperation with evil.“

    I am not SSPX massgoer, but I can’t help but think. Many people often ask “Why does the SSPX insist on the religious freedom/ecumenism stuff? The old mass is allowed again, what’s the big deal?”

    This is the big deal. This is a REAL big deal.

  20. Suburbanbanshee says:

    Midwest Radio in Ireland reports this:
    Muslims pray in solidarity

    There is ecumenism, and then there is foolishness.

  21. Suburbanbanshee says:

    So yeah, this wasn’t made up.

    St. Jarlath, pray for us!
    Our Lady of Knock, pray for us!

  22. Semper Gumby says:

    Getting along during a pandemic is one thing, Dhimmitude is quite another.

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