Catholic Idols are cast down





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Published on Jun 19, 2009

I couldnt find a statue of the virgin Mary that I could get for free so this would have to do for now. My mom had one in her rock garden before we became born again in a Apostolic Church.. My dad tossed the statue of Mary in the bottom of town dump.

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He's so disrespectful
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Jason Barcolta
Its not even Mary its St Therese
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Am sure that in the Coliseum the baying anti-Christian mob acted just like these fools!
Poor and unscholarly protestant belief. This is not even theology to me but pure bashing in guise of religion.
Simon Danielsson
Oh la la, the fact that he's screaming "ô mary ô mary" to a statue of ste. Thérèse de Lisieux just shows even more his ignorance and complete lack of knowledge of christian dogma and religion, and history. So sad. So extremely sad.
Mister Blister
At the center of the Catholic Mass is JESUS in the tabernacle. At the center of the prot church is a man, the prot minister who makes himself the center of attention and spends his time bashing the Catholic church and telling his people that all they need for their salvation is ink on paper instead of the living presence of JESUS in the bread and wine, while he (the prot minister) mocks the words of Jesus that we must receive the Body and blood of Christ to have eternal life.
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Donald Hollenger
What a blind fool. Does it please Jesus, when you spew hatred and disrespect, for the Mother whom He loves, and chose, out of ALL creatures in the universe, to bear Him in His humanity? Blind fools! You will find out the truth, hopefully, before it's not to late for you to save your soul(s).
Mister Blister
Protestantism is like a twinkie. Catholocism is like a pot roast with carrots, potatoes and a rich chocolate cake for desert. Here you have a twinkie eating, kool aid drinking prot pastor telling us pot roast eaters that we need better nutrition
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I'm an ex Catholic....most of my family are still Catholic....weird...beliefs very pagan!
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scott thomas
The Image is St. Thérèse of Lisieux "The Little Flower"; "I prefer the monotony of obscure sacrifice to all ecstasies. To pick up a pin for love can convert a soul." These are the words of Thérèse of the Child Jesus, a Carmelite nun called the "Little Flower," who lived a cloistered life of obscurity in the convent of Lisieux, France. (In French-speaking areas, she is known as Thérèse of Lisieux.) And her preference for hidden sacrifice did indeed convert souls. Few saints of God are more popular than this young nun. Her autobiography, The Story of a Soul, is read and loved throughout the world. Thérèse Martin entered the convent at the age of 15 and died in 1897 at the age of 24. She was canonized in 1925, and two years later she and St. Francis Xavier were declared co-patrons of the missions. Life in a Carmelite convent is indeed uneventful and consists mainly of prayer and hard domestic work. But Thérèse possessed that holy insight that redeems the time, however dull that time may be. She saw in quiet suffering redemptive suffering, suffering that was indeed her apostolate. Thérèse said she came to the Carmel convent "to save souls and pray for priests." And shortly before she died, she wrote: "I want to spend my heaven doing good on earth." On October 19, 1997, Saint John Paul II proclaimed her a Doctor of the Church, the third woman to be so recognized, in light of her holiness and the influence on the Church of her teaching on spirituality. Her parents, Louis and Zélie were beatified in 2008. The issue with this servant of Satan is lacking of "Da Balls" to really destroy a Sacred Image of the Mother of God!
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