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A private Catholic boys school in Adelaide, South Australia, once upon a time had a statue of a priest feeding his cock to a little boy. The statue  was first replaced by a Muslim prostitute in a burqa and later by a garden chair ...

"Chomp on this" says the perverted, pederast priest

Allahu Akbar!

The Bum Buddy Bench ...
The new waiting room for the Catholic Boys School of Sodomy
Source: Catholic boys' school forced to remove THAT embarrassing statue of a saint feeding a child a loaf of bread unveils its replacement sculpture

Just another day for the pedo  christards. Unfortunately that's not even the tip of the christards depravity all while enjoying tax free status and stealing working people's hard earned cash. How often is christ insanity demonized as a whole by jog? But let an honest Creator look at them the wrong way and we are the "evil" ones. So go enjoy being cannibals eating and drinking hey Zeus's blood and body; that's the definition of Insanity.

Damn funny eh? But itís unfortunate the bread was at the height a penis would normally be! I guess people have dirty minds?!
What else would St Francis be giving the kid? A Big Mac meal?
Dominoes box? Can of monster?


--- Quote from: Br.IanVonTurpie on 05 June 2019 at 11:43 ---What else would St Francis be giving the kid? A Big Mac meal?

--- End quote ---

It'd certainly be a Big Mac if his name is St Francis Mac. Avoid St Francis Mac's Choc Sundae.

The religion of christ-insanity is truly perverse. Obviously most of them haven't read their own "holy book". Never understood the open allowance of homosexuality when it is one of the few thing mentioned in the bible without being contradicted. Lets be honest, anyone with an IQ over 40 that has read the bible cover to cover (without the convenience of cherry picking scriptures) would never claim to be a christian.

Rhode Island priest begs LGBTQ congregants not to leave church after a bishop's controversial tweet

By Mirna Alsharif, CNN
Updated at 9:32 PM ET, Tue June 4, 2019

(CNN) ó A Rhode Island priest implored his LGBTQ congregants not to leave his church after a bishop's controversial tweet calling for Catholics not to attend or support Pride Month events.

"My concern is that for people who are lesbian or gay -- same-sex attraction -- that they may leave the church. A lot of people have hung in there, but it's like, 'One more slap and we are done,' " Rev. Edward Pieroni told his congregation at St. Raymond's Roman Catholic Church, according to the Boston Globe.

"I am here to beg you -- and I will get on my hands and knees and beg you -- not to leave,"

A tweet on Saturday from Providence Bishop Thomas J. Tobin warned Catholics that Pride Month events "promote a culture and encourage activities that are contrary to Catholic faith and morals" and added, "They are especially harmful to children."

The message went viral. It was the next morning during Sunday Mass that Rev. Pieroni expressed his fear that the tweet would result in the loss of gay parishioners.

Celebrities, including actress Mia Farrow, reacted to the tweet, calling Tobin a "hate-filled hypocrite" and tweeting "kids are in far more danger at a catholic church than at a gay pride gathering."

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza also pledged their support to the LGBTQ community..

Bishop Tobin declined to comment through a church diocese spokesperson, but released a statement posted on the diocese's website Sunday.

"I regret that my comments yesterday about Pride Month have turned out to be so controversial in our community, and offensive to some, especially the gay community. That certainly was not my intention, but I understand why a good number of individuals have taken offense."

Tobin said he and the Catholic Church have "respect and love for members of the gay community."

"Individuals with same-sex attraction are beloved children of God and our brothers and sisters. As a Catholic Bishop, however, my obligation before God is to lead the faithful entrusted to my care and to teach the faith, clearly and compassionately, even on very difficult and sensitive issues."

In response to the tweet, Rhode Island Prideorganized a rally in Providence's Cathedral Square Sunday.

Joe Lazzerini, the President of Rhode Island Pride, wasn't surprised by the Catholic bishop's lack of support.

"To call us harmful to children was unwelcome and unnecessary and attacks us in a month where we should be celebrating our progress as a community."

June is LGBT Pride month in the United States, which commemorates the anniversary of the Stonewall riots of 1969.

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Rev. Gwendolyn Howard of the First Unitarian Church of Providence spoke at the rally and told CNN, "There's been a whole lot of wall building lately in this country." Howard, who identifies as a trans woman, added,

"These walls are made out of bricks or beliefs, and usually they're built out of fear. The crowd came together out of anger, hurt, and confusion, but we came away feeling better about ourselves and our community."


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