JOINT PRAYER SERVICE BETWEEN MUSLIMS AND CATHOLICS IN IRELAND ON Good Friday???????? IF TRUE, THE END IS NEAR!!!!!

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RE-PURPOSING OF CATHOLIC CHURCHES BEGINS

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As Catholics in Ireland remain locked out of their churches on the eve of Holy Week @tuamarchdiocese decide to allow Muslims to hold Friday prayer on the altar alongside a priest #CatholicTwitter

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As Catholics in Ireland remain locked out of their churches on the eve of Holy Week @tuamarchdiocese decide to allow Muslims to hold Friday prayer on the altar alongside a priest #CatholicTwitter

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1 Response to JOINT PRAYER SERVICE BETWEEN MUSLIMS AND CATHOLICS IN IRELAND ON Good Friday???????? IF TRUE, THE END IS NEAR!!!!!

  1. Ree says:

    I was in Scotland in April-May of 1989. Watching their news they were interviewing recent Muslim immigrants wanting to know the reasons “Why Ireland.” In my hotel room with my husband, I heard and I will paraphrase what took place. Smiling a Muslim man answered, “We are here to take over where the Catholic Church has left off.” He went on to explain why and sang the praises of the Muslim faith as the one true faith for God who demands of them to conquer the world through Islam. They plainly explained their goals. Nobody seemed to be bothered by it not the interviewer nor anyone else around the interviewee. I have to say the Muslim man was surrounded by other muslim men and other non muslims during the interview. That same time and year in Dublin the biggest church we saw was a Mosque. In what used to be a Christian nation.

    “We may not have direct access to Mass or most sacraments, but nothing can separate us from the love of God if we strive to stay close to our Savior.” – The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC)

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