Saturday, 24 April 2010

Rabbi Gets Drowned (Out at Notre Dame)

Thank God some people don't hide "for fear of the Jews."

Apr 21, 2010

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Traditional French Catholics disrupt Rabbi's sermon at Notre Dame

This is some of the best news I have heard in many months. At last, Christians are standing up to bear witness to the invasion, subversion and infiltration of their churches by Christ-hating, Bible-falsifying occultists known as rabbis, who presume to lecture the people of Jesus Christ on how to behave according to the sly deceptions of the pagan Babylonian Talmud and the occult abomination of the Zohar.

Last Sunday ("Passion Sunday" of Lent, March 21), a contingent of young traditional French Catholics went to the famous medieval Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France, where Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois had arranged for Rabbi Rivon Krygier to give the sermon. When the rabbi attempted to commit this sacrilege, these brave souls arose in one body and with one voice, recited the Apostle's Creed and the rosary aloud in the Cathedral.

As a result, the rabbi was forced to retreat to the sacristy (in the back of the cathedral) as the officials of Notre Dame ordered an organ to begin playing to drown out the voices of the traditional Catholics. The French Catholic television station KTO immediately cut off its live transmission as the protest began.

At last, Catholics are living their faith as the Church Militants, instead of imagining that God only desires that they pray, read and talk!

At last, they are offering a witness concerning the number one mortal enemy of Jesus Christ in 2010 A.D. -- as in 33 A.D.!

To everyone of those French Catholics and their leaders who offered this witness at Notre Dame, I say, may Almighty God richly bless you, and may He stiffen your faith and resolve to continue to defend Jesus Christ against the modern heirs of the Pharisees, who perpetually seek to extirpate His Gospel through infiltration, dilution, misdirection and the replacement of Calvary with Auschwitz.

Americans, rise up for Jesus Christ and do likewise!

Paris rabbi upbeat after cathedral lecture upset
March 23, 2010 PARIS (Reuters)

A Paris rabbi has voiced his confidence in Catholic-Jewish dialogue after young Catholic traditionalists briefly upset an unprecedented lecture he gave at the French capital's Notre Dame Cathedral. Rabbi Rivon Krygier had to leave the cathedral's main hall and deliver his lecture from a side room on Sunday after several dozen traditionalists began loudly praying a rosary after Paris Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois introduced him. The traditionalists, who reject the improvement in relations between the two faiths decided at the 1962-1965 Second Vatican Council, said the prayers were meant as "amends for the outrage" of letting a Jewish cleric speak in the famous cathedral.

"They'll say they succeeded in banishing the rabbi to the sacristy," the rabbi told the Catholic daily La Croix on Tuesday March 23, "but the Christians active in dialogue seem much more determined to continue on this path." He said he had "full confidence in this dialogue and in the people leading it, especially in France." In his lecture, Krygier said that interreligious dialogue helped "expose the vanity of always wanting to trump the other" and display "each tradition's irreplaceable treasure."

The unusual cathedral protest came at a time of growing tension between the mainstream French Church and a small minority of traditionalists who reject the Council's reforms. Pope Benedict boosted the traditionalists' hopes last year when he readmitted to the Church four ultra-traditionalist bishops excommunicated since 1988. This caused an embarrassing uproar when one turned out to be a Holocaust denier.

The French branch of this group, the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), hailed the Notre Dame protest and said: "The Paris cathedral is neither a synagogue nor a Masonic temple."

Rabbi Krygier received a warm round of applause from people attending his lecture, which he delivered over Notre Dame's public address system from a side room.


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