A powerless Church is under the power of the world -- Church vandalism: increasing bell thefts -- Jewish right-wing extremists bar Arab farmers -- A victim of the Conciliar Church --
A powerless Church is under the power of the world
Italy. On Sunday the Italian historian Roberto de Mattei commented in the Milan news 'Il Giornale' on the occasion of the 1,700th anniversary of the Battle of the Milvian Bridge (312). Then, the Emperor Constantine (+337) saw the cross in the sky. He was victorious and led Christendom into Rome. Mattei insisted that today's Old Liberals like the Communists are calling for a Christendom without power. Only: when Christendom ceases to change the world, then it will be changed by the heathen world.
Church Vandalism: increased bell thefts
Germany. Metal thieves are stealing church bells because of rising commodities prices. The German bell museum in the 17,000 population community of Gecher in western Munsterland warned on Monday. The museum asked for better security measures. The perpetrators would destroy valuable cultural artifacts for raw materials.
Jewish Right-Wing extremists block Arab farmer out
Occupied Palestine. A group of Jewish settlers blocked about ten dunums (10,000m^2) of farmland near Qarount in the vicinity of Nablus with barbed wire so the owner, Mohamad Najim (66) couldn't enter his unharvested fields on Sunday. A so-called security post of a larcenous band of settlers warned Najim sternly of further approaches to his property and warned him of "attacks by robbers". The Right-Wing Radicals had already cut down ripe olive trees 14 years before. Then they informed the farmer that they wouldn't be responsible for his fat, if he attempted to enter his land.
Another victim of the Conciliar Church
Belgium. The Carmelites in the 100,000 population city of Mons -- in the western Belgium Province of Hennegau -- must close its cloister. The community is too old and has no growth. In the next weeks the remaining sisters will settle in the other Belgian closter. The Cloister in Mons has existed since 1607.
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