All Comments for Vietnamese Catholics Protest Officials’ Interference in Their Parish

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Hate communism with a Passion from ghet bac Ho :

These commies don’t know their places or when to stop!
Within the church, either the Bishop (and above) or the congregation has the power to re-locate the priest. The rotation system is in place for the benefits of the congregation – the congregation needs to learn from different priests’ every 3-5 years. Also, if the congregation doesn’t like the priest, they can request to remove the priest at any time.
Hence, it’s a joke for an outsider to request a removal of a priest! This is meddling in church internal affairs. If the diocese owns the land since 1940, then clearly the land belongs to them.
Thua Thien, Hue is a prominent Catholic stronghold. This area suffered badly during the Tet Offense in 1968. This is when ole, dirty, evil, and blood-thirst Ho invaded the South during New Year – after all, he and his goons agreed on the New Years 3-days peace treaty! Besides killing a lot of innocent people, they were also holding a lot of prisoners. These were intellectual people. Communism seems to have a hatred toward intelligent people – ever wonder why?
During the retreat, they couldn’t deal with the large ‘prisoners’ so they shot and buried them all in the mass and shallow dug graves! Google it, the black and white pictures are still online.
For this, I will not forget; for my people; I will remember them; for the communists; I will not forgive them.

Jan 04, 2018 11:32 AM

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