Sunday, 11 February 2018

Catholic Archbishop: Church in Germany frightened by Muslim hate crimes

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From Die Welt:

The Catholic Church finds the increase in hate crimes against Christians in Germany frightening. It quotes Archbishop Ludwig Schick told "Frankfurter Allgemeine Woche" that "the highest vigilance is required....Unfortunately, signs of brutalization can be observed across society."




There are "radicalization tendencies among certain groups of Muslims and they exist in other sectors of society as well. This brings dangers to social cohesion and peaceful coexistence. "


Archbishop Schick further said that among the refugees who have come to Germany from the Middle East since 2014, there are undoubtedly some who "do not understand or accept the liberal order of our country, even some who are not refugees but terrorists. That's a fact we have to respond to. But it is also true that the majority of those who have escaped war and chaos really appreciate the achievements of our state and our society and want to accept them. "

3 comments:

  1. The Catholic Church is firmly on the side of the invasion. I used to be a Catholic but now I have nothing but disgust and contempt for the Pope and the Catholic hierarchy.

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  2. With Archbishops like this, enemy armies become redundant.
    Christopher

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    1. He is being pretty outspoken by the standards of German bishops or Germans or bishops

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