Michelle Malkin posts today: BELGIAN CHURCHES ISLAMIFIED
This should come as a shock to no one.
Last September, in a speech at Catholic University, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick offered a prayer "in the name of Allah, the merciful and compassionate."
Here is the entire speech:
"Traditional Islam: The Path to Peace"
Remarks by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick to King Abdullah II of Jordan
Archbishop of Washington and CUA Chancellor
A few months ago, when I was privileged to pray for you on another occasion in this capital city, I asked Allah, the compassionate and merciful Lord of all the world, to bless you and to help you make your country a bridge across which all nations might walk in unity, fellowship and love. As I listened to your words today, I believe my prayer is being answered.
Indeed, the Amman Message of November of last year is a blueprint and a challenge not only to the great world of Islam, but to the whole human race. Your thoughtful leadership is a stirring invitation to all of us, especially to the people of the Book, the family of Abraham, who share so much and who are called to be brothers and sisters in God's one human family.
Your Majesty's call and that of the Holy Father are in so many ways the same. May Allah, the merciful and compassionate, continue to guide your steps along this noble path. May He guide and protect you, your family and your beloved country and may peace and justice come to all lands and all peoples through your efforts, your vision and your courage.
In the name of Allah, the merciful and compassionate God, we pray. Amen.
So, if a prince of the Catholic Church is praying to Allah, is it any wonder blasphemy is rampant? Islam denies the divinity of the Christ and the Christian belief in a triune God. We do not worship the same God despite what the politically correct would try to tell us.
What happened to, "I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. You shall have no other gods before Me."
Woe to Cardinal McCarrick and the Belgian bishops.
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