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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Guess Who's Leading Notre Dame's Delegation to the March for Life

What St. Nicholas would do to Fr. Jenkins!
...President John Jenkins, cheerleader for Barack Obama, the most pro-abortion president in history!

Yup, Fr. Jenkins in his philacteries and bells is leading Notre Dame's delegation to the March for Life.

This is the same Fr. Jenkins who made a point of crucifying pro-lifers who protested Notre Dame honoring Obama.  And if that doesn't make his presence the hypocrisy of the year, he is also responsible for making sure that faculty and students can kill babies in the womb with abortifacient birth control provided in the school's health plan.

This Judas should be embarrassed to show his face at the March much less lead Notre Dame's delegation. If I were a student from Notre Dame, I'd work to get a separate group to go under the Notre Dame banner with a photo of Fr. Jenkins that read WE'RE NOT WITH JUDAS!

Check out the search at our blog to see a series of disgraceful actions by Fr. Jenkins whose hands are drenched in the blood of the babies. He's also used all the power of Notre Dame's legal team to persecute the babies' defenders. God help him when he stands before the judgment seat of God.

Sic Semper Bufi Parvi (The seal of Virginia
has it almost right. "Thus always to little toadies."
Read the Sycamore Trust's bulletin about Jenkins titled Just Who Do They Think They're Fooling? The hypocrisy is breathtaking! If you see this pathetic excuse for a Catholic priest at the March tell him what you think of his being there. Try not to do a St. Nicholas and punch him in the face. On the other hand, remember that when Constantine stripped St. Nicholas of his bishopric and put him in jail, he was visited by Jesus and Mary who restored the signs of his office (the gospels and his vestments). When Constantine learned of the miracle he reinstated Nicholas to his See. Pray for Fr. Jenkins and all the traitors in Roman collars who one day will be called to an accounting for their betrayals.


1 comment:

Nancy said...

Perhaps the only thing more hypocritical than that would be if Pope Francis sends a message, especially coming after the fiasco with the papal award.