Thursday, August 11, 2022

Pope and non-existent graves ‘deceived’ in Canada

You don’t have to believe everything a certain media says, aside from being anti-Catholic.

editorial (07/23/2022 17:05, Gaudium Press, Tomorrow the Pope will arrive in Canada. First UPin Edmonton, then Iswe buy In Quebec, Catholic Area Excellence; will also visit maskavasis, I Iqaluit On a journey that will last till July 30,

Thieftextualizing andThis Journey, Pablo Ginsey does Libertad in Religion is an analysis of Catholicism that the Pontiff would find in this country, exploring a somewhat bleak panorama, however, This so different from one in other places that Again ‘Mission’: “Secularism, contraception and low birth rates, leisure culture, a public welfare system that diminished the importance of Catholic services, abuse scandals, a hostile press, hostile politicians, a lack of campaigning … and to shut it down.” For, the coronavirus pandemic, which has affected the parish economy, is highly dependent on face-to-face assistance and cash donations.”

,graves with the dead

delves into the subject of commodities, among other pointsI “call” [falsedad] of graves with the dead”.

IThis ‘cheat’ is a mantra that is being repeated even today: PFor example, office Two days ago From german wave about Travel Francis, titled “A Delicate Journey: Pope Francis Visits Canada”, reiterates that “a number of mass graves have been discovered in recent years”. The “common grave”, believed to be the indigenous children’s, is well understood.

,In May 2021 the press announced that they had ‘discovered’ an alleged 215 ‘unmarked graves’ in a residential school in Kamloops, Indian Reservation. On June 25, 751 bodies were reported to have been found in Maryval Residential School. And on June 30, there were talk of 182 discovered at St. Eugene’s Mission near Cranbach.” remember now Religion Inlibertad columnist.

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IYou are the ‘dark’ search, which would correspond to children assigned to boarding schools managed by the religious, were the stops for an unprecedented violence against the Church in Countryinvolving the burning of very Temple

TookSee all: Several churches have been on fire in Canada over the past two weeks.

Even then , You In the words of Gins – “14 months have passed and no ‘grave’ has been uncovered, no corpse has been found, no one has excavated. Confuses rocks with imaginary ‘graves’.

but one not everything happened at once callNo going to rebuild About 60 churches were burned or demolished, some of them dwhere were they going to worship Catholic indigenous.

For the rest, when one seriously examines the history, it is confirmed that “if a child died – from typhus, flu, etc. – most of those boarding schools were buried in their village.” Thus, in Kamloops, only 4 children were buried near the boarding school (and not hidden, but in the cemetery of the adjoining city)” Gins quoted Professor Emeritus, a historian at the University of Montreal.

achronological analysis of history

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,It is no pretext that government boarding schools—assigned to Catholic and Protestant communities—worked poorly”. Gins admits, but also remember nothing The sins attributed to these boarding schools, such as corporal punishment, contempt for Aboriginal cultures, student work, were more or less common heritage of humanity at the time: “corporal punishment was very common (but it was also common among white households), poor or rich, and in the elite schools of Oxford or Cambridge)”; “Neither in Wales nor in Scotland was it studied in Welsh or Scottish, nor in Brittany or Roussillon in Breton or Catalan. The English and French empires despised languages ​​and cultures other than royal.

PFor the rest, the existing defects have already been recognized:

,After the Canadian government accepted these facts, in 2009 Pope Benedict XVI received a delegation of Native Canadians and expressed grief for ‘the reprehensible conduct of Catholics who caused extreme pain to those attending residential schools. and caused pain’. He was mainly referring to cases of brutal corporal punishment. In 2015 a Truth and Reconciliation Commission finalized a 6-volume report with recommendations. The Catholic Church has promised to support indigenous communities further today with solidarity projects and schooling and scholarship, as it has been and continues to do. ,

In short, morality is affirmed, that one should not believe in everything that is a certain MediaWhich is distinguished among many other traits by being anti-Catholic.

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