For those who kneel beside us
At altars not Thine own,
Who lack the lights that guide us,
Lord, let their faith atone!
Rudyard Kipling, Hymn Before Action
Father Paul Nicholson engages in some silliness on stilts:
The imagery that is being circulated of the confrontation with the diabolical at the black mass in Oklahoma city is truly moving. But there is something worse than a black mass. It is the abuse of God’s Mercy.
Oh, I don’t know Mr. Klavan. While vehemently opposed to Satan and all his works, not to mention his empty promises, I don’t know if I fear Satanists. Now if Satanists in various parts of the globe began to engage in suicide bombings, used mentally handicapped individuals and kids in their suicide bombings, started stoning women, undertook strenuous efforts to obtain nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction, took over countries and proclaimed them Satanist States, beheaded captives and made snuff videos celebrating the murders, murdered 3000 of my countrymen and regularly called down the wrath of Satan on my nation and anyone who is non-Satanist, I guess a small particle of fear might creep in, along with a large amount of rage, at least in regard to those particular Satanists. Fortunately the Satanists are merely a small band of kooks, and my main emotion to them is pity. Thank God we are not faced with the type of moral quandries presented if a significant fraction of a global Satanist religion decided to launch a unholy war against unbelievers. We can all relax now!