Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Diocese of Limburg Removes Their Advertising for Abortion

The advertisement for abortion has just been removed from the website of the diocese of Limburg. The publication under the link https://hochtaunus.bistumlimburg.de/fileadmin/redaktion/Bereiche/hochtaunus.bistum-limburg.de/downloads/Ht_September2017_Kontaktadressen.pdf has been removed. In the GoogleCache can be verified that in fact advertisements for abortion was found in publications of the diocese. Whether the printed edition with the abortion advertising has been recalled is not known.
[Update 19.11.2017, 18:00 clock: abortion advertising, punishable under § 219a in publications of the diocese of Limburg published in June 2015, https://hochtaunus.bistumlimburg.de/fileadmin/redaktion/Bereiche/hochtaunus.bistum-limburg .de / downloads / Juni_2015_Kontaktadressen_fuer_Menschen_in_Notsituationen-HT.pdf ]
AMDG

10 comments:

  1. Literally nothing from conciliar antiChurch can surprise me anymore. But I still follow orthodox blogs, hoping for some good news, signs of revival. Thank you for your effort.

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  2. Rome lost the faith,so is the peoples.

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  3. Object not found!

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    hochtaunus.bistumlimburg.de
    Apache

    No doubt a modernist Novus Ordo henchperson of the German heresiarchs is responsible for the link failure.

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  4. They never should have advertised such an abomination in the first place.

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  5. why is that bishop not being tarred and feathered?

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    1. Because it's editorial policy to keep the monkeys fed on peanuts.

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  6. How can a diocese "espouse abortion" without being "called on the carpet". JPII would not have tolerated anything close to it. What is wrong with Francis? If this be true, and it appears so, then Rome is begging for a "taste of reality" brought by your local ISIS dealership.

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    1. The previous 'taste of reality' was administered in 1526.
      Moral and political weakness is always exploited, so you are probably correct.

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    2. This has been a problem with the German bishops before.

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  7. https://lifepetitions.com/petition/petition-remove-the-crucified-cow-on-display-in-catholic-church

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