"It is...Our will that Catholics should abstain from certain appellations which have recently been brought into use to distinguish one group of Catholics from another. They are to be avoided not only as 'profane novelties of words,' out of harmony with both truth and justice, but also because they give rise to great trouble and confusion among Catholics. Such is the nature of Catholicism that it does not admit of more or less, but must be held as a whole or as a whole rejected: 'This is the Catholic faith, which unless a man believe faithfully and firmly; he cannot be saved' (Athanasian Creed). There is no need of adding any qualifying terms to the profession of Catholicism: it is quite enough for each one to proclaim 'Christian is my name and Catholic my surname,' only let him endeavour to be in reality what he calls himself." -- Pope Benedict XV, Ad Beatissimi Apostolorum 24 (1914)

Friday, January 4, 2013

Behind the figure of cars burned, the silence on the anti-Christian acts


by Jacques Charles Gaffiot

Jacques Charles Gaffiot is the author of Thrones in Majesty, the Authority and its symbol ( Edition du Cerf), and curator Thrones in Majesty at Versailles until 19 June 2011.

With trumpets and fanfares, we know the winners soon one of the sports that each year we book in French suburbs in the evening of New Year's Eve!

I bet with accents of our good circumstances Interior Minister mentioned a decrease in the number of cars burned while condemning, not without reason, as reprehensible actions.

But among our major national sports, which is another good doctor as our dear president will not speak again this time with their wishes or suggesting their balance sheets in 2012. And yet, every year in France, we beat the record from the previous year. In Europe, France confirms its first place ever.

Strangely, on such exploits, the media help to keep silent when they do not seek to stifle them. However, we knew this decline in sport, pretty much surrounded by people of all kinds, many disciplines in which in a few years we hoisted a high level that we will eventually be envied.

What is it? Without further ado here is a small selection to establish the main scores of the past year:

Desecration, vandalism and burglary in the churches of France: 52

January 3: Coudekerque-Branche (North), Lille (Cathedral vandalized by two Muslim sentenced to 6 months in jail without a warrant), Montfermeil (Evangelical Church, Seine-Saint-Denis).

February 2: Châtillon-sur-Indre (Indre), Escaudain (North).

March 3: Epiais (church destroyed by arson, Loir-et-Cher) Herblay (Val d'Oise).

April 3: Cruseilles (Haute-Savoie), Nice, Clouzeaux The (Vendée).

May 6: Cruscades (Aude), The Cacilly (Morbihan), Montmorency (Val d'Oise), Chazey-sur-Ain (Ain), Saint-Just Saint Rambert (Loire), Périgueux.

June 4: Sézanne (Marne), Nice, Poitiers (ND Great) Castels (Tarn-et-Garonne).

July 6: Crouy-sur-Cosson (Loir-et-Cher), Nice, Bord-Saint-Georges (Creuze) Hersin-Coupigny (Pas-de-Calais), Paris (Notre-Dame), The Ravine Calvis ( Reunion).

August 2: Mesvres (Saône-et-Loire), Locmaria (Morbihan).

September 4: Chateauroux, Cormery (Indre-et-Lore), Chassion (Rhône), Bordeaux.

October 13: Toulouse (Protestant), Nice, Soissons (2 churches) Meslay-du-Maine (Mayenne), Bignon-du-Maine (Mayenne), Chassieu (Rhône), Marseille (arson), Lyon, Marmoutier ( Bas-Rhin), Carnac (Morbihan), Aurillac, Saint-Lys (Haute-Garonne).

November 1: Sanilhac (Dordogne).

December 6: Lyon, Toulon (Chapel Naval Base) Macou (North) Haucourt-Moulaine (Meurthe-et-Moselle), Belvès (Dordogne), La Flèche, Notre-Dame-du-Chêne (Sarthe).

Desecration of cemeteries: 21

February 1: Boué (Aisne).

April 1: Vichy.

May 1: Canohès (Pyrenees-Orientales).

June 1: Mercus-Garrabet (Arriege).

July 4: Château-Gontier (Mayenne), Saint-Gervais (Vendée), Ganac (Ariège), Ria (Pyrenees-Orientales).

August 2: Ostwald (Alsace), Paris (Père Lachaise).

September 4: Crévic (Meurthe-et-Moselle), Bonviller (Meurthe-et-Moselle), Cahors, Goussainville (Val d'Oise).

October 4: Albi, Moustey (Landes), a blessed grave (La Réunion), Royan, La Tour (Haute-Savoie).

November 3: Bages-Aude (Aude), Anthy-sur-Léman (Haute-Savoie), St. Pazanne (Loire-Atlantique).

Destruction of nurseries: 6

January 1: Gond-Pontouvre (Charente).

December 5: Belvès (Dordogne), Barby (Savoy), Gond-Pontouvre (Charente), Surgères (prohibition of the construction of a crèche), Frejus.

Destruction of public monuments to Christian references:

July: Rigarda (Pyrenees-Orientales).

September Limoges.

November: Courcelles-en-Beaujolais (mission cross shot, Rhône) Pérignat-lès-Sarlières (date undetermined way of the cross, Puy-de-Dôme) permit application to demolish the church of Sainte-Gems 'Andigné (in good condition) requested by the municipality.

December: Saint-Germain-en-Laye ( ex-voto dedicated to Saint Genevieve).

Liturgical celebrations interrupted:

January: Carcassonne, stoned during the Catholic Mass. Avignon (Maghreb enter a church during Mass to insult the faithful shouting "we're all gonna burn you."

May: Carcassonne, stoned during the Catholic Mass by young Maghreb.

2 September: Toulouse, Orthodox worship interrupted by "Pussy Riot" Dijon, Mass interrupted by young North Africans.

With people:

May: Bourg-les-Valence (priest assaulted).

September Aubagne (a priest tortured, kidnapped another).

November: Display public campaign against a bishop.

Not to mention the death threats received in June a French bishop.

Damage to property:

September: Bordeaux (Catholic bookstore).

One thing is clear: these are growing well and have a respectable track record in October well above what is recorded in Pakistan and Nigeria.

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