SHROVE TUESDAY AT OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE BRAY
The GREED and uncaring Parish and Parish Priest has struck again.
Today the entire country are having Pancake Parties for children's hospitals around the country.
This morning TV3 had a reminder of the Odlums party's for National Children's Hospital in Tallaght.
My niece in Letterkenny, a mother of 3 young children, was up all night making pancakes for their fundraising efforts for Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin.
EVERYONE is doing their bit all over the country, for CHILDREN, HOSPITALS and CHARITY
that is EXCEPT The Parish of Our Lady Queen of Peace in Bray and the Parish Priest there.
Oh YES they had a big PANCAKE PARTY but he announced that it was FOR DONATIONS FOR OUR "BELOVED ROOF" (REPAIRS). To the Parish Priest an old roof is BELOVED sick children are NOT.
NO CHRISTIAN CHARITY OR CARING in this Church. It is think of yourself first, squeeze the Parishioners a bit more for the grand building plans of the Parish Priest and to hell with the sick children of the country.
You can see HYPOCRISY in action any day of the week in this Parish. They would take the last piece of bread out of the mouth of the sick children AND THIS IN THE WEEK THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ARE ISSUING THEIR NEW CHILD PROTECTION POLICIES.
It is all a VERY SICK JOKE don't you think??????????
Also on a FUNNY, SAD AND RIDICULOUS note the Parish seems to have had its second or third FALSE START with this SO CALLED work to be done on the Church. It has been starting since JANUARY 12. Gates are locked again to the inconvenience of everyone BUT no signs yet of builders or building equipment.
FOR HEAVENS SAKE will they sort themselves out get the work done and throw the Parish Priest out in the skip with the rubble!!! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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