As More Than the Curve reported, this Muslim migrant entered BlueStone Church in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. John Stange of BlueStone Church recounted:
It quickly became clear that he took great offense to what I was preaching about, and in the midst of yelling at me he stated, “You press on my nerves. You press on Muslims’ nerves. You’re going straight to Hell on the day of judgment.” Apparently, he was Muslim and he wanted to make sure that I knew he had a problem with the Christian message I was preaching.
The other church he entered was Saint Matthew Parish, a Catholic church also in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Kevin Gavin, a spokesman for the Catholic Archdiocese, said:
An individual did create a disturbance at one Mass over the course of the last weekend at Saint Matthew Parish in Conshohocken. No one was harmed in any way. The parish did file a police report and is grateful for the assistance of law enforcement. As this matter is an open police investigation, I defer to law enforcement for any further comment.
What did he say when he went into Saint Matthew Parish? Unlike Stange, Gavin was tight-lipped. His reticence was likely directly related to the fact that the man who disrupted the Mass was a Muslim, and the Catholic Church is institutionally committed to downplaying and denying the jihad threat, even to the point of abandoning Christians persecuted by Muslims to their fate, and not saying a word about their plight — even the mildest statement, after all, could be seen as “Islamophobic.” Not only that, but now it has been revealed that the perpetrator was an illegal migrant. The Catholic Church makes many millions from “refugee” resettlement: “In the Fiscal Year 2016, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) received more than $91 million in government funding for refugee resettlement. Over the past nine years, the USCCB has received a total of $534,788,660 in taxpayer dollars for refugee resettlement programs.” And so a story that puts “refugees” in a negative light is never going to be given any attention by the Catholic Church. They just want this story to go away.
“Leave them; they are blind guides. And if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14)
Earlier this week MoreThanTheCurve.com reported on two incidents in local churches that involved a man disrupting services….