As long as you did it to one of these my least brethren, you did it to me. – Matthew 25:40
REPORTER’S NOTE: For the past several years, as attacks against the Catholic Church have accelerated in an increasingly Socialist world, news sources have published and broadcast sensationalized pieces about dead babies interred in underground chambers on Catholic estates, including Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home, in #Tuam, Ireland, and #Smyllum Park Orphanage, in Lanark, Scotland.
With anti-Catholic verbiage, reporters ran with the pieces – seemingly never letting facts get in the way of a good story – maligning priests and nuns with vicious tales and innuendo of abuse and torture, elaborated and hyperbolized with words such as horror, notorious, gruesome, grim and brutal.
But in the reports, there was something eerily familiar. Similar accounts can be found in the historical works that fill volumes of aging, yellowing pages pulled from the shelves. For more than 60 years ago, the same sort of false accusations were launched against Catholic missionaries in the People’s Republic of China after the #Communist takeover.
Here’s what happened… TMM
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HANGING SIGN: "Relief for poor and helpless abandoned babies."
NUN’S HEADPIECE: "Mercy."
WALL SIGN: "The Sisters of the Immaculate Conception Society, from Canada, Holy Infant Foundling Home, of Canton."
BELOW BABIES: "2,116 babies have been killed since the liberation of Canton."