Will Michael Voris Take On The Archbishop Of Detroit Vigneron In His Support Of Imams?
Church Militant Studios Just 5 Minutes Away
I bet not.
Voris, for those that don't know is a fraud.
Voris refuses to take his Catholic apostolate to the streets.
Voris refuses to convert the Muslim in his neighborhood.
Voris is afraid to visit a Mosque to pray for the conversion of his Muslim neighbors
Voris is afraid enter into a Mosque to debate Muslims.
For Voris, his faith, is all show for the camera, no real action at all.
Maybe it has to do with the fact that his operation is a money making machine and nothing more.
If Voris responds to the Bishop - it will be only on camera or a blog post. Voris will never visit the Mosque in Hamtramck to pray the rosary or debate the Muslims
Here is the letter of Archbishop of Detroit Vigneron in support of area Muslims:
I wrote to you a little over a year ago to share with you my statement to the priests of our Archdiocese regarding a proposal made during the presidential campaign to restrict Muslim immigration to the United States. At that time, I reaffirmed my commitment to stand with you in opposing any and all unjust discrimination on the basis of religion. Today, I reaffirm that pledge.
Now that a federal government restriction has been placed upon refugees from mainly Muslim countries, I want to bring to your attention, and affirm my solidarity with, a January 27 statement made in Washington, D.C., by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Stating strong disagreement with the Executive Order, the bishops say “We believe in assisting all those who are vulnerable and fleeing persecution, regardless of their religion… welcoming newcomers and refugees is an act of love and hope.” Additionally, I call to your attention a statement by me given on December 9, 2016: “We stand with our immigrant brothers and sisters.”
Please know that the Catholic community will continue to speak out and care for immigrants and refugees, no matter their religion or their country of origin. As I said in my statement last month: “Our local community in metro-Detroit is much richer for the contributions of our brothers and sisters from Mexico and El Salvador, from India and Pakistan, from Iraq and Syria, from China and Korea, from Ukraine and Poland, from Cameroon and Nigeria.”
Let us continue to stand together for the common good here in metro-Detroit.
Allen H. Vigneron
Archbishop of Detroit