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Fordham University hosts the longest running NY Traditional Irish Music program – on WFUV Radio, also available to NJ area over the air listeners as well as internet casts


Declan O’Byrne’s news from Ireland at 2:00pm on Sundays (90.7FM In NY and Northern NJ) has become a serious concern to both us and our extended family and friends

In this last show, this past Sunday, he went on an anti-Catholic tirade in a very lengthy support of Mrs. Mary McAleese as if she was either his mother or some form of a new Saint. Mrs. McAleese, as you folks I am sure know well, is not only the former President of Ireland but an apostate Catholic. She opposes our Church’s teaching on homosexuality , most likely due to her outspoken pro-sodomite son. She tells European Catholics the Church is wrong on its teachings and once adopting this position, as we have seen elsewhere,  one naturally gravitates towards cherry picking other Church teachings each person’s personal interpretation and emotions feels at odds with today. She opposes celibate male Priesthood and believes Priests should also be Priestesses , married, and or homosexual. She opposes our Church’s teaching on contraception which gave rise the legalization of abortion

As for the murder of the unborn, Declan O’Byrne, continued to rave on as to Mrs. McAleese support of Ireland’s referendum on the 8th Amendment overrun attempt, while pro-life Irish Catholics are largely rejecting the Government’s plan for a UK-style abortion regime in Ireland. This former President of Ireland, it is believed, has animosity towards our Roman Catholic Church due to family members being abused by a Priest, Father Malachy Finnegan, in her northern Ireland homeland.

My wife and I have this newsblog to which we network with both other Catholic apostolates and over a thousand different connected souls to which we intend to inform not only of this situation but other similar outrageous predicaments to which everyday Catholics can have an impact. In today’s world unlike the Catholic world of years ago only large public outcry has any semblance of a substantial impact. There are many people that to this day gather round the radio to listen to the news from Ireland on Sundays and this version of the news corrupts and mis-forms the youth of the tri-state area. Mrs. McAlesse was also just recently ‘officially’ banned in sanctions by the Vatican from speaking in Rome at a Women’s Day Conference due to her apostate anti-Catholic views which was also not mentioned.

These highly subjective ant-Catholic news items become a presentation of WFUV views and by extension the Jesuit Catholic University of Fordham in the Bronx and its extended NYC locations representing same and Irish people &  Irish American people in general and are more over are false and highly offensive – Please help to correct this by letting as many people as possible know of this tragic situation going on at Fordham University, WFUV and the  beloved Ceol na nGael program which we may have to abandon and urge other Irish Catholics to do same as part of their after Mass Sundays sacrifice.

Here are some stories substantiating Mrs. McAleese anti-Catholic views if you had not already known of her opposition to Catholicism

Mary McAleese describes Catholic Church as ‘an empire of misogyny’ – The Irish News


Mary McAleese challenges Catholic ban on contraception


Exclusive: McAleese’s son talks of growing up as gay man as he calls for Yes – Independent.ie


Mary McAleese challenges Catholic ban on contraception


Irish Catholic Bishops will ‘fully cooperate’ with any abuse inquiry

Former President Mary McAleese’s call for a public inquiry into the Church’s response to child abuse allegations against Father Malachy Finnegan.


On The Truth

Record-Breaking Crown of 100,000 Pro-Life People rally in Ireland Against Legalizing Abortion | LifeNews.com


Watch This Michael Voris CMTV Episode From The Floor Of The Ohio Right To Life On Contraception – Hits It Out Of The Ballpark

The Serpent’s Venom | The Vortex


Both The Pro-Life March In Ireland And An Interview With Mrs. Mary McAleese on Irish TV is highlighted

On CMTV’s March 13, 2018 | Headlines News


In March Of Last Year (2017)

Anti-Catholic Irish Politician Wants Gov’t to Take Over Catholic Hospitals


In August Of 2016

Irish High Court judge rules: ‘Unborn’ is ‘clearly a child’ with ‘significant’ rights | News | LifeSite


Tolerating Terror And The slaying of Father Jacques Hamel By Father George Rutler On The Abuses And The Sins Of Silence – Crisis Magazine


For the first time in nearly 50 years, only the traditional Latin Mass to be offered in this Irish Diocese


The Foggy Dew Irish Lament Song On The Failed Irish Uprising Against The English


The Fighting Irish – Brave Irish Girl – Watch Interview From Ireland “Pro-Life views led to impeachment”- gloria.tv

Katie Ascough talks to Colm Flynn With The Facts


Please contact the following WFUV Program People and Fordham University Staff to lodge complaint on anti-Catholic views be expressed on a radio station being broadcast from Irish Catholic territory

Maura Monahan and Maggie Dolan Are the show’s producers


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John Platt Director Of Communications 


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Associate Director of Marketing, Communications, and Events

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Saint Patrick

From a sermon by Saint Leo the Great, pope The virtue of charity

In the gospel of John the Lord says: In this will all men know that you are my disciples, if you have love for each other. In a letter of the same apostle we read: Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God; he who does not love does not know God, for God is love.

The faithful should therefore enter into themselves and make a true judgment on their attitudes of mind and heart. If they find some store of love’s fruit in their hearts, they must not doubt God’s presence within them. If they would increase their capacity to receive so great a guest, they should practice greater generosity in doing good, with persevering charity.

If God is love, charity should know no limit, for God cannot be confined.

Any time is the right time for works of charity, but these days of Lent provide a special encouragement. Those who want to be present at the Lord’s Passover in holiness of mind and body should seek above all to win this grace, for charity contains all other virtues and covers a multitude of sins.

As we prepare to celebrate that greatest of all mysteries, by which the blood of Jesus Christ did away with our sins, let us first of all make ready the sacrificial offerings of works of mercy. In this way we shall give to those who have sinned against us what God in his goodness has already given us.

Let us now extend to the poor and those afflicted in different ways a more open-handed generosity, so that God may be thanked through many voices and the relief of the needy supported by our fasting. No act of devotion on the part of the faithful gives God more pleasure than that which is lavished on his poor. Where he finds charity with its loving concern, there he recognizes the reflection of his own fatherly care.

In these acts of giving do not fear a lack of means. A generous spirit is itself great wealth. There can be no shortage of material for generosity where it is Christ who feeds and Christ who is fed. In all this activity there is present the hand of him who multiplies the bread by breaking it, and increasing it by giving it away.

The giver of alms should be free from anxiety and full of joy. His gain will be greatest when he keeps back least for himself. The holy apostle Paul tells us: He who provides seed for the sower will also provide bread for eating; he will provide you with more seed, and will increase the harvest of your goodness, in Christ Jesus our Lord, who lives and reigns with the Father and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever. Amen.