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Militant-Protestants group disrupts Masses in several Catholic Parishes around Las Vegas

A new militant-protestant group that has identified themselves by the name “Koosha Las Vegas” has been a major disturbance and obstruction while celebration of Mass is going on around Catholic churches in Las Vegas.
The group is majorly made up of new Christian-converts from Islam. They have sent out their members to go into every Catholic Church to disrupt the Eucharistic celebration of Mass and stop Catholics from what they call “Satanic Worships of the Catholic”. Reports gathered from eyewitnesses said that, the group starts to disorganize the harmony of a church by shouting “Catholics must repent”,  they even get to the point of threatening the parishioners celebrating Mass.
The Las Vegas police said that despite the complaints they have been getting, no member of the group has been arrested because they haven’t physically attacked anyone yet.
The Police also reported that the group has posted so many falsifying contents on the internet and blaspheme against the catholic church.

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  1. Too funny! Catholics don’t repent, we do the torturing, reference the Spanish Inquisition, Joan of Arc, Dark Ages etc., these guys are freaked out by new loving Pope truly exemplifying Christian values. Tragically uninformed about Catholic history and their own internal fears and conflicts.

  2. Let’s remember that the Church teaches that there is salvation outside the Church, for those who have never heard the Word of God. It is entirely possible that there are many of our protestant brothers and sisters who have never heard the Truth about the Faith. They carry on every day seeking to do the Will of God, working only with the knowledge imparted by their preachers and church elders. Pray for them and with them. Create an atmosphere with your protestant friends where they feel comfortable coming to you to discuss theology and philosophy without worry that you will be “judgy.” Pour your hearts out, and Christ will continue to fill them.

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