Catholic Mass Grave Sites Of 350,800 Missing Children Found In Ireland, Spain, Canada

Catholic Mass Grave Sites Of 350,800 Missing Children Found In Ireland, Spain, Canada | Childrens-dining-room-Sean-Ross-Abbey-399x300 | Human Rights World News

The atrocity of close to 800 emaciated childrens’ bodies buried in a Irish Nuns’ septic tank represented the 34th child mass grave site linked this week to the Catholic Church. Pope Francis was being prosecuted by the International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ) in Brussels for allegedly trafficking 300,000 children of political prisoners through Vatican Catholic Charities during Argentine’s Dirty War. According to witness testimony last week some of those orphans ended up in a child mass grave site in Spain. Last year’s ICLCJ prosecution concerned 50,000 missing native Canadian children. There have been 32 child mass grave sites uncovered so far in Canada, most of them on Catholic-run native residential school grounds.

Unfortunately the over 350,800 children suspected to be in Catholic child mass graves sites in three countries paled in number to Catholic Priest sex abuse victims across the globe. As of November 2013 over ten million Catholic Priest child sex abuse cases have been documented as shown here. These 10,077,574 cases represented a mere fraction of total crimes committed. Only an estimated 10% of sex abuse victims were thought to speak out about their sex abuse and just 10% of those cases saw the inside of a court room.

Amnesty has been offered to citizens or employees of the Crown of England and Vatican willing to give sworn testimony or evidence that leads to the prosecution of top Vatican and government officials who may have committed crimes. For providing evidence rewards up to 10,000 euros or around 13,660 dollars was available through the ICLCJ court.

The Irish child mass grave site containing bodies of children from age two days to nine years, was located at a now-defunct Catholic home for unwed mothers. According to death records, the little ones were fragile, pot-bellied, emaciated and died as late as 1961 from malnutrition and infectious diseases such as measles and TB.

Children of the Canadian Catholic native residential schools were determined to have been murdered or died of malnutrition, human experimentation, torture, Small Pox infection or as Eyewitness Irene Favel testified in this video, were thrown into a furnace. Favel claimed that in 1944 she witnessed a newborn infant incinerated by a priest at Muscowegan Catholic Indian School, Saskatchewan Canada. The child torture was documented for court in Kevin Annett’s “Hidden No Longer” available for free here.

The Bon Secours Sisters ran the Irish mass grave site and “mother and baby home” called St Mary’s in Tuam north of Galway city. The Catholic “home” had a reputation for children dying at a rate four times higher than the rest of Ireland. Unwed mothers were punished as “atonement for their sins” by being forced to give up their children and working for two or three years without wages.

The 2013 award-winning drama film “Philomena” depicted the plight of 2,200 infants who survived Ireland’s Catholic homes. The children were forcibly adopted or placed into child labor situations, mainly in the US. Catholic officials have consistently denied they received payments for these so-called “adoptions” and insisted verifying documents were lost in a fire.

The Vatican, British Crown and Canadian government have refused excavation of the 32 Canadian mass grave sites believed filled with native children. Before licensed archeologists were turned away, human remains of children were uncovered at the larger sites in Brantford Ontario and Port Alberni British Columbia Canada.

Critics contended the Catholic Church had an ongoing reluctance to hand over internal records of Vatican Catholic Charities out of fear further horrors could come to light. Such was in the case of the Irish Magdalene Laundries where unwed mothers performed forced labor without compensation to four Catholic orders. After years of successful litigation on the case victims still remain uncompensated.

A present day victim of the Catholic Church was Jamaican and British Soldier Vivian Cunningham. He remained drugged in the St. George’s Hospital in Stafford England (ph: 44 01785 257888) for asking questions about Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant. The 2013 ICLCJ court found Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip guilty of kidnapping on Oct. 10 1964, ten native children from the Catholic-owned Kamloops residential school in British Columbia Canada. British citizen David Compan and his wife were accosted, drugged, arrested and incarcerated without charges in the London Park Royal Mental Health Center. Compan’s sin? He posted Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant on a Catholic Church in London. Compan’s arrest was captured in this video.

The Roman Catholic Church has “systematically” protected predator priests, allowing “tens of thousands” of children to be abused, a United Nations committee reported directly after Pope Francis became pontiff. In May the United Nations Committee Against Torture gave the Vatican one year to demonstrate their commitment to recommendations made in their latest UN report on Crimes Against Children by the Catholic Church.

The ICLCJ court case in Brussels charging Pope Francis and other global elites for Crimes Against Humanity was expected to extend for over a year. Last year’s ICLCJ court found 40 global elites guilty and ended with the unprecedented resignation of former Pope Ratzinger.

The ICLCJ has over 450 Common Law Peace Officers in 13 countries, with 51 local chartered groups operating. Local organizing funds were available through the ITCCS for common law groups that applied. To contact officers of the court or Kevin Annett email or call:,,,, 250-591-4573 (Canada), 386-323-5774 (USA)

by Judy Byington,

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    • Christian Spook

      what makes anyone think that the Vatican even cares..they don’t even care about their involvement with Hitler, Stepinac,Pavelic etc..
      and to be really cynical..I think that the practice of pedophilia within Catholicism has been going on for hundreds of years…

      • Eric D. Mertz

        Of course you do, your own comments from across the Internet show you to be a bigot.

        • volt-and-volume-com

          You wouldn’t by any chance be catholic, would you?

          • Eric D. Mertz

            What of it?

            • volt-and-volume-com

              I thought so!

            • Eric D. Mertz

              Why does it matter?

            • Christian Spook

              Bigotry of course, as well as #Hypocrisy

            • Eric D. Mertz

              You mean your own? The bigotry which leads you to bear false witness about fellow Christians?

            • Christian Spook

              they are not Christians, and not brothers.
              They do not believe the same teachings that is given in the Scriptures, instead, they spout all sorts of false teachings like so called prayers to Mary,transubstantiation,purgatory,rosaries.

            • Eric D. Mertz

              This is your only warning. Leave. Me. Alone.

            • Christian Spook

              Dont warn me mister.
              But out of politeness, I’m gone.
              dont bother me either then..

            • wiggletail

              In Matthew 5:26 and Luke 12:59 Christ is condemning sin and speaks of liberation only after expiation. “Amen, I say to you, you will not be released until you have paid the last penny.” Now we know that no last penny needs to be paid in Heaven and from Hell there is no liberation at all; hence the reference must apply to a third place.

              Matthew 12:32 says, “And whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven; but whoever speaks against the holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.” Here Jesus speaks of sin against the Holy Spirit. The implication is that some sins can be forgiven in the world to come. We know that in Hell there is no liberation and in Heaven nothing imperfect can enter it as we see in the next part. Sin is not forgiven when a soul reaches its final destination because in heaven there is no need for forgiveness of sin and in hell the choice to go there is already made.

              Revelation 21:27: “…but nothing unclean will enter it, nor anyone who does abominable things or tells lies.” The place that is to be entered (the place to which this passage refers) is heaven (read the text around it for context).

              The Bible clearly implies a place for an intermediate state of purification after we die in the many passages which tell that God will reward or punish according to a person’s life.

              What if purgatory really doesn’t exist?

            • wiggletail

              we wrote the book, spook! if you know your scripture than you should know when our savior hung on the cross…After recalling the presence of Mary and the other women at the Lord’s cross, St John relates: “When Jesus saw his mother, and the disciple whom he loved standing near, he said to his mother, ‘Woman, behold, your son!’. Then he said to the disciple, ‘Behold, your mother!’” (Jn 19:26-27).

            • wiggletail

              Interpreted at times as no more than an expression of Jesus’ filial piety towards his Mother whom he entrusts for the future to his beloved disciple, these words go far beyond the contingent need to solve a family problem. In fact, attentive consideration of the text, confirmed by the interpretation of many Fathers and by common ecclesial opinion, presents us, in Jesus’ twofold entrustment, with one of the most important events for understanding the Virgin’s role in the economy of salvation.

            • wiggletail

              The first mention of Purgatory in the Bible is in 2 Maccabees 12:46: “Thus he made atonement for the dead that they might be freed from sin.”

              Some people do not accept Maccabees as book of the Bible. This is unfortunate since it is that their Bibles have been edited and are missing books. (Find out Why Catholic Bibles Are Different) Even if a person does not accept the book of Maccabees, it at least has historical value for we can learn what the pre-Christian community believed.

              In Chapter 12 of Second Maccabees we read Scriptural proof for Purgatory and evidence that the Jews had sacrifices offered for those of their brothers who had lost their lives in battle. That the Jews prayed for the dead shows that they believed in a place where they could be helped (which we now call purgatory) and that the prayers of their living brothers and sisters could help them in that place. This is closely related to the Catholic doctrine of the communion of saints.

              During the Reformation in the 15th century, when Martin Luther was deciding to remove books from the Bible, these words in the book of Maccabees had so clearly favored Catholic teaching, that the whole book was removed from the Protestant Bible. Unfortunately for Protestants, even if they feel that the book was not inspired, it still tells us of the practice of God’s chosen people.

              In the New Testament

            • wiggletail

              Our acceptance of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross does not abdicate our responsibility live the Gospel. Salvation is not assured. Salvation is not by faith alone for the Bible says that we will be held accountable by our words and that much will be entrusted to us! Nowhere in the Bible does it say salvation is by faith alone. This teaching is un-Scriptural. Rather the Scriptures say that faith without works is dead (James 2:26).

              While Jesus can be the only acceptable sacrifice to God for our sins, it doesn’t give us a license to sin. Nor does justification by the Lord preserve us from sin. Even a justified man can commit a sin. Therefore, even though Christ’s blood on the cross makes us right before God, God still requires much from us in return. He requires us to die to ourselves each day and to choose him in everything we do. It simply doesn’t fit with God’s justice for a person to be off the hook simply because at some point in the past they became justified. We have a duty to God to obey him for if we do not obey God we will be punished according to his justice. Purgatory is part of God’s justice.

              Read The Truth about Faith Alone, Works, and Sa

            • wiggletail


        • Christian Spook

          There is nothing more #Hypocritically more #Bigoted than #the #Catholic so called church

          • Eric D. Mertz

            Oh joy. The Anti-Catholic bigot’s back.

            Fuck off, troll.

            • Christian Spook

              I am not anti-#Catholic, just anti BS, and totally against false teachings etc..
              I am glad that you appreciate my company etc..I’m sure that you missed me,and the pretense at holiness you get, when you leave a conversation with me.


            • wiggletail

              what is TRUTH spook? do you have one that can disprove my truth? if so, let us share.

            • A List Of False Teachings in Roman Catholic Church – The …
              The Protestant Reformation happened for a reason. Basically, it was to combat the many false teachings that the Roman Catholic Church had adopted through …
              Massive list of Roman Catholic False doctrines
              Transubstantiation (real presence) is a false doctrine. Transubstantiation is a false doctrine because Jesus is not a liar: In Mt 26:29 after Jesus had said, “this is …
              You’ve visited this page 3 times. Last visit: 30/08/15

              Are you planning on becoming a Christian sometime in the future?
              Roman catholicism certainly dd not exist before the 4th Century, when Constantine and satan started it.

              And it was not precisely in the form that it is in today.By that, I mean, that if I could have been in Rome, all those years ago, It would be perfectly clear/More obvious, as to the Mithraistic/pagan nature of that monstrosity, now known as roman catholicism.
              The Whore of Babylon. an Abomination.
              You really need to leave that disgusting cult.

              The best advice that, I can give you, is to get hold of a KJV Bible /AV 1611, and read it, acknowledge your sin , i.e. false teaching,… repent, and get saved, and hopefully you will become a Christian, and leave that Cult.

              Shut it Filth !!

            • wiggletail

              i would also like to add that if mother teresa was ever upset or spole in a harsh tone to anyone, it would be me and all the volunteers that were in her presense because she was very firm in saying * if you cannot look into the face of a dying and suffering person and smile, pack your stuff and go home because for some of these, a smile offers them more then anything else possibly can and they need to dye in the loving arms of jesus. a smile offeres them a sense of love and dignity.

            • wiggletail

              if i read my catholic bible i am still reading the KJV minus 7 books stripped out and mind you, God warned throughout the scripture, *do not add or subract from my word*. the whore of babylon was NOT the catholic church. most scholoars of all faiths agree today that it was never making reference to catholicism. as far as scholars see today the scripture may have very well been referring to AMERICA as MSYTERY BABYLON. spook, i believe jesus is trying to say tou you *saul, saul, why do you persecute me*

          • wiggletail

            there are plenty! every single branch that broke for selfish reasons…lutheran, episcopal…methodist…baptist…so on and so on …even the LDS mormons are no more than a counterfeit Catholic church that eagerly admits the catholic church was THE church where *uopn this rock i build my church and the winds of hell will never prevail and to you PETER i give the keys to the kingdom. even the mormons *get it* but counterfeited and was used by satan to accuse it of the socalled GREAT APOSTACY that never happened and nowhere in history has there ever been this great apostacy and even the mormons recognize all christian faiths as once being a part of this Catholic church and are its branches. yes, the mormons hate all christian faiths and reject the cross.

            • You did not know everything about her though..
              she was a scamming old crone.

              and she was just giving all that money to the vatican

            • wiggletail

              this is what i DO know. mother teresa was NOT into any form of materialism as she took the vow of poverty and chastity and emptied herself out of worldliness giving christ room to fill her up with His holiness. if she was not spending alot of money this would be her reason. as i recall when one of her houses were opened here in the US the church not knowing any better spent some money on renovations with new carpet, etc. this was very displeaseing to her because mother teresa prefers a bare and concrete floor. this is just an example that mother teresa was not a person that wanted or expected to have her *wants* met. it was very important for her to not be materialistic. for this reason hitchens tries to imply and accuse her of being a very sadistic person when in fact, all christians should be this way and hitchens studied this and believed her could make a case for apostacy out of this with a little bending and twisting as e knew most people could not grasp the concept of mother teresas sacrifices in even a spiritual sense. as far as any monies given to the vatican i am sure they were not there with their hands out waiting for it or expecting it if thats what she did because even with all the donations given to her order, it would be a drop in the bucket to the vatican. and i would like to enlighten you on donations to mother teresa as well. she never asked anyone for money because to her asking for man to help her would have weakened her faith in God. a good example for this would be things i know for certain and can truthfully say i know for fact would be, there was a particular organization of whom i will not mention by name that fave a generous donation and along with this they had expressed a commitment to donate on a monthly basis in the same amount. mother teresa thanked them politely but refused because had it been a single donation she would have considereed it but she felt as if a continual commited amount were made, again, this would weaken her faith. it is not for the critics and hitchens to decide what mother did with her money when in fact they can only speculate as they simply for fact, know nothing at all. i feel like you need to see the more truthful and positive side, and FAIR debate side of this because it is very easy for someone to get mind screwed when you need to realize people like hitchens, like satan are very skilled in manipulation and quite capable of making things appear a certain negative way when in fact, they are not. as i mentioned before my son knew hitchens personally and i would say if they went out to lunch together on occasion that is pretty much to say they were more than acquaintances. he severed this relationship when hitchens fabricated too far out of control with lies about mother teresa because even with my sons stand on atheism at the time, he could not and would not stoop to such a dishonest level as hitchens to attack christianity. my son christopher was not alone in the atheist community with disagreeing with hitchens dishonest tactics. my son and other atheist felt to continue in friendship with hitchens would somehow demoralize their own community and concluded that hitchens had to some degree through hatred and resentment lost touch with reality because their atheistic stand was never intended to be built on dishonesty but relevant truth.i know enough about her to tell you for certain she has been totally misunderstood and made to appear as some monster by dishonest means. people felt Jesus in her so strongly that mother had to immediate chastise them for bowing down to her and let them know to never bow down to man or woman BUT only in prayer to God alone. spook, you need to seriously take an honest and unbias look at the works of mother teresa because protestant or catholic, if what i am saying is true it would be a very grave mistake to judge, resent and unknowingly lie on one of the most sacrificing and commited children of God. consider that you could be gravely sinning if you are wrong and you know christ would not have this. love in Christ jesus.

            • wiggletail

              The opposition to the Roman Catholic Church and its false teaching came to a head in the sixteenth century, when a Roman Catholic monk named Martin Luther posted his 95 propositions (or theses) against the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church on the Castle Church door at Wittenberg, Germany. Luther’s intention was to bring reform to the Roman Catholic Church, and in doing so was challenging the authority of the Pope. With the refusal of the Roman Catholic Church to heed Luther’s call to reformation and return to biblical doctrines and practices, the Protestant Reformation began. From this Reformation four major divisions or traditions of Protestantism would emerge: Lutheran, Reformed, Anabaptist, and Anglican. During this time God raised up godly men in different countries in order to once again restore churches throughout the world to their biblical roots and to biblical doctrines and practices.

              Underlying the Protestant Reformation lay four basic doctrines in which the reformers believed the Roman Catholic Church to be in error. These four questions or doctrines are How is a person saved? Where does religious authority lie? What is the church? And what is the essence of Christian living? In answering these questions, Protestant Reformers such as Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, and John Knox established what would be known as the “Five Solas” of the Reformation (sola being the Latin word for “alone”). These five points of doctrine were at the heart of the Protestant Reformation, and it was for these five essential Biblical doctrines that the Protestant Reformers would take their stand against the Roman Catholic Church, resisting the demands placed on them to recant, even to the point of death. These five essential doctrines of the Protestant Reformation are as follows:

            • There were a lot more dogmas that Luther disagreed with the catholic so called church about, and Protestants were around a long time before Luther nailed those theses to the door.

              The apocrypha does not belong in the Bible, for quite a a few reasons, one of them being, that Jesus never quoted from them, and neither did the Apostles.
              There are also false teachings in the apocrypha, and historical inaccuracies.

              One of my reasons for not accepting the Apocrypha, is because the roman catholic so called church insist on their dogmas coming from the Apocrypha,, and if the catholic so called church try to force something, I certainly refuse to accept it.

              As I say, there lots more reasons why the apocrypha does not belong in the bible.

              I can only strongly suggest, that you get yourself a reality check, from your husband,,and that you realize that, you are not supposed to be presumptuously/feebly attempting to teach anyone.
              You women are generally supposed to remain silent.

              You really need to repent, and accept Jesus Christ into your life,… get saved in other words, and I shall pray for your conversion.

            • wiggletail

              do you realize that i am a born again, spirit filled child of God? ya cant get saved twice!

            • wiggletail

              1-“Sola Scriptura,” or Scripture Alone: This affirms the Biblical doctrine that the Bible alone is the sole authority for all matters of faith and practice. Scripture and Scripture alone is the standard by which all teachings and doctrines of the church must be measured. As Martin Luther so eloquently stated when asked to recant on his teachings, “Unless I am convinced by Scripture and plain reason – I do not accept the authority of the popes and councils, for they have contradicted each other – my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. God help me. Amen.”

              2—“Sola Gratia,” Salvation by Grace Alone: This affirms the Biblical doctrine that salvation is by God’s grace alone and that we are rescued from His wrath by His grace alone. God’s grace in Christ is not merely necessary, but is the sole efficient cause of salvation. This grace is the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit that brings us to Christ by releasing us from our bondage to sin and raising us from spiritual death to spiritual life.

              3—“Sola Fide,” Salvation by Faith Alone: This affirms the Biblical doctrine that justification is by grace alone through faith alone because of Christ alone. It is by faith in Christ that His righteousness is imputed to us as the only possible satisfaction of God’s perfect justice.

            • I am willing to gamble that you use an NIV.
              You are obviously a catholic, and therefore your understanding of the Scriptures, must be awry,skewed.

            • wiggletail

              look at ME mr. wizard, you have not shared with me anything YET

            • wiggletail

              test me and see if i know my scripture and yes i am a catholic christian but you should be more interested in knowing if you are my brother in christ rather than what denomintaion i am. our common denominator should be Jesus

            • wiggletail

              i have used them all!!! living bible, king james and NIV and personally, my main two bible are thompson chain reference bibles ( with thumb index 🙂

            • wiggletail

              spook, i would like for you to share with me what your understanding of true salvation is and how do you feel a christian should be conducting their lives today. do you believe in a total separation of church and state and what is your opinion about the kim davis situation who was recently jailed for her solid conviction on christian values.

            • I don’t know Kim Davies, and I do not know whether she was a christian or not.
              I assume, that she was a roman catholic, and therefore, I do not see that she was arrested for Christian values at all.

              Suffice to say, that I will google it, and see if I can find out more on this, unlike YOU, who is oblivious to Biblical fact/teaching/reality.

              The problem is that catholics can actually sound as though they are Christian, and even use the same terminology, but their interpretation of that terminology is different to that given in Scripture.

              The word Grace is one example of that.

              What is your understanding of the word ‘Grace’, and how one receives that same grace,and by what means/agency is it imparted?

            • wiggletail

              haha….kim davis is NOT catholic….although what she did was a very catholic things to do.

            • wiggletail

              unlike me? i am not oblivious to truth. i sift through the lies and deceptions…like those books you share that are grossly distorted and then i study exactly what another faith believes and why, then i probably even visit their church if possible and gather my opinion and belief from there. so far, all roads still lead me to rome and bible scholors and theologians actually agree these solid truths are undeniable.
              but, unlike what you think the catholic church is not about the terrible things you believe.

            • wiggletail

              my understanding of grace is it saved two wretches like me and you! it is Gods gift to us not by any merit of our own. it transforms us in truth, understanding and enables us to live as it drives our sanctification process into one spirit of holiness with the father, son and holy spirit. its gift is ultimately the holy spirits DNA we come to share.

            • wiggletail

              as far as kim being a christian i do admit it is very hard to know the difference these days when you do have so many *socalled* christians that appear to be more like a parable jesus spoke about when he said *some seed fell on thorns and some rocks and some could not take root in good soil and some took root deeply into good soil. God also warned *in those days there will be those that think they are on the road to holiness and when they face Him on judgement day they say * lord, lord did we not cast out demons in your name and do all sorts of wonderful and holy things and God says * go away you evil doers i knew you not*. moral of story, let us rely on another saying, wide is the road that leads to hell and take the narrow road where few will find it. todays christians seem to follow the narrow road with their TV evangelism and sowing seeds of faith based on some heretics perverted and manipulated concepts of holy scripture that preach the monetary wealth. i dont believe america has ever had a true understanding of Gods grace, its too secular and people or socalled children of God are more influenced by the worlds standards than they are by Gods truth. our society teaches them wrong but they have a sense of trust instilled from the cradle where mom conformed to the world and passed on thse earthly teachings to the child so, it is carried into their relationship with God on the moment of their born again experiences and only if they choose the narrow path where this world will truly hate them and call them radical and crazy will they outgrow the world. perhaps this is what jesus meant when he said * you must leave all you own and pick up your cross and follow me, they will hate you, curse you and call you all kinds or witches and sorcerers and crazy. weak and watered down christianity today makes it very hard on a sincere and true believer and alienates them from our society. i have truly come to know the meaning of a scriptural passage where God says * on judgement day i will spew you out of my nostrils*. as a catholic i truly do believe i am saved by grace , however, being purified by the holy spirit should follow and this is where my works begin. i do not see it as a possibility that a christian can be saved by grace alone and not reflect good works as a result. this is where the catholic christian can sometimes be misunderstood by other christians that believe we as christians are not saved by grace alone because we believe in works that follow. but i say, how is it possible to really be saved and not reflect the beauty of your savior. it is a natural sanctification process that begins upon your baptism in the holy spirit where you started with the sinners prayer.

            • wiggletail

              oops, todays christians seem to follow the WIDE road (correction)

            • *I am tired now, and cannot keep sharing my vast store of wisdom with you ,so please go away for a year or two.*
              *hee hee. :)*

      • volt-and-volume-com

        Make that thousands of years!

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    • Christian Spook

      What about Tuam, in Ireland, apparently 600 babies found in septic tank.
      also evidence of selling babies to people in other countries.
      The #catholic so called church, did the same thing in #Spain.
      goon my blog, or google ‘ Spain’s Missing babies ‘.
      I’m now wondering, if they were doing the same thing in Argentina.??