Beauty And The Beast: Priests abusing children throughout history ‘totally unnecessary’

Posted on 14 March 2017

Singaporeans must not support those who are immoral, they said.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like riding around on their high horses, have come out to express their grave concerns about the abuse of children by religious priests throughout history.

This after the National Council of Churches Singapore released a statement saying that the gay moment in the new Beauty And The Beast live-action movie is “totally unnecessary”.

The Roman Catholic Church of Singapore also issued a separate statement about the movie to parents that they “must discern and reflect with their children on whether the lifestyle portrayed is consonant with the teaching of Christ”.

Singaporeans who heard this, said they agree that there is indeed a moral obligation not to support those who carried out anti-Christian and immoral values, such as Catholic priests who have historically abused children under their charge.

One Singaporean, Nina Kan, said: “I would really like to see the National Council of Churches Singapore and the Roman Catholic Church in Singapore come out more strongly against abusive priests, since a lot of what they have done is a lot worse than a gay moment in a movie.”

“If Beauty And The Beast deserves a rebuke, so do the Catholic priests who have or are still molesting and abusing children under their charge.”

“Whose moral high horse is higher now?”

At press time, Nina Kan’s moral high horse is almost as high as the sky.







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