Homo-Sacrilege in Spain

Homo-Sacrilege in Spain

Our Lady came to Fatima to warn that “man must cease offending God.” She called us to make reparation for sin, particularly by means of the daily Rosary, the Five First Saturdays and devotion to Her Immaculate Heart. aFatima2

An egregious offense against Our Lord just occurred in Spain that cries to Heaven for reparation.

Catholic News Agency reports: “The Spanish artist Abel Azcona stole more than 240 consecrated Hosts by pretending to receive Holy Communion at Mass. He then placed the Hosts on the ground to form the word ‘pederasty’ in Spanish.”

The outrage occurred in the Spanish city of Pamplona, located in northern Spain near the French border.

More detail on the atrocity is provided by LifeSiteNews: “The ‘art’ piece” not only comprises the sacrilege of Hosts on the ground, but also “consists of pictures showing the process the artist went through: stealing the Hosts during Mass, using them to form a word on the floor and then sitting naked next to them. A cup full of the consecrated Hosts is also on exhibition.” 

Azcona boasted on his Twitter page, “I attended 242 eucharists (sic) and with the hosts I made the word pederasty.” Azcona also posted pictures of the Hosts on the floor, and his acts of stealing the Hosts, on his Facebook and Twitter profiles (see photos above).

A private citizen reacting against the blasphemy removed the Hosts laid out on the ground and took them to a nearby parish. Azcona responded with mockery, noting he still has a chalice full of Hosts he purloined.

The Hosts on the floor were never replaced, but the rest of the sacrilegious exhibit remains.

Azcona, an openly homosexual ‘artist’, is known for his anti-religious screeds. In a recent interview he sneered, “Religion is at the same level as cancer or AIDS, and in fact has killed more people than these better-known diseases.”

The guilt for this heinous event not only falls on Azcona, but on the city of Pamplona itself.

Maider Beloki, a councilwoman from the city’s Department of Culture, presented the exhibit, which is titled “Buried.”

At opening night a crowd of faithful Catholics arrived to protest and make reparation. They entered the building housing the exhibit, prayed the Rosary and ended by chanting Viva Christo Rey (“Long live Christ the King”).

Since the exhibition is on government property, a religious freedom group called maslibres.org called on Pamplona’s Mayor to remove the exhibit.

A crowd subsequently gathered on November 23 outside City Council to protest peacefully. At the end, the mayor apparently gave a feeble speech in the language of political correctness. He merely asked the artist to “reconsider” the inclusion of “some of the contents” of the exhibition as they “have provoked the rejection of part of the population,” so as to “favor a climate of harmony and not hurt any sensitivities.”

The Christian Lawyers Association has filed a suit against Azcona for “an offense against religious sentiments and desecrations,” a crime that carries with it a 12 to 18 month jail sentence. The Association also called for the complete removal of Azcona’s exhibition.

Meanwhile His Excellency Francisco Perez, Archbishop of Pamplona, called for Masses of reparation throughout the diocese. In an interview with Alfa y Omega, the bishop denounced the exhibit as a “blasphemous sacrilege,” and said Azcona “has disdained, devaluated and ridiculed the Eucharist, which is the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Sacred Host and the most holy thing for a Catholic.”

It is hard not to see the element of the demonic in Azcona’s actions. The desecration, mockery and sacrilege could not be more explicit.

The Fatima Center calls upon its friends to make reparation for this unspeakable desecration.

Each can make reparation according to his or her preference: Rosaries, Masses, Holy Hours, Litanies, sacrifices and other reparatory practices.

We also recommend praying the Fatima Reparation prayer at least 242 times in reparation for deliberate and public blasphemy. It is the prayer taught by the Angel of Fatima to the three children in 1916:

“O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, I adore Thee most profoundly and I offer up to Thee the Most Precious Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of the same Son Jesus Christ present in all the Tabernacles of the world, in reparation for all the sacrileges, outrages and indifferences by which He Himself is offended. And through the infinite merits of His most Sacred Heart, I beg of Thee the conversion of poor sinners.”

Will you recite this prayer 242 times in reparation for the 242 sacrilegious thefts of the consecrated Hosts? And also pray for the conversion of the perverse artist? Remember to make reparation on the upcoming First Saturday, especially the Communion of Reparation. Please spread this word to others and let us know what you plan to do in reparation for this offense against Our Blessed Lord in the Eucharist.    Source – Fatima Center

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Let’s put our arithmetic to the test, not to mention our memory, by praying the Fatima Reparation prayer 242 times,  as suggested by the Fatima Center.  We might also add a prayer for special graces for the poor homosexual “artist” who is in very grave spiritual danger – to paraphrase the Gospel question: what does it profit an artist to have all the praise in the world from homosexual admirers, and yet suffer the loss of his own soul?

Comments (34)

  • Prognosticum

    Communion in the hand was a very bad idea. It should be stopped immediately.

    December 3, 2015 at 9:23 pm
    • Vianney

      My thoughts exactly.

      December 4, 2015 at 12:01 am
    • Fidelis

      That was my own first reaction as well. Communion in the hand is, by itself, a sacrilege and it has always been a blasphemy waiting to happen. This is not the first example of blasphemy due to stolen consecrated Hosts and unless this practice is stopped, it won’t be the last.

      I’ll say the Reparation prayer 242 times as suggested. Five or ten at a time, not all at once, or I’ll lose count, LOL!

      December 4, 2015 at 12:31 am
      • Margaret Mary

        I’ve also started to pray the Reparation prayer. This is just too shocking for words, but that man also needs our prayers. Anybody who would do such a thing is full of hate and needs God’s grace.

        December 4, 2015 at 7:34 pm
    • Lionel (Paris)

      I agree with you, Prognosticum!

      December 4, 2015 at 10:54 pm
    • Lily

      I totally agree with this. Communion should only be given on the tongue – no question. This sacrilege proves it.

      December 5, 2015 at 11:21 pm
  • Lionel (Paris)

    C’est vraiment gravissime!

    December 3, 2015 at 10:11 pm
  • gabriel syme

    I must say, there is a massive dollop of irony in the situation of a homosexual man making digs about pederasty, which is the term for homosexual activity between an older man and much younger partner.

    Reports into abuse in Catholic institutions, such as the John Jay report, showed that 80-90% of abuse was fundamentally homosexual in nature, with predatory homosexual priests unable to restrain themselves around post-pubescent teenage boys (as old as 17). That victim profile was represented in the majority of cases.

    I also echo was prognosticum says about communion in the hand. But the practice will likely linger a while yet, as removing it would undermine the “lay eucharistic ministers”.

    December 3, 2015 at 11:44 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      I notice that this fact about pederasty is never discussed. In fact, I’ve heard it swept aside as if there is no truth in it when there obviously is.

      Communion in the hand must be stopped. I can’t believe the bishops would still allow it after this. I wonder what the Spanish bishops are saying about it and will they act to stop Communion in the hand. If not, you would have to wonder if they believe in the Real Presence.

      December 4, 2015 at 7:36 pm
    • RCA Victor

      And one thing about those “eucharistic ministers,” GS, is that they know how to make plenty of noise, and if their noise doesn’t get through to the bishop they’ll take it to the media, who is always looking for a good excuse to pummel the Church. I recall a conversation I had with a fellow NO Catholic years ago, before I abandoned that rut, about Pope Benedict’s imminent reforms to the 1969 Missal. This person, whom I mistakenly thought was a “conservative,” was quite irate about what Benedict was doing, and claimed that he, Benedict, was going to greatly reduce the “role” of the laity! I have to wonder how many so-called Catholics, thoroughly immersed in the democratic spirit of VII, will abandon the Church in a huff when sanity returns after the Consecration.

      December 5, 2015 at 1:16 am
  • Frankier


    I have just finished viewing a programme featuring Simon Reeve travelling around Ireland.

    I had to laugh at one of the sodomites who claimed that the reason only one in five attend Mass now in Ireland, compared to four out of five in the eighties, was mainly due to the child abuse.

    When are these people going to get their heads out of the sand and begin to admit that there would have been no abuse of young boys in Ireland if there had been no homosexuals.

    This sad creature was also proud of the fact that homosexuality had united Ireland. I don’t exactly know if that is the case since the Unionist population of the North of Ireland certainly don’t approve of sodomy, although it may have united those in the south.

    I haven’t heard much though about the admittedly “gay” TD in Ireland who resigned his position in government a couple of weeks ago after newspaper reports of his abuse of both boys and girls.

    I wonder if wee Enda Kenny is willing to carry the can for the filthy actions of of member of his party, someone who sat next to him at his work, in the same way as he felt Pope Benedict had to shoulder the blame for offences committed on the far side of the world.

    December 4, 2015 at 12:20 am
    • Fidelis


      That’s an excellent comment and I loved your final paragraph, which is so true.

      Is this the TD in question, a Pat Carey?

      What I don’t understand is why he is resigning when he is adamant he didn’t do any child abuse. That doesn’t ring true with me. You would want to stand your ground, surely and clear your name.

      December 4, 2015 at 12:29 am
    • gabriel syme


      People wont take their heads of the sand.

      Many people and the media were only interested in the abuse cases so far as using them as a weapon to beat the Church with, to undermine its crediiblity.

      They didnt really give a damn about the abuse victims; if they did, then they would seek to fully understand the nature of the abuse, such that it could be prevented in future.

      But people – in Ireland and elsewhere – dont want to confront the dichotomy between the enthusiastic normalisation of homosexuality, and criticism of the effects of homosexuality in Church institutions (criticism which completely ignored the motivational factors and only concentrated on how wicked the Church supposedly is).

      Of course, not every person with homosexual desires will be an abuser and there are heterosexual abusers too; but there is an uncomfortable issue with some homosexual men desiring much younger men / boys. Look at organisations such as NAMBLA and the celebrities such as Stephen Fry and Lance Dustin Black, both of whom flaunt their same-sex partners of half their age, or less.

      I think the issue is that, with homosexual acts, the two parties are not joining in natural way and becoming/creating something much bigger than the individuals themselves. And so such acts are not really about coupling as such, so much as they are about an older, (often wealthy), man having a young plaything to sodomise.

      December 4, 2015 at 1:01 pm
  • Frankier


    That’s the one I was talking about. A self-confessed “gay” who had a hard time in rural Ireland when he was growing up. He certainly wouldn’t find it difficult now. He would probably find out that about 90% of the village had the same inclinations.

    I had the same thoughts as yourself when I heard it on RTE radio. Mind you, he did it for the good of his party. Such an honourable gentleman, resigning to cover up for the sins of another.

    I mean, if he was really gay surely he would be running around with a big smile on his face making everyone laugh.

    It’s not so long ago that Kenny was threatening to bring in legislation to force priests to reveal what was confided to them in the confessional, now the shoe is on the other foot.

    As my mother, God rest her, used to say, six days is not seven.

    December 4, 2015 at 1:52 am
    • catholicconvert1

      ‘He would probably find out that about 90% of the village had the same inclinations’.

      Don’t be silly.

      December 4, 2015 at 8:56 pm
      • Frankier


        Don’t you be so serious, or silly.

        I only made that remark with tongue in cheek.

        In reality there would only be about 80% of the village with those inclinations. 😛

        Lighten up son. Life’s not nearly as bad as you portray it so please allow a wee bit of light into your world.

        December 4, 2015 at 11:52 pm
  • crofterlady

    This is simply too sad to contemplate. I couldn’t bring myself to look at the images on Lifesite News.

    December 4, 2015 at 3:44 pm
  • catholicconvert1

    This horrific incident is sick beyond belief. My heart truly grieves for Our Lord and His Sorrowful Mother, and we must, as faithful Catholics, offer up prayer, penance and mortification in order to help Our Lord carry the crosses with which he is crucified afresh each day, and to appease the Divine fury for the godlessness and reprobate sense of men.

    I’m not being holier than thou, as I am a wicked sinner, and I love Our Lord, even though I don’t show it sometimes, but this is just evil, and we must pray for this poor blind man.

    December 4, 2015 at 8:55 pm
    • Helen

      CC, can Jesus really be crucified afresh again and again? I’m only asking and I await the answer in angst?

      December 5, 2015 at 6:31 pm
  • Andrew Paterson

    Have we all beome completely supine? Can Catholics not [take action] in Spain?

    Ed: we have enemies galore who read this blog and at the least hint of anyone advocating “violence” – albeit with humour and not intended as a serious threat – they’re off on the rampage, telling us how evil we are – oops, not you, moi – for permitting this aggression and threatening behaviour… 😀 Truly, you couldn’t make it up. Hence I’ve removed what I’m sure was intended as a light-heartened remark.

    December 4, 2015 at 9:01 pm
    • Andrew Paterson

      Well, you may kindly call it humour and I thank you for it. But surely the bells should be ringing loud and clear? The Christian West is being assailed from within and without and there is no response. Our prayer factories are reduced in number as are those living the devout life.There are few strong men laying it on the line, Viktor Orban and Beata Szydło may be exceptions.
      Mealie-mouthed conciliation will not do.

      December 5, 2015 at 11:07 am
      • Margaret Mary

        Andrew Paterson,

        Was Jesus being mealie-mouthed when he told Peter to put his sword away after he cut off the soldier’s ear? Jesus healed the man’s ear. Just because people don’t think we should rush into bombing campaigns doesn’t make us mealie-mouthed or weak.

        December 5, 2015 at 3:49 pm
      • Andrew Paterson

        You mistake me. I think that the idea of bombing Syria is pointless and futile. stronger action is needed. the difficulty is that the Uk is on the wrong side. Strong men are not always loveable. Tito, Hussein, Gaddafi, Assad have held their countries together and prevented out and out tribal bloodshed and civil war. We fomented civil war in Egypt, Libya and Syria as well as visiting wholesale death and destruction on Iraq. We also squandered money and lives in Afghanistan when our history there should have warned us to keep out.
        Contrary to the views of the Prime Minister I do not believe that one can distinguish between a muslim and a jihadist, nor should we try. They are all the problem. For example, have you tried to buy meat that is not halal, that is meat that has not been offered to allah as a sacrifice? Is that how you think Christian children should be fed? I do not. I realise that halal meat may be small beer compared to the butchery of Christians in the ME or the fact that Christians were thrown out of the boats crossing the Med, but it is all part of the plan.

        December 5, 2015 at 8:45 pm
  • Frankier


    There is more support from the Catholic Church for the present refugees who have now resorted to battering their ways into various countries than there was for the original victims, the Christian communities, when they were forced to head for the mountains in the hope of being picked up by helicopters.

    Even Farage was accused of being discriminatory when he asked that the Christians should be accepted by Britain.

    As for prayers being said, there is too much of a rabble going on in most churches nowadays for anyone to have silent recollection and prayer.

    It only takes ten seconds to say a Hail Mary. Even if priests asked their Mass attenders to say one Hail Mary for the conversion of Russia it would maybe help a wee bit.

    Mind you, you would need to convince everyone beforehand, including the clergy, that it has still to be done.

    December 5, 2015 at 1:37 pm
  • Margaret Mary

    It would be good if priests would ask their congregations to also write to the pope to ask for the consecration of Russia but if they’re anything like Pope Benedict, they won’t believe it will work. He said, I read it on this blog, that he thought it was too simplistic to think a consecration prayer would result in world peace.

    December 5, 2015 at 3:44 pm
    • Theresa Rose

      Margaret Mary

      I agree with you with what you say in your post. No matter that Pope Benedict thought it too simplistic to think a consecration prayer would result in world peace.
      No matter the opposition to the consecration of Russia, we know it will be done.
      I’d rather it be sooner than later. But, Our lady said it would be late. And of course don’t forget the opposition to such a consecration especially by Cardinals and Bishops of the Catholic Church, never mind who else.

      This is what Father Gruner said about the consecration of Russia.


      And as to the appalling sacrilege upon 242 Consecrated Hosts – Oh what hatred there is against God. I found this link about how a Consecrated Host was accidently dropped during Mass. After Mass ended a father took his son to down to the front of the church to see how carefully it was dealt with.

      http://www.cfnews.org/page10/page 79/day_the_host_dropped.html

      December 5, 2015 at 5:52 pm
      • RCA Victor

        I know we’re not supposed to pay much attention to dreams, but speaking of the Consecration, I had a strange one this morning. I dreamt I was at a meeting of bishops taking place in a large ornate Italianate room with white walls, sitting at the back of the room, observing. At the end of the meeting, a small group of these bishops, about a dozen, gathered at the back of the room. They were all wearing white cassocks with black capes over them, open in the front (i.e. not the usual bishops’ garb). An older Italian-looking bishop, with gray hair combed straight back, then performed the consecration of Russia with this small group, and they were all supposed to keep it secret. After they left the room, I turned to a nun standing next to me and said, “That’s still not what Our Lady requested!” She was rather perturbed at my remark.

        December 6, 2015 at 12:54 am
      • Athanasius

        RCA Victor,

        What I think happened in that dream was a piecing together of various fragmented memories concerning the recent Synod, previous flawed Papal consecrations and possibly that part of the Third Secret that speaks of “a Bishop in white”. I could be wrong, but that’s what it sounds like to me. It’s amazing how our minds can bring so many random memories together to form an apparently coherent dream.

        December 6, 2015 at 1:22 am
      • RCA Victor

        Thank you, Athanasius. I think I’ll file this one under “post-Conciliar melange.” Or, a bit of undigested haggis….

        December 6, 2015 at 2:41 am
  • Theresa Rose

    I seem to be having problems to paste the second link: Hope it works now.


    December 5, 2015 at 6:05 pm
  • spudeater

    What this impious malefactor has done is at one extreme end of a whole spectrum of offences/insolent acts committed against Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, from desultory or non-existent genuflections, cursory head bows, talking in church, altar rail disuse, Communion in the hand, lack of thanksgiving after Mass – the list is shamefully long. It’s almost as if the cumulative effect of probably millions of ‘minor’ transgressions has helped create the malign conditions whereby the execrable imaginings of this black-heart can become reality. That he hasn’t already met the same fate as the prophets of Baal is ample proof (not that it’s needed) of the deep truths contained in the Book of Isaiah: For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts above your thoughts (55:9).

    It would be interesting to know the size of the crowd who protested outside the town hall (probably quite small). Perhaps a reciprocal armada (this time with purely spiritual motives) is required to bring what little is left of Catholic Spain back to its senses. And to think also that the Basque country is one of the few regions in Spain with even a residual Catholic ethos. Doesn’t say much for the rest of that country.

    As the piece says ‘the guilt for this crime falls on the city of Pamplona itself’. St. Ignatius Loyola, were he alive, certainly wouldn’t be in any hurry to dust off his armour and defend the city anew if it was to be besieged in our time, that’s for sure.

    December 5, 2015 at 9:30 pm
  • Athanasius

    There is no question in my mind that this Spanish man is under a demonic influence. His so-called “art” display is straight from Hell, it is so clear. But let us not underestimate the responsibility of the bishops of the Church who permit Communion in the hand. If it were not for their embracing and promoting of this illicit practice (see Paul VI’ Memoriale Domini), the devils wouldn’t have such easy access to the Holy of Holies.

    And it’s not just the outrightly wicked who are facilitated in their evil actions courtesy of our neglectful bishops. There are also many other kinds of Eucharistic sacrilege associated with Communion in the hand, such as children putting the Blessed Sacrament in their pockets and Sacred Hosts being discarded under pews or in the street. This is what happens when youngsters grow up in the company of supernaturally indifferent parents and clergy.

    I did some research on this a while back for an article I wrote for the SCO and the number and variation of Eucharistic sacrileges around the world is staggering. I still find it hard to grasp that any Catholic prelate, priest or lay person could participate in so abusive and irreverent a practice. What has become of their sense of reverence towards the Eucharistic presence of the Lord? What presumption on their part to think themselves worthy not only to stand in Our Saviour’s Eucharistic Presence, but also to dare to lay hands on Him. Isn’t this precisely the disrespectful, irreverent treatment He received from those proud enemies who crucified Him? It would do them well to read the Gospels again to rediscover how true believers behaved in the Presence of Our Lord.

    Tragically, with some bishops now keen to now admit the divorced and remarried to Holy Communion, not to mention those living in other sinful unions and practices, I think it fair to state that our Spanish artist is not the only soul possessed of a spirit which is not of God!

    December 5, 2015 at 9:38 pm
  • Lily

    That’s a completely shocking sacrilege and the bishops of Spain must do something about it, if they are to have any respect from the faithful. It’s about the worst I’ve ever heard of.

    The artist is for sure possessed. No normal person would go through that, collecting that number of Blessed Sacraments and using them in that evil way. God forgive him.

    December 5, 2015 at 11:20 pm
  • A Glaysher

    Ancona as a practicing homosexual has deliberately and knowingly committed sacrilege. It is his pathetic attempt to punish the Church for not allowing him freedom to express his predilection for his own gender. This poor suffering soul no matter how much he hates God is still loved by Him. However not all will be as loving or as forgiving as God or His Church. What a shame the ‘inquisition’ is not still around as he would be swiftly consumed by the flames of an auto de fe. Of course the mercy of the church would offer him the opportunity of ‘repentance’ in his sign of kissing the crucifix before his demise. Hence his tortyred soul would at last find solace in the everlasting mercy of God. Or, if not…..sometimes I wonder whether all the ‘extremists’ of IS are always wrong. They do not want the total moral breakdown of society as we are now experiencing. Just a little thought.

    December 10, 2015 at 10:53 pm

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