Give Not That Which Is Holy To Dogs: Priest Fr. Olivier Maire Beaten To Death By Muslim Rwandan Refugee Who Also Torched Nantes Cathedral In 2020

Priests and religious orders will be hunted down, and made to die a cruel death. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879) 

Give not that which is holy to dogs; neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest perhaps they trample them under their feet, and turning upon you, they tear you. Mt.vii. 

What happens to priests who give communion to adulterers and non-Catholics? 

They trample the priest under their feet and turning upon the priest they tear him apart. 

Words of warning from Jesus Christ that modern day Priests refuse to heed. 

Here is one more story of another Priest who gave out communion to someone he should not have: 

Priest ‘beaten to death by refugee he welcomed into his community despite being on bail for torching Cathedral’ 

A PRIEST was beaten to death by refugee he welcomed into his community despite being on bail for torching a Cathedral, say investigators. The 40-year-old suspect is said to have confessed to killing 60-year-old Father Olivier Maire in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre, south of Nantes, in western France. “The priest is 60-years-old and had welcomed the suspect into his community after he was released from prison,” said an investigating source. “He was recently placed under judicial control, and went to live in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre. “He said to have carried out the killing on Monday morning, before handing himself into police.” The source added: "Early evidence suggests he beat his victim to death." The suspect, who is from Rwanda, was still awaiting trial for the Nantes Cathedral arson, but was bailed from prison in May, said the investigating source. He was under formal investigation over a blaze in July 2020 that engulfed the inside of the 15th-century cathedral in Nantes, destroying a grand organ, stained-glass windows and a painting. 


Father Olivier, the head of the Montfortian community in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre, had agreed to take the suspect in, giving him food and lodging. The devout Catholic was staying with the Montfortian community, which is made up of missionaries devoted to Saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort. Bail conditions including surrendering his passport, and remaining in France, but he was otherwise free to travel. Following today’s attacked, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin tweeted: “All my support for the Catholics of our country after the dramatic murder of a priest in the Vendée region.” The killing comes four years after the horrifying murder of French Catholic priest Jacques Hamel while celebrating Mass. It was in July 2016 that the 85-year-old was killed in the Church of Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray by two Islamist terrorists swearing allegiance to Isis. A police source in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre said there were ‘no indications of terrorism’ in the latest case. Abayisenga's judicial control conditions had included not being allowed to leave France.  Source