Mar 27, 2013|
Tommy talks to the Archbishop about recent crimes in churches and violence in the city
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I Tommy Tucker seven W first is our friend archbishop Gregory -- joins us right now to talk about the robbery at saint Dominic church in some of the other crime that's been affecting the of the churches and in the Crescent City in the in the metropolitan new -- area at least the morning archbishop -- you do 1 morning -- or talk nice to have -- tell me about. At saint Dominic sturgeon and I'll address I guess the first thing and I thought of an and it's always. I guess people think how can someone does happen in a church you would think god would be protecting the people that are there and thankfully the woman wasn't hurt but not so far. I guess father -- who wasn't seriously hurt it's inclement room. It's -- door in my mind especially with that the number of incidents which have recently I think on an exodus -- he was just. Part of training spending time alone with the lord in this guy comes in and -- for her money -- her purse. For the city was sitting in his office at the church office and down. They broke into the offices and then hit him with a -- or and then wanted to take money out of the city. And sometimes with. That they've been to more actually kind of forgotten about it Chinese Japanese -- Not to just a couple of months ago they broke into the directories and ruled safe out into the streets. And for Michael -- -- whose embassies they stole his room just parked at christmastime. And ended at this kind of crime is it bed. Anywhere but one with sanctions certainly would like Europe execute. You would think that church property was considered sacred it was considered belonging to a secret purpose. That you just wouldn't think -- -- you know people today crime today. It's indiscriminate. People. Who wore six four have been. Embrace this evil spirit that in the you know what I can -- that it hasn't discrimination in the Disco where that would ago. So with a message -- of people I guess -- wanna go to church and do some brain and a middle of the day and I and I guess actually the philosophy as changes fires even. Being able to keep churches open in the middle of the day. Well we're looking at all in the and I think you would be terrible tragedy. Saturday in the archdiocese in between clues are churches -- morning -- can open them again during the day that would be terrible terrible tragedy. We are looking at that you know security cameras at the security. Instruments that can help must protect people. And and I think that we have to say that person. Goes to church during the -- rates. It's better to go with someone war. Two to -- observance. Carefully observe and not to bring in the audience which you would be you know you've -- to bring anything which you just to win by yourself. But you know that the this whole thing that gets down to what are we doing. In family life to teach the values of Jesus we're about getting back to -- to the basic principles but god -- Steele about -- -- -- we have really lost sense of brain. Humans in the best work the people. Come to the realization that -- over one deserve whatever I can. That's not the way to go on and then that's what would Jesus talks. Today exploration it's as some when you say you know because go to church over any money with yen and down. That's really is -- ability to think about it you know and go with somebody -- but term but I guess is good to bring somebody else church into wrongdoing that thank you sir have a good oh -- would -- to a man. And a happy Easter. --