Taqiyya at the St. Ann Catholic Church in Arlington

A reader in Northern Virginian, the Wretched Hive of Scum and Villainy, just sent us this note about an event everyone in NoVa should be aware of:

On Monday, October 17th, there will be a pro-Islamic ‘Refugee’ presentation in Arlington, VA from 7-9 PM. The location is:

St. Ann Roman Catholic Church Hall
5300 N. 10th St.
Arlington, VA 22205

Please get this news out so that truth-tellers can descend upon them in droves. The keynote speakers will be Anastasia Brown, director of Refugee Services, HHS, and Patricia S. Maloof, program director, migration and refugee services, Arlington Catholic Charities.

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The church is just off I66, close to where George Mason crosses. I know the area fairly well. Just down Glebe Road from there is the Buckingham neighborhood, which is one of the most heavily culturally enriched areas in the USA. When I lived up there forty years ago it was mostly black and working-class whites, with some Mexicans mixed in. The last time I went down Glebe Road it seemed to be largely Arab/Afghan, with halal food markets, Arabic script on the signs, hijabs everywhere, etc. But I assume there are still some Salvadorans, Hondurans, and Guatemalans around, since the St. Ann church advertises Spanish-language masses and events.

I didn’t see any presentation on refugees listed in the upcoming events calendar on the church website. If anyone has definite information that this event will not occur at that place on that date, please let me know, and I’ll post an update and take down the notice.

Update: An alert commenter named Bob found a listing of Monday’s event in this PDF document at the St. Ann website.

8 thoughts on “Taqiyya at the St. Ann Catholic Church in Arlington

  1. The Catholic church with the Pope at the wheel repositioning themselves to new customers. As the old crowd fades away thanks to child molestation cases now turn to new masses which will be loyal, fanatic and love child molestation as it built into their cult. This is how hobby and work meets for them.

  2. The event is listed in their current parish bulletin on page 5, available here:

    Full text below:

    Refugee Resettlement in the U.S. –
    With Anastasia Brown and Patricia Maloof
    Do you have questions about the need and process for
    resettling refugees in the United States? St. Ann Adult
    Religious Enrichment Committee is hosting a presentation by
    two experts in the field. On Monday, October 17, 2016, a
    program focusing on Refugee Resettlement
    in the U.S.: A National and Local
    Humanitarian Response will be held
    in the St. Ann Parish Hall from 7:30 to
    9:00 p.m. We are very fortunate that
    such knowledgeable persons have
    accepted our invitation to speak at St.
    Ann. Anastasia Brown currently serves
    as Director of the Division of Refugee Services in the U.S.
    Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee
    Resettlement. Prior to this position, she served for many years
    as the Director of Refugee Resettlement for the U.S.
    Conference of Catholic Bishops. Patricia S. Maloof is the
    current Program Director of Migration and Refugee Services of
    Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington and has previous
    experience at the national level with resettling refugees and
    other legal immigrants.
    We hope many of you will come and participate in this very
    timely program.

  3. Of course you know what Jesus had to say to the last days Laedocian churchand I agree with Him, it’s downright nauseating.

  4. If I were to attend I would print a sign that said:

    Refugee resettlement is a multi billion dollar industry.
    You are only in it to make money.
    Shame on you.

  5. Incredible! The USCCB(USConferenceofCatholicBishops) has already received over $200mil from the govt for RRS etc. They have a huge conflict of interest here. Telling Catholics to support immigration and open their arms to migrants, refugees, Muslims, while they are making money off it!
    Go here:
    Then look at Refugee Resettlement Watch where Ann Corcoran does an excellent job.
    What is going on in unbelievable.
    Soon you will be asked to take Muslims into your house and church.
    That church in Normandy where Fr Hamel was killed did a lot of welcoming and accommodating their new muslim neighbors. They let them use the church hall for Ramadan and other facilities. The sisters gave reading lessons to the Muslim kids. Fr Hamel had publicly called on communities to live together and accept one another. The Catholics made so many efforts to ‘reach out’. Fr Hamel had facilitated the giving (not selling!) of land beside the church to Muslims to build a mosque.

  6. A warning from an European from Vienna, Austria (were we have the second most asylum seekers and refugees next to Sweden).

    Don`t do it!
    Dont take any Muslim (!) refugee from Syria or any other predominantly Islamic country in.
    Besides any dangers and costs for yourself and your children in the near and distant future – there are plenty of Muslims countries these people can turn to, some of them even are the wealthiest nations of the world.

  7. I sincerely hope many readers of this site attend & ask very pointed questions of the presenters, and also please live stream and or upload a recording of the event. Place yourselves strategically so that not everyone gets kicked out and we get several clips with different perspectives. Good luck!!

  8. I was never too thrilled with the Catholics, and now I understand why. They have taken liberalism to the extent that they are literally fighting for their own worst enemy. Have they forgotten about that priest that had his throat slashed http://www.reuters.com/article/us-france-hostages-idUSKCN1060VA, the rape of Christian children, or all of the bombings? In this country, Catholic Charities are at least partially responsible for the flood of Muslim invaders here, and I’m beginning to think it may be more important to neutralize the more immediate Catholic threat, than it is the Islamic one, if we are to preserve our way of life in this country.

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