Saint of the Day Quote: Blessed Thomas of Tolentino

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Mohammed was the son of perdition and had his place in Hell with the Devil his father.

The comment by Blessed Thomas of Tolentino, in response to a question as to what he thought of Mohammed, that led to his martyrdom.

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3 Comments

  1. Blessed Thomas is correct today as he was when he said those words.

    Islam is, at best a seventh century heresy and in practice is far worse.

    It is sad that Blessed Thomas did not have the Winged Hussars or Charles Martel to back him up.

  2. Islamophobic is thrown around to hush people up when we question their beliefs and practices. Mohammad married a pre-pubescent girl. Blessed Thomas reminds us where Mohammad’s final place rests and why.

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