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Archbishop Scicluna Disassociates Malta’s Church From Norman Lowell-Loving Priest

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The Archbishop of Malta has officially disassociated the Catholic Church from a Maltese priest who has praised Imperium Ewropa leader Norman Lowell and railed against everything from the ‘Judaic economy’ to foreigners coming to Malta and even Catholic liberals.

“The Church dissociates itself from views expressed by Fr David Muscat. Ideologies that sow hatred and discrimination on the basis of race or culture are contrary to the teachings of the Catholic Church,” Archbishop Charles J Scicluna said in a tweet today.

His message comes after a video showing Dr David Muscat praising and supporting various controversial ideologies during a birthday party for Normal Lowell.

Fr Muscat was filmed during an Imperium Ewropa event celebrating Norman Lowell’s birthday on the 29th of July

During the event, the Mosta priest noted that the 29th of July was an important date for him – it’s the day the statue of St Mary is taken out of its niche. However, Muscat proudly said that for the first time in 20 years, he had chosen to miss this moment, just to be at the event and celebrate Lowell’s life.

He went on to praise Lowell, saying that even though he might seem one way to most people, Lowell’s ‘substance’ proved to be different.

“Today I feel that Norman, with all his good and bad points, has sown a seed in the hearts of people that will bear fruit later,” Muscat said. “Of those 10,000 votes, 6,000 were not inherited by other parties, which means these people believe so much in this ideal that they don’t want anything to do with other parties. And that annoys these parties,” he said, referring to the April elections results.

He went on to say that Maltese people had become “foreigners in his own home” asking: who was speaking about these issues?

“No-one. Because everyone wants the foreigner, for money,” Muscat said.

He also lamented segments of what he sees as a liberal church, going on to condemn a bishop who had recently used the story of St Paul coming to Malta as a parable for allowing foreigners to come to Malta.

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