Harry Rea is in prison for not accepting the State can divorce him against his conscience

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The Institute of Family and Marriage are today announcing that Harry Rea, who is a well known and respected champion for Life and Family in Ireland was arrested and taken directly to Cork Prison without a trial last Thursday 11 April 2013 because he steadfastly refuses to agree that the State can force him to accept he is divorced.

As a practicing Catholic and a Deserted Spouse Harry asserts the amendment to the Constitution to allow couples to Divorce was never intended to nor lawfully could allow for practicing Catholics and Deserted Spouses to be divorced against their conscience and will.

This doesn’t suit the Divorce industry as if this knowledge was broadcast widely their only money trail will dry up.

To silence Harry and to frighten other such Spouses they have put him in prison for 3 months – for refusing to accept the decree of Divorce. Harry’s Family Home where he lives and works with his children and grand-daughter is under siege whilst he is prison.

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6 Responses to Harry Rea is in prison for not accepting the State can divorce him against his conscience

  1. diane April 21, 2013 at 10:46 pm

    OK-this is an odd story. May be this points the finger at why marriage is not the good idea it has been made out to be. This just gives the ‘gay marriage’ people something to beat you with. Grow up people!

  2. Deirdre April 22, 2013 at 12:31 am

    When you marry you make vows and promises. The sacrament is made holy and God has given us marriage between a man and women to work together in good times and bad and make commitments to each other. A man and women do this freely. The State has no right to interfere in a Catholic marriage.

    We see how Government break their promises without the slightest blink of an eye. If we cannot keep promises and commitments to each other, husbands and wives, how can our children understand commitments?

    This is the question can you be forced to divorce?

    • Diane Denizen April 22, 2013 at 12:52 am

      Does one man or woman have the Right to force their will on another? This is complex. Why did the spouse want a divorce? I have no idea! We have no full disclosure to the story, so it is hard to comment in a constructive way, however your comment about ‘Catholic Marriage’ does say a lot. If we are to make commitments we have to do this freely, willingly and with full disclosure, if not then there is no agreement and no commitment. I agree with your point about children, my son has struggled with that, he wants to commit to a relationship, but the girls do not-what does that say about this weak society we live in?

  3. ulsterman April 22, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    Harry Rea has a God given right to say NO. H e should now sue the state for trampling on his basic human rights and false imprisonment.

  4. Joe VanTonder April 22, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    How I wish I could see the committal warrant.. See the charge sheet… see the evidence presented … the law under which he is sentenced…

    • Diane April 24, 2013 at 11:08 am

      Indeed, that would make interesting reading, but I suspect that they will be keeping that very quiet!


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