The Catholic Church of St. Sabina in Chicago hosted Farrakhan Thursday, just a week after being among several leaders excluded from Facebook for "hatred and violence".
The pastor of the church, Rev. Michael Pfleger, said he has known Farrakhan for 30 years and invited the controversial leader because he disapproved of Facebook's decision. Despite the ban, the speech was transmitted live on the Facebook page of St. Sabina.
"Without consulting me, Father Michael Keeper invited Minister Louis Farrakhan to speak in St. Sabina Church in response to Facebook's decision to banish him from his platforms," Cupich said Friday night.
"Minister Farrakhan could have used the opportunity to convey a unified message of God's love to all of his children, instead repeatedly staining the Jewish people with a combination of discriminatory rhetoric and open defamation," Cupich continued.
Farrakhan made several anti-Semitic statements during his speech in which he accused Jewry of promoting pedophilia and said that Jews do not like him because he "exposes their hatred of Jesus". He also said that he had a divine mission "to separate the good Jews from the satanic Jews."
"Such statements shock the conscience," said Cupich. "People of faith are called to live as a sign of God's love for the whole human family and not to demonize any of their members."
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Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, said Friday it was "deeply disappointing that (Farrakhan) has been given a platform in a church where he could spit out his hateful vitriol."
Louis Farrakhan defended himself against the claims of anti-Semitism and reiterated anti-Jewish hatred. He commented on Farrakhan last night: A tropical litany on how "Satanic Jews" corrupt society with immoral acts and Jewish writings "Promoting pedophilia," Greenblatt said.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center asked the Archdiocese of Chicago to remove caretakers.
"Why is it that (Farrakhan) was invited to use a prominent Catholic church to denounce 'Satanic Jews' from the pulpit," said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, director of the Center for Social Act.
"It is up to the leaders of the Catholic Church to remove their prominent priest from his sacred post," Cooper continued. He has decided to channel the hatred of the Jews, which every pope of Pope John XXII. Until Pope Francis has condemned as antithetical to Christianity. Caregiver kissed Farrakhan after his speech, calling him "his brother" and praying for the nation's leader, even after Farrakhan had made several anti-Semitic statements on Thursday night.
Farrakhan pointed to his mouth and said, "That's it it's what they fear. I have no army. I only know the truth. And I am here to separate the good Jews from the satanic Jews.
The Nation of Islam billed Farrakhan's speech in response to "public outrage at the unprecedented and unjustified lifelong ban."
But St. Sabina The invitation to Farrakhan was sharply criticized by the Holocaust Museum in Illinois. The organization criticized the church and said the speech was a "platform for bigotry."
"This is a speech-free affair," Nurse told CNN disagreeing with anything Minister Farrakhan said I'm with no one in Everything agrees, but we are in a dangerous time when we can no longer engage in dialogue without demonizing each other. "
Before the speech, Nurse said, Farrakhan" was a bold voice against the injustice against which one Black people in this country and his voice have earned it and must be heard. "
The Anti-Defamation League refers to Farr Akhan, who has led the Nation of Islam since 1977, is "perhaps the most popular anti-Semite in America."  "Farrakhan has claimed that the Jewish people were responsible for the slave trade and conspired to control the government, the media and Hollywood and various black individuals and organizations," says the ADL.
Carer, who has long collaborated with African-American leaders in Chicago, said Farrakhan and the nation of Islam become one Respected place for their anti-violence and anti-drug campaigns.
"No one has done more to save the lives of young black men and repent of life than the nation of Islam, and his respect for the African American community has been consistent."
However, the nurse said that Receiving mails and phone calls criticizing him for hosting Farrakhan and threatening to withdraw donations to the church and its programs.
"If you had heard and seen the stuff that was sent to me and spoken to me last week," he said, "I was shocked – and I got a lot of hate in my life, people told me that they will destroy me. "