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Saturday, 10 October 2015

The Homosexual Dominicans and their attack on the Holy Catholic Church

The homosexual takeover of the Roman Catholic Church ~ the Homo-Dominicans

"It is heartening to see the wave of support for gay marriages. It shows a society that aspires to an open tolerance of all sorts of people, a desire for us to live together in mutual acceptance.”
Fr. Timothy Radcliffe, O.P.

Thirty years ago, Fr. John O'Connor, O.P. (until he was suspended and expelled from the Dominicans by vicious and hateful homosexuals), rose from being an obscure priest to "notoriety", simply because he began to expose homosexual activity and homosexual propaganda within his order, the Dominicans. O' Connor since has gone to his eternal reward.

Key Homo-Dominicans that O' Connor identified were his persecutor, Fr. Donald J Goergen, O.P., (author of "The Sexual Celibate" - a seminal homosexualist work written in 1974) and Fr. Richard Woods, O.P. (author of "Another Kind of Love" - a major homosexualist work written in 1977). Neither of these two homo-Dominicans were suspended or expelled from the Order. Fr. O' Connor identified "Another Kind of Love" by Woods as an example of notorious promotion of homosexuality.


Woods has had a distinguished career as a university professor. He continues to teach at Loyola University and write. He also blogs, and as we shall see: continues to write openly in favour of homosexuality. He is part of a decades long infiltration into the Church of militant homosexualists and homosexuals who seek to destroy the Church by destroying the priesthood.

Please visit Toronto Catholic Witness for more of Barona's revelation of this scandalous priest.

1 comment:

Maudie N Mandeville said...

One argument that Catholic apologists have used on questions pertaining to the pope, the magisterium and Tradition, is that what Luther started continues to this day, i.e., separation and dissension from one faith, one teaching, one understanding, to the point of having 10,000 Protestant denominations. The question since Vii and becoming ever more dire under Francis as he conspires “to include the excluded” is how many, de facto, ‘denominations’ are there now and will there be after his papacy? How many errant, evil, malformed priests and bishops are there and what is each one sermonizing, writing, Tweeting, blogging and speaking to the gullible ill-formed laity? The Catholic Church may, indeed, have more differing views than the Protestants.