Friday, 13 November 2015

Sodomitical heretic Dominican Adriano Oliva

Further to the article below, on December 14, 2015, five young Dominicans rebuked this malefactor. I thank a reader for bringing it to my attention.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/five-dominicans-shred-fellow-order-members-claim-that-aquinas-endorses-homo

Five Dominicans shred fellow Order member’s claim that Aquinas endorses ‘homosexual love’


December 14, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – Five Dominicans, four friars and one sister, have jointly published a short but sharp refutation of the thesis of another son of Saint Dominic, Fr Adriano Oliva, who has published a book claiming that homosexual love justifies homosexual acts even though plain sodomy is still a grave sin. His sophistry is put bare by Fr. Bernhard Blankenhorn, Sr. Catherine Joseph Droste and Fr. Efrem Jindráček, all of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (the “Angelicum” in Rome) and Fr. Dominic Legge and Fr. Thomas Joseph White of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. Their text was published on Friday by First Things.



The Order of Preachers has long since ceased to be Catholic. Any man who remains a priest in this rotten Order of Perverts is a fool.  



Prominent Dominican publishes book claiming Thomas Aquinas said homosexuality is ‘natural’
Analysis
Nov. 12, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - A Dominican friar, Fr. Adriano Oliva, has celebrated the 800th anniversary of his religious order with a book about “the Church, the divorced and remarried, and homosexual couples.”
Image result for Fr. Adriano OlivaAmours (“Loves”) is a study of St Thomas Aquinas’ definition of love and aims to show that the “Angelic Doctor” recognized the “natural” character of homosexuality. In the wake of the Synod on the family, Oliva pleads for new ways of welcoming divorced and remarried and homosexual couples into the Church and of recognizing their unions in civil law.
His editor, the “editions du Cerf” publishing house, is the historic Dominican editor in France, founded at the request of Pope Pius XI in 1929. It still functions under religious supervision.
Fr. Oliva's subjectivist distortion – one might even say prostitution – of St Thomas’ teachings cannot be set aside as the very marginal ravings of an isolated individual. Fr Oliva is a prominent representative of the religious Order of Preachers – and teachers. 
“The highest of friendships: this is how St Thomas Aquinas calls the unique, faithful and gratuitous love between two spouses who give themselves to each other in consecrated union, as a sacramental sign of the love of Christ for the Church, His spouse. Should couples who are divorced and remarried, who live out their union in a responsible manner, be banned from this friendship? Could it be that homosexual persons, who live as a couple with responsibility, be banned?” reads the text accompanying the book on the Cerf’s web-shop.
It goes on: “Does a theological assessment of the ‘naturality’ of the homosexual inclination, which St Thomas recognizes, not open the doors to new ways of welcoming same-sex couples within the Church? The anthropology of ‘naturality’ then demands that civil rights be accorded to such couples in national legislations.”

8 comments:

Ana Milan said...

These sodomite priests suddenly appearing out of their closets definitely goes back to the relaxation of rules for acceptance to the priesthood & religious life which Vatican II set in motion. Prior to that Council they had been strenuous in rooting out such characters. Not only have they given us the child abuse scandal but now they want to normalise their condition within the CC which would change God's Commandments and profane the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass & Holy Communion. They are really hell bent on destroying the One Holy Catholic & Apostolic Church and putting Masonic Liberalism in its place. Is there no-one in authority who is not part of this set-up?

Maudie N Mandeville said...

What seminary didn't know this guy was homosexual?

Alex A. Biral said...

Isn't there any especially good Dominican community? Since they have given us such great saints, I would have hoped there was some good, loyal Dominican monastery (or province, or however they are divided) out there.

Anonymous said...

To understand the destruction of this once great Order, see following video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm9mchnu0Vc

Eirene said...

Disgusting!

Anonymous said...

Alex, there are at least two good, orthodox communities of Dominican women thriving in the US. The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia in Nashville, TN and the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, MI.

Anonymous said...

"The Order of Preachers has long since ceased to be Catholic. Any man who remains a priest in this rotten Order of Perverts is a fool."

Stop slandering a whole order. Every order and section of the Church will have quacks. For your information, this generation of priests that are coming out of seminaries are holy orthodox.

Generally, the Dominicans are orthodox. I see you neglected to post that 5 Dominicans immediately banded together to publish a response to his book.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/five-dominicans-shred-fellow-order-members-claim-that-aquinas-endorses-homo

Vox Cantoris said...

I was unaware of the link condemning this monster. I shall post it.

Yes, the younger seminarians are generally a different breed provided they are not groomed by the old ones or worse.

Have you heard of Claude Poirier, O.P.?