Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Sodomites in the priesthood - more lives destroyed, more disgrace upon the Church

Homosexuals. Sodomites. Sexual predators. Monsters. Evil bishops who protected them. Evil disgusting so-called men who defiled their own selves, defiled the Church, destroyed the lives of boys. Homosexuals. Sodomites. They entered the priesthood. They committed grievous sins and crimes against innocents. They were aided and abetted by bishops and they deserve Hell.

Joseph Adamec, how do you sleep at night?


Grand Jury: Hundreds Of Children Sexually Abused By Priests In Altoona-Johnstown Diocese

Tue, Mar 01, 2016
Jurors issue report that details cover-up taking place over decades
ALTOONA — A statewide investigating grand jury has determined that hundreds of children were sexually abused over a period of at least 40 years by priests or religious leaders assigned to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane's office announced today.

The widespread abuse involved at least 50 priests or religious leaders. Evidence and testimony reviewed by the grand jury also revealed a troubling history of superiors within the Diocese taking action to conceal the child abuse as part of an effort to protect the institution's image. The grand jury, in a 147-page report made public today, stressed this conduct endangered thousands of children and allowed proven child predators to abuse additional victims. "
The heinous crimes these children endured are absolutely unconscionable," said Kane, who addressed the media this morning at a news conference at the Blair County Convention Center. "These predators desecrated a sacred trust and preyed upon their victims in the very places where they should have felt most safe. "
Just as troubling is the cover-up perpetrated by clergy leaders that allowed this abuse to continue for decades," Kane added. "They failed in our society's most important task of protecting our children."


More here.






25 comments:

Ana Milan said...

Yet you get Canon Lawyers & Traditional Catholic writers & posters who keep saying that these criminals & their enablers are not heretical enough to be denounced & defrocked. They must have excommunicated themselves years ago from the Church but still have attained high office within her. It is just illogical how these prelates are supported by Canon Law in their deviancy. Something has to be done about this - a new canon brought in to deal with the situation, but none of our more Traditional prelates have made a move to do so. Even if they would be shouted down at least it would really get public attention which could lead to pressure being brought on the CDF/PF to rein in bad Bishops & Cardinals who have brought such derogation & suffering to the Church as a whole & victims in particular.

Peter Lamb said...

It's not by accident. See:

https://www.truerestoration.org/season-iii-true-restoration-flagship-xxxvii-confessions-of-a-novus-ordo-seminarian/

Ana Milan said...

I have read your link - it is a sedevacantist site - but it offers no way forward. They cannot say how to remove a heretical pope & hierarchy but just keep saying they are not Catholic. As they have amply demonstrated that, the key question is how to pressure PF to resign and fill the vacancy with a true apostolic successor. Maybe, through a miracle, it will come about via the SSPX or other traditional priestly order but it still leaves us with the huge problem of how to rid ourselves of the diabolical influence of this papacy & hierarchy before the whole CC implodes.

Guest said...

As I've said before, the only way the crisis in the Church will be resolved is when 1) the Holy Father reveals the Third Secret of Fatima, I.e. the exact words of Our Lady which follow: "In Portugal, the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved...", and 2) when the Holy Father orders and makes in union with all the bishops of the world the Collegial Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Re the scandal: What has not been said is that the priests who perpetrated these acts committed sacrilege. They are consecrated to the service of God. Therefore, anything that defiles them is ipso facto sacrilegious.
Remember the high standard that God had for the Levitical priesthood. (Cf. Leviticus and Deuteronomy). Since the Catholic priesthood is a participation in the one and eternal priesthood of Christ, the Catholic priest is held to a higher standard than the Levitical priesthood, which was abolished when Our Lord died on the Cross.


There will be a heavy price to pay on Judgement Day.

P.S. If I remember right, wasn't Cardinal Wuerl Bishop there before he came to D.C.?



Mark Thomas said...

More than a few sodomites are present within the priesthood. I believe that their presence is among the reasons as to why fierce resistance to the TLM exists among more than a few priests of the Latin Church.

A masculine ethos to a high degree is present in the Traditional Roman Mass. The Novus Ordo, most certainly when altar girls, female readers and EMs are present, is far more feminized than the TLM. For the priests in question, a Mass that exudes authentic masculinity is a turnoff.

Although such priests prefer males, the masculinity associated with the TLM is holy and sober. The TLM and it's attendant practices compel the priest to conduct himself, if you will, in regimented, manly fashion. A masculine sobriety fills and flows from the Sanctuary during a TLM.

Again, the TLM conveys the proper sense in which a true man conducts himself. That even applies to how a real man treats a woman. Example: The TLM, in line with ancient Holy Tradition, exhorts women to wear head coverings during Mass. That calls to mind the God-given role in life that is proper in life to women and, for that matter, to men. (The Church veils things most sacred.)

The TLM conveys the roles in life proper to males and females. The TLM is so monumental that from that Mass flows the proper understanding as to what it means to be a real man and woman.

A priest who has turned his mind and heart over to sodomy is not interested in true manhood. He is not keen to practice true masculinity. His understanding of holy and proper human sexuality, as conveyed by the TLM, is not of interest to him. That is why it's understandable as to why he would despise the TLM.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Vox, if I may offer the following in regard to my previous post...

I have read for years arguments that "homosexual liturgical revolutionaries were the driving force behind the demolition of the Roman Rite of the Mass." There are Catholics who will dismiss the argument that links homosexuals to the destruction of the Roman Rite. Fine.

But I think of such cases as the following: I won't use his name as I am not here to run him into the ground. I offer simply the example of a prominent Churchman who played a key role in the liturgical reform. He even exhorted in person Pope Blessed Paul VI to promulgate the Novus Ordo. Many years later, the homosexual nature of the Churchman in question was revealed publicly.

I don't doubt the link between sodomy and contempt for the TLM. I don't mean that sodomy is the lone reason as to why the TLM was swept aside and continues to be despised by many bishops and priests. But I believe that there is a link between sodomy and the decades-long attack on the TLM.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Ana, Did you listen to this young man's story? It is truly unbelievable! Imagine that psychologist nun screening out the straight men and the seminary only accepting the queers. Truly diabolical! They promote pederasty - huge scandal - people leave the church in disgust - mission accomplished - destruction of the church from within, just as Our Lady forewarned - the satanic judeo-masonic strategy in action. That's what I meant by "It's no accident".
With regard to your mention of sedevacantism:
We sedes know with Catholic certainty that Bergoglio is not Pope formaliter and that the NWO church is not the Catholic Church. So, in a certain sense, it doesn't mean a row of beans whether Bergoglio goes, or stays - his comings, or goings have no more to do with the Catholic Church than those of the chief Rabbi, or head Presbyterian
do. please note, I only meant that in a very narrow ecclesiological sense. We are fully aware of the incalculable harm he and his henchmen are doing in leading innocent, trusting, ignorant souls astray. That is why we fight his evil with all our might. Bergoglio is only the current cog in a long established masonic strategy to invade and destroy the Catholic Church. His conciliar predecessors were just as evil as he is and when he goes, he will be followed by another mason. Their power is so great, they have the conciliar church and the world by the throat. All the Catholic prelates are long gone. They have died, retired, been sidelined, submitted, or by any means rendered powerless and ineffective. I have read that if a single Cardinal were to stand up, in canon law he could force a new conclave. Getting rid of Bergoglio would be easy if there was a Cardinal who wanted to do so. Just how that would work, or how canon law would apply, I don't know. What we do know, because Our Lady has told us so, is that things are going to get worse and worse, until it will appear that the Faith is destroyed and the Church crucified. Then will come Divine Intervention, the resurrection of the Church in all her glory with a true Pope and the triumph of the Immaculate Heart. Fatima was ignored, Our Lord's hand is not being held back. We are being punished for our sins, but it will not last forever. Our Lord is in control. Please understand that sedevacantism means nothing other than Catholicism, pure and unadulterated, as practised through the ages, without Vatican II and it's masonic consequences. It's just the Faith we love without the heresies and novelties.

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Mark Thomas, You refer to Annibale Bugnini who slapped off the NWO mass in two weeks. No harm in calling a spade a shovel where that masonic miscreant is concerned. Do you know that "blessed" "pope" Paul VI was also a registered mason and sodomite? See Fr. Luigi Villa's expose.

Mark Thomas said...

Dear Peter Lamb, Monsignor Bugnini is not the person in question. As to the old and claim that Pope Blessed Paul VI was a "sodomite", I offer the following:

On Sunday, April 4, 1976 A.D., the Associated Press (AP) reported on the accusations in question against Pope Blessed Paul VI.

The AP said..."Pope Paul VI declared Sunday that accusations that he is homosexual are 'horrible and slanderous insinuations.'"

"The charges were made by French author Roger Peyrefitte, a self-proclaimed homosexual, in a 3,000-word article printed by the Italian weekly magazine 'Tempo' ".

The AP said that Pope Blessed Paul VI addressed a crowd of "about 20,000" assembled at Saint Peter's Square.

Pope Blessed Paul VI said that "We know that our Cardinal Vicar and the Italian Bishops Conference have urged you to pray for Our humble person, who has been made the target of scorn and horrible and slanderous insinuations by a certain press lacking dutiful regard for honesty and truth. We thank you all for these demonstrations of faithful piety and moral responsibility."

The AP reported that the crowd in Saint Peter's Square "applauded and cheered" Pope Blessed Paul VI.

The AP also reported that following Pope Blessed Paul VI's remarks, special prayers for the Pope were offered in all Catholic churches throughout Italy. Priests also offered sermons "to defend the Pope against Peyrefitte's allegations." Catholics throughout Italy joined that day "in prayers of special consolation" for Pope Blessed Paul VI.
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I repeat the 1976 A.D. actions of my brothers and sisters in the Faith in that I stand with them now to reject the "horrible and slanderous" accusations leveled against Pope Blessed Paul VI by sodomite Roger Peyrefitte. I accept the word of Pope Blessed Paul VI, who denied Roger Peyrefitte's vicious claims in question.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Roger Peyrefitte was a sodomite who trafficked in filthy homoerotic literature. He claimed that Pope Blessed Paul VI was a sodomite. Peyrefitte was known for such filth as he had also attacked Pope Venerable Pius XII.

Peyrefitte had written a book in which he portrayed Pope Venerable Pius XII as a sodomite. In 1958 A.D., Peyrefitte was expelled from Italy for having issued a written attack against Pope Venerable Pius XII.

I guess that there are people who believe filthy claims issued by Roger Peyrefitte.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Mark, I had not heard of Roger Peyrefitte before. There are many who have testified to Paul VI's homosexuality. Hugh Montgomery, a lover of one of the Cambridge 5 (British Soviet spies) has stated that he was Montini's lover while he was posted at the Vatican. The police in Milan picked Paul the Sick up at night, dressed in civilian clothes, for soliciting male prostitutes. Vatican Security said that his boyfriend, Paul, an actor, had free access to the Papal Apartments at night. In 1993 the Abbey de Nantes referred to him as an "avowed homosexual" while objecting to his proposed canonisation by JP II. Montini placed homos in positions of power and got rid of straight prelates by mandatory retirement. Two generations of straight young men were barred from the Prieshood - read "Good-bye Good Men" by Michael S. Rose.
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeEkSJukLaw
In my opinion, the prime source for information on Montini's homosexuality is Fr. Luigi Villa. His work, "Paul VI Beatified?" is essential reading for any Catholic trying to understand our current situation. Our Lord told Padre Pio, in a vision, to summon the young Fr. Luigi and then to send him to Pope Pius XII, who mandated Fr. Luigi to ferret out masons in the Vatican. Please read this in its entirety: http://padrepioandchiesaviva.com/
Further information is provided by Randy Engel in her "Rite of Sodomy", which is available on kindle for free.
The newspaper article you quote ( https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2519&dat=19760405&id=6G5eAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mmENAAAAIBAJ&pg=1676,395778&hl=en ) states:
"In the early 1950s, Peyrefitte's book, "Saint Peter's Keys", was seized by police in Italian bookshops on grounds it abused religion.
In 1958 Peyrefitte was expelled from Italy following a written attack against Pope Pius XII." It says nothing about Peyrefitte, or his book attacking,or portraying Pope Pius XII as a sodomite, yet you say his book did so. Have you read the book? Are you able to provide a relevant quote, or reference source to substantiate your statement?

Mark Thomas said...

Peter Lamb said..."Are you able to provide a relevant quote, or reference source to substantiate your statement?"

From the Historical Dictionary of French Literature: Roger Peyrefitte "targeted the Catholic Church with Les clés de Saint Pierre (The Keys of Saint Peter), in which Pope Pius XII is portrayed as homosexual."

https://books.google.com/books?id=Kd6tAAAAQBAJ&pg=PA393&lpg=PA393&dq=historical+dictionary+french+literature+peyrefitte+pius+xii+homosexual&source=bl&ots=bfFEtwXZze&sig=1_GdkUQBzmSRc4D70iKRoQVaDuM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiOzNKOsaXLAhVikYMKHfNnCCIQ6AEIHDAA#v=onepage&q=historical%20dictionary%20french%20literature%20peyrefitte%20pius%20xii%20homosexual&f=false

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Father Thomas Carleton had some things to say about Roger Peyrefitte and the scandal mongering in regard to Pope Blessed Paul VI and homosexuality.

http://www.ourladyswarriors.org

Father Carleton offered that Roger Peyrefitte was "probably the world's most prominent and vocal defender of Pederasty, who had already to his name a virulent work attacking Pope Pius XII."

Father Carleton also noted Peyrefitte's "reputation for trying continually to outdo, even himself, in coming up with scandalous stories."

But Father Carleton also offered the following positive note: "Peyrefitte is said to have died with the Church's last rites; we should be praying for his soul, not continuing his calumnies."

I hope that Roger Peyrefitte indeed had fallen asleep in the Lord. But I am certain, based upon his holiness, that Pope Blessed Paul VI, although hurt undoubtedly by the vile rumors offered about him by Peyrefitte, had forgiven Peyrefitte for having trafficked in scandal.

I am also certain that Pope Venerable Pius XII had forgiven Roger Peyrefitte for having been portrayed as a sodomite in Peyrefitte's book Les Clés de Saint Pierre (The Keys of Saint Peter).

Pax

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Peter Lamb said..."Are you able to provide a relevant quote, or reference source to substantiate your statement?"

Vox permitting, I offer an additional source.

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.altersexualite.com/spip.php%3Farticle539&prev=search

Roger Peyrefitte, The Keys to Saint Peter.

Thursday, November 12, 2009, by Lionel Labosse

"This forgotten novel was famous not so much for its real content that the success of scandal that earned him the controversy of author François Mauriac. He had condemned the book because it gave a homosexual picture of Pius XII."

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Mark, Thanks for your trouble. I note that Peyrefitte PORTRAYED Pope Pius XII as such in one of three NOVELS attacking the Church and not in a real life accusation. Still a pretty scandalous thing to do. I couldn't find Fr. Carleton's remarks on the Warrior site. The "search" link is not working - no matter. I read Lionel Labosse's summary of Peyrefrette's grotty novel, but it adds nothing to the matter in hand. I think we can fairly disregard Peyrefitte's novel. However with regard to Paul VI there is pretty solid evidence. Pax et Bonum. :)

Guest said...

True, "Fatima was ignored", but it has yet to be fulfilled. There MUST be a validly elected Pope who will release the Third Secret of Fatima and who will
order and make in union with all the bishops of the world the Collegial Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Please get True or False Pope by Siscoe and Salza from www.trueorfalsepope.com. You won't regret it.












Mark Thomas said...

Dear Peter Lamb, peace and good health to you and your family. As to the "pretty solid evidence" in regard to Pope Blessed Paul VI, I haven't encountered anything in that regard.

Pope Blessed Paul VI gave his word publicly in rejection of the vile charges in question that had been lodged against him. I am far more inclined to accept his word than the word of this or that person who trafficked in vicious rumors against Pope Blessed Paul VI.

Peter, I am pleased to stand with Pope Blessed Paul VI, my brother in Jesus Christ. I invite you to join me in that regard. I also am pleased to stand with Holy Mother Church. Peter, please consider the following:

From the Catechism of the Catholic Church:

#2477: Respect for the reputation of persons forbids every attitude and word likely to cause them unjust injury. He becomes guilty:

- of rash judgment who, even tacitly, assumes as true, without sufficient foundation, the moral fault of a neighbor;

- of detraction who, without objectively valid reason, discloses another's faults and failings to persons who did not know them;

- of calumny who, by remarks contrary to the truth, harms the reputation of others and gives occasion for false judgments concerning them.

#2479: Detraction and calumny destroy the reputation and honor of one's neighbor. Honor is the social witness given to human dignity, and everyone enjoys a natural right to the honor of his name and reputation and to respect. Thus, detraction and calumny offend against the virtues of justice and charity.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Peter Lamb said..."I couldn't find Fr. Carleton's remarks on the Warrior site. The "search" link is not working - no matter."

I am sorry about that, Peter. Here is the link.

http://www.ourladyswarriors.org/PopePaulVI.htm

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Peter Lamb said..."I read Lionel Labosse's summary of Peyrefrette's grotty novel, but it adds nothing to the matter in hand."

Peter, we have to disagree with each other on that. You had said..."It says nothing about Peyrefitte, or his book attacking,or portraying Pope Pius XII as a sodomite, yet you say his book did so. Have you read the book? Are you able to provide a relevant quote, or reference source to substantiate your statement?"

Lionel Labosse is a source. Here is an additional source:

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://leblogdebrunolagrange.hautetfort.com/archive/2015/04/23/les-cles-de-saint-pierre-de-roger-peyrefitte-5608827.html&prev=search

Anyway, Roger Peyrefitte attacked verbally Pope Venerable Pius XII as he portrayed the Pope as a sodomite.

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Thanks again Mark. I read Father's commentary in which he refers to the writings of an unnamed author and states: "What was the source of this media episode? It consisted of an anonymous charge of immorality carried out through the offices of one Roger Peyrefitte ... who had already to his name a virulent work attacking Pope Pius XII." What weight an anonymous charge? Also, I wouldn't equate portraying somebody as a deviant in a novel with "a virulent work attacking Pope Pius XII." The latter implies accusation in a non-fictional work, which Peyrefitte's portrayal in a work of fiction was not. I think we can discount this novel and rather consider the work of Fr. Villa who, if we can trust Padre Pio, was commissioned for his work by Our Lord Himself. Bear in mind that Roncalli and Montini were proven masons and therefore excommunicated in terms of the prevailing canon law, before their elections to the Papacy - and so much for the validity of Vatican II.

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Mark, You are certainly a master researcher. :) I have read The Blog of Bruno Lagrange. He writes: "In 1954, during the pontificate of Pius XII, Roger Peyrefitte published The Keys of St. Peter and the scandal triggered again by directly attacking the Vatican", but makes no mention of Pope Pius being a fictional deviant at all. OK, I've read all your things, now it's your turn to read mine and then we can talk again. :)

Mark Thomas said...

Peter Lamb said..."OK, I've read all your things, now it's your turn to read mine and then we can talk again."

Peter, in an earlier comment you said that in your "opinion, the prime source for information on Montini's homosexuality is Fr. Luigi Villa. His work, "Paul VI Beatified?" is essential reading for any Catholic trying to understand our current situation."

Is this what you referenced?

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwjikN6VoabLAhUGtYMKHc-CAR4QFggjMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fpadrepioandchiesaviva.com%2Fuploads%2FChiesa_viva_441_S_en_New_Corrected.pdf&usg=AFQjCNFm2Jk2WZZmT7HDl7v7ij-O73aT-A

Page 55:

"In 1976, in an interview with D.W. Gunn and J. Murat, representatives of “Gay Sunshine Press,” French writer and former Ambassador, Roger Peyrefitte, a
professed homosexual and defender of “gay rights”, spoke of the homosexuality of Paul VI and stated that when he was Archbishop of Milan, he went to a secluded house to meet guys ad hoc [for that purpose]."

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Mark, No, this new link you have provided is new to me. I see it is "corrected and updated". I look forward to reading it. My link was
http://padrepioandchiesaviva.com/. Look at my link which has other articles of interest as well. I note that both are from the Apostolate of Our Lady of Good Success. Yours was published in 2011 and mine I think in 2009.

Catechist Kev said...

Dear Mr. Thomas,

You said:

"But I think of such cases as the following: I won't use his name as I am not here to run him into the ground. I offer simply the example of a prominent Churchman who played a key role in the liturgical reform. He even exhorted in person Pope Blessed Paul VI to promulgate the Novus Ordo. Many years later, the h0m0se*ual nature of the Churchman in question was revealed publicly."

I reply:

I don't mean to be too conspiratorial here but I think I know who you are speaking about. E. Michael Jones wrote an article that appeared in his magazine "Culture Wars" about the "churchman" in question back in 2002. (articles are archived on that site - very lengthy, about 18 pgs)

It is really fascinating and it agrees with your theory about such... um, men in the Church, the TLM and the Paul VI missal.

God bless you good sir,
Catechist Kev

Mark Thomas said...

Dear Catechist Kev,

You are correct. Thank you for the information about E Michael Jones' very interesting article. I read the article today. The Churchman in question most definitely played a key role in the development and implementation of the Novus Ordo as well as the collapse of sacred music. I am not certain that his role in that regard has received sufficient attention within the Church.

I have become more and more convinced that there is a link between homosexuality and the fierce opposition to the TLM (it's too "masculine" for certain folks), development, and, most certainly, implementation of the Novus Ordo.

Thank you, again. Peace and good health to you and your family.

Pax.

Mark Thomas