Monday, 13 August 2018

No parents, you should not let your boys sit on Bishop Stika's lap - or anyone's!

The list of those who have blocked Vox Cantoris on Twitter grows. Rosica, Spadaro, Ivereigh, Napier, Tobin, Rocco Palmo and more. To this list can now be added Bishop Rick Stika of the Diocese of Knoxville. What these silly willies don't get is that it means nothing; one can simply use a browser not logged in to Twitter and still read and take screenshots. 

So what is up with Rick Stika?

Until a few hours ago, I had not heard of him. But he sure has made a name for himself on Twitter in the last 24 hours. It seems that Rick has no problem with homosexuals in the priesthood and that, as we know, not all men with same-sex attraction are abusive or sexual predators, though they are deviant. Rick doesn't seem to understand that all those who preyed upon boys, mostly teenaged boys were homosexuals. Rick also likes to deflect, -- that there is more abuse in the home or by people in other professions.

What a pathetic thing to believe and write. One is too many.

One wonders what is up with Rick Stika and what he knew about McCarrick and the nephews and when he knew it.

What else is in Rick's closet?



Oh, Rick thinks a boy sitting on his lap wearing his mitre is promoting vocations.

Sure it is.

But what kind?

He has not restricted access to his page.

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4 comments:

Brian said...

Vox
Deep indeed oozes, this pus throughout the Church. How can such people be reformed? They can't. This Modernist nightmare must simply die out over many years. Look at what Tommy "Bear" Rosica just said, about the Church now going beyond Scripture and Tradition. Of course, has not this been going on for the last 60 years?

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Vox,

I looked at the turning globe.
This is amazing, so many more spots all around the world than last time I checked! Europe completely red!

Are these all our people? Or is it the enemy too? We won't know.

Great work, dear faithful Vox.

Fred said...

Forty years ago we knew a young seminarian who went to the same Mass that we did. Very traditional Latin Novus Ordo, very conservative seminarian. The two daughters of friends, the girls being perhaps ages five and three, often sat on his lap, at his request. I thought nothing of it, being in my twenties at the time and so very naïve. That seminarian was ordained and his name now appears on the Bishops' Accountability list as a certified abuser. The signs were there, but everyone missed them. Today I think the signs would be noticed.

Unknown said...

Hey this is Rick. He did not sit on my lap. I was next to him as his mom was taking our picture. Every Mass I put a mitre on simone’s head. No child sits on my lap. Just wanted to correct your distortion of fact.