Sunday, 4 October 2015

Are you with Christ and His Church against the homoheresy?

The Gospel for the Ordinary Form of the Mass today is taken from the Gospel according to St. Mark, 10:2-16, the discourse on the indissolubility of marriage and the blessing of the little children, "What God hath joined together, let no man put asunder" and "suffer the little children to come unto me."

How prophetic that this should be the Gospel today, the opening of the Synod to destroy the family by approving Holy Communion for the divorced and remarried and softening the tone on sodomy so that our children might indeed "suffer" and be cursed, rather than blest.

Extreme, you say? Negative?

After the last week, surely you jest.

The post two below features an interview given by Father Dariusz Oko who was slandered last week by the sodomite priest buried in the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith who has demanded changes to doctrine, the Catechism and Holy Scripture to justify is acts of sodomy over God.

Father Oko, unlike some of our media savvy priests, speaks with clarity. The title of this post is a play on his essay, "With the Pope Against The Homoheresy." Of course, it was written under Benedict XVI when that was a logical conclusion.

If you've not read it. I urge you to do so at the site where it originally appeared, Rorate Caeli. Father Dariusz Oko, born in 1960 in Oswiecim, was ordained in 1985, and is a priest in the Archdiocese of Krakow He is an Assistant Professor at Pontifical University John Paul II in Krakow.  The article was also published in the German journal “Theologisches”. Cf. D. Oko, Mit dem Papst gegen Homohäresie, "Theologisches" 9/10 (2012) pp. 403-426. It was immediately translated into Czech and broadcast in July 2001 in a series of Wednesday programmes (July 4, 11, 18, 25 and 31) by the Czech Section of the Vatican Radio. Rorate Caeli brought it out to the English speaking world.

These sodomites in the priesthood and episcopacy are evil men. Let us draw a distinction between those who overcome through grace the tendency to sin, as all of us must do daily. When we write of these devils, we do so in the sense of their heresy, their deceit, their filth and disgust for all things holy and of Our Lord.

They want to steal the Church of Christ from Him and you and I. They want our children to be part of their satanic network.

These same kinds of men, even if they not be sodomites themselves, seek to undermine the faith at this Synod. I have a right to know what my bishop, Thomas Cardinal Collins says at this Synod, but these manipulative, scandalous prelates, no doubt with the approval of the Bishop of Rome himself, will prevent it.

This will not end well for them. As for us, we need to so what Cardinal Burke advised, "remain faithful."

1 comment:

Damask Rose said...

It's 'wheat and chaff' time...