Monday, 26 June 2017

James Martin, S.J. "homosexual-sex obsessed" and the "ravings of a lunatic."

It's about time.

It's about time someone other than the poor suffering laity and Joseph Sciambra have called out James Martin, S.J., for his homosexual obsession.

Sometimes it takes hard, seemingly coarse language, such as the "ravings of a lunatic," to wake up the man at the core of the problem and his superiors.

James Martin is a priest in desperate need of correction. His Superiors have betrayed him just as he continues to betray Christ and His people, particularly those suffering from same-sex attraction.

James Martin, S.J., hates "gay" men. if he did not, he would not tweet his praise of "pride," as he did yesterday. James Martin is filled with rage, it is time for him to either get the deep spiritual and psychological help that is needed, preferable through a life of prayer and penance in a Cistercian traditionalist monastery far away from a computer or any other Jesuit!

James Martin hates himself. His actions, particularly of late, are the ravings of someone obsessed. Not with Jesus, not with truth, but with sex between men.

Enough of this rage James, enough!

Enough of your lies, your distortions, your embrace of homosexualism and the work of Satan, whom you have embraced as your god. 

Enough of your projection upon unsuspecting people who are lead astray by your distortions.

Homosexual sex obsessed Jesuit v. Bp. Paprocki of Springfield, IL – ACTION ITEM!

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A little while ago, His Excellency Most Reverend Thomas John Paprocki, Bishop of Springfield in Illinois, issued a Decree “Regarding Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ and Related Pastoral Issues.”
This Decree reaffirmed Catholic teaching that a marriage is only possible “between one man and one woman.”
You saw how Ed Peters handled one critic HERE.
Immediately, homosexual sex obsessed Jesuit James Martin blasted Bp. Paprocki HERE:
If bishops ban members of same-sex marriages from receiving a Catholic funeral, they also have to be consistent. They must also ban divorced and remarried Catholics who have not received annulments, women who has or man who fathers a child out of wedlock, members of straight couples who are living together before marriage, and anyone using birth control. For those are all against church teaching as well. Moreover, they must ban anyone who does not care for the poor, or care for the environment, and anyone who supports torture, for those are church teachings too. More basically, they must ban people who are not loving, not forgiving and not merciful, for these represent the teachings of Jesus, the most fundamental of all church teachings. To focus only on LGBT people, without a similar focus on the moral and sexual behavior of straight people is, in the words of the Catechism, a “sign of unjust discrimination” (2358).
This, friends, is the raving of a lunatic.
For a complete review of homosexual sex obsessed Jesuit James Martin v. Bp. Paprocki, try HERE, a blog by a Catholic man who suffered with same-sex affliction and is now striving to live a holy life.
URGENT: In his post he makes a great suggestion: drop Bp. Paprocki a supportive note! The diocese’s contact form and addresses:


Ana Milan said...

I have emailed my support to His Excellency for issuing his Decree "Regarding Same-Sex 'Marriage' & Related Pastoral Issues. Unfortunately there is little one can do in getting the message across to Fr. James Martin of one's disgust at his refusal to uphold God's Word as particularly befits the priesthood & the continuous scandal he gives to Christendom. If we post to his twitter account it won't appear. As he has now got a job in Rome the same treatment can be expected. He needs to be outed by his peers in the priesthood &, of course, his superior(s).

Irenaeus said...

Fr. James Martin just keeps on getting worse and worse. Daily.

I'm proud of this bishop. Thanks for linking to Fr. Z, Vox - and I encourage everyone to write to the bishop directly so he knows we appreciate his work!

JayJay said...

Is there any way we can send Fr. Martin to a radical Islamic country for reprogramming?

Anonymous said...

James Martin is a sicko, to be sure Martin is not afraid to show his true colors because he is protected by that other fruitcake Jorge Bergolio. I would NOT leave a little boy within a miles reach from sicko Martin the man/woman,he reeks of evil. May St Micheal protect Bishop Paprocki, he is the light of Christ against the darkest time in the history of the Church.

Matt K said...

The article that he linked to right before his "happy pride" tweet was gut wrenching. Not just because of what he said, but because from one perspective he's right. We've lost a lot of ground on this issue. Obviously the Truth cannot change, nor can Church teaching, but that doesn't change the fact that countless souls are being lost to practice/support of this wretched vice. I'm just glad this stupid month is over.

Anonymous said...

Jorge Bergolio,& Fg.James Martin..The fruit does not fall far from the tree!

Anonymous said...

I think you meant to write "coarse" language.

Vox Cantoris said...

Indeed I did, thanks for catching that. A case of the fingers working quicker than a very tried brain.

Dan said...

I think a majority in the Church are completely corrupt "wolves." Fr. Martin is just like almost all of them, including "Francis the Merciful."

I hope it collapses!

Anonymous said...

Francis Presents Priest With Pedophile Fantasies as "Example"

Mario Josipovic said...

Canon 1184 mandates that "notorious" apostates, heretics and schismatics be deprived of an ecclesiastical funeral, unless they have given some sign of repentance before death. Fr Martin is grossly stretching the concept of "notoriety" - for example, how does one publicly live contracepted marital relations, especially at the age of seniority? or would anyone believe a devout Catholic couple who had their first child out of wedlock hadn't repented of that sin by the time of their deaths? The example of not "caring for the environment" is simply risible - does that mean if I don't tithe to Greenpeace, or whole-heartedly support carbon credits for industrial companies, I am a notoriously unrepentant Catholic

I think this point's been made by many commentators. Perhaps we should keep in mind the hypocrite's accusations often contain some grain of truth. As a simple example to us laity, how many of us, or our immediately "faithfully Catholic" families, have hosted unmarried couples to our homes over the holidays and whispered to our kids "Well, yes, they really should be married..."?