Saturday, 18 August 2018

The problem IS Homosexuality

"It seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the clergy but even within the hierarchy, which needs to be purified at the root." Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke

Speaking on The World Over with Raymond Arroyo, Cardinal Burke was clear that the root of the problem is homosexuality.

Not every homosexual is a molester or a predator or an abuser, but every boy abused, and these are 90% of all victims, was abused by a homosexual.

Every single one needs to be outed and removed from the priesthood. Every priest, bishop or cardinal, -- or even pope!

The Church of Christ Catholic has been infiltrated by malefactors. The men who did this did not do it out of a simple "fall from grace." Reading the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report reveals that it was much more, it was Satanic and demonic, Much of it was ritualistic, blaspheming God, committing sacrilege with the Most Blessed Sacrament and using Holy Water to "wash" out a boys mouth after forcing him to perform fellatio. 

This is the stuff of a Black Mass.

Friends, do not abandon our Mother, the Church. Early typing manuals included the phrase, "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party." Our Lord expects us to do our part, to do battle, to clean the stables. Do not let Him down.


Brian said...

And who is the present CEO of this Boys-R-Us club? And in what prominent city would this person live? Hmmm...I wonder. Oh, on the other hand, who am I to judge?

Anonymous said...

This stuff makes me want to vomit.

But, please be gentle with people who are attracted to the same sex. It is what they choose to do, in view of that attraction, that MUST be addressed. I am NOT saying that the attraction is good, or even neutral. I do not believe that it is genetically set in stone, however. And I am aware of no, incontrovertible, evidence which sustains/proves that same sex attraction is purely genetically determined. It is an aberration of some etiology, learned, I suspect.

I am divorced. I am attracted to the opposite sex. Never a day goes by, even as an old codger, now, when I am not aware of that, sometimes, strong attraction. I chose not to date or to become too close to any woman that I am attracted to, unless I know them well. Even that is uncommon.

My choices are not impossible to make.

But, the temptation is always there.

Those of us in my position need to pray for those who are same sex attracted. That they make the same choices that I have regarding continence.

Lord, have mercy.


Tom A. said...

Burke is dead wrong. The problem is modernism. No one is abandoning the Faith. We may be leaving the NO false church but that is not the same as leaving the Catholic Church.

Anonymous said...

Good point . Here is a timely reminder that perhaps even Cdl Burke might want to read. Furthermore imho this is not the "Conciliar Church" it is better stated "The Apostate church"in whose leadership the True Faith once reiterated in the teachings of St Peter Damian, has been now buried with six feet of dirt.

Ana Milan said...

This was a difficult interview to watch. Cardinal Burke looked like a frightened rabbit caught in the headlights of an oncoming car & his long drawn out answers prevented Raymond Arroyo from having the time to expand on the pertinent questions he was asking. I didn't get the impression it was deliberate on ++ Burke's part but that he just felt so alone & was desperately trying not to put a step wrong which, IMO at this stage, is of no matter. He has been publicly humiliated by PF & his silent 'supporters' in the Hierarchy & lost a lot of credibility because of that. However, I did note that the chips are beginning to fall since the start of the Rosary Coast to Coast so perhaps they'll all fall before the end of it in October. The devil looks after his own they say, but we know that God does too & that His Will will prevail.

Kathleen1031 said...

I have not watched it yet.
Karl, we can't be gentle right now. I wouldn't worry about those with same-sex attraction, all the momentum is on their side. The culture, Hollywood, the elites, the music industry, the church, the media, pop culture, the universities, and many so called Christian denominations, are all pro-LGBT. We have a little enclave as a fraction of the church, the Southern Baptists, and God. Believe me, they'll do fine. And if you don't support their LGBT, they will be happy to put their boot on your neck until you do. These guys don't play. They are ruthless. And in the church, they are beginning to squirm...just a bit.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Kathleen, you are correct.

LGBTwhatever say that the time has come to "punish the wicked".

"In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, tech millionaire turned LGBTQ activist Tim Gill said he’s aiming to punish Christians who don’t want to participate in same-sex weddings."

Anonymous said...

Cardinal Burke looks weary, may God strengthen him as he seems to have the weight of the whole word on his shoulders. My heart aches for him where are all the good Cardinals? if someone knows where they "all" are i hope they are asking them why have you not supported Christ through Cardinal Burke? why have you not joined with C Burke in the Dubia?. God bless you dear Cardinal Burke.

Anonymous said...

I keep wondering about the Catholic ministry, Courage International, dedicated to helping SSA men and women live chaste lives through grace from the sacraments and community. I would love to hear them weigh in on this crisis.