My goodness, there’s life in the clergy!

There is not one bishop in this country who is doing what he should.

Not one.

There are some good bishops, no question.  Decent men who are doing what they can within “due limits”, but that’s not what we need. 

Not even close.

And we all know that, don’t we?

Actually, if you don’t know, let me fill you in. 

A very close family member (someone firmly grounded in unsensational reality and a moderating influence) told me this sometime ago, but I dismissed it as “conspiracy theory” talk, but now I am beginning to see it as virtually the only explanation left (along with the silent apostasy that the Cardinal refers to) with our bishops and high placed clergy:

They’re gay and they’re being blackmailed.

“Attack us”, they are being told, “and we’ll out you”.

That’s the only explanation left for what’s going on.

What Cardinal Sarah and the remnant of faithful priests and bishops don’t yet get is that the Church hierarchy and priesthood is gay.

The sooner we come to grips with this, the sooner we can get on the road to Calvary.

6 thoughts on “My goodness, there’s life in the clergy!

  1. Well, maybe they should be outed then. I mean the “Church” is becoming the hot and happening for gayness all around thanks to Overlord McGuinty so what do they have to fear? (sarcastic tone/rhetorical question)

  2. If you are going to make blanket statements like this, you had better provide evidence. Otherwise, you are just labelling and lambasting for the purpose of hearing your own voice. There is another explanation for the clergy’s behaviour – just plain old cowardice. Evidence please?

  3. There’s plenty of evidence. We can’t say about any particular individual, but apostacy and cowardice doesn’t explain enough of what’s happened. What we have here is *guilt* and *hypocrisy* stopping any movement to purge the clergy. Let’s not kid ourselves. Read this book and you’ll have all of the evidence that you need about rampant homosexuality in the Church:

  4. I have read that book. But you state that all the bishops and priests are gay, that is not what MIchael Voris said in this video that you posted. You are going beyond what you know and making very strong statements that will only turn on you in the end.
    If you make accusations like that, you must back them up with your own evidence, not just the feeling that this must be so. Christians will never be taken seriously by making those kind of statements. Present the facts and let them speak for themselves. Otherwise, you are just name-calling.
    By the way, I am not saying that you aren’t right. It’s just that you can’t score any points doing it this way.

  5. I’m not saying that all are, Julie, but let’s face it, we’re not at this point because we have only a 1% problem.

    Ask yourself this question: would any responsible father approve the gay equity policy which is scheduled to go into effect this September in Ontario?

  6. To the best of my knowledge, the Toronto Catholic District School board is the last school board to come up with an Equity policy and that should be done by this Fall. They have some very good amendments approved, which is a result of substantial number of parents getting involved to lobby the trustees. The bishops played absolutely no role in helping to achieve these changes. They were silent during the entire process.

    All the other school boards implemented their Equity policies last year with glaringly ambiguous language which leaves their schools vulnerable to infiltration from homosexual activists.

    Why do our trustees and our bishops feel so uncomfortable with adding statements to the policy that makes it crystal clear that everything needs to be in line with the Cathecism’s teaching on homosexuality? That is the elephant in the room. Are they simply cowards, homosexuals or both? In the end I don’t know if the reason matters. What matters is that we’ve been abandoned and one day they will have to answer for their betrayal. Wouldn’t want to be them.

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