Thursday, June 26, 2014

Bishops Cower Before "Gay Pride" Days In Major Cities

In this Vortex, Michael Voris wonders aloud if the Catholic bishops really "have Catholic hearts".  While we'll never know the answer to that question, the question is fair given the lackluster actions they take to moral evils.  Voris uses as an example of "gay pride days" that occur this time of year in major cities.  In the Archdiocese of Washington, the nation's capital, I can attest that our chancery turns a blind eye to the debauched orgy that happens here (this time a few weeks ago).  It was even worse in the Archdiocese of Boston, when Cardinal O'Malley refused to rebuke some Franciscans who set up a booth at their "pride festival".  Mind you, Cardinal O'Malley himsef is a Capuchin. And of course there's St Francis of Assisi Church in New York City where a blasphemous "pre-pride mass" was set to occur.  Where is Cardinal Dolan on that - or did we answer that question last week?

Note - speaking of quisling bishops, read what an Italian bishop did to one of his parish priests when the latter was preaching on the sin of fornication.  Doesn't it seem to you that the bishop was trying to soothe his fornicating sugar-daddies?  Kudos to Father Vicario and shame on Bishop Brambilla (ht Pewsitter).


  1. Not long ago, we had many model shepherds. Now we have model apostates.
    If you want to be sure of your Faith, invest in a Baltimore Catechism #3. Listening to most of what these guys direct you to do will not likely end well for you. Or, go to SSPX, FSSP, ICK Priests with your questions. They will guide you correctly. FFI are an excellent bunch, too...wait, until they were ruined by Francis.

    1. The Baltimore Catechism has served us well, and will continue to do so. I'd also recommend "This Is The Faith" by Canon Ripley. I bought it from TAN years ago, but one can get it through Amazon.

  2. Great Vortex ! Now that is telling it just like it is ! Call those wimpy clergy out of their holes.


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