Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Voris: Half Of Catholic Clergy Are Gay

He seems to have evidence to support that assertion.  If so, that might explain Cardinal Ravasi's slobbering over David Bowie - and other strange things I've seen.


  1. It's self evident that these assertions are true, brought on by Freemasonry many years ago and culminating in the present disarray in the organization of the Roman Catholic Church. Much purification must take place to remove the evil and when it is completed the prophecies of the Book of Revelations will have been fulfilled and we will be in the New Era of Peace. For now our Church is on it's way to Calvary. This is our Church's passion and crucifixion. Thank you for reporting on this most disturbing news of our beloved Church. We can comfort ourselves by knowing that Jesus Christ assured us "the gates of hell will never prevail against it". We will suffer and in the end Our Lord and Savior will win our against the forces of evil. Until then pray, pray that Our Lady of America will be solemnly processed into the Bascilica of the Shrine of The Immaculate Conception and honored there as she has requested.. In return she has promised America will be spared the Chastisement and would lead the world in purity. Praise God !

  2. 1) There is *nothing wrong* in being gay! It is simply the way soe people are made, not a choice. You people need to do a LOT of studying and praying. But those might endanger your "magical God/pope" ideas, so you won't.

    1. The inclination towards homosexuality is intrinsically disordered. That said, an individual so inclined sins only if they yield to that temptation. Some people are prone to being foul-tempered. Ms. Dahlberg, I hope you would not suggest that such people yield to those inclinations simply because they were "made that way". As for the good of this "studying" that you suggest, that's only as good as the quality of what you're studying. It sounds like you've been stupefying your brain with progressive psychobabble trash.


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