What else can be expected when it starts off with the pope carrying a wiccan stang into the opening Mass? I just started to glance at the Instrumentum Laboris and that promises to be a stinker, too.
At this thing, the attendees were put into fourteen groups for discussion, all led by prelates. Cardinal Cupich led one, Cardinal Maradiaga another. Right there you can see the rigging in the works. Cupich's group allegedly called for "recognition of other forms of family". Stop right there. A family comes about when a biologically born man and a biologically born woman enter into matrimony and beget/raise children. Not two men, not two women, not self-mutilated people or any other permutation, pretenses and delusions notwithstanding. So why might I think that Cupich might have forced that conclusion? Well, let's examine the following facts about his Archdiocese of Chicago.
Father Rigoberto Gamez of St Aloysius parish has recently been charged with several instances of sexual battery. He is now ordered to wear a monitoring bracelet. Currently he is Associate Vicar for Canonical Affairs for the Chicago archdiocese. Will he retain that position and his parish assignment?
Father Michael Guimon of the Friars Servants of Mary is head of the priory at Our Lady of Sorrows National Basilica in Chicago. Within that priory he hosts what are essentially gay hook-up meetings and he is a "gay masseur". In other words, he has turned the basilica into a sodomite orgy den, profaning that sacred place with filthy abominations.
Will Cupich laicize these two? Who knows? We do know he has the long knives out for Father Kalchik who is still in hiding lest he be dragged to St Luke's because his parishioners burned a gay flag. This is the sort of prelate who has been given a key role in this sin-nod.
I post now a video from Remnant TV showing a rather raucous performance by young people, with prelates obviously enjoying it. One commenter wrote that he noticed just how much the bishops were enjoying seeing young men gyrate and prance about. Sadly he's probably correct. See for yourselves and keep praying.
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