THE SERVANT GENERAL
ASSAULTS ON FAITH, FAMILY AND LIFE
GAY MAFIA AT THE VATICAN
July 8, 2017
The homosexualists in our Church are getting bolder. Now Fr
James Martin urges them to “come out.” He must
feel confident enough of the power and influence of the entrenched
These liberals are using AL to promote Communion for those
in irregular unions. These are not just the divorced and remarried,
but also those who are living in and those who are in active
homosexual relationships. What an abomination.
Actively gay clergy should come out of their closets but also
come out of (leave) the Church.
Homosexual clergy should ‘come out’
to show how ‘gay people can live chastely’: Vatican
July 7, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) The
Vatican’s hand-picked pro-homosexual communications
consultant Fr. James Martin said parish priests who secretly
identify as homosexual should publicly “come out”
to show their congregations “what a gay person is like
and, incidentally, how gay people can live chastely.”
July 6 interview with CNN ironically comes about a week after
news broke of the arrest of a Vatican gay-priest, Monsignor
Luigi Capozzi, who frequently hosted cocaine-fueled homosexual
orgies in a building right next to St. Peter’s Basilica.
In the interview, the Jesuit priest and editor-at-large of
America magazine spoke about his new pro-homosexual
book Building a Bridge. He said the
Church is beginning to shift its “approach” to
homosexuals, thanks to Pope Francis.
“There are two reasons for this shift. One is Pope Francis.
His saying ‘Who am I to judge?’ about gay people;
his public meeting with Yayo Grassi, his former student who
is gay, during his papal visit to the United States; his
comments in Amoris Laetitia [which have been used to allow
practicing homosexuals to receive Communion].
And the bishops who Pope Francis
is appointing in the United States are much more LGBT friendly,”
“The second thing is the increased number of LGBT Catholics
who are coming out and making LGBT issues much more important
for the church as a whole,” he added.
The interviewer asked Fr. Martin about his claim in his new
book that there are “thousands”
of homosexual clergy who have not “come out,”
wanting to know why they keep their sexuality secret.
“Several reasons,” replied Martin. “One,
their bishops or religious superiors ask them not to come
out. Two, they fear reprisals from parishioners. Three, they
fear it would be divisive. Four, they are private people.
Five, they are not fully aware of their sexuality. And lastly,
people have mistakenly conflated homosexuality and pedophilia,
and so priests don't want to come out because they fear they'll
be labeled a pedophile.”
Fr. Martin then agreed that it would make a “difference”
in the Church if more homosexual clergy “came out.”
“It would help to show Catholics in the pews what a
gay person is like and, incidentally, how gay people can live
chastely. The great irony is that these men and women are
living out exactly what the church asks of LGBT people
chastity and celibacy and they are not allowed to talk
about it. They are doing great work under a strange cloud
that should not exist,” he said.
But an additional reason why homosexual priests choose not
to “come out” is given by famed Canadian Catholic
laicized-priest Gregory Baum.
A peritus or expert at the Second Vatican Council, Baum wrote
in his memoirs that he “did not profess my own homosexuality
in public because such an act of honesty would have reduced
my influence as a critical theologian.” While Baum kept
his life of homosexual debauchery
private, he managed to exert
his influence over Canada’s bishops so that they dissented
from the Church’s 1968 teaching in Humanae Vitae against
interviewer did not ask Fr. Martin if he was himself homosexual.
Martin’s claim that priests don't want to “come
out” because of fear they will be labeled an abuser
is not unfounded.
Research indicates that the
abuse scandal within the Catholic Church primarily consisted
of the homosexual abuse of males. A 2011 study
commissioned by the U.S. Bishops and conducted by the John
Jay College of Criminal Justice found that nearly 80 percent
of victims who were abused by priests were post-pubescent
and adolescent males. Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons, a top psychiatrist
and expert in handling sexually abusive priests, said at the
time that the study revealed that homosexuality was the primary
driving force behind the bulk of abuse cases.
Catholic Church only allows men into the priesthood who have
"self-control and a well-integrated sexuality.”
Last year, the Vatican's Congregation for Clergy reaffirmed
Catholic teaching that "those
who practice homosexuality, present deep-seated homosexual
tendencies or support the so-called 'gay culture'" are
not to be admitted to seminaries or be ordained Catholic priests.
are other examples beyond Capozzi and Baum that suggest that
homosexual clergy are more like Judas than John when it comes
to serving Christ and the Church he founded.
For example, in 2015 a Polish priest and monsignor who worked
at the Vatican for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the
Faith demanded that the Church change her sexual teachings
after going public with his homosexuality and sexual relationship
with another man.
similar language and talking points employed by Fr. Martin,
Monsignor Krzystof Charamsa said, among other things, that
the Church should end its “language of homophobia …
and rejection of LGBT people,” that it should “speak
out against … any discrimination against people based
on sexual orientation,” and that it should “revise
the Catechism,” specifically the language used to speak
of homosexual acts as “objectively disordered.”
While news of the cocaine-fueled
homosexual orgies right next to St. Peter’s is shocking,
it is not altogether unexpected.
In 2012, Polish priest Fr. Dariusz Oko released a paper in
which he highlighted his discovery of what he called a
“huge homosexual underground in the Church.”
began my work as a struggle against a deadly, external threat
to Christianity, but then gradually discovered,” he
said, that “the enemy
is not only outside the Church, but within it, as well.”
Oko said homosexual cliques
of clergy, even at the highest levels, are formed by fear
of exposure, lust for power, and money.
“They know well, however, that they may be exposed and
embarrassed, so they shield one another by offering mutual
support. They build informal relationships reminding [one]
of a ‘clique’ or even ‘mafia,’ [and]
aim at holding particularly those positions which offer power
and money,” he wrote.
“When they achieve a decision-making
position, they try to promote and advance mostly those whose
nature is similar to theirs, or at least who are known to
be too weak to oppose them. This way, leading positions in
the Church may be held by people suffering from deep internal
wounds,” he added.
Oko said that once homosexual
clergy achieve a “dominating position” in the
Church’s hierarchy, the become a “backroom elite”
with “tremendous power in deciding about important nominations
and the whole life of the Church.”
Among the rumors put forward at the time of Pope Benedict’s
decision to resign in 2013 was the revelation of the existence
of an entrenched “gay
network” that orchestrated “sexual encounters”
and shady financial machinations within the Vatican.
The Pope reportedly decided to resign the day he received
a 300-page dossier compiled by three cardinals detailing the
workings and sexual activities of a network of homosexual
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