Sunday, June 10, 2018

Gay Pride in Rome – Bergoglio went silent and hid himself




Gay Pride in Rome – Bergoglio Goes Into Hiding:


Last Saturday, a Gay Pride March took place in Rome while the local well-nourished prelates, including Pope Francis, went into silence and hiding. The Church’s honour was saved by the Committee San Filippo Neri, a group of young, courageous Catholics, which organized a procession of reparation. The group contacted the Pope’s vicar for Rome, Angelo De Donatis who this month will become a cardinal. Unsurprisingly De Donatis refused to answer.

Pope JPII: Gay Pride Is an “Offence” and “Affront”



Marco Tosatti recalled on his blog the words of John Paul II who at the end of an Angelus in the year 2000 referred to a Gay Pride march that had taken place the week before in Rome. Quote, “I cannot but make a remark regarding the well-known demonstrations that took place in Rome in recent days. On behalf of the Church of Rome, I have to express bitterness at the affront inflicted to the Great Jubilee of the year 2000 and the offense brought to the Christian values of a city that is so dear to the hearts of all the Catholics of the world."

Gender Ideology Cardinal




Cardinal-elect Pedro Barreto, the archbishop of Huancayo, Peru, is campaigning for the introduction of gender ideology into the Peruvian schools. Talking to Ideeleradio he called this – quote – “the most adequate way to dignify man and woman.” Barreto called critics of the gender ideology defenders of “group interests”. Apart from Cardinal-elect Barreto, the Church in Perù is strongly opposing the move.

Bishop Makes Life Miserable for Catholic Group



Pro-mass-immigration Archbishop Gian Carlo Perego of Ferrara, Italy, is trying hard to make the life of the bi-ritual priestly fraternity Familia Christi miserable. Perego’s Catholic predecessor, Monsignor Luigi Negri, had given the parish of Santa Maria in Vado to the group. But now, Perego is replacing the parish of the group with a “pastoral unit”. Familia Christi was removed to a far-away church which is not connected to a parish. Their former parishioners are very disappointed, but Perego does not care.



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