The Ties That Divide
Brought to you by gay bishops
As we get into the new calendar year, all signs point to an explosive year for the Church, a great disruption, a great divide. The year was barely 48 hours old and the U.S. bishops had begun to meet on retreat about the scourge of sexual abuse among the clergy.
But even here, on this topic, there is a divide among so many of the bishops. A few well-balanced ones who don't really have any connection to the errant theology and formation from the 1970s know and say that the problem is homosexuality.
But the vast majority of them, because they are slaves to that malformation of the 1970s, refuse to admit this reality even in the face of overwhelming evidence.
They are, frankly, a pitiful crew to behold. Even with the feds and state attorneys general raiding their chanceries looking for secret files covering up cases of sexual abuse of minors — 80 percent of whom were teenage boys — even still, they will not admit the reality.
And that's because too many of the bishops themselves are gay. And let's be very clear here: One gay bishop is too many. But in the USCCB, it would be the height of naivete to not understand that many of the men sitting in that room saying it's not a gay problem are gay themselves, so of course they are going to say that.
Others who are not directly sexually attracted to other men are still complicit, because they refuse to either admit the horror of this sin, or, they turn a blind eye to it because they do not wish to face the wrath and rage of gay priests in their dioceses, like Abp. Allen Vigneron here in Detroit.
According to his own seminary faculty member, Mary Healy, who said publicly that he will not end the homosexual anti-Catholic group Dignity's weekly Mass because he's afraid to anger the gay priests here in Detroit.
He and others like him, however, never seem to be so concerned about angering traditional Catholics or people fighting for the Faith in their own lives. And all this with news now spreading that the much-anticipated $200 million fundraising campaign is going to be announced in the next week or two. It's disgusting.
Here's the gist of the problem on this question of "division." It's a smokescreen, the charge that someone is "divisive" or causes division. What a panty-waist accusation to hurl at someone. Seriously, from a bishop, "You are divisive"?
Do they not know how all the prophets and patriarchs, apostles, saints and martyrs spoke routinely? And, oh yeah, the Son of God. All these men were "divisive." That's the point.
But the limp-wristed, light in the loafers, emasculated theology of most of today's bishops has as its greatest sin giving offense. Anything, and we mean anything else, is acceptable, worthy of a second, third or even fourth chance, but if you come off as socially impolite, you're done.
The homosexual or homosexual-minded man should not be ordained in the first place, and all Hell breaks loose when they are consecrated to the office of bishop.
They sacrifice truth and its bold preaching to their own disgusting femininity and cowardice and lack of authentic masculinity and hide behind the skirts of calling people divisive.
Catholicism is all about division, bishops. Do you not understand that? What do you think Heaven and Hell is all about?
What do you think being in a state of grace versus a state of mortal sin is all about?
But see, the combination of their poisonous homosexuality and intellect-rotting malformation they got back in seminary in the 1970s has made them unable to see this truth.
They want the Church to be this big soft, squishy "all are welcome" cacophony of confusion so they hide in it and rationalize their psychological illness of sodomy.
If some of the collateral damage happens to be some teenage altar boys happen to get raped along the way, oh well.
If thousands and thousands of seminarians are driven from the seminary and lose their vocations, and even sometimes their faith, oh well.
And if some of these young men end up in lives of addiction and sexual exploitation and even kill themselves, oh well.
As long as we all get along and not say things that are divisive, that's all that matters. The bishops themselves are the cause of the division in the Church, especially the homosexual bishops and their allied bishops who now exercise great control over vast portions of the Church.
They are a cancer in the episcopate, they are destroyers of souls, and without repentance, they will suffer outrageous tortures in Hell for eternity, which is why they spend so much time ignoring Hell or promoting the spiritually insane idea that we have a reasonable hope all men are saved.
That is homosexual-think, not sound theology, and bishops who say it, promote, defend it or let it slide need to be called out.
See, the Faith itself is always whole, always pure, always a unity. But too many of these men — many, perhaps most, but not all being homosexual — are the ones who have brought about the division and then stood on their sacred office and promoted it.
Then when faithful Catholics shine the light on the division they have caused, they accuse us of creating it. That's exactly what you expect from the mind of someone who has given himself over to the demonic.
To reveal the already existing division in the Church caused by these bishops, to bring it to light, is the work of God. There exists today in the Church a great division, largely between a huge number of bishops and the faithful.
To be frank, we and they don't believe the same faith, just like St. Peter and Judas did not believe the same thing about Our Lord. One said He was the Messiah, the Son of God, the other betrayed Him — not the same faith.
Father James Martin and I do not believe the same faith. Cardinal Blase Cupich and I do not believe the same faith. Cardinal Joseph Tobin and I do not believe the same faith. They obfuscate and deceive souls on the altar of sodomy and support of it. What they preach is not the authentic Catholic faith.
It is they and their ilk that divide; they divide souls, separate from the truth. In what manner could it be said we accept the same foundations of the faith? It can't. Now, many of you watching this have the same reality, just because someone in your circle says they are Catholic doesn't mean they are, and they should not be allowed to remain in that mindset.
They either need to understand that they are mistaken about Church teachings or, if they reject them, then leave the Church in practice, because they already have in soul. All of this has been brought you by the modernist heretics crowd, largely fueled by warped and sick homosexual bishops and those among them sympathetic to it.
Want to know where all the division is from, look there — not at faithful Catholics trying to expose it.