Discussion:
The Gay Priest problem
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Linus J.
2015-06-09 22:17:12 UTC
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http://www.catholicculture.org/news/features/index.cfm?recnum=20565
"AIDS has quietly caused the deaths of hundreds of Roman Catholic priests in
the United States although other causes may be listed on some of their death
certificates, the Kansas City Star reported today. The newspaper said its
examination of death certificates and interviews with experts indicates
several hundred priests have died of AIDS-related illnesses since the
mid-1980s. The death rate of priests from AIDS is at least four times that
of the general population, the newspaper said." Now you know the "long
illness" that father Fudgepacker died of.
If the fags had practiced the canons of faith, in particular
celibacy, they would not have an AIDS problem. But fags don't
follow the rules for anything. They are above rules as they
apply to all but them.
http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/sr.-jeannine-gramick-claims-disconnect-between-laity-and-bishops-says-half-of-priests-are-homosexual/
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/10/father-bernard-lynch-gay-catholic-priest-talks_n_1661887.html
http://www.lipstickalley.com/showthread.php?t=481278
http://tinyurl.com/nrmxls5
''If they were to eliminate all those who were homosexually oriented, the
number would be so staggering that it would be like an atomic bomb; it would
do the same damage to the church's operation,'' said A. W. Richard Sipe, a
former priest and psychotherapist. Sipe has been studying the sexuality of
priests for 25 years and has written three books on the subject.
Homosexuals are cunning deviants who use religious superstition
to recruit new victims.
''It would mean the resignation of at least a third of the bishops of the
world. And it's very much against the tradition of the church; many saints
had a gay orientation, and many popes had gay orientations,'' Sipe said.
Make a business decision and get rid of the growth limiting
liabilities.
"The number of gay priests is so high that seminaries have become
increasingly uncomfortable places for heterosexual men, he wrote."
http://www.boston.com/globe/spotlight/abuse/stories/030402_vatican.htm
Seminaries act like magnets for sociopaths and narcissists, who revel at the
thought of parishioners groveling at their feet and regarding them as God
incarnate. It's gotten so bad that many seminaries are now using
personality profile tests like the MMPI to weed out the perverts, yet there
are places in California that seem to vie for the title of the "gayest
seminary in the state."
Revoke their religious tax exempt status. They are operating a
gay recruiting organization under false pretenses.
If you have the time, read "Sacrilege: Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church"
(2008) by Leon J. Podles, a former federal investigaor. There
have been lots of books written about clergy sexual abuse, but this one tops
them all. Its 676 pages are not limited to a few well-publicized cases in
New England. It covers what has occurred in every type of Catholic
institution, in every time period, throughout the world. Podles stands apart
from other investigators by virtue of his orthodoxy (he was raised Catholic
and quit seminary school in disgust when he saw what was going on). That
doesn't sit well with many church officials and ideologues of the Left. He
also goes into a great deal of depth in investigating why the priesthood is
so attractive to psychopaths.
http://www.amazon.com/Sacrilege-Sexual-Abuse-Catholic-Church/dp/0979027993
Linus J.
2015-06-10 07:37:26 UTC
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http://www.catholicculture.org/news/features/index.cfm?recnum=20565
"AIDS has quietly caused the deaths of hundreds of Roman Catholic priests in
the United States although other causes may be listed on some of their death
certificates, the Kansas City Star reported today. The newspaper said its
examination of death certificates and interviews with experts indicates
several hundred priests have died of AIDS-related illnesses since the
mid-1980s. The death rate of priests from AIDS is at least four times that
of the general population, the newspaper said." Now you know the "long
illness" that father Fudgepacker died of.
If the fags had practiced the canons of faith, in particular
celibacy, they would not have an AIDS problem. But fags don't
follow the rules for anything. They are above rules as they
apply to all but them.
http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/sr.-jeannine-gramick-claims-disconnect-between-laity-and-bishops-says-half-of-priests-are-homosexual/
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/10/father-bernard-lynch-gay-catholic-priest-talks_n_1661887.html
http://www.lipstickalley.com/showthread.php?t=481278
http://tinyurl.com/nrmxls5
''If they were to eliminate all those who were homosexually oriented, the
number would be so staggering that it would be like an atomic bomb; it would
do the same damage to the church's operation,'' said A. W. Richard Sipe, a
former priest and psychotherapist. Sipe has been studying the sexuality of
priests for 25 years and has written three books on the subject.
Homosexuals are cunning deviants who use religious superstition
to recruit new victims.
''It would mean the resignation of at least a third of the bishops of the
world. And it's very much against the tradition of the church; many saints
had a gay orientation, and many popes had gay orientations,'' Sipe said.
Make a business decision and get rid of the growth limiting
liabilities.
"The number of gay priests is so high that seminaries have become
increasingly uncomfortable places for heterosexual men, he wrote."
http://www.boston.com/globe/spotlight/abuse/stories/030402_vatican.htm
Seminaries act like magnets for sociopaths and narcissists, who revel at the
thought of parishioners groveling at their feet and regarding them as God
incarnate. It's gotten so bad that many seminaries are now using
personality profile tests like the MMPI to weed out the perverts, yet there
are places in California that seem to vie for the title of the "gayest
seminary in the state."
Revoke their religious tax exempt status. They are operating a
gay recruiting organization under false pretenses.
If you have the time, read "Sacrilege: Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church"
(2008) by Leon J. Podles, a former federal investigaor. There
have been lots of books written about clergy sexual abuse, but this one tops
them all. Its 676 pages are not limited to a few well-publicized cases in
New England. It covers what has occurred in every type of Catholic
institution, in every time period, throughout the world. Podles stands apart
from other investigators by virtue of his orthodoxy (he was raised Catholic
and quit seminary school in disgust when he saw what was going on). That
doesn't sit well with many church officials and ideologues of the Left. He
also goes into a great deal of depth in investigating why the priesthood is
so attractive to psychopaths.
http://www.amazon.com/Sacrilege-Sexual-Abuse-Catholic-Church/dp/0979027993
 

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