See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Saturday, June 10, 2006

"How gay is that?" - Bart Simpson


Pictured, priests marching in a 1985 gay pride parade.

Is there really a gay subculture here?

Did you know this is Gay Pride month? This makes the article from Elizabeth Schwab in Spero News much more appropriate. There's a war on with the exile of Fr. Altier, and Mrs Schwab has some excellent 'shots' on the Spero Forum. Check out the excerpt below:

The homosexual subculture in the Church today

It was discovered that Minneapolis priest Fr. Leo Tibesar is on the National Leadership Team for Dignity USA, a lobby group committed to the inclusion of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender persons in the Catholic Church.
Thursday, June 08, 2006
by Elizabeth Schwab

An explosion of homosexuality is occurring in our midst. Flaunted by the mass media and promoted throughout our society, it has suddenly become a high profile issue. Yet this “coming out” is no surprise to those who have diligently worked for years to advance the cause of homosexuality, and this is especially true for the proponents of homosexuality that we find entrenched in the Catholic Church today. [snip] - Spero News Commentary

1 comment:

  1. You know what's really sad? Is that these priests probably never wear their blacks (clerical clothing) except for events like this to add the air that they are traditional Catholic men who support the "gay lifestyle". Same goes for liberal nuns. Won't wear a habit to save their soul (literally) except when going to some New Age conference to add to their credibility. Now maybe that's generalizing a bit but usually you won't find Fr. "Flapdoodle" and Sr. "Snakebite" wearing religious garb. That's my experience anyways. It's sad and really a silent betrayal of Christ and His Church.

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