I wonder what brought this on?
Actually, it was the Irish priest who outed himself from the pulpit last weekend. I mentioned it here.
What was the statistic Jeannine Gramick cited? 40%-50% of priests are gay? And she and a whole bunch of others think they should all come out. That doesn't mean they are sexually active - I hope - but either way, if they all Got. Out. who would be left? What would be left?
I sometimes wrote on how homosexuals weren't supposed to be admitted to seminary or religious life, but despite the rules, they have been admitted and most likely continue to be admitted. I have no control over that ... Then there are so many questions. What if they used to be gay but are now just SSA? What if they were notoriously gay - but now just have another job that keeps them busy after parish office hours? What if they are gay and celibate - like gay-Catholics - and the actually say gay? Then Michael brings up the fact there are gay bishops and gay friendly bishops - then what do you do? What if you want to report a suspicious priest? Or request that a Courage chapter be established in the archdiocese and he won't let you because he's against it? What to do?
What to do Michael Voris?
I just want to be able to receive the sacraments and go to Mass - oh - and when I'm dying, please call a priest. Make sure it's not a woman though.
If it's not one thing it's another, isn't it?