Skip to comments.Catholic Expert Details 'Huge Homosexual Underground in the Church'
Posted on 02/27/2013 11:10:02 AM PST by marshmallow
KRAKOW, February 26, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) - A recent paper by a Ph.D. priest from Poland has been circling the globe in recent weeks and given heightened prominence by the recent revelations of a Vatican inquiry into a gay mafia inside the Vatican. Standing with the Pope against homoheresy, was written in late 2012 by Fr. Dariusz Oko, Ph.D., a priest of the Archdiocese of Krakow and Assistant Professor at the John Paul II Pontifical University in Krakow.
Fr. Oko notes that his discovery of a huge homosexual underground in the Church came from his work in philosophical criticism of homosexual propaganda and ideology, a study he was encouraged to undertake by various bishops and cardinals.
I began my work as a struggle against a deadly, external threat to Christianity, but then gradually discovered, he said, that the enemy is not only outside the Church, but within it, as well,
In his essay, the philosophy professor reveals his own run in with a homosexual clique in the Roman Catholic Church blocking justice for those abused by homosexual clergy, in this case a homosexual bishop.
I learned about Bishop [Juliusz] Paetz [Archbishop Emeritus of Poznań] by accident, from a seminarian who told me, all trembling from emotions and terror, about his having been molested by his own ordinary. He was at a brink of losing faith, as well as mental and spiritual integrity, relates Fr. Oko.
Our interventions at various levels of Church hierarchy were of no avail, however; we encountered a wall that could not be overcome, even in a case as self-evident as that, he explained. What finally broke through the wall, he says, was a tremendous commotion in the media and reaching the Pope himself.
Otherwise, everything was blocked at lower levels of local or Vatican hierarchy,.....
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Popes have been issuing orders against the homosexuals within the priestly ranks for centuries without noticeable effect so Benedict's decrees will not likely have much effect either on the homosexual lobby.
Coming soon to the military, once homosexuals reach a position of power they build a network that eventually becomes very difficult to root out once it takes hold, they are like termites.
That’s why it has to be nipped in the bud (as Barney Fife would say).
Sadly, my brother-in-law, an agnostic is referring to the conclave as a Namibia meetiing
yech, disgusting perverts. Infuriates me when he says treat the abusers with love. They are trying to destroy the church from within and are doing satan’s bidding.
I presume he means NAMBLA.
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I think the nipping time has passed.
I don’t know amuch about the catholic church. But from the outside looking in it looks like a hotbed of homosexuality and homophobia. They are also pretty cozy with the democrats. I don’t know how they stay in business.
U don’t want to see my text messages
Grace, lots of grace. Pius VI once told Napolean: “You silly little man, if we and our priests haven’t been able to destroy the Church in 1800 years, what makes you think that you can do it.” As one former protestant minister observed, if a protestant denomination were managed the way the Church is, it would be out of business in two weeks.
Where’s HIV when ya need it!
Most of your information probably comes through the media.
“I know you’re not actually wishing HIV on anyone.”
Yes, I actually am. But really only to those who abuse the young and unwary. And especially those in positions of power/authority who use that power and trust for their own selfish purposes. And REALLY especially for those who are supposed emissaries of God. Such abuse is far worse than the disease. It damages for decades, if not generations. Mother nature has created a way to deal with these aberrations. Let her handle it in her way, and we’ll pick up the slack when we can.
Woe to you who might wish evil upon others.
Seems like Jesus had something to say about not delighting in others misfortunes.
But then, perhaps you are not a Christian.