Skip to comments.RANDY ENGEL AND AN OPEN LETTER TO POPE FRANCIS
Posted on 12/11/2016 4:45:47 PM PST by ebb tide
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
On November 9, 2013, this reporter wrote an Open Letter to Pope Francis On a Papal Commission of Inquiry into Homosexuality, Pederasty
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. A member of the popes Council of Eight brought the Open Letter to the attention of the pontiff, and a short time later the Vatican announced the creation of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors (and vulnerable adults).
At the end of my 2013 Open Letter to Pope Francis, I wrote the following commentary regarding the use of the words coprophilia and coprophagia made in a news interview in 2012 by the then Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
It might surprise you Holy Father, that until quite recently, I still hoped that despite your obvious sympathy for the Homosexual Collective, you nevertheless might find some merit in the concept of a Papal Commission of Inquiry into Homosexuality and Pederasty which I have briefly described in this Open Letter.
Unfortunately, that glimmer of hope was wiped out when by chance a close friend of mine, Marielena Stuart, a multi-lingual journalist and creator of the exquisite blog, Roman Catholic World, sent me a copy of an interview you gave to Rome reporter Andrea Tornielli of the Vatican Insider on February 2012 while you were still Archbishop of Buenos Aires.
In an interview titled "Careerism and Vanity: Sins of the Church," Tornielli's last question to you was: Can you tell us how the Roman Curia is perceived from the outside?
And you, Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio, replied:
>>I see it as a body that gives service, a body that helps me and serves me. Sometimes negative news does come out, but it is often exaggerated and manipulated to spread scandal. Journalists sometimes risk becoming ill from coprophilia and thus fomenting coprophagia: which is a sin that taints all men and women, that is, the tendency to focus on the negative rather than the positive aspects. The Roman Curia has its down sides, but I think that too much emphasis is placed on its negative aspects and not enough on the holiness of the numerous consecrated and lay people who work in it.<<
Now the term "coprophilia" which you used spontaneously in the interview refers to a sexual perversion (fetish) by which a person derives sexual excitement from the presence of feces. The term "coprophagia" pertains to the actual act of eating excrement. Both paraphilias are commonly associated with homosexual behavior and are a regular feature of homosexual pornography.
That a bishop should so glibly refer to such disgusting and perverted practices in a public interview clearly indicates to me that you are not unschooled in the ways and dangers of sexual perversion, and hence, have no real need for me to instruct you on the perversity of homosexual behaviors, nor on the grave necessity of combating the Homosexual Collective and other forces of organized perversion.
And so it is with great sorrow that I bring this Open Letter to a close.
Whether or not it will have any salutary effect upon your pontificate, especially as regards the establishment of a Papal Commission of Inquiry into Homosexuality and Pederasty, only time will tell. ...
Sincerely in Christ, Randy Engel
It was, therefore, with a great sadness and deep sense of outrage that I saw that in the December 7, 2016, interview for the Belgian Catholic weekly, Tertio , the occupant of the Chair of Peter repeated the very same terms, coprophilia and coprophagia, in almost the same context that he used them more than four years ago in reference to the Roman Curia, before he became pope.
There is no question that the pope knew exactly what he was doing when he chose to deliberately link a disgusting and perverse nomenclature to the communication issue of false news. What other objective is there in doing such a dastardly deed than to desensitize the faithful to the horror of sexual perversion and to attempt to introduce perverted words and acts into normal Catholic parlance?
I called the pope out in 2013 in my Open Letter on this very subject, and Im calling him out again in 2016.
Francis needs to offer a prompt apology, first to God and then to the faithful Catholics everywhere, for his misuse of the Papal Office to promulgate such perverted and degrading terminology in a public forum. I respectfully suggest, for his eternal welfare, that the apology come sooner than later.
Sincerely in Christ
December 8, 2016
The man is sick and he badly needs help, both spiritual and mental.
Agree 100%. At a time in history when the Church needed a strong shepard we were given a priest who could care less about Catholic doctrine. I knew the minute I found out he was Jesuit schooled in liberation theology we were in for a long, hard ride with Bergoglio at the helm. I pray every day that he’ll retire early. The longer he remains pope the worse off the Church will be and the damage he has caused might already be irreparable.
ebb tide wrote:
*The man is sick and he badly needs help, both spiritual and mental.*
If his ‘spiritual’ help should be somewhat successful, that would then negate the reason for mental health evaluations?
Pray for Papa Francisco...
This man is destructive of the Faith. He needs to resign NOW, unless his objective is to destroy the Church and its standards.
Notice that this imposter never talks about people’s need to accept Christ as Savior.
Randy is on target focusing on a $200 charity that once fought polio but now pushes to abort children it deems likely to be born prematurely, a solution that causes premature birth. http://www.presentation-r2l.org/abortion-doesnt-prevent-it-causes-subsequent-premature-birth/
But Randy’s Rite of Sodomy repeats an Italian homosexual activist’s claim that Paul VI was homosexual, something a homosexual activist claimed about Benedict XVI.
This Pope will turn 80 this month. I see him stepping down in the next year or two.
This begs the question...
Is the pope gay?