(Part 107)


October 30, 2015

Liberals are always turning the truth on its head. While liberals are the most intolerant of people, they actually accuse faithful Catholics of intolerance. While liberals hate faithful Catholics, they accuse us of being bigots and homophobes.

Now here is this gay Polish priest who was a member of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the Vatican (talk about the enemy within!), who was fired after he proudly announced his active homosexual relationship. He claims violence against homosexuals, when gays throughout the world have been the ones physically assaulting hapless Catholics at every turn. He says our condemnation of homosexual acts is diabolical, when he is doing the very work of the devil and active homosexuality itself is diabolical. He accuses us of causing immeasurable suffering to homosexuals when his and other gays’ homosexual lifestyles are the ones causing great suffering to our Church.

Get used to such distortions, supported by mainstream media that is also liberal. As your protection, know your faith. Do not be taken in by their glib (and forked) tongues. Defend your faith. Do not fall for the liberal persuasion of political correctness.


Ex-Vatican official says Catholic doctrine is ‘violence’ against homosexuals

October 28, 2015

The Polish priest who was dismissed from his Vatican post after announcing his homosexual relationship has written to Pope Francis, complaining that the Church causes “immeasurable suffering” to homosexuals and their loved ones.

Msgr. Krzysztof Charamsa—who, prior to his dramatic announcement earlier this month, had worked in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vatican’s doctrinal office—charged that Catholic doctrine is a form of “violence” against homosexuals. In a letter that was released to the BBC, he said that the Church’s condemnation of homosexual acts is “diabolical.”

Last week the Diocese of Pelplin, Poland, announced that Msgr. Charamsa has been suspended from ministry because of his conduct.


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