Dear Catholic friends, please come, bring family and friends, and those who are searching for the Truth.
Let us, celebrate this great Feast together, as part of the Church, as members of Christ's Mystical Body.
|The evil Theodore McCarrick:|
Sexual pervert and Homosexual rapist
…God became human that humans might become God. Our deepest desire is to participate fully in the erotic life of God, to be immersed so totally in love that the Divine Life and our own become the same.
The encounters with the resurrected Lord intensify the limitations and reductions of modern conceptions of sexual difference and sexual orientation, limitations first seen at the transfiguration. Jesus’ body is not only queer in its fluidity, openness, and excess; it is queer by how it relates to other bodies erotically, drawing them towards the Divine.
In this, the intimacy and eroticism are manifest. Jesus himself is guiding the hand of the fascinated Thomas toward his side. He is guiding the penetration of his wound, of the womb from which the church is born. Strictly, and anachronistically, speaking, this encounter is homosexual: it involves deep erotic intimacy between two people of the same sex.
|What married man cavorts with drag queens?|
|Justin Trudeau embracing a homosexual pervert wearing women's clothes|
|Justin Trudeau promoting abortion and denouncing pro-life Canadians|
The authors of the survey, Elismar Alves dos Santos and Pedrinho Arcides Guareschi, both religious of the congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer and both specialists in social psychology and with prestigious academic qualifications, conducted in-depth interviews with 50 theology students of these seminaries, coming away from them with results that are decidedly alarming.
First of all, the interviewees say, homosexuality in their seminaries “is a common thing, a reality ever more present.” So normal “that it even reaches the point of being trivialized.” It is the widespread conviction among them “that in reality 90 percent of seminarians today are homosexual.”
Some homosexuals - they say - “seek the seminary as a means of escape so as not to take on before their families and society the responsibilities connected to their behavior.” Others “discover that they are homosexual when they are already in the seminary,” finding a favorable environment there. And almost all of them, some say 80 percent “go in search of sexual partners".
Homosexuality, in fact - they state - “is a reality present in the seminaries not only in the order of being, but also in the order of practice.” Many practice it “as if it were something normal.” The authors of the survey write: “In the vision of the research participants, in the present context of the seminaries a good part of the seminarians are in favor of homosexuality. And, even more, they maintain that if there is love in a homosexual relationship, there is nothing wrong. They say: ‘’If there is love, what harm is there?’
|Open mockery of Our Lord Jesus Christ at Toronto City Hall|
"loneliness can become agony, a scream of pain…life no longer flows in recognizable patterns…such a person feels completely cut off from everyone and everything” (p. 9). “Loneliness is not the same thing as solitude. We can be alone yet happy, because we know we are part of a family, a community, even the universe itself. Loneliness is a feeling of not being part of anything, of being cut off” (p. 33).Today, when you pray for Jean's noble soul, also offer a prayer for the disabled, the vulnerable, the abandoned, the lonely...