THE TENTH CRUSADE
Yes Carol, it's Bp. Lynch. But look on the bright side; he's got hos shirt and pants on! LOL!
It's him alright..I almost sent you this link, but I see you've already read the latest.. +
The ecclesiastical equivalent of Mumbles Menino....
LOL. Scout. See Text on Bishop Robert Lynch from The Rite of Sodomy *by Randy EngelChapter 14 “Homosexual Bishops and the Diocesan Homosexual Network”www.newengelpublishing.com/.../Text-on-Bishop-Robert-Lynch-from-The-Rite-of-Sodomy-for-Matt-C-Abbott.html
Even worse, he was the bishop when Terri Schiavo was being murdered in his diocese. He forbade his priests to visit her. I have the text of the letter that he issued, stating that the dispute over Terri's situation was a private matter in which the Church had nothing to say (???). She died during Holy Week. He skipped town that week. It is a violation of Canon Law for a bishop to be away from his diocese during Holy Week except in the case of dire emergency. After Terri's death, Lynch allowed her murderous "widower" to marry his shack-up girlfriend in a Catholic Church. What a guy!
Oh, my gosh, DC. Kyrie Eleison. It is like some sort of horror movie we are made to watch over and over. Thanks yous support the other day over at Good Jesuit Bad Jesuit. It was much appreciated :)
I can't tell you how scandalous it is to me that the Holy See has left, and continues to leave this wolf and predator in place in his see.In spite of the fact that his conduct and agenda has been overt, in spite of the fact that a male victim and former employee came forward and a suit settled for unwanted sexual advances, in spite of the fact that he has subsequently been pushing everything from pornographers to the culture of death, and running around town dressed like a slob, with his big fat belly hanging over his civilian pants and shirt - the dress of his office laying somewhere in a laundry basket or in a lump in his room - he destruction continues without intervention.Completely and profoundly unacceptable.
It is truly remarkable. I sometimes wish that I knew as little as I did when I reverted. I had NO idea what lurked within. I remember a family friend telling me about the horrors of the Society and I thought NO WAY. Man oh man, when I opened that door, it was so much worse than my friend had told me.Did you see that there was a guy recently expelled from Georgetown for refusing to attend their LGBTQ and whatever all else "sensitivity training". This is how entrenched we are w/ "the problem". Soon we will all be ushered into re-educaiton camps by our priests. Heaven help us. Really.
Maria,Even NY Times columnist Ross Douthat is challenging the secular despisers of religion:"If you want to fine Catholic hospitals for following Catholic teaching, or prevent Jewish parents from circumcising their sons, or ban Chick-fil-A in Boston, then don’t tell religious people that you respect our freedoms. Say what you really think: that the exercise of our religion threatens all that’s good and decent, and that you’re going to use the levers of power to bend us to your will."More disturbing are those holding ecclesiastical offices who share the goals of the secular despisers. The rabid secularists and their ecclesiastical dupes are in the early stages of constructing their Gulag for those nonconformists who insist on remaining true to the Church.
BN--I saw that. A little encouragement:One more recommendation based on S"t. Peter’s injunction. Be strong in your faith. This is not a pious cliché. It means that we exercise our faith, courageously undertaking what we believe God wants us to do and not be afraid of the consequences. The faith we need is the faith of living martyrs in our day. We are to be witnesses of the power of Christ as a divine exorcist and never allow ourselves to doubt that God’s grace in our lives is more powerful than all the demons of hell."Servus Dei John Hardon SJ
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