Sunday, May 31, 2015
Cardinal Raymond Burke, who was recently moved from a senior role in the Vatican to be patron of the Order of Malta, told the Newman Society, Oxford University’s Catholic Society, last night that he struggled to understand “any nation redefining marriage”.
Visibly moved, he went on: “I mean, this is a defiance of God. It’s just incredible. Pagans may have tolerated homosexual behaviours, they never dared to say this was marriage.”
The more I learn about the energy Enda Kenny put into turning Ireland into Sodom, the more accountable Fr. William Leahy of Boston College becomes to the demoralization of generations of Irish Catholics.
As readers here will remember, shortly after Enda unleashed abortion laws to devour Irish women and children, Fr. Leahy selected him to bestow B.C. Law School honorary degree for upholding Catholic doctrine in laws.
The defiant affirmation to Enda, whose intellect was clearly exhibiting the effects of sin needing absolution - i.e. the squash rot of finding virtue in slaying children - empowered Enda to continue on his reckless trajectory. Shortly after, Enda disclosed his shockingly pagan view of God and disbelief in the Sacraments.
For Fr. Leahy, when it came to selecting a man to honor for codifying Catholic values into laws, there's nothing like an apostate and murderer of children.
Sometimes, when I observe the vineyard from the big picture, it becomes clear that there is one particular person in a locus who is mass murdering souls with spiritual contagion.
I've always found the damage done by Fr. Leahy to generations of Catholic children, catastrophic. The empowerment he gave Enda that day has now borne its fruits in another country.
Boston prolifers put the squeezola on Cardinal O'Malley to boycott Fr. Leahy's massacre. Little did we all know the magnitude of the crime we steered him from leaving his fingerprints.