Friday, March 2, 2018

Vatican Perverts Issue Gym Jesus Stamp

German prelates are reminded of their man crush on Archbishop Georg Gänswein:

The anonymous author of the short review said the image of Jesus would make women’s hearts race, adding that the youthful-looking Savior cast in the shade one German prelate known for his handsome looks.

The Easter stamp at least is decorated with a gym-Jesus with muscle-packed arms and toned upper body which causes women's hearts to beat faster and makes [German Archbishop] Georg Gänswein look old,” states the German bishops’ website.

One thing we can all take to the bank, we won't be seeing pornographic images of the Blessed Mother. She is safe from the sexual attractions of the Romans.


Anonymous said...

Strange ,the Head looks like it does not belong to the Body,to me it depicts the deformity of teachings contrary to the Words of Christ .

Kathleen1031 said...

It's a gay man's dream, not really a woman's. Contrary to popular belief, women don't find muscle bound men that appealing. It's a man's misconception of what women want. In addition, it is men who are visually stimulated, not women. Gay men probably find muscular men super attractive.
Since the review on the stamp was anonymous, by definition we don't know who wrote it, but it is weird and odd to mention Ganswein in that way. Good grief. Someone open the window so they can all fly out. The stamp is overtly sexual, like everything promoted by this diabolical church. You can't even have a nativity scene without the obligatory gay man front and center.

Anonymous said...

The "fun" just never ends.


Michael Davitt said...

Thank you TTC. Love your comment:

"One thing we can all take to the bank, we won't be seeing pornographic images of the Blessed Mother. She is safe from the SEXUAL ATTRACTIONS of the Romans."

Michael Dowd said...

The Vatican has clearly come out of the closet in 'drama queen' sort of way.

TLM said...

Kathleen is correct.....women don't particularly find 'muscular' looking 'gym men' that much of an attraction. And yes, indeed, the sodomites that litter the Vatican and the Church in general sure do!! To blaspheme Our Lord Jesus in this way is something I would have never DREAMED in my wildest dreams to happen. But, this is exactly where we are!!

:) I like your comment Michael Dowd...."The Vatican has clearly come out of the closet in a 'drama queen' sort of way."

Anonymous said...

homosexual clergy have been in the closet since before St. Peter Damian and "liber gomorrahianus." Well, I guess they're taking over, now.

Then again, perhaps they've always been in control. I'm thinking of Pope Paul VI and Cardinal Spellman of N.Y.

Anonymous said...

It seems to me that the only time that Jesus would want to be displayed naked is on the cross.

Mary Kay said...

Kathleen seems right to me. To take it further, many women do not like the soft face with wavy, soft hair approach, either. It does not go with the muscle-bound body except in a very forced gay sort of way. The Vatican is working so fast at the whole perversion/change everything sort of way, it makes me anticipate a fast-approaching explosion. Or maybe implosion.

Anonymous said...

U.S. Catholics Continue to View Pope Francis Favorably, Survey Shows

By Ian Lovett
March 6, 2018 10:00 a.m. ET
Pope Francis remains broadly popular with Roman Catholics in the U.S., according to a new study from the Pew Research Center, but a growing number of Catholic Republicans are concerned about the direction of the church under his leadership.

Overall, 84% of Catholics in the U.S. hold a favorable opinion of the pope, a figure that has changed little since 2014, the first full year of his papacy. The survey says that 9% view him unfavorably. His approval rating among American Catholics remains higher than it ever was for his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI.

Still, signs suggest diminishing support for Pope Francis among his American flock. Thirty-four percent now believe the pope is “too liberal,” up from 19% in 2014; 58% say he is changing the church for the better, down from 68% four years ago.

Among conservatives, the drop in support is far steeper: 55% of Catholics who identify as Republicans called Pope Francis “too liberal” in the 2018 survey, compared with 23% in 2014.

With his focus on combating climate change and welcoming immigrants—and his conciliatory comments about gay priests—Pope Francis has been welcomed by liberal Catholics as a needed reformer. Conservative bishops, meanwhile, have bristled at some of the changes he has sought to make, especially his teaching suggesting that divorced Catholics could receive communion in some cases.

In addition, the Pew survey found no indication of an uptick in weekly Mass attendance since Pope Francis took over in March 2013, something some Catholics had hoped his election would inspire. The survey says 38% of U.S. Catholics now regularly attend Mass, down from 41% the year before he became pope.

The percentage of Catholics who believe he is doing a good job “spreading the Catholic faith” has fallen to 45% from 55% in 2014.

Chad Pecknold, a professor of theology at the Catholic University of America, said that although Pope Francis remains widely popular, the falling numbers on spreading the faith reflected one of the major struggles of his papacy.

“When it comes to the popularity of popes, few data points matter more than how he is doing spreading Catholic faith and morals,” he said. “A 10% drop in confidence in his preaching the faith can probably be read as a direct consequence of the confusion and ambiguity around the two synods on the family.”

Also, approval for his handling of sex abuse in the church has fallen 10%, following a recent outpouring of public anger about his defense of a Chilean bishop accused of covering up abuse. Pope Francis subsequently sent the Vatican’s leading sex-crimes investigator to Chile to look into the case.

The declines on both issues cut across the political spectrum, Mr. Pecknold said.