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August 10th, 2017

Is the Vatican a Giant Bath-house?

There can now be little doubt that the Vatican, up to the highest level,  is infested with sodomites.

When Pope Benedict XVI spoke of “so much filth”, this was surely what he meant.  How the faggot fraternity managed to infiltrate themselves into positions of authority is a mystery, but they must have been a powerful force there for a very long time, possibly even before Vatican II.  I wouldn’t go quite so far as American blogger Ann Barnhardt, who described the Vatican as a giant bath-house, where “they’re all sodomites”. But unnatural vice does appear to be endemic there.

The latest scandal involves Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, an expert in canon law, who organised a cocaine-fuelled homosexual orgy in a building next to St Peter’s basilica. His boss, Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio,  had earlier recommended that Capozzi be made a bishop.

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                            Mgr.  Capozzi (left),  Cardinal Coccopalmerio (centre) and Pope Francis

Then there is Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, whom  Pope Francis recently appointed to head up the Pontifical Academy for Life. Some years ago  Archbishop Paglia paid a homosexual artist to paint a blasphemous homoerotic mural in his Cathedral of Terni-Narni-Amelia  . The mural includes an image of the archbishop himself. I’m not reproducing the mural here, but you can find it on LifesiteNews.Com if you really want to see it.

It’s not just in the Vatican that homosexuality is rife. This cri de coeur, obviously by a disgusted curate in Britain or possibly the US,  is from the combox of Fr Ray Blake, who had written a post deploring the way the BBC never misses an opportunity of  extolling “the gay lifestyle”:

Fr Ray , if you were an orthodox Catholic priest assigned to a “Gay Friendly” parish, you would find yourself feeling bullied not only day after day, but night after night. You would notice that the Rainbow on the Parish Welcome Board was bigger than the Cross. You would be expected to celebrate Mass with Rainbow Vestments. Your gay-friendly Parish Priest would label you a prehistoric monster and advise you that the kind of “dialogue” you wanted to enable on issues of sexual morality was non PC…The only kind of dialogue required was one which accentuated the positive aspects of homosexual lifestyle. Such is the state of the Church today. The “Catholics for Gay Lifestyle” clergy juggernaut has now come out. And intends to broke no opposition. It is no coincidence that Cardinals,  Bishops and Priests who are now openly promoting homosexual lifestyle are also the ones who are ok with divorce for Catholics. Co-habiting likewise receives their blessing. No word of authority from Pope Francis to correct the errant and strengthen the brethren in the true faith. Am I to believe then that these Cardinals Bishops and Priests who promote gay lifestyle are clerics in good standing?

 

 

 

 

One comment

  1. “……has there ever before been a Roman Pontiff who showed such disdain for what the Church has always taught and believed and practiced- on such bedrock issues as the nature of marriage and of the Eucharist?”.

    {Catholic Culture.org)

    The present Pope, however , promotes his own view on divorce and remarriage. With A.L. he has thrown wide open the door to relativism in the Catholic Church.Due to the (deliberate ?) vagueness of A.L. we now have the farcical situation in this matter of what is wrong in one country being not wrong in another-depending on the interpretation of the local bishop.Our Divine Lord Himself-“What therefore God has joined together, let no man put asunder”…..And “Whoever divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery against her; and if she divorces her husband and marries another he commits adultery. Bishop Andreas Laun of Salzburg-“There is no such thing as a double truth……” The Bible condemns again and again in the strongest possible terms, murder,adultery,blasphemy,sodomy,theft and St.John Paul II tells us that these are acts which are intrinsically evil in all places,at all times,under all circumstances.

    Vagueness and all that goes with it, may be emanating from the Vatican at the present time, but there is no vagueness whatever in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

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