Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Gay Friendly Pope

Pope Francis gets the stamp of approval from Father James Martin, SJ:   WASHINGTON, D.C., November 7, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Vatican consultant and homosexual activist priest Fr. James Martin stated at a recent conference that Pope Francis has gone out

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Gomorrah

Sandro Magister looks at how the Church has dealt with widespread sexual immorality among the clergy in the past:     “The situation is comparable to that of the Church in the 11th and 12th century.” As an authoritative Church

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Paragraph 150

What the so called Youth Synod was truly all about, boiled down to paragraph 150 of the closing document:   150. There are questions relating to the body, affectivity and sexuality which require a deeper anthropological, theological and pastoral elaboration,

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Chaput

The intervention of Archbishop Chaput at the Youth Synod:   Brothers, I was elected to the synod’s permanent council three years ago. At the time, I was asked, along with other members, to suggest themes for this synod. My counsel

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Donald R. McClarey

The Gay Elephant in the Sacristy

In the wake of the McCarrick revelations many clerics have taken pen in hand to see if they can sucker, yet again, the Laity.  They write gravely of review panels, protecting minors and everything under the sun except the one

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Donald R. McClarey

The Bitter Fruits of the Lavender Mafia

Professor Anthony Esolen at The Catholic Thing  sums up what the well protected Lavender Mafia has done to the Church: And now this, about Cardinal McCarrick. 
The cardinal, choosing his words precisely, says he has no memory of ever having engaged

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Donald R. McClarey

Cardinal McCarrick

It has come out that Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been credibly accused of sexually abusing a minor fifty years ago.  What has also come out is that he was in the habit of bedding handsome seminarians and calling them his

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A Pope For The Lavender Mafia

    Dave Griffey at Daffey Thoughts ponders the Pope’s call for Catholics to apologize to gays.   And it is us.  Not that there is anything wrong with the occasional sermon that looks out on the congregation and proclaims

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When a Kiss Is Not Just a Kiss

Hattip to commenter Phillip. Further proof that there are some very sick puppies among the powers that be currently at the Vatican: In a bizarre sequence of events, the German edition of Vatican Radio published a cover photo of two

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Vatican Lavender Mafia in Charge

      Pat Archbold at Creative Minority Report gives us the news that the Lavender Mafia is alive and well at the Vatican:     Number one. From Radio Vaticana. “The Bishop of Trier, Stephan Ackermann, criticizes offers to “heal”

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Lavender Mafia Alive and Well at Vatican

    A story in The Guardian indicates that the Lavender Mafia is alive and well in the Vatican:   Elmar Mäder, who was commandant of the Guard from 2002 until 2008, said his time at the heart of the Vatican

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Cardinal O’ Brien and the Lavender Mafia

    If further confirmation were needed of the existence of a Lavender Mafia within the Church, homosexual clerics who promote and protect each other, the abrupt resignation of Keith Cardinal O’Brien, primate of Scotland, should provide it.  After news of

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Rembert Weakland and the Lavender Mafia

There are much musings in Catholic circles currently about the existence of a “Lavender Mafia” and that perhaps the resignation of the Pope is tied in with a report to the Pope by three cardinals of blackmail and corruption of homosexual clergy

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