There is a Cancer in the Church


There is a cancer in the Church, and it has been allowed to grow unabated for decades. In 2008, Fr. Geoffrey Farrow, pastor of St. Paul’s Newman Center in Fresno, California, was suspended when he publicly spoke in favor of “gay marriage” in the state, and he subsequently admitted to being a homosexual himself (Source). In 2014, Fr. Bill Dickinson, who had been a priest for 25 years, came out as homosexual and left the Church, and he has since stated that 10-60% of Catholic priests are homosexuals (Source). In 2015, Fr. Warren Hall, an open homosexual, was removed from the campus ministry at Seton Hall University over pro-gay activities, but he was simply reassigned to Saints Peter and Paul Church in Hoboken, New Jersey (Source). Within a few months, however, Hall was stripped of those duties as well due to continued LGBT advocacy (Source). In 2015, Msgr. Krzysztof Charamsa (seen above)—secretary of the International Theological Commission of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith [Inquisition] and professor of theology at pontifical universities—announced that he was a homosexual in an active relationship (Source). In response to his subsequent dismissal, Charamsa accused Francis of hypocrisy because the priesthood is “full of homosexuals” (Source). Msgr. Charamsa would prove to be just the tip of the iceberg in the Inquisition, however, as Msgr. Luigi Capozzi was recently arrested while hosting a cocaine-fueled gay orgy in the Palace of the Holy Office [of the Inquisition] (Source). Capozzi is the secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, one of Francis’s closest advisers, and the Monsignor has actually been put forth for elevation to bishop by his superior (Source).

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