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Chair of katholyc Fordham U theology department fake marries another man….. July 6, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Basics, disaster, Ecumenism, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, Papa, persecution, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.

……Cardinal Dolan yawns, does nothing, university praises his actions.  He was “wed” in an episcopal church, which church just contradicted their long-promised stand of never actually “sacramentally marrying” people of the same-sex, while holding out some similar ceremony of “union.”  That stand didn’t even persist for a week after the apparently all-knowing, all-powerful Supreme Court decision.  More on that in a bit, including my prediction for the future of the Episcopal Church, USA.  But first, the sodomite theology chair:

The chairman of the theology department at Fordham University has gotten married—to another man.

The New York Times, which up until a few years ago, declined running wedding announcements involving same-sex couples, reported that J. Patrick Hornbeck II “married” Patrick Anthony Bergquist Saturday at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan. The ceremony took place June 27, just a day after the US Supreme Court legalized same-sex “marriage” nationwide. That would not have been necessary legally, since New York State has allowed gay “marriage” since 2011. But the ceremony was conducted before the Episcopal Church in America voted this week to allow same-sex “marriage” rites in its churches.

When asked whether Fordham was concerned about having a professor of theology whose lifestyle choice is in opposition to the teaching of the Catholic Church about marriage, a spokesman for the university said Hornbeck has the right to get married. [That does not answer the question.  Fordham is in NYC. Cardinal Dolan reported he was positively giddy over the marriage, and couldn’t wait to clap Hornbeck on the back with his bear paw and say “good for you!”]

“While Catholic teachings do not support same-sex marriage, we wish Professor Hornbeck and his spouse a rich life filled with many blessings on the occasion of their wedding in the Episcopal Church,” said Bob Howe, Fordham’s senior director of communications. “Professor Hornbeck is a member of the Fordham community, and like all University employees, students and alumni, is entitled to human dignity without regard to race, creed, gender, and sexual orientation.” [First of all, getting “married” outside the Church used to be grounds for excommunication, removal of which was reserved to the Sovereign Pontiff.  Secondly, he’s double-excommunicate by publicly declaring his support for the evil of sodomy.  But the hard-hearted PR man ignored the real question and gave public scandal for the 50,000th time by playing up this grave offense against God and nature.]

Howe emphasized that same-sex unions are “now the law of the land, and Professor Hornbeck has the same constitutional right to marriage as all Americans.” [As I said, they will never tire of throwing this in our faces, as if a national law somehow has any bearing on the solemn Doctrine of the Faith.]

…….In 2014, Hornbeck participated in a symposium at Fordham titled “Who Am I to Judge? How Pope Francis Is Changing the Church.”…….

“American Catholics and their church have not been on the same page for some time,” said Hornbeck. “But now the pope is opening up space for dialogue.”…….[Enjoy your dialogue while it lasts.  I pray for your conversion, you can dialogue until your last breath but then you will face He Who will have no care for your self-serving sophistries, save for how they wounded His Body, the Church.]

As to the Episcopalians, via LifeSiteNews, the folly of collegiality and “democratic governance” revealed:

The bishops of the U.S. Episcopal Church gave the green light last week for clergy to perform same-sex “weddings,” in a heavily-debated fundamental change set to come in the door incrementally.

As of November 1 of this year homosexual couples will have the right to be “married” in the church, the result of new liturgies for same-sex couples approved Wednesday at the denomination’s General Convention in Salt Lake City. [Well we can see from the above some just couldn’t even wait that further 4 months]

The bishops also accepted changing the church’s canons (rules) governing marriage, to make them gender neutral, thus replacing the terms “man and woman” with “couple.” [You hate filled bigots, you make me sense!  Who are you to deny marriage to a thruple, or quadruple, or any random group of people who exchange bodily fluids in a soiree that has even the demons blushing?]

Episcopal clergy however, will be allowed to refuse to perform a homosexual “marriage” with the promise they would not be penalized, and individual bishops were also given the right to refuse to allow same-sex ceremonies to take place in their diocese. [This won’t last 3 years]

The compromise is angering Episcopalians on both sides of the issue, with liberal factions potentially trying to block the plan and insist on the immediate introduction of same-sex “marriage” with no way for dioceses to opt out, and conservatives likely to reach out to overseas leaders in the wider Anglican Communion for help in getting the church to stop.

My prediction: the sect that calls itself the Episcopal Church USA will split and resplit and cease to exist, for all practical purposes, within the next 10 years or so.  It already barely exists, with the median Sunday attendance less than 100 in its churches, but the older liberal membership is rapidly dying off, or simply losing interest, while the relatively few conservatives who remain are finally facing the reality that whatever hopes they held that the Episcopal Church might come back to its senses are increasingly forlorn.  In trying to please everyone and always be right at the cutting edge of the leftist zeitgeist, they’re losing everyone.

However, if you recall, Pope Francis, while still Cardinal Jorge, deplored Anglicanorum Coetibus and the Ordinariate, complaining to the local Anglican (ahem) bishop in Buenos Aires how wrong-headed it was to try to bring souls into the Church Christ founded.  Soooo…….we’ve got that going for us.


1. Baseballmom - July 6, 2015

“[Enjoy your dialogue while it lasts. I pray for your conversion, you can dialogue until your last breath but then you will face He Who will have no care for your self-serving sophistries, save for how they wounded His Body, the Church.]”
BEST COMMENT EVER!!!!!! Sums up the end game perfectly.

2. Don - July 6, 2015

I had posted this info on Father Z’s blog a few days ago. Fordham, like virtually all “Catholic” colleges/universities in America, sold out the faith long ago. Notre Dame and Obama comes to mind. And well before that, as none of the bishops told them you are either Catholic or you are not. How this guy, at 33, became chair of the theology department is probably quite interesting. Probably sodomite influence behind that. And behind that influence is the father of lies.

The Episcopal ‘church’ has been dying for some while now, this is another nail in its coffin.

Tantumblogo - July 6, 2015

I know I used to be one!

3. camper - July 7, 2015

For the despicable Dolan, it’s sulfur, sulfur, sulfur for all eternity.

kimzef2015 - July 7, 2015

I know a great way to revitalize and repopulate the Episcopal church—-send all pro-abort, pro-sodomy Catholics into their fold!!

kimzef2015 - July 7, 2015

The episcopalians can have Dolan and Francis too!

camper - July 8, 2015

Good for you! 😀

4. David - July 7, 2015

I need to read the reaction from the Cardinal Newman Society. Patrick Reilly is a Fordham graduate, and he openly discusses the dissent on the Fordham campus.

Those of you reading this do not send your children to Fordham, Georgetown, St. Josephs in Philly, De Paul in Chicago, Marquette, one of the CINO colleges in San Antonio.

Tantumblogo - July 7, 2015

I can vouch for San Antonio. All the colleges there are thoroughly secularized and radicalized. They are deadly dangers to the Faith. Avoid them like the plague.

Their radicalism mirrors the deep secularization of the entire archdiocese.

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