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How Long Before Father James Martin SJ Comes Out As An Open/Active Sodomite? July 19, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, cultural marxism, different religion, disaster, error, General Catholic, horror, pr stunts, priests, Revolution, scandals, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.

Discuss.  He may as well come out, he’s done everything but put up a billboard attesting to his proclivities and, probably, unchastity.

But the Vatican’s got his back, at least the heresiarch/demoniac Fr. Tom Rosica does.  I doubt Rosica says or does much of anything without clear direction from Francis.  You do the math.

One day, and that day may not be as far off as we fear, traitors/double agents like Martin and Rosica will be pitied and reviled by all good souls and even the Church as an institution. God will bring this revolution of self-interested sexular paganism in the Church to an end.  It’s only a matter of time.

How many souls are led to eternal suffering by the lies and errors of these men, however, is too terrible to contemplate.  May God have mercy on us all.

To know why former Dallas Bishop Kevin Farrell got his red hat, consider this: he endorsed Martin’s immoral book:

Who else do we find endorsing Fr. Martin’s 2017 repackaging of the New Ways message of the 1990’s? None other than three of Pope Francis’ most recent episcopal appointments: Cardinal Joseph Tobin of Newark, New Jersey; Cardinal Kevin Farrell, Prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life; and Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego, California.

Farrell is a hardcore modernist and worker of amoral revolution in the Church and against all the souls alive in the world today. Whatever he pretended to be while Benedict was still Pope to get an appointment in Dallas is long gone.  But what would we expect from a protege of McCarrick?

And I’ve been reliably informed that Farrell more or less hand-picked his successor, our current Bishop Edward Burns.  Yippee.

UPDATE: Just read this in I Corinthians ii:

9 But as it is written: *That eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of man, what things God hath prepared for them that love him:

10 But to us God hath revealed by his Spirit. For the Spirit searcheth all things, even the profound things of God.

11 For what man knoweth the things of a man, but the spirit of a man that is in him? So the things also that are of God no man knoweth, but the Spirit of God.

12 Now we have received not the spirit of this world, but the Spirit that is of God, that we may know the things that are given us from God:

13 *Which things also we speak, not in the learned words of human wisdom, but in the doctrine of the Spirit, comparing spiritual things with spiritual.

14 But the sensual man perceiveth not the things that are of the Spirit of God: for it is foolishness to him, and he cannot understand: because it is spiritually examined.

Martin, Rosica, the rest of their ilk, and, yes, Francis, are sensual men.  To them, the things of the Spirit, the constant belief and practice of the Church, are foolishness, because they have neither eyes to see, nor ears to hear.  They are blinded and deafened by their attachment to the “pleasures” of this world, and to its master.



1. Baseballmomof8 - July 19, 2017

I think he will continue to telegraph while not actually coming out. Notice how so many sodomites in the hierarchy do the same… there is still some wincing by even nominal Catholics when a man totally outs himself.

2. The Lord's Blog - July 20, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog.

3. Augustine - July 20, 2017

I was hoping Bp. Burns would be a moderate. Only time will tell but we still have those reactionary 30.06 signs (read targets) on all of our churches…

Not surprised by Farrell – he’s open borders and anti 2A. Makes sense that we would toe the line for the Lavender Lobby as well. We must pray for all of them.

4. dymphna - July 20, 2017

I keep expecting to hear the announcement any day now.

5. TLM - July 20, 2017

I have recently read at many different faithful blogs that state that as it stands in 2017 there many more active homosexuals in the Vatican than not. In fact there are a few inside the Curia that say that there are only a hand full of truly faithful clerics left. One is on record for saying it’s ‘worse than it’s ever been.’ So there you go! That’s the lay of the land in the Vatican. Fr. Z has called for a major exorcism of the entire Vatican properties. I concur.

Kathleen O'Regan - July 22, 2017

Not yet, wait for the cleansing. If they did it now, the place would just fill up with demons when they all come in the next day for work.

6. David - July 21, 2017

While I have noticed some good bishop appointments (Raleigh, Atlanta auxiliary, Allentown, Cheyenne, Rockville Center) as of late, I am concerned about others. The Lexington bishop recently spoke at a New Ways Ministry event and the new San Diego auxiliary is in the McElroy camp, having pastors a parish with a large LGBT congregation. Rocco Palmo also expressed concern about that. Memphis was another area I was concerned about, and the newer bishop of Pensacola Talahassee (he is an order priest big on social justice) seems strange, but Francis did a good job moving Parkes to Tampa-St. Petersburg.

As for Burns, I want to give him time. From what I have personally noticed this far is he likes to be around people. For example, Bishop Burns stayed the entire time at the CPLC dinner, and went out of his way to talk to the regular parishioners. He wasn’t looking for a photo opportunity or a public relations campaign. He also didn’t do a dine and dash with a quick canned speech.

I also noticed that several parishes this summer are preparing welcome packets for seminarians – that is the first time to my knowledge I have seen that in the Dallas Diocese. Again, I want to give Bishop Burns a chance.

Augustine - July 21, 2017

Agreed – I will be praying for him. He does seem very sociable and I read that he is universally liked/respected.

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8. Gc5341 - July 23, 2017

Pope Francis is a return to the liberal arrogance of Paul VI’s reign. JP II and Benedict kept the changes of Paul VI but put the brakes on further change.

We may be in for a long period of liberal disasters, maybe a 20 year period from Benedict’s resignation. My gut feeling from looking at Francis’ family history is that he will die soon probably before Benedict. Unfortunately his cardinal appointments will help guarantee another liberal.

This will ensure forcing on the church new ideas such as accepting openly practicing gay clergy, women priests or whatever other diabolical scenarios they can present.

It’s a shame that we have popes who are arrogant and not afraid of Jesus. This is why they make so many changes. These changes have caused many souls to go to hell. They forget the Lord wins in the end.

Now that we are at the 100 year mark from Fatima who knows maybe a punishment is coming. Punishment will be painful and scary but it would lead to the restoration of our church.

Tantumblogo - July 25, 2017

Good comment. Thanks.

9. Janice - July 25, 2017

One correction to a posted comment. This is not the first year that parishes have collected welcome baskets for the seminarians. This project has been going on for many years due to the work of the Holy Trinity Auxiliary of which I am a member. Maybe this was the first year for that perso’s parish.

David - July 25, 2017


I know there’s been a lot of support for seminarians through Serra (I was part of the Young Serrans) the Holy Trinity Auxiliary and some other organizations. This year in particular it seemed like more interest was taken at the parish level. My parish had something in the bulletin (I donated) and it seemed the word got out and quite a few parishes responded. Please take that as a compliment, and I appreciate your work for vocations.

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