News Item: : THIS is Clericalism!
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Thursday 23 August 2018 - 13:24:04

No Wuerl, but the Whirl: At the launch of the World Meeting of Families, Cardinal Kevin Farrell said he is always open to respectful dialogue. Well, I wonder how that's working out for the more than 16,000 faithful - and yet totally ignored - Catholics who petitioned for the disinvitation of the event's radically dissenting homosexualist, James Martin SJ?

In his Francis-backed capacity as Prefect of the Vatican's Dicastery for Laity, the Family and Life, Theodore McCarrick's long-time friend and house-mate, Cardinal Kevin Farrell, has given a press conference which provides a very clear indication of the agenda running right through the World Meeting of Families in Ireland.

Having claimed to be ''open to respectful dialogue with everybody'', Farrell continued his theme with an obvious allusion to James Martin SJ's homosexualist book, Building a Bridge, by opining: ''We have to learn how to deal with each other, and the most important aspect of dialogue and building bridges is to listen to people. We don't all have to agree with each other every time; we don't all see the world, or the future of the world or the changing culture of the world in the same way.''

He went on: ''I have always in my life tried to listen and enter into communication and dialogue with all groups of people.''

In light of that, we must ask: Why has the petition calling for the disinvitation of the event's keynote speaker - and radical dissenting homosexualist - James Martin SJ, so far been totally ignored; even though that petition has been signed by more than 16,000 concerned and faithful Catholics?

This mystery calls to mind the time when half-a-million of the faithful signed the famously ignored petition, calling on Francis and the Synod Fathers to uphold and reinforce Church teaching on marriage at the infamous Rome Synods.

Now this, my friends, is the very definition of Clericalism!

In light of this careful engineering of consent, it becomes clear that, in its own unique way, the World Meeting of Families in Ireland is shaping up to be no less of a grotesque parody of orthodox Catholicism, than the disgusting Met Gala in New York ever was.

Just ask yourself this: Do you really imagine that the Holy Family would be truly welcome, or even likely to wish to attend, an event which so deliberately subverts Church teaching as this?


May the Holy Family - pray for us!

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