|Gramick poses with lesbian Barbara Johnson(left), the charming lady who is so beloved of Bishop Barry Knesthout and Cardinal Wuerl|
If he does I may call the Vatican press office in Rome and ask why they might tell me why he is silent on, among many other things too numerous to elaborate here, Miss Asia Bibi, sitting on death row in Pakistan.
Magister discusses what seems to be a sort of "revolving door" for homosexuals at Rome which if true does not bode well. It would seem to be another indication that Francis is deaf to the pleas of thousands of Catholic laymen that he reject this new tolerance of perversion, one of the deadliest of mortal sins.
Says Magister about the ubiquitous Gramick:
"For the record, in Saint Peter’s Square on Ash Wednesday, February 18, a group of Catholic homosexuals from the United States will join Jeannine Gramick, the Notre Dame sister who together with her countryman Robert Nugent, a Salvatorian religious, was the object of a 1999 notification from the congregation for the doctrine of the faith - of which Joseph Ratzinger was cardinal prefect at the time - that prohibited both from carrying out “any pastoral work involving homosexual persons,” since the “errors and ambiguities” in their statements and activities concerning the teaching of the Catholic Church in this matter are “not consistent with a Christian attitude of true respect and compassion” for those persons"
The Homosexual Mafia using Gramick as its front man has thrown down yet another perfumed gauntlet at the feet of the Pope. They will prance and mince before him demanding...what, exactly?That he will bless their tragically disordered lives? His response to this if it is consistent with his recent actions will no doubt enlighten a few more people that something is not right in Rome. If he refuses to meet her that of course would be news.
The photo above is repulsive. That Gramick chooses to cuddle up to lesbians and other sodomites tells us a little bit about her. When one gazes at the photo and recalls Gramick's ongoing campaign to legalize homosexual trysts as marriage I believe we are entitled to assume that she has some moral problems with regard to this unnatural vice. If it walks like a duck........etc.
The photo is also repulsive in that it brings to mind once again the cravenness of some high-ranking Churchmen when confronted by lesbian harpies like Barbara Johnson, pictured above with Gramick. When the noble Father Guarnizo had to refuse Communion to this monster at the funeral of her mother the monster made sure this upstart little priest would pay for not bending the knee toward Sodom. And pay he did. The despicable Cardinal Wuerl (I am sorry: there is no other word that describes this Cardinal), using his stooge Barry Knesthout, had Guarnizo booted out of his diocese and into that Siberia where all loyal priests end up who stand for what is right. George Neumayr wrote several articles on the Communion scandal and was besieged by the usual Modernist/Americanist Ku Klux Klan represented by the National Catholic Reporter as well as by dim bulbs on the Catholic Right. Even the terminally annoying Dr Ed Peters, self-styled infallible interpreter of Canon Law, weighed-in with articles supporting Wuerl and dripping with condescension towards the Great Unwashed who disagree with him. (Peters was subsequently laughed off the stage when genuine Canon Law experts refuted his thin arguments.)
And all that happened when Benedict was still Pope. No one from Rome on down came to Father Guarnizo's defense or put Wuerl in his place. Now that Francis is Pope and his Bastard Synod is still cooking its indigestible stew for this October it will be quite revealing to see how he will react this Ash Wednesday to a troop of sodomites marching to Rome to meet with him. Will these misguided souls receive the tough love of mercy which compels them to give up their vice, or will they receive the false mercy of love without correction?
If it is the second kind of mercy they receive from Francis, the Church will continue its sad and desolate Way of the Cross: its agony.