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I’ll never figure out why gay activists think that showing their privates somehow furthers their beliefs.  But, hey, go for it.  Show us all how normal you are.

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More courage from the Austrian Cardinal.

If this is not the great age of Apostasy, I don’t know what is.  Ask yourself why this civil union fraud is popular among the bishops and cardinals (even though many of them won’t say it).

There are two principal reasons:

1) They are homosexual.

2) They prefer not to offend over accepting the persecution that will come if they defend the Gospel.

That basically sums it up.   Any bishop or cardinal advancing civil unions is, in my books, ripe for consideration for option number 1.  In fact, they should be confronted and asked the question to their faces.

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The flag that should be France’s:

Story here.

Older story here.


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That if there is to be any hope that we will not merely be laughed at (as happened last month at the U.S. Supreme Court) when we point out the common sense truth that gay “marriage” cannot really be marriage because marriage and procreation go hand in hand, and gays cannot procreate, it will only be because we are joyfully welcoming children into our own marriages; or because we have not deliberately rendered our own marriages sterile through mutilation or contraception; or because we ourselves have rejected the use of technologies that violently wrench the process of procreation from its only rightful place within the beautiful act of marital intercourse and transplanted it into to a laboratory.

And if there is to be any hope of not merely appearing ridiculous when we say that true marriage is infinitely better than gay “marriage” for children because it gives them both their biological mother and father and is more stable, it will only be because we ourselves have done the hard work of building stable, faithful marriages; or because we ourselves have not voluntarily deprived our own children of either their mother or father.

And if we are not to be scoffed at when we say that sex is “sacred” and only properly expressed within the confines of a marriage between a man and a woman, it will be because we ourselves are living emblems of the joy of living chastely; because we ourselves have rejected promiscuity, pornography, and infidelity; and because our pastors preach and our churches teach that sex is sacred and have refused to compromise with the culture of divorce and promiscuity.

In other words, if there is going to be any hope of saving traditional marriage, then we will have to discontinue this charade, in which all of us are implicated to one degree or another, of accepting or indulging in our favorite portions of the Sexual Revolution, but then complaining bitterly when the revolution leads precisely to where it promised to lead.

We simply cannot convincingly stand guard over the citadel while at the same time plundering its spoils. No. If we are ever to see the restoration of a culture of true marriage, then we are going to have to start being consistent. And that starts with you, and me, today. (Source)

At the end of the day, it’s all about the Sacraments of Separation.   Divorce and “Remarriage”, Adultery, Contraception, Sterlization, Abortion.  You can’t defend marriage, if you don’t know what it really means.  Deep inside the human consciousness, people can smell BS.   If you don’t really believe in marriage as the Catholic Church defines the term (whether you are Catholic or not), it’s only a matter of time before every filth and depravity enters human civilization and starts to tear it down, one child at a time.

Don’t bother with the politics or the legalities of the issue.  It’s a pipe dream to believe that people will practice what you preach when you preach something which is not really marriage, anyhow.

Only authentic witness and practice will change the culture. Only holiness and discipline.  Everything else is bullkaka, and the other side knows it, too.

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H/T Street Called Straight

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But the hotel banned the congregation from using the room after it received complaints from clients and members of the public who found its views on marriage “offensive”. Minister of Gilcomston, Reverend Dominic Smart said: “We were just going to have a church service. So much for the tolerant society. It made us feel hounded.”

Our very tolerant society where Christians are now the new niggers, second-class citizens.

On the positive side, the “hopey changey, spirit of vatican II” clerics who currently run the show in Christendom will quit, retire early,or  be pushed out.  Either way, only those devoted to the truth…to the point of complete loss of status, position, material wealth, and even death…will preserve their salvation.  It’s the price to pay for being lukewarm for the past 50 years.

Our future leaders will be lions. They will have no choice.  And the current regime will be just a historical nightmare

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Get used it.  It’s the new gay/pro-abort jihad against pro-lifers.  Eventually, it will spill into economics. Always does.

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Not all Gays are for The Agenda.

Every kid deserves a Mom and a Dad.

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I’m liking Pope Francis already.

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“There is no more mileage in this issue for the Catholic Church,” the editorial continued, “and the sensible course would be to put it on the back burner with the heat turned low – to make peace with the gay world and move on.” (Source)

And you wonder why these kind of fraudulent “Catholic” publications continue to exist.  Here’s a hint:

Just before the cardinal’s latest statement, a follow-up piece in last weekend’s Observer – the Sunday edition of the liberal Guardian – provided more details about the four men who came forward, one of whom said that while he “never wanted to ‘out’ Keith just for being gay… he has hurt others, probably worse, than he affected me. And that only became clear a few weeks ago.” (Source)

If something doesn’t look right and something doesn’t really make sense why it continues not to look right, don’t always assume the best intentions.

Former Bishop Lahey was also a “champion” of marriage too…just like Cardinal “Keith” was.

I have a few suspicions on who I think is Gay in the Canadian hierarchy too, but I can’t say anything unless I have hard proof.

I hope I never get that hard proof, because I’d hate to break it to you all that all that glitters is not gold.

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‘Gay Marriage Means You Can’t Have Our Orphans,’ Says Russia

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Opposition to The Jackboot Sometimes Pays Off

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Sal “Badaboom Badabing” Cordileone.

Wish we had more clear-headed prelates like him…

“Archbishop Cordileone cautions against over-using the term ‘gay marriage’, advising that it should be used “only sparingly” because it is a natural impossibility and if we keep talking about gay marriage we might fool ourselves into thinking it is an authentic reality, which only needs government approval to make it legitimate…”

The fact that our society is even considering this impossibility shows the disastrous consequences of separating the procreative and unitive purposes of conjugal sex through contraception. The absurdity of contraceptive sex introduces the greater absurdity of pseudo-same-sex marriage.

Give the writer a booby prize!

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A whole million of them oppose Gay “Marriage”.

Must be all bigots.

This debate is not over.  In fact, we can start to get momentum and bring it back here to Canada.


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Something to spark interest here.

And the French of all people!  Could we be seeing a Catholic revival?

Or perhaps even other corners….

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…Peillon also called upon regional education leaders to “scrutinize the Catholic debates and report any anti-gay views aired in them,” the Reuters news agency reported.(Source)

I see the French Gay Star Chamber is in session.  How anyone cannot see that sexual license is a direct threat to freedom is beyond me.  One can see the jackboot nature of these movements.  They are totalitarian in nature and seek to muzzle any dissent.

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…In the wake of the pope’s recent World Day of Peace address and Christmas address affirming that abortion and homosexual ‘marriage’ are incompatible with true peace, Mexico and Spain’s top bishops are seeking to renew the fight for the values of life and family in their countries.

Only days after Pope Benedict XVI released the text of the address, Mexico City’s Cardinal Archbishop Norberto Rivera Carrera held a press conference assuring reporters that the Catholic Church would continue the fight for the values of life and family—values that have been under attack by recent Supreme Court decisions permitting abortion and homosexual “marriage.”

“The Church will continue to proclaim and to follow this doctrine, this truth, this road of family as the unit of the society, of human life as a fundamental right, to those who wish to follow them, and others will follow other roads which we judge to be a way of death,” stated Rivera…. (Source)

It’s not so much what the Cardinal says the Church will continue to proclaim that has got me all excited.

It’s the nasty “judgement” that he makes about the “other roads”.

I’m just dizzy with euphoria over such a proclamation.  It means that the Church Militant is back in the game and unconcerned with offending the secular political establishment, and most especially, the Episcopate is bringing the words and the strut to go along with it.

¡Ándele! ¡Ándele! ¡Arriba! ¡Arriba! ¡Epa! ¡Epa! ¡Epa! Yeehaw!

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Brave New World knows no boundaries.

Same-sex “marriage” has helped create an industry of commodifcation of human beings.

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Benedict is pulling no punches.

He is speaking plainly and frankly.

What a refreshing change from the meely mouth slop we’re use to hearing.

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When I read this, and then this, my friends, the scam of belonging to the same religion becomes increasingly obvious.

“I don’t think a man can allow himself to be divided by his convictions,” Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe, president of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, said in an interview yesterday. “A politician cannot be totally schizophrenic. If he is, he is not being real.” Bishop Plouffe also cautioned all Catholic MPs to “think twice” before they vote on the contentious issue in the House of Commons. (Source)

But Justin is rabidly in support of same-sex “marriage”.  I guess his schizophrenia is different than the one +Plouffe mentioned above.  But then again, that was almost 10 years ago.  Bishops change.  Like the times and modernism.

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