Saturday, December 3, 2016

Papal Appointee Says Sodomy Can be a "Gift From God"

Update: since this individual has been active for the last year without any consequences, who's really in charge of the Catholic Church?

Edit: more campaigning for moral depravity from the evil infestation within the Church. What will the reaction to this be in Rome? More approval, of course. Of course Radcliffe has been this bad for years.

ROME, May 19, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) -- Pope Francis has appointed radically liberal, pro-homosexual Dominican Father Timothy Radcliffe as a consultor for the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.
The Holy Father made the appointment on Saturday, according to Vatican Radio.
Father Radcliffe, an Englishman, author and speaker, was Master of the Dominican order from 1992 to 2001, and is an outspokenproponent of homosexuality.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/vatican-appointee-says-gay-sex-can-express-christs-self-gift

23 comments:

  1. "An outspoken proponent of homosexuality" tells you all you need to know about him - and his sponsor.

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  2. I wish all the good Cardinals, bishops and staff in the Vatican (and it is still most of them), as well as those across the world would stand up this anti-Christ Pope Francis and say " We will NOT obey, we will NOT SERVE" UNDER YOU.
    I never thought I would say this, but I almost can no longer stomach the idea of being born a Catholic to se what it has become under this a.h. Francis. I was born when JP II was in office alitte over 10 years. He wasn;t bad. Benedict XVI I thought was tremendous, especially with the Liturgy and the way he presented himself as Pope. But Francis is scum scraped from the sewer, and so are his people....Radcliffe represents all that Francis is and believes. For appointing people like that, Francis should be thrown out of the Vatican...and the Church. Don't forget Monsignor Ricca too (the openly practicing sodomite gay Francis appointed.)

    Damian Malliapalli

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    1. Google "Assisi ecumenical gatherings JP2 Benedict XVI" and prepared to be surprised.

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    2. I think you speak very disrespectfully of the Holy Father.

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  3. As we say here in Dixie, fetch the rope.

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    1. [insert madcap cage meme, no, really?]

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  5. The photo tells me all I need to know about this lover of sexual perversion.

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  6. Please God, free us soon from Pope Francis.

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  7. Sin is never a gift.

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  8. Bergoglio is a devil or is possessed by one.

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    1. The Vatican is TEAMING with freemasons, and as their motto states: 'Satan must reign in the Vatican, and the Pope will be his slave.' Looks like we are 100% there now.

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  9. The Dominican Order really started to decline severely with the election of Radcliffe as Master General, although it had been in decline under his predecessors after Vatican II as well. Before Vatican II, the Dominicans had about 10,200 friars. Today, they have about 5,600. Where they are orthodox (few places), they are thriving (Poland, 1 Province in the USA, perhaps 1-2 other places). But in countries like France (except for the SSPX affiliated Dominicans), Italy, Spain, England, Ireland, Germany,Austria, most of USA, they are slowly dying out.
    Can anyone believe that before the disaster of the Protestant Reformation, there were over 22,000 Dominicans? And the same was true of the Franciscans and Augustinians as well. The Benedictines and their branches, and the Cistercians were even bigger! Even the strict Carthusians had about 4,500 monks before the Reformation. The Capuchins had over 23,000 members in the 18th century!
    The Reformation, wars, etc. wiped out 75% of most Orders by the 1860's. Even the Jesuits, which had been suppressed at the end of the 18th century and then re-constituted, only had 2,000+ in the 1840's-1850's.
    But these Orders were gradually recovering in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Then along came Vatican II, and men like Radcliffe, and now, on top of those disasters.....a pope like Francis.
    Since Vatican II, the declines started all over again...with some Orders, it is a fatal decline.
    The whole Church is in serious decline with men the likes of Radcliffe, and Francis.
    We must pray that the good Lord, who knows all, and knows when the crisis will end, will bless his Church in 2017 by removing one huge source of the crisis....Francis. With him gone to his reward,and a true Catholic Pope on the Throne of Saint Peter, men like Radcliffe will quickly disappear.
    Damian Malliapalli
    Damian Malliapalli

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    1. Donald J. Goergen, O.P. and his 1980's policy is when the Dominican order went downhill.
      My parents took us to a Dominican parish throughout the entire 1980's.
      The old validly ordained Dominican priest was a very intelligent holy Catholic priest.
      Fr.Donald destroyed that order almost singlehandedly.

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    2. Just out of curiosity, what are you going to do if 2017 comes and goes with no change? Do you think people put too much stock in the "Fatima Relief Effort?"

      -Minas

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    3. Personally I think many Catholics put too much emphasis on Fatima and other private revelation.
      We should learn by heart the entire deposit of faith.
      Private revelation is not required belief.

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  10. Radcliffe who wonders whether there is a Eucharistic moment in buggery! The decline in the Dominicans started before Vatican II but there have been positive signs more recently in England - think of Fr Aidan Nichols for a start.

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    1. I can't get past the "new rite of holy orders"
      Even if a man is ordained in the traditional rite,he is being ordained by a new rite bishop.
      I prefer the Thuc,Mendez,Lefebvre,
      Hnilica lines and,the clergy who have received holy orders from the 9 Duarte Costa line Bishops.

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  11. Perversion of mind goes hand-in-hand with perversion of sex.

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  12. I'm young enough to hope for a new, traditional minded Pope...or at least one positive to Catholic Truth and not a heretic like Francis. I feel sorry for others in my family not so young. Some relatives in India have started going to the Syrian Orthodox Church (small community in India, but also present throughout the Middle East). I go to the Greek Orthodox Church from time to time.
    But the root of the problem is Francis. With that "pope" gone, and perhaps a better one in, the Catholic Church will be Catholic again.
    One of my cousins who lives in Los Angeles and who is younger than me (25), hates Francis. He goes to Mass at St. Michael's NOrbertine Abbey, or to an SSPX chapel, or to a cloister of Carmelite nuns who have the Latin Mass on Sundays.
    Would I stay in the Catholic Church if, after Francis dies, they elect someone just like him? ---- No!
    Damian Malliapalli

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    1. I am Greek Orthodox. I can tell you that with Catholicism, Francis himself is not the main problem, is he "A" problem, Yes..but not the main one.
      He is a system of a much bigger rot inside the RCC, just like VII was not "A" problem, but a symptom. Francis was not created in a vacuume but is a symptom. Will Francis leaving or dying fix the problem? No, it will fix the symptom

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    2. Greek Orthodox anonymous,you're exactly right!! This has been going for over 60 yrs!!
      We have told Damian that over & over.

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  13. The guy is not in any way Catholic at this point so it's really just about him enjoying a paycheck and the lifestyle right? Nice junkets to Rome every year all expenses paid.

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