Adoptive Children of Perverts Baptized in Rio Cathedral -- Church Collapses Before Zeitgeist
Church caves to the Zeitgeist
(Rio de Janeiro) Last Sunday, the adoptive children of two perverts were baptized in the Cathedral of the Brazilian Archbishopric of Curitiba. In contrast to other ecclesiastical events, the baptism found great media interest. The media gave overall impression that the Church had changed its attitude to homosexuality (tacitly).There was no contradiction or a critical word about the life of the "parents" from the Church leaders obliged to say something.
Ecclesiastical surrender before the Zeitgeist
The sacrament of baptism applies to the infant, but the oblique tones in the case of Curitiba can not be overthrown. As in a similar case in Argentina, aberrosexual "parents" lack all insight from living in a state of serious sin. This is not a reason to deny children the baptism, but should be a warning signal, not to allow the instrumentalization of the baptism. As was already the case in the Argentine case of Cordoba, the opposite was the case. The baptism drew water on the mills of the gay lobby, while the Church leaders responsible did nothing to prevent the erroneous impression that the Church had changed its doctrine of homosexuality.
The local media gave the event a lot of space. The reason for this offered no increased interest in the baptismal sacrament, but only the aberrosexual "parents". The free newspaper Metro put a large picture of the baptism on the title page: "Baptism in the cathedral. Children of married gay boys receive the sacrament of baptism." The report was printed on page 3. A daily newspaper could not do more. The sensation for the media was not baptism, but that the Church decently accepted the aberrosexual context, and thus the rejection of essential parts of the Catholic doctrine of morality, sacraments, and human beings.
Church representatives surrender before the Zeitgeist. Some know, but are ignorant of fear, others sympathize openly with the Zeitgeist that is currently whistling a pervertophile song.
Known aberro activists
The two homosexuals Toni Reis and David Harrad are aberrosexual activists known in Brazil. They were the ones who won the "historic judgment" (Metro) before the Supreme Court in 2011 to allow aberrosexuals to adopt children. Since then they have adopted three children at the age of 12, 14 and 16 years. Alyson was adopted by them in 2012, the physical siblings, Jessica and Felipe in 2014.
According to Metro, Reis and Harrad had "difficulties" with the priests of some parishes. So all the more "happy" they were about the "sensitivity" of Archbishop Jose Antonio Peruzzo. They also thanked Cathedral Rector Elio Jose Dall'Agnol and Deacon Miguel Fernando Rigoni.
The Church leaders were able to foresee the slaughter of the event by homosexuals and the media, but the baptism did not take place with discretion, without the media and in a remote chapel, but in the bishop's church and without a critical word on the life of the "parents."
"I have no problem with that, because Pope Francis calls ..."
Metro quoted Don Luciano Tokarski, the head of the Biblical-Catechetical Commission of the Archdiocese. He said succinctly: "There have already been cases in other parishes, including children of married [lesbian] women. I have no problem with that." And further: "If you want baptism, you go to church. It comes not only because of a social event. They want Catholic life, wish to follow religion, and the Church is open to them.The task of the Church is not to condemn but to accept all. Pope Francis has demanded an attitude of acceptance."
As Metro announced, the "Catholic family" wants to visit Europe in July. The first stage was the Vatican, where they wanted to "get to know and greet" Pope Francis. Then they go on to England, where David Harrod comes from, who is Anglican.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Photo: Metro (Screenshots)
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