Cherchez Le Faggot

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The always excellent Gloria.TV has another clue (if the embedding does not work, click the link) as to the astonishing events in Paraguay. A bishop accused another bishop of being homosexual.

Look: when there is such a scandal as a homosexual bishop I would not condone, but expect other bishops to condemn loudly the filth within the Church.

Not in the age of mercy, of course.  in the age of mercy, a priest has to smell of filth. It makes him nearer to his (filthiest) sheep.

This one of the homosexual bishop can certainly have been used as an excuse. The Most Astonishing Hypocrite In Church History (TMAHICH) will make a scandalous faggot to the head of his papal household, but he will never tolerate an orthodox, Catholic bishop to criticise another homo.

This man is, very probably, beyond repair. We can only hope God rids us of him soon.

Bishop Livieres Plano is a Catholic bishop.

How un-pastoral!

Mundabor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on September 30, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. http://www.snapnetwork.org seems to think that Fr. U’s promotion in Paraguay had much to do with Bishop Livieres’ removal . SNAP states:

    “As is often the case, it was the blessed work of BishopAccountability.com and Abuse Tracker which exposed Urrutigoity’s promotion to vicar general resulting in a series of articles written by Grant Gallicho in Commonweal and the international condemnation of Livieres which forced Pope Francis to take action. Yet, “Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of Catholic officials – from pastors to prelates – have ignored or concealed clergy sex crimes [including Pope Francis] and many are still ignoring and concealing clergy sex crimes.” ( SNAP sept 27, 2014)

  2. I suppose that using Fr U as the rationale would have opened another can of worms.
    By the same token using Fr U’s acceptance and appointment as the once removed rationale for questioning how he ran his Diocese seems to have worked just fine.
    My question is why the heck did Livieres ever touch that hot-potato anyway?
    Was he poorly advised? RThat seems to be the general excuse today.

    • Good men generally make decisions in good faith, and for the best of everyone involved.
      Had a liberal bishop done the same, would the world not have spoken of “forgiveness”?

  3. As the young lady said at the outset “Evil!”

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