Of Display Windows, Vases, And Bitches

Not fit.

One of the most worrying signs of decaying Sensus Catholicus is the deterioration of a sane attitude towards homosexuals.

Let us say that some famous Catholic “pundit” did not say, for years, that he was a “recovering homo”. Kudos to him for that of course, but… why do you think he chose not to say it, until he had to confess himself before being outed? Not wanting to give scandal is a part of this, of course. However, and very obviously, sound Catholics discount a man with a homosexual past, no matter how repentant or healed.

Is this, we could further elaborate, unjust? This question should, I think, be answered in the usual way. Were our ancestors all wrong when they applied sound common sense to situations of real life? Were they “homophobic” then? Or are we all, very simply, stupid now?

I have never been afflicted by any sexual perversion and can, therefore, not speak out of experience. However, it seems crystal clear, to me, that homosexuality is pure toxin, absolute filthy evil, 100% cancer for the soul. It follows from this that any recovering, or recovered, homosexual is still gravely damaged and at constant risk of falling again; just like a recovered alcoholic would, but worse.

A person who becomes prey of homosexuality is like a once beautiful – when whole – vase that has been shattered in one thousand little pieces. If, by God’s Grace, this vase manages to be made whole again and put together in its one thousand pieces, the vase will not, upon repair, be fit for the display window.

Plus, there are other issues. It is widely reported – again, relata refero, then I have no “gay” friends, recovered or not – that people who suffer from such an affliction redefine the very concept of bitch.

How high is the risk, then, that such a recovered homo will carry out his bitchiness in his new life, actually becoming known among all who get in contact with him and his “apostolate” as… an atomic bitch? Worse still: is there not a risk that this overflowing bitchiness will be used as a valve, or rather as an excuse to keep feeling “good”, in case of relapsing in the old perverted habits?

I am not accusing anyone here. Firstly, because every situation is different. Secondly, because I wouldn’t want to be sued by one of those bitchy Catholic “leaders” who perhaps lost the vice, but certainly kept the period.

Still, you get my drift: in the same way as never, in the history of Catholicism, homosexuals have been known as Catholic beacons, the same should happen today.

Broken and repaired crystal vases simply do not belong in the showcase.

Posted on December 8, 2021, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Francis Russell

    I understand not allowing homosexuals into the seminary but are we not all broken to some extent? Some of our greatest saints were terrible sinners and yet became beacons of truth to the Faith. If a person repents and now finds sins of homosexuality repulsive, would they not be good role models to lead others away from this depravity? I understand the concern of hypocrisy, but we are all sinners, and our past sins should not prevent us from spreading the Good News.

    • Francis, your comment shows exactly how much is wrong in the modern Catholic thinking.
      No homo ever became a canonised saint. Period.
      No incestuous, dog screwer, or pedophile, either.
      You need to understand that sodomy is in the same ballpark as the perversions I have just mentioned. There is a fundamental difference between sins that go with nature and sins that go against.

  2. Sure that you are not jealous of that outstanding hair of his? (LOL)

  3. A hundred per cent. The same could be said of the former “gay” conservative bad boy who has allied himself with the Catholic “pundit” in question, now fancies himself a crusader for the faith and still has a monumental ego. I am glad they have left their lives of vice behind, but just as you’re not ready to run a marathon right after recovering from life-threatening physical injuries, you are not ready to take on the legions of satan right after recovering from that particular lifestyle.

    To extend a point you touched on, we in the Catholic world need to look at our own selves and why we are so eager to embrace figures like these, and to do both them and ourselves the disservice of making heroes out of them before they are ready to be heroes. We ourselves suffer terrible wounds, not only from our personal sins but also as the result of being governed by little men in both Church and State who care only about fattening their own purses and don’t give a damn about our welfare. So badly are things going, with one anvil after another being dropped on us by our rulers from on high, that we prize highly the paltry crumbs of comfort that in better times we would have ignored. So bereft are we of real shepherds and true fathers, that we are apt to make heroes out of persons who, in better times, deserve to be nobodies, simply because they happen on some occasion to refrain from hurting us in some way. As Proverbs 27:7 puts it: “A soul that is full shall tread upon the honeycomb: and a soul that is hungry shall take even bitter for sweet.”

  4. Mary Ann Kreitzer

    And then for these “role models” to hold a “retreat” during the holiest days of the year where they can showcase themselves as models of the faith. After all, as one had the temerity to say, they are “victim souls.” In my opinion, those with same sex attraction put themselves in a constant occasion of sin when they strut the state or the studio as celebrity Catholics.

  5. ‘AM’ makes a very good point: in better days penitent sinners of this persuasion would be encouraged by good pastors to lead lives of private reparation. Sadly, by making themselves public figures they fall into the trap of indulging their narcissism.

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