Another Catholic School Panders to Sodomites; Suspends Tenured Professor
January 5, 2015
(left. Prof Mac Adams)
Thomas Carter reports on the latest episode
in the Communist (Masonic Jewish)
chill that has settled over the
Catholic Church and the West in general.
by Thomas Carter
On December 16th, Marquette University, a Catholic institution in Milwaukee suspended Prof. John McAdams for posting a blog about an assistant professor, Cheryl Abbate, who told a philosophy student who wanted to defend traditional marriage: "You don't have the right to make homophobic comments in this class."
Professor McAdams on his blog, The Marquette Warrior commented, "Like the rest of academia, Marquette is less and less a real university when gay marriage cannot be discussed -- certainly not a Catholic university."
Prof. McAdams was informed via letter from the Dean Richard Holz that he was "relieved of all teaching duties and all other faculty activities," and that he was to remain off campus during that time.
Unfortunately for the university administrators, Prof. McAdams has a backbone. In a Fox news interview, appearing unaffected he said he had a lawyer on hand if legal action was required.
When Prof. McAdams asked why he was suspended, he received no reply from the Dean.
The university later stated that the blog post was reason. Prof. McAdams said this was consistent with a trend on the Left to dismiss opposing views as "offensive" rather than to debate them.
Several petitions were started to support Prof. McAdams. On December 23rd, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ("WILL") asked Marquette University to abide by its own rules and to honor its commitment to academic freedom.
The university is on the defensive. It is likely that Prof. McAdams will be reinstated but this is not normally the case. Prof. McAdams had the guts to stand up for himself. He was ready to fight. Too bad most educators back down without a hint of resistance.
POPE FRANCIS NOT NAIVE
The Catholic Church is the largest western institution that still, in theory, opposes "gay" marriage. Even Pope Benedict (Cardinal Ratzinger) re-affirmed Catholic teaching regarding people with disordered affections. In his 2012 Christmas address, he stated:
"People dispute the idea that they have a nature, given to them by their bodily identity, that serves as a defining element of the human being. They deny their nature and decide that it is not something previously given to them, but that they make it for themselves.' 'The manipulation of nature, which we deplore today where our environment is concerned, now becomes man's fundamental choice where he himself is concerned"
(left, Francis making Masonic sign)
Things changed with Pope Francis, in his first press conference, he was asked a question by Brazilian reporter about a 'gay lobby' in the Vatican. In his answer Pope Francis used the word "gay" no less than 5 times and at one point uttered, "If a person is gay and seeks the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge him?"
Veteran investigative journalist Randy Engel, author of The Rite of Sodomy, (2006) saw clearly the implications of these statements and responded with an Open Letter to Pope Francis in which she informs Pope Francis that "in any war, verbal strategy is as important as military strategy" and that "all combatants for the Faith, especially those of highest rank, should never use the language of the enemy."
It seemed at this point Mrs. Engel may have thought that Pope Francis was merely naive but to conclude her article she drops a bombshell...
"It might surprise you Holy Father, that until quite recently, I still hoped that despite your obvious sympathy for the Homosexual Collective you nevertheless might find some merit in the concept of a Papal Commission of Inquiry into Homosexuality...Unfortunately, that glimmer of hope was wiped out when by chance a close friend of mine, Mariaelene Stuart, a multi-lingual journalist and creator of the exquisite blog, Roman Catholic World, sent me a copy of an interview you gave to Rome reporter Andrea Tornielli of the Vatican Insider in February 2012 while you were still Archbishop of Buenos Aires.
In an interview titled "Careerism and vanity: Sins of the Church," Tornielli's last question to you was: Can you tell us how the Roman Curia is perceived from the outside?
And you, Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio, replied:
"I see it as a body that gives service, a body that helps me and serves me. Sometimes negative news does come out, but it is often exaggerated and manipulated to spread scandal. Journalists sometimes risk becoming ill from coprophilia and thus fomenting coprophagia: which is a sin that taints all men and women, that is, the tendency to focus on the negative rather than the positive aspects. The Roman Curia has its down sides, but I think that too much emphasis is placed on its negative aspects and not enough on the holiness of the numerous consecrated and lay people who work in it."
Now the term "coprophilia" which you used spontaneously in the interview refers to a sexual perversion (fetish) by which a person derives sexual excitement from the presence of feces. The term "coprophagia" pertains to the actual act of eating excrement. Both paraphilias are commonly associated with homosexual behavior and are a regular feature of homosexual pornography."
That a bishop should so glibly refer to such disgusting and perverted practices in a public interview clearly indicates to me that you are not unschooled in the ways and dangers of sexual perversion, and hence, have no real need for me to instruct you on the perversity of homosexual behaviors, nor on the grave necessity of combating the Homosexual Collective and other forces of organized perversion."
(Left, Benedict and Francis exchange Masonic handshake-thumb on knuckle)
The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property boasts 120,000 active members.
Their student action group is dedicated to on campus demonstrations and online petitions.
They have an excellent video called Attacked by Tolerance highlighting their on-campus demonstrations in defense of traditional marriage in which they are physically attacked, sprayed with pesticides and spit on by homosexuals.
They have been successful in several instances.
-YouTube yanked dozens of videos showing blasphemous desecration of the Holy Eucharist thanks to a TFP petition signed by 18,200 Catholics.
-Notre Dame finally dropped the charges against 88 pro-lifers thanks, in part, to more than 20,000 petitions sent to Fr. John Jenkins.
Their current list of petitions include:
-Protesting Gloria Steinem coming to speak at St. Norbert College
-Saving the NYC St. Patrick's Day parade from homosexuals
-Protesting internship opportunities with Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations through St. Thomas University.
Note: Though the Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property are doing excellent work, it is fair to note that the inner group have been accused of being somewhat cult-like. The arguments go back and forth and I have not seen anything conclusive, I feel the worst they are being accused of, if true, pales in comparison to the evils they are fighting against. I include a summary of criticisms and the Society's rebuttal.
Related- Pope Francis Espouses Far Left Ideology
First Comment from Robert G:
It is more than strange that Bergoglio speaks about "gay marriage" as he has. While the question of same-sex orientation is a critical issue for the question of the individuals' salvation (and in that regard Bergoglio is correct, "Who am I to judge?"), Scripture is only too clear and categorical that marriage is a covenant (brith) between man, woman, and God. In the Christian rite it is a sacrament that only a man and woman can undertake and which requires their vows to one another and God as their way to get to salvation. Their vow at the same time is to their offspring which they will rear in the ways of Divine Governance.
It is simply too clear to debate this point.
Why Jorge Bergoglio would hint at any other possibility (and he has in his "off the cuff") remarks baffles the mind. More importantly, ask any Priest (like me) and he will tell you that performing a "gay marriage" ceremony is a sacrilege for the Priest. It is equivalent to stepping on the Holy Eucharist.
Eastern Orthodoxy rejects any overtures of the sort intimated in Bergoglio's musings on this issue.