Showing posts with label Cardinal Sean. Show all posts
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Thursday, August 16, 2018

Cardinal Sean O'Malley Will Not Be Attending World Family Meeting in Dublin -- Another Snub of Pope Francis' Aberrophile Agenda?


(Rome / Dublin) Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley surprisingly bowed out from attending the World Family Meeting in Dublin. Is he protesting against the aberrophilic maneuvers that pull certain ropes for the recognition of homosexuality in the Church? The Cardinal is responsible for protecting children from sexual abuse in the Church and seems to have put one and one together.

World Family Meeting 2018: Doubtful guests and program items

The World Family Meeting in Dublin, which starts in a few days is in the midst of a tempest. Because of dubious program points and guests the largest international Catholic family event has received fierce criticism in the run-up. From the ranks of devout Catholics, including the Spanish news portal InfoVaticana , have even called for the World Family Meeting to be cancelled.
 
Yesterday, Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley OFM Cap., the Archbishop of Boston, announced that he would not attend the World Family Meeting held on 21-26  August taking place in Dublin.
Cardinal O'Malley not only leads one of the most important dioceses in the USA. He is also the representative of North America in the C9 Cardinal Council, which is to advise Pope Francis in the reform of the Curia and the leadership of the universal Church. The Cardinal is also President of the Pontifical Child Protection Commission. As such, he played a central role in the Barros case in recent months.

It was the Archbishop of Boston who finally internationalized the case of Chilean Bishop Juan Barros after Pope Francis defended Barro in a manner that Cardinal O'Malley found intolerable in his visit to Chile in late January.

Homosexuality at the World Family Meeting in Dublin

James Martin SJ
The stumbling block at the World Family Meeting is the presence of the aberrophile US Jesuit James Martin and the homosexuality program. The World Family Meeting was launched in 1994 by Pope John Paul II to strengthen the family and increase its visibility in the public. The idea for the meetings is based on his post-synodal letter Familiaris Consortio of 1981. Instead, critics say that this year's World Family Meeting is being abused to promote aberrosexuality in the Church.
 
The World Family Meeting also offers many good things to do in Dublin. But it is well known that praise is enough to salt a meal and a few drops to poison a well.
 
The Dublin program shows critics that gender ideology has invaded the Church. Where the family is to be promoted, it is attacked.

Cardinal O'Malley's rejection

On the solemnity of the Assumption, the Archbishopric of Boston issued a statement  that Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley will not be coming to Dublin. The reason given is pastoral obligations in the seminary of his archdiocese. That was not enough to justify canceling the participation in Dublin, as it is suggested not only in Rome. No one less than Pope Francis is personally coming to Ireland for the World Family Meeting . This is the first visit of a reigning Pope on the green island.
Cardinal O'Malley, Boston
The Archdiocese of Boston emphasizes the importance of the event, especially the Pope's visit to Ireland. If one follows confidential votes, the rejection is in reality in connection with the criticism of this year's World Family Meeting. It is well known that the participation of the Jesuit James Martin in Dublin was imposed by Rome.
 
According to observers, a gigantic fight for homosexuality is currently taking place behind the scenes in the Catholic Church. An aberrophile party of high and highest Church representatives is trying with massive commitment to achieve the recognition of homosexuality by the Church. Their activism is completely unabashed. In this context, a number of persons are mentioned who have one thing in common: all were promoted to high and highest honors by Pope Francis. This includes Fr. James Martin himself, whom Francis called to Rome as Consultor .

Aberrophile cliques

In the context of the World Family Meeting in Dublin not only he, but Cardinal Farrell is especially mentioned. The American was made Pope Francis' Dicastry leader and cardinal. It was Cardinal Farrell himself who had "integrated" the aberrosexual and degenerate program items into the agenda of the World Family Meeting. Farrell is responsible for the Council on Laity, Family and Life in Rome. This appointment was described by the Catholic Spanish columnist Francisco Fernandez de la Cigoña as a "bad decision". His predecessor, Curial Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, who was until 2016 the Vatican Family Minister, is now President of the Pontifical Academy for Life and Grand Chancellor of the Pontifical Theological Institute John Paul II for Marriage and Family Studies, is attributed by several Vaticanists to the aberrophile party.
 
Just a few weeks ago, the auxiliary bishop of Tegucigalpa had to resign. Officially at his own request and without reason. In fact, his position had become intolerable after his gay double life was revealed and seminarians complained of a homosexual network in the archdiocesan seminary. The Archbishop of Tegucigalpa is Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, one of Pope Francis' closest confidants.

Aberro-revolution through Amoris laetitia ?

Some see the controversial post-synodal letter Amoris laetitia concealing a revolution that contains far more explosives than previously thought. It is not the remarried divorced who are the main targets of the papal innovation, although they largely monopolize the interest. The target group is not least the homosexuals, because the document speaks of people who live in an irregular relationship (especially AL, 305). This goes far beyond the remarried divorced.
 
If one follows these assessments, and there is some reason for them, a gigantic movement is underway in the Church to turn homosexuality from a blatant sin into a recognized, perhaps even a privileged, lifestyle. The impact on the priesthood and the sacrament in general will be considered devastating.
 
Inseparable from this are, among other things, the sexual abuse cases that have shaken the Catholic Church for almost ten years. At present, the Catholic Church in the United States is shaken because in the state of Pennsylvania over the past 70 years, around 300 priests have sexually abused minors. The vast majority of all abuses were committed by homosexual clerics. [During the Cultural Revolution and its aftermath some 50 years ago] Only a tiny fraction had girls or women in their sights.
 
The Archdiocese of Boston did not suggest a connection. Nevertheless, there are voices that say with confidence that Cardinal O'Malley's absence at the Dublin Family Meeting in Dublin is in reality a rejection of the aberrophilic maneuvers carried out by gay and aberromophilic cliques in the Church. Maneuvers that are at least tolerated by Pope Francis.
 
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: InfoVaticana
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
AMDG




 

Monday, November 17, 2014

Followup On St. John's Abbey: Indifference at the Nunciature



Edit: as Cardinal Sean wrings his hands about Bishop Finn in Kansas City and demands an accounting, firing warning shots, there's a Monastery in the Midwest with hundreds of victims and probably the highest concentration of sexual predators in the world. One reader writes that he has contacted the Nuncio in Washington, has contacted the local ordinary, the Abbot, and the Bishop of St. Cloud (Himself a St. John's byproduct). Despite contacting them on two occasions, including letters, he has received no answer, no response to his letters, just silence and nothing changes.

But Cardinal Sean is rooting for women's ordination.

Here's my anonymous contributor's email message:

I have written the Vatican Embassy more than once, but never gotten a response.

Since you posted up the phone number, I called Washington today asking to speak to a staff member about the need to investigate the monks of St. John's Abbey. It seems impossible to get past the receptionist. She put me on hold for a long time, and when she came back she assured me my most recent e-mail of complaint had been received and was being reviewed, but that no staff member was available to visit with me. She also refused to put me on hold when I said I would wait to talk with someone about the history of the monks theological, liturgical, and sexual abuses, claiming that I had called an embassy, not a hotline; she told me I was free to call back, but the situation would remain the same.

Why does the phone number exist if all you can speak to is a deflecting receptionist? Why can't we call our Church leaders in Washington to express fears and indignation? Why won't they ever even write me back, or even acknowledge in writing they have received my correspondence?

Why does the same thing happen when I've written the last two bishops of the St. Cloud Diocese about the monks, the OSB nuns who preach daily at Mass, about the deteriorating Catholic ethos at the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University?

Photo source, CNS News...

If you think it will do any good (it can't hurt), please contact the Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Carlo Vignano: 3339 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20008 (202) 333-7121

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Schüller Banned in Boston -- "Ultimatum" to SSPX in Regensburg

(Washington / Regensburg) "Helmut Schüller takes positions contrary to the teachings of the Catholic Church and therefore may not speak in any community of the Diocese." By that reasoning, the Archbishop of Boston, Cardinal Sean O'Malley gave the Austrian Helmut Schüller, a rebel priests in his archdiocese banned from appearing. Schüller was to speak on July 17th in Boston. The former Vicar General of Vienna and leader of the rebel group called Austrian Priest Initiative with branches in Germany and Switzerland, is touring from July 15th to the 7th of August in the U.S. and expects to appear in public in nine states.

He was invited by the schismatic spectrum of radically progressive circles. Considered in the secular world to be the hardliners of thed left wing church. It is considered controversial whether these groups are still part of the Catholic Church: Call to Action, Catholics s Alliance for the Common Good, Corpus, DignityUSA, Future Church, National Coalition of American Nuns, Nuevo Ways Ministry, Voice of the Faithful, Quixote Center, Women's Ordination Conference.

Schüller's Ban Does no "Damage" to the Church

The decision by Cardinal O'Malley received strong encouragement from faithful church circles that are sorry that some believe in the Church, to have free rein, taking advantage of brotherhood and charity. It has the more weight, as the Cardinal was appointed by Pope Francis to the eight-headed Cardinal group to advise him on the leadership of the Church.

"This is a huge injury to the body of Christ, the people of God," writes the progressive Catholic website Religion Digital about this. That the Cardinal has banned a priest who publicly calls for "disobedience" for his role against the teaching and discipline of the Church, has "harmed" the Church, has been described by the Spanish church historian Francisco de la Cigoña as "nonsense." It was a "duty" of a bishop to protect his flock from division and false prophets.

When do German-speaking Bishops Show Most Determination?

In Germany, the bishops of several dioceses imposed a ban, including Bamberg, Eichstätt and Hildesheim, on an appearance in the Spring against Schüller. As a true rebel it doesn't bother him much. In Nuremberg, a kindred spirit in the clerical habit nevertheless made his church available. For Schuller, who comes from abroad, this is easier. But how is it with the determinations of the bishops against their own disobedient priests? How long will the bishops tolerate an open rebellion as merely flirting with the zeitgeist? No one immediately calls for sanctions. The church has previously employed fraternal forms in dealing with error. However, if it becomes apparent that it is stubbornness, to soar the rebels "morally" and "essentially" jump over the Church, and thus disclosed the doctrine of the Church and its authority to mockery, then the bishops are required, because then there is imminent danger.

Faithful Catholics are waiting in vain for clear measures against the schismatic bishops, priests disobedient rebels in concubinage. The most "stringent" action recently was that an Austrian priest rebel, at the direction of Archbishop Christoph Cardinal Schönborn of Vienna, when could not be elected dean. Compared with the SSPX on the other hand, the bishops have always brave.

The new Bishop of Regensburg Rudolf Voderholzer, yesterday told Munich Radio Church , that he was expecting to give an "ultimatum" to the SSPX. The next step would be excommunication. The Bishop of Regensburg spoke as chief shepherd of his diocese, and did so without a doubt what is rightfully his to do.

Of an "ultimatum" to progressive rebel groups, such as the Pastors Initiative operating since 2006, however, is something completely unheard of. Although the degree of confusion, incited by the rebels in the German Church is objectively greater by far than it could ever have been instigated by the SSPX. This creates the impression that there is a double standard.

Critical Approach to Council Required for Renewal of the Church

Considering the published opinion of Bishop Voderholzer at Radio Vatican it should be noted: the German bishops should not be behind Rome and Pope Benedict XVI. and remain critical from the Second Vatican Council. After 50 years, the impression should be avoided above all, that the Council should not be criticized.

Text: Giuseppe Nardi Image: La cigüeña de la torre / catholictippingpoint.org Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com AMGD

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Boston's Happy Mass

Editor: Will the increasingly left-leaning catholosphere take a break out from slandering Father Corapi to hold Cardinal Sheen accountable for his advocacy of the homosexual lifestyle?



H/t: LOocculta

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Boston Archdiocesan Official Supports Obama Extravaganza

Editor: Despite there being a prohibition that Personnel working for the Archdiocese adhere to and defer to the teaching of the Church, a Diocesan official who's helping to organize a campaign being sponsored by the pro-abortion, Marxist, President of the United States.

[Boston Catholic Insider] There is no question that the moral tradition of the Catholic Church opposes abortion–as do certain applicable Archdiocesan Affiliated organizations–and there is little doubt that President Obama is pro-abortion (see “Obama recalls Roe v. Wade, backs abortion rights“ and “Barack Obama on Abortion“).

So, can Jack, through his public and private actions, serve as chair of Partners Healthcare (one of the largest abortion providers in the state), raise money for pro-abortion politicians such as President Obama, endorse them, lead faithful Catholics and others to vote for them, and presumably vote for them himself, while also somehow promoting the welfare of the Archdiocese and each applicable Archdiocesan Affiliated Organization and exemplifying the moral traditions of the Church?

As we all know, Cardinal Sean O’Malley, in a 2007 interview with the Boston Globe, acknowledged that Catholic voters in Massachusetts generally support Democratic candidates who are in favor of abortion rights, said, “I think that, at times, it borders on scandal as far as I’m concerned.”

So how does Jack’s very public support for candidates who favor abortion rights reconcile with Church moral teachings, the Code of Conduct policy and the Cardinal’s own belief that it borders on scandal?

Here are a few excerpts from the

Monday, February 21, 2011

Cardinal Sean and Archbishop Martin Pretend to Contrition

Editor: They're not reading from a Catholic script here, they're participating in something akin to a reality television show, like Bishop Bode's phony attempt.   Cardinal Sean and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin are playing ball for the wrong team, as usual.  His Lordship, the Primate of Ireland, has been vocal about his role as the good guy, but he's consistently silent on Catholic teaching.  His job shouldn't be to attack the Catholic Church and provide fodder for Its enemies, you'd think.  In any event, +Martin is a homosexual enabler and that makes him an enabler of the Church's enemies too. 

It's going to be difficult to be convincing about whatever it is you're apologizing for if you're not going to admit what the problem really is, it's integrity, as pointed out above and repeatedly on this blog.  Neither the Primate of Ireland, nor the Archbishop of Boston are consistently Catholic.  So, the problem isn't with the media manufactured sex-abuse crisis, it's a problem with the integrity of Catholic Bishops.  Very few are consistently Catholic. and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is helping the enemies of the Church by his concessions to their deceitful poses of sympathy for the victims of various homosexual predators.

Again, if we're going to attack the Catholic Church for the rare infractions of its ministers, we'd better be going after academia, the entertainment  industry and leftists political parties with the same gusto, for their moral relativism is a feeble impediment toward the kind of behavior exhibited by pillars of the community like Rob Lowe, Woody Allen, Allen Ginsburg and other, and that's not even taking into account the descriably systematic attempts at the corruption of children in what that industry produces.  Actually, leftist political parties admit that they're interested in sexualizing children, and it still doesn't matter to the media: they hate the Church, so no small wonder then that these Old Liberal Bishops play along to their tune.  The pay is good and it's good to be Bishop.

No guts, no integrity, no Faith.

If you're going to be credible about being penitent as we'd suggested last year when +Martin was crying his crocodile tears in Dublin, try and do it for the right reason, and perhaps make it something like this, at 4:35:




[Catholic Culture] At a special liturgy of lament and repenetance in Dublin’s pro-cathedral, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin rued the sexual abuse of children and the response by Church authorities to the abuse.

“I can ask myself how did this happen in the Church of Jesus Christ where as we heard in the Gospel children are presented to us as signs of the kingdom,” he said. “How did we not see you in your suffering and abandonment? The Church of Jesus Christ in this Archdiocese Dublin has been wounded by the sins of abusers and by the response to you for which we all share responsibility.”


“All survivors are indebted to those who had the courage to speak out and let it be known what had happened and how they were treated,” he continued. “The Church in Dublin and worldwide and everyone here today is indebted to them. Some of you in your hurt and your disgust will have rejected the Church that you had once loved, but paradoxically your abandonment may have helped purify the Church through challenging it to face the truth, to move out of denial, to recognize the evil that was done and the hurt that was caused.”

 Read further...

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Catholics in Boston Ask Holy Father to Intervene

 Catholics who oppose the Archdiocese of Boston’s ill-conceived policy to admit the children of gay and lesbian parents to Catholic schools and who are FED UP  with the leadership of the archdiocese can now voice their opinion directly to the Holy See–and ask them to intervene and rescind the policy. Just click the FedUp button to the right.
As you may already know, Boston’s Cardinal Sean O’Malley pandered to people pushing the gay agenda on Catholic schools by approving a policy that directs pastors they cannot discriminate against children of gay parents in school admissions.  So, if two gay parents want to place their child in a Catholic school, the policy says the pastor is not to refuse them admission.

Never mind that the young child who depends on their gay/lesbian parents for sustenance might be harmed by hearing their teacher say their parents’ lifestyle is considered disordered and immoral. Never mind that the Church would be giving some implicit or explicit seal of approval on the gay relationship of the parents.  Never mind the rights of faithful Catholic parents to protect the innocence of their own children’s minds at a young age. Never mind that the Boston Archdiocese misappropriated a quote from the Holy Father saying on a financial basis all children should be able to access Catholic education, and instead used it to deceive people into thinking the Holy Father condoned this policy.

Gay “Catholic” organizations like DignityUSA praised the archdiocese and Catholics for Marriage Equality said they “hope dioceses around the country will adopt Boston’s guidelines.” So, like “gay marriage” that originated in Massachusetts, this disaster too could sweep across the country quickly if faithful Catholics do not act quickly.

Read further and sign the E-Mail petition, here.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Priest Says Cardinal Will Report Irish Church Close to Collapse

Editor: That's the problem when you send a pro-Abortion politician to do the job of a Catholic Prelate.





 

Monday, 14 February 2011 15:11  
DUBLIN — Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley reportedly will tell Pope Benedict XVI that the Catholic Church in Ireland is "on the edge" of collapse due to the fallout from clerical abuse scandals.

Cardinal O'Malley is one of several senior prelates charged by Pope Benedict with carrying out an apostolic visitation of the Irish Catholic Church following a series of highly critical judicial reports that revealed abuse by priests and a widespread culture of cover-up for decades among church leaders.

Father Tony Flannery, a leading member of the Association of Catholic Priests, revealed at a conference of laypeople Feb. 12 in the Irish capital that "Cardinal O'Malley told the association the Irish Church had a decade, at most, to avoid falling over the edge and becoming like other European countries where religion is marginal to society."

The Compass here, for the  rest.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Cardinal Sean O'Malley is Euthanizing his Priests

While Boston College has been funding abortions and birth control, +Sean has been embracing the culture of death.

From "Throw the Bums Out", here, Cardinal O'Malley is moving some of the priests to a treatment facillity for pederasts, although their names have been cleared at a Diocesan tribunal.

Carol McKinley maintains that the six priests are "falsely" accused. Apparently they have been cleared of wrongdoing by the Diocese but are still being moved and having their benefits cut off.

According to an updated article, here, two of the priests, Father Tivnan and Father Plourde are actually missing somewhere between the Canada facillity which couldn't admit them and the home they left in Boston.

Of course, Cardinal Sean is already trimming priests' benefits to save archdiocese pension system.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Archbishop Nienstedt dismisses USCCB Sex-Abuse Study

Archbishop Nienstedt says that he wouldn't put too much credence in the (Soviet?) USCCB 2 Million Dollar Sex-Abuse Study, but one has to wonder about David Clohessy of SNAP who is suggesting that the problem isn't seated in the problem with homosexuals in the first place. Everyone has an agenda, and sometimes it's only as long as the nose.

We were treated to a weird statement, however, from +Sean of Boston who said something about teasing the study. How about admitting that you got rooked and think about getting rid of the people who authorized people essentially hostile to the Church to make the study in the first place? Isn't this a bit like sending seminarians to hostile, atheistic psychologists to weigh the worthiness of their vocations? Why, oh why, won't the Bishops trust the counsels of Tradition in these matters. They worked for the Dominicans of old.

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