(Rome) The "Gay Month" June shows who wants and supports aberrosexualization. First and foremost are the politicians who channel public space into the tax box of the homo-agenda. The majority of Catholics react apathetically, because what the mass media suggests to them is in open contradiction to the teaching of the Church. But they are largely abandoned by the ecclesiastical hierarchy.
The voice of the Church is barely audible, because many diocesan bishops follow the papal model, and that means: no confrontation with the spirit of the times. From this and from the "delicate" treatment of homo-heresy (Dariusz Oko) in the Church, the overall impression of a latent paradigm shift in moral teaching emerges. Groups of devout Catholics, however, organize themselves here and there and call for atonement for the Gay Prides, which are an open recourse to dark paganism. But that bothers the official course of the Church, even in Genoa.
The archdiocese of the Ligurian capital is still associated with the name of Giuseppe Cardinal Siri. But whoever feeds on mere heritage will eventually need it. The Archbishop of Genoa is none other than Angelo Cardinal Bagnasco, who under Pope Benedict XVI. was President of the Italian Episcopal Conference until Pope Francis replaced him by a a churchman much closer to him.
Nevertheless, Bagnasco endeavors to please the incumbent Pope, which reinforces the existing weaknesses of his administration.
Also in Genoa, devout Catholics organized and called for a prayer vigil to make atonement for the abominations and outrages of the homosexual spectacle in the city. Only a partial aspect of the negative balance is that the cases of transmissible sexually transmitted diseases skyrocket in the wake of the disgusting Homo-Carnival. Above all, homosexuality is one of the blatant sins.
However, the archbishop's ordinariate sent a message to the Vicar General saying that the prayer initiative was not welcome:
"His Eminence wishes that the prayer vigil in his church be canceled."
No confrontation with the world, no audible voice of the Church, no affirmation of the Church's moral teaching. Nothing should disturb the "peace". This is what Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio had already said in Argentina in 2010, when he was a primate there and the believers turned to him in their desire to start action against the legalization of "gay marriage" but were sent home by the archbishop.
The traditional website Messa in Latino asks Cardinal Bagnasco a short but urgent question:
Although Cardinal Bagnasco lost his influence in the Italian Episcopate through the change of the papal throne, he is still acting successor to Cardinal Siri and since October 2016 andalso President of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences CCEE (not to be confused with the Commission of the Episcopal Conferences of the European Community COMECE which includes only the episcopal conferences of the EU).
The organizers of the prayer initiative "Rosary for Italy", set up by their archbishop, had to cancel the announced prayer vigils as planned. Yesterday they announced via the press agency ANSA:
"We are sorry to announce that the Curial Archbishop of Genoa has instructed the responsible priests of the churches listed below to cancel the planned prayer vigils for public atonement. We therefore invite the interested believers to pray elsewhere - in spiritual fellowship. "
But it is also different, as the diocese of Trieste under the leadership of courageous Archbishop Giampaolo Crepaldi shows. The Press Office of the diocese announced:
"Because of some public statements that insult and discriminate against the Christian faith and that were unfortunately made in the Gay Pride, which took place in Trieste a few days ago, on June 13 from 8.30 pm an atonement will take place in the Marian Shrine on Monte Grisa. "
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
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