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http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2003_01_06/2003_04_11_Smith_JudgeFormer.htm
MIDDLETOWN -- A Middlesex County judge ruled Wednesday that personnel files should be
opened to the public in the civil case of a former priest in the Norwich Roman Catholic
Diocese accused in the sexual abuse of a 14-year-old.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
Christine Pelosi
2021-04-06 23:24:24 UTC
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A children's pastor raped two vulnerable teenage girls after grooming them on Facebook,
a court heard today.
Timothy Storey, 35, allegedly led a 'double life' expounding Christian values of abstinence
at St Michael's Church in Victoria, central London, while targeting young girls from the
congregation.
Storey began his 'incremental, insidious' grooming by sending the girls flattering messages
on Facebook, jurors at Woolwich Crown Court heard.
He allegedly sent explicit sexual content including photographs of his penis and his
manipulation of the women was so powerful one of them described him as 'more influential
than God', jurors were told.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
Christine Pelosi
2021-04-06 23:24:24 UTC
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http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2019/01_02/2019_02_23_Jamie_Guardian_Head_Catholic.htm
The head of one of the country’s most powerful Catholic orders was made aware of sex abuse
allegations dating back to the 1970s at one of its schools but did not alert the authorities --
contrary to the recommendations of a church commission on which he sat.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
Christine Pelosi
2021-04-06 23:34:25 UTC
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http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2011/11_12/2011_11_02_Sims_PreacherGuilty.htm
But for one of the three women who the jury believed was sexually assaulted by the founder
and leader of the now-disbanded Ambassador Baptist Church, there was some sense of relief.
"It really helps to close a long part of my life that I'm glad to put behind me," said
the 47 year old happily married woman who disclosed to the jury her secret sexual contact
with her pastor.
SHOOSH!
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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asked him what he would like to drink.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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2021-04-07 04:55:14 UTC
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Why do priests have sex with altar boys?
Otherwise, they're getting nun.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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The Roman Catholic church was sinful in its handling of a sexual abuse case involving
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the role of the church in the case of Rev. Barry Glendinning, a priest at the centre
of a sexual abuse lawsuit.
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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historic sex offences who has failed to answer bail.
SHEESH!
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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The diocese revealed in September it had received "credible allegations" that Dwyer,
who was the pastor of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Theresa's parishes, had "engaged in
sexually abusive behaviour".
SHEESH!
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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A man who was abused as a child at a Catholic school in London has spoken of
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just before Christmas for rape and other sexual offences.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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BARRY ish jew wannabe sick old nazoid paedo Andrew 'Andrzej'
https://time.com/5722221/roman-catholic-confession-child-abuse/
In June 2019, the Catholic Church in Birmingham, U.K. was embroiled in
scandal after the sex abuse inquiry found that the Archdiocese of Birmingham
had protected priests accused of abuse by "repeatedly" failing to alert police
to allegations. The inquiry examined 134 allegations of child sexual abuse
made against 78 individuals - many of whom are no longer - since the mid 1930s.
Thirteen individuals were convicted.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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STD.COM ish jew wannabe sick old nazoid paedo Andrew 'Andrzej'
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/813685/Catholic-priest-father-Eugene-Fitzpatrick-jailed-22-years-historic-sex-abuse-boys
Former priest, Father Eugene Fitzpatrick, 68, from Canterbury was jailed for 22
years at Blackfriars Crown Court, and placed on the sex offender register for
life, after being found guilty of seven counts of indecent assault, four counts
of indecency with a child and two counts of buggery.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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The SHPAMMER ish sick old nazoid paedo Andrew 'Andrzej' Baron
"Father Alexander Bede Walsh was sentenced to 22 years in prison in
March 2012 for serious paedophile offenses against boys. Walsh used
religion to control his young victims, telling one boy that drinking
alcohol would get him to heaven and another believed that the abuse
was the hand of God touching him for example."
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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Such utter SCUM...
https://www.theinquiry.ca/wordpress/rc-scandal/other-countries/u-k/14-convicted-abusers-remain-priests-in-u-k/
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
Christine Pelosi
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Andrew Soper had been convicted of 19 charges of rape and other sexual
offences against 10 boys at St Benedict's school.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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During the 1960s, Cunningham was stationed at St Michael's Catholic Boarding School in
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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A Limpopo man has come forward to allege sexual assault and rape by a UK Catholic
priest, and the complicity of the church in blocking his demands for justice.
U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."
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U.S. Bishop: Homosexual Abuse of Youth is a 'Wickedness' That
'Should Be Hated With a Perfect Hatred'

Commenting on the recent revelations of sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church, specifically those of predator Archbishop
Theodore McCarrick and the cases detailed in the Pennsylvania
Grand Jury Report, several bishops and lay leaders have blamed a
"homosexual subculture" in the hierachy of the Church and called
for the removal of the priests, bishops, and cardinals involved
in that subculture.

Bishop Robert Morlino, head of the diocese of Madison, Wisc., in
an Aug. 18 letter, stressed that the Church must stop excusing
sin "in the name of a mistaken notion of mercy" and must express
more "hatred" toward sin. "What the Church needs now is more
hatred!" he said. "It is an act of love to hate sin and to call
others to turn away from sin."

"There must be no room left, no refuge for sin — either within
our own lives, or within the lives of our communities," said the
bishop. "To be a refuge for sinners (which we should be), the
Church must be a place where sinners can turn to be reconciled.
In this I speak of all sin. But to be clear, in the specific
situations at hand, we are talking about deviant sexual — almost
exclusively homosexual — acts by clerics."

"We’re also talking about homosexual propositions and abuses
against seminarians and young priests by powerful priests,
bishops, and cardinals," said the bishop. "We are talking about
acts and actions which are not only in violation of the sacred
promises made by some, in short, sacrilege, but also are in
violation of the natural moral law for all. To call it anything
else would be deceitful and would only ignore the problem
further."

After remarking on the "disgraceful" and "well-documented"
homosexual abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick, Bishop
Morlino commented on the problem overall.

"It is time to admit that there is a homosexual subculture
within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that is wreaking
great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord," he said. "The
Church’s teaching is clear that the homosexual inclination is
not in itself sinful, but it is intrinsically disordered in a
way that renders any man stably afflicted by it unfit to be a
priest. And the decision to act upon this disordered inclination
is a sin so grave that it cries out to heaven for vengeance,
especially when it involves preying upon the young or the
vulnerable."

"Such wickedness should be hated with a perfect hatred," said
Bishop Morlino. "Christian charity itself demands that we
should hate wickedness just as we love goodness. But while
hating the sin, we must never hate the sinner, who is called to
conversion, penance, and renewed communion with Christ and His
Church, through His inexhaustible mercy."

In his Aug. 22 "Testimony" letter, in which he calls for the
resignation of Pope Francis, Archbishop Carlo Vigano says it is
vital to remove the officials who covered for McCarrick but this
will not solve the deeply entrenched problem in the Church.

"The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,"
writes Vigano. "The homosexual networks present in the Church
must be eradicated, as Janet Smith, professor of Moral Theology
at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, recently wrote."

"'The problem of clergy abuse,' she wrote, 'cannot be resolved
simply by the resignation of some bishops, and even less so by
bureaucratic directives. The deeper problem lies in homosexual
networks within the clergy which must be eradicated,'" says
Vigano.

"These homosexual networks, which are now widespread in many
dioceses, seminaries, religious orders, etc., act under the
concealment of secrecy and lies with the power of octopus
tentacles, and strangle innocent victims and priestly vocations,
and are strangling the entire Church," he writes.

"I implore everyone, especially Bishops, to speak up in order to
defeat this conspiracy of silence that is so widespread, and to
report the cases of abuse they know about to the media and civil
authorities," says Vigano, who served as the Apostolic Nuncio to
the United States from 2011 to 2016.

As documented in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse in the
Catholic Church from 1950 to 2002, less than 5% of the predators
were pedophiles. In fact, 81% of the victims were male and 78%
were post-pubescent, "meaning that homosexuality -- not
heterosexuality or pedophilia -- was in play," said Catholic
League President Bill Donohue.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a member of the highest court at the
Vatican and Patron of the Sovereign Miltary Order of Malta, said
it is obvious there is a poisonous "homosexual culture" among
some priests and bishops and that there "needs to be an open
recognition that we have a very grave problem of a homosexual
culture in the Church."

"It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse
crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual
acts committed with adolescent young men," said Cardinal Burke
in an interview with Catholic Action for Faith and Family.
"There was a studied attempt to either overlook or to deny this."

"Now it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals
that indeed there is a homosexual culture, not only among the
clergy but even within the hierarchy," he said, "which needs to
be purified at the root. It is, of course, a tendency that is
disordered."

Pope Francis himself directed back in May that homosexuals
should be excluded from Catholic seminaries. "If there's even
the slightest doubt, better to not accept them [homosexuals]"
said the Pope, as reported in the New York Times.

Quoted in the same article was Michael Hichborn, head of the
Lepanto Institute. He said there must be a "complete and
thorough removal of all homosexual clergymen from the Church.
It's going to be difficult and will likely result in a very
serious priest shortage, but it's definitely worth the effort."

Columnist and best-selling author Pat Buchanan, a Catholic,
said, "it needs be stated clearly: This is a homosexual scandal.
Almost all of the predators and criminals are male, as are most
of the victims: the boys, the teenagers, the young seminarians."

"Applicants to the seminary should be vetted the way applicants
to the National Security Council are," said Buchanan. "Those
homosexually inclined should be told the priesthood of the
Church is not for them, as it is not for women."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "Basing itself on
Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of
grave depravity, tradition has always declared that 'homosexual
acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the
natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They
do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual
complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved."

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