Friday, June 16, 2006

Our Lady Of Akita Is SCREAMING To Us
"If sins increase in number and gravity, there will be no longer pardon for them"

In what I have dubbed the Apparition that no one wants to talk about, the Church approved vision of The Holy Mother to Sister Agnes Sasagawa in Akita, Japan in 1973 warns "The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres (other priests)".

Catholic Citizens has a fascinating article on the persecution of priests by their confreres. But what are they being persecuted for? Simple... exposing the homosexual Lavender Mafia cockroaches to the light of day.

Here's some of the article;

The true doctors [who want to cure the disease from within] are faithful priests who love the Church and want to purify her. Instead of thanking their loyal sons, bad bishops persecute and vilify them. Meanwhile the quacks and charlatans flourish.

How many ways do bad bishops punish good priests? Take your pick: exile, silencing, mandatory evaluation at pseudo-psychiatric facilities like St. Luke's, frequent reassignment, making them permanent parochial vicars with no hope of becoming pastors, marginalization, driving them out (to other dioceses or the military vicariate), whispering campaigns that designate them "mentally unstable" or "unfit for ministry," etc. The ultimate punishment, the bishop's sword of Damocles, so to speak, is suspension. It hangs over the head of a good priest who knows his "spiritual father" will use it. How many orthodox priests hear variations of the threat, "You have no idea what I can do to you!" But the good priests do know. They've seen the sword fall on their brothers.

Recently a priest in Florida, Fr. John Pasquini, e-mailed me asking for help. He's in trouble because he wrote to a local newspaper criticizing homosexuality in the Episcopal Church. But I'll let him tell the story in his own words. "I was assigned as a parochial vicar at St. Juliana's Church in West Palm Beach when the episcopalian Bishops voted to consecrate an openly homosexual bishop and approve the blessing of gay marriages. I wrote an editorial arguing that this was contrary to 2000 years of Christianity, that homosexual actions are contrary to God's law, Scripture, natural law and the complimentarity of the sexes. Shortly after my editorial, the Episcopalian bishop for the region of Florida wrote a letter to the chancery arguing that my statements were harmful to ecumenism.

Stunned yet? Well, (as the man use to say) you ain't seen nothin' yet. Imagine te worst and prepare to be disgusted. Click on the link above to read the rest of this priest's silent martyrdom.

You know... now that I think about it, there are a couple of (faithful to Catholic teaching) priests in this Deanery who have been "reassigned" to the boondocks recently. Hmmmm......


Blogger St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse said...

Priests like this should accept their martyrdom, and then come work for Bruskewitz, Finn, Chaput, or any other bishop who's trying to consolidate some orthodoxy in their respective diocese.

7:46 AM  

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