Monday, August 27, 2007

Slash And Burn Homo-Theology
Another Jesuit swishes into town

Here's some of the story from The California Catholic Daily;

The “truth of the rainbow” at USF
Jesuit university’s new director of University Ministry aims to help people “be better, whatever they are.”

A Jesuit priest who told the London Daily Mail this year that “being gay is not special” – “it’s simply another gift from God who created us as rainbow people,” has become the Jesuit University of San Francisco’s director of University Ministry. Fr. Donal Godfrey, who has been the ministry’s associate director, took over the directorship from Jesuit Fr. John Savard, who stepped down Aug. 1.

In a university news release, Godfrey praised Savard for “opening up University Ministry in many ways.” Godfrey said he himself wants to “respond to new challenges.” Godfrey finds it paradoxical “that it is precisely at a Jesuit Catholic university that we can find God’s image in people whose color, faith, culture, language, background, and sexual orientation is different from our own.” Godfrey wants the ministry “to help celebrate that we are Jesuit, Catholic, and a place that welcomes those of all faiths and none, all at the same time.”

Godfrey has been a fixture at San Francisco’s Most Holy Redeemer, a parish deeply involved in homosexual activism, including participation in the city’s yearly Gay Pride parade. Last October, Godfrey presided at a prayer service (broadcast by the BBC on April 22) celebrating homosexuality. At the service, Godfrey said, “most often our churches make it difficult to acknowledge, let alone celebrate, the truth of the rainbow. But in all of this I believe it is God who calls and loves all of us, whatever our sexual orientation.”

This guy's molding young Catholic minds? It's official... a soul can be raped.


Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

I really don't understand how you can stand to live in that state.

I get the creeps every time I visit.

12:40 PM  
Blogger Gibbons J. Cooney said...

His book "Gays and Grays: A History of Most Holy Redeemer Parish" is being published today. It is quite the document. I had access to a manuscript version and have reviewed it on Fr. Malloy's website. It's honest, I'll say that.

God Bless,


3:53 PM  
Blogger Dymphna said...

For the love of God. It's time for the Jesuits to be supressed again.

6:03 PM  
Blogger Hidden One said...

Dear Bishop, re: excommunication...

12:11 AM  

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