Friday, June 19, 2009

'When Sissy Dogs Attack!'
9 Eastern and Pacific, 8 Central

In a sick sort of way, I feel sorry for Achbishop Niederauer. It would seem that he's made a career out of endearing himself to every far-left loon, all in the twisted "Spirit" of Vatican II.

I know this is kind of a long read, but I ask that you stick with it.

After 40+ years of ingratiating themselves to the Sons of Sodom, did anyone really think this wouldn't be the natural consequence of all the milquetoasts within The Church, both cleric and lay?

Here's some of the article from The California Catholic Daily; (Emphasis mine)
“Poisonous tenor”
San Francisco ‘gay pride’ group votes to dishonor archbishop at behest of Most Holy Redeemer parishioner

At the urging of a member of Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee has voted to dishonor Archbishop George Niederauer with a “Pink Brick” award for causing “significant harm to the LGBT community.”

The decision was spurred by Matt Dorsey, a member of the Parish Council at San Francisco's ‘gay friendly’ Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. In an opinion piece written for the homosexual-oriented newspaper Bay Area Reporter, Dorsey objected to the original decision by the Pride Celebration Committee to award the Pink Brick to dethroned Miss California, Carrie Prejean. Dorsey said “we need not have looked beyond our own city limits: San Francisco Archbishop George Niederauer” in a column published under the headline
“Niederauer deserves Pink Brick.”

Archbishop Niederauer was singled out for his support last year of Proposition 8, the successful initiative constitutional amendment adopted by voters restricting marriage to between one man and one woman and later upheld by the California Supreme Court. "We hope that with this Pink Brick, we can educate the community about Archbishop Niederauer's work to deny LGBT couples equal protection under the law,” Mikayla Connell, president of the Pride Celebration Committee told the Reporter. “Archbishop Niederauer's support of Proposition 8, which is not representative of all faith communities or even of all Catholics, has only served to harm LGBT families, many of whom are Catholic themselves."

Dorsey also attacked the Archdiocese of San Francisco for “the poisonous tenor” of campaign materials provided under the auspices of the archdiocese in support of Proposition 8. “Clearly, no one expected Archbishop Niederauer to break with the Vatican on the issue of marriage equality,” wrote Dorsey. “But few were prepared for the spiritual leader of 400,000 Bay Area Catholics to offer the imprimatur of our church to such dishonest, divisive and deliberately hurtful rhetoric.”

According to the web site of Most Holy Redeemer Church, Dorsey is a member of the nine-person Parish Pastoral Council, charged with “responding to the needs of parishioners by proposing pastoral initiatives, policies, and programs, or themes in cooperation with the Pastor, pastoral staff and relevant archdiocesan resources and ministries.” The council also meets twice a year with the Parish Finance Committee “to review the financial condition of the parish and consult regarding the annual budget.”

According to a biography posted on the Most Holy Redeemer web site, Dorsey has been a parishioner since 2004. His past activities have included organizing the parish’s contingent to annual ‘gay pride’ parades, and arranging a parish presence at the annual Castro Street Fair. Dorsey is employed as communications director for San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera.

Most Holy Redeemer, located in the city’s Castro District, has repeatedly made news over the years for its homosexual-friendly activities: it is the parish where Archbishop Niederauer gave Communion to two transvestites dressed as nuns in 2007 (the archbishop later apologized), the parish where the same group of transvestite “nuns” – the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence – once held bingo games to raise money until they were kicked out on orders of the chancery in 2006, and the parish that regularly sends a contingent to San Francisco “gay pride” parade until ordered by the archdiocese to stop participating in the event. According Jesuit Fr. Donal Godfrey, currently director of university ministry at the University of San Francisco, the parish is where the so-called “rainbow flag,” the banner of the homosexual-rights movement, was invented.
And for those who rhetorically ask why don't these individuals just leave The Church? They won't. Why? They simply are of the desire to destroy The Catholic Church.

And for Abp. Niederauer, when you lie with dogs, don't be surprised when you get fleas. This is your fault. You brought this on yourself.

If the Sodomite community is of the opinion that you've abandoned them, allow me to remind you that many of the Faithful have come to the conclusion that you've abandoned Catholicism long ago... and political correctness and Modernism have become your new god.

Perhaps this is the catalyst needed to have you defend the Church without apology or conditions.

5 Comments:

Blogger Baron Korf said...

"Any Bishop doing his duty in San Francisco would be a martyr already" quoth my pastor.

9:37 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

LOL!!! How true.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Jon said...

Gunny - This post does not explain the background - why the archbishop received such a distinguished award (one which I would covet and prominently display). Please see Fr. Z's blog for the details.

The abp responded to the Rainbow Sash Alliance's request for dialogue by refusal. He said unless you believe the Catholic Faith, then you do not want dialogue, you want debate. "The truths of our Faith are not open to debate."

I understand that the abp has a bad history, but perhaps he is experiencing conversion. Perhaps Proposition 8 made him finally see the light. His statement which I quote above is golden, one of the best things I've heard out of bishop's mouth this year.

Your comments on the post are correct (as always), but let's see where Abp Niederauer is going.

11:23 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

Isn't that what Abp. Nienstadt of Minneapolis/St. Paul said?

3:37 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

If this story is true: Matt Dorsey--still a Catholic? Ever a Catholic? Hmmmmh

9:55 PM  

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