Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Two Catholic Diocese to Answer to "Openly Gay" Man?

It's being reported by the News & Observer (of Raleigh, NC) that; The newly elected president of the N.C. Council of Churches, Stan Kimer is typical of those who served before him: a retired business executive, longtime churchgoer and member of several nonprofit organization boards.

He's also openly gay.
According to Kimer's self-penned biography; He [Kimer] currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina with Rich, his partner of 19 years.I would venture it a safe bet that Kimer is a proponent of the homosexual lifestyle. I'm also quite sure that he has rectified that with his particular brand of Christianity.

I'm also a big believer in Free Will. If Mr. Kimer so desires to legitimize and live the homosexual lifestyle, that's his business. Just like you and me, we all make choices and we have to live with the consequences.

But I digress, the same N&O article stated; He cited the council's efforts to educate churches about immigration, obesity and disease, as well as about the need for diversity in public schools. Doesn't the salvation of souls factor in there someplace? No mention of a certain Jewish guy who just celebrated a birthday? Oh... that's right. Churches are suppose to save societies, not souls. What was I thinking?

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3 Comments:

Blogger scotju said...

Aside from the head of this council being a sodomite, why are these two dioceses even members of a Protestant organization in the first place? What do we have in common with them?

9:38 PM  
Blogger Ioannes said...

Scotju,

While I agree with you, I note with interest that not all Protestant denominations are members of the NC Council of Churches. As I stated in my post:

http://commentarius-ioannis.blogspot.com/2010/12/north-carolina-council-of-churches-to.html

NO Pentecostal denomination is a member, including the biggest denominations: Assemblies of God, Church of God, Church of the Foursquare Gospel, and Pentecostal Holiness Church.

Perhaps the Dioceses of Raleigh and Charlotte could well learn something about holiness and fidelity from our separated Pentecostal brethren who obviously see through the charade and smoke screen of liberalism and progressivism that is the North Carolina Council of Churches.

1:05 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

used to live in the Diocese of Raleigh--it was a zoo, and we quite going to Roman Rite Churches, and instead attended a Maronite Church.

Why are these two allegedly Catholic diocese even affiliated with this group? Because their Bishops are spineless, or don't actually believe in the Catholic Faith.

if they are spineless, they let themselves be dominated by a sizable clique of modernist and crypto protestant Heretics. If they don't believe in the Catholic faith, they are in fact modernist or crypto protestant heretics themselves.

I'm glad I no longer live in NC

1:35 PM  

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