File under: “Aberrosexual” Hey, I resemble that remark!
It is not easy to talk about some things, but Pope Francis’ statement of a gay lobby in the Catholic Church draws waves. As the Catholic writer, Vittorio Messori made known, there is a page on the Internet called Venerabilis which is run by a fraternity of Homo-Sensitive Roman Catholic Priests.
The homo Sensitive priestly society claims to be a loose association of gay and homophile Catholic priests. The website serves as a gay dating site, so that aberrosexual priests can find contact among themselves, or homosexual laity can meet like-minded priests and vice versa. This page offers chat rooms in five languages, including in German, a Twitter service to the Catholic Church and some news from a “homo sensitive” view. The ads are unique. Anyone who registers on the Venerabilis and gives a personal ad or responds to one, seeks homosexual sexual contact.
The site is operated by Italian aberrosexuals. The Italian chatroom is the most visited, followed by Spain and France.
Sex contacts for priests, seminarians, religious and lay people committed
Whether it is priests who are the operators, can not be said with certainty. However, Messori has no doubt. In the German chat room, you can read messages like: “Good day, I live in Germany and seeking contact with like-minded men (priests)”, including e-mail address. Or: “I, too, am seeking a devout Catholic (within the Church as a committed layman) to like-minded people in the name of love …”. “I’m looking for a friend. A priest like me. “
In the Italian chat one gets even more to the point. This recent entry contact on the 12th of June is: “My name is Luca from Milan and would like to meet a priest with serious intentions to associate with him.” On the 23rd of May an “Anonymous” wrote, “Good day, I am 67 years old, I had friendships with priests who were important for my spiritual, personal and sexual life … I would like to be contacted by priests in Rome again and to experience these feelings, PS: I am a teacher and guarantee discretion for me and for everyone who answers me. ” Or “I’m a married man of 50 years, looking for gay priests for a discrete friendship in the area of (name of city).” On 15 May: “Hi, my name is Marco from (city name), an ex-seminarian seeking young priest.”
Since the 1st of May the aberro-brotherhood, which calls itself Fraternitas Sacerdotalis. is a “meeting place” in order to meet “personally” and at “no risk”. And in fact, Rome Feltrinelli bookstore in Largo Argentina has a “6- 8pm” at the cafeteria or in the department “Philosophy and Religion”. “For the seminarians of the Jesuit university Gregorian University and the Dominican Angelicum from 11 to 12 clock in the same place. “
Zero tolerance of pedophilia. When is there also going to be zero tolerance towards aberrosexuality?
When Pope Francis reitrated the zero tolerance policy of Pope Benedict XVI. against pedophilia in April, the Catholic intellectual Roberto de Mattei said: “zero tolerance against homosexuality” The historian recalled a meeting on the 12th of April 2010 in Chile, and drew attention to the Secretary of State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone who addressed scientific studies on an evident connection between sexual abuse of minors, and homosexuality. There is, says de Mattei, an urgent need to combat the hedonistic and relativistic culture which has ripped into the church relativistic, for homosexuality or homosexual tendencies in seminaries are even considered to be “irrelevant”.
“Opposite, ‘structures of sin’ is silence not allowed. It is compulsory to tear the veil of hypocrisy, even if some will view this as a defilement of the Church. The dirt is sin, not the combat against it,” says the historian, who quoted the holy Peter Damian (1007-1072): “This vice should not be viewed as a normal burden, because it involves significantly other vices. It kills namely, the body, destroys the soul, contaminating the flesh, choking the light of the intellect, drives away the Holy Spirit from the temple of the soul, leading to inciting a demon of lust, seduced into error … “.
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One Reply to ““Venerabilis”, Website for Indecent Encounters Between Priests in Italy”
OK, I am confused here.