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Priests Actually Felt No Shame

Denial of Sin By James K. Fitzpatrick (This article originally appeared in the Catholic weekly The Wanderer. To subscribe call 651-224-5733.) In a column on the clerical sex abuse scandals rocking the Church, I speculated about how the priests involved in these acts could justify their behavior to themselves in their private moments. One possibility I raised was that they may have bought so totally into premises of the homosexual revolution that they actually felt no shame for what they had done. Fred Martinez, staff religion editor of the Conservative Monitor and a regular contributor to the San Francisco Faith, a northern California newspaper, forwarded a column of his that appeared on on April 18th. In it, he speculates that the problem may be even more deep seated. Martinez holds that we are witnessing the impact of the successful infiltration of Catholic “publishers, seminaries, even convents and monasteries” by a “scientific paganism” that calls for an “inversion of

Time Warner and the U S Postal Service vs. Democracy

I learned about this from a conservative Catholic weekly called The Wanderer. Please pray and do something to help.To learn what you can do to help, go to Fred Disseminate Information, Protect Democracy Teresa Stack The following is a shortened version of a letter drafted by Nation president Teresa Stack and signed by her and her counterparts at more than a dozen independent journals, including National Review, The American Spectator and Mother Jones. To learn what you can do to help, go to PRINT ARTICLE TAKE ACTION EMAIL ARTICLE SUBSCRIBE NOW BLETTERS (3) Write to the Magazine Here's a list of academics who have sent a letter to James C. Miller III, chairman of the Postal Board of Governors, protesting the change. James C. Miller III Chairman, Postal Board of Governors We write to you today on a matter of great urgency. The recent decision of the Postal Service Board of Governors (BOG) to accept the sta

"The shocking hate mail we received shows...

Outrageous Homosexual Bill Passes California Senate SB 777 a serious assault on religious freedom in schools SACRAMENTO, May 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- The California State Senate voted today (23-13) to pass SB 777 (Kuehl), legislation that will ban textbooks and teachers from any instruction that "reflects or promotes bias against" homosexuality, transgenders, bisexuals or those with perceived gender issues. SB 777 is similar to last session's highly controversial SB 1437, which passed the legislature but was vetoed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. "SB 777 is designed to transform our public schools into institutions that disregard all notions of the traditional family unit," said Karen England, Executive Director of Capitol Resource Institute. "This reverse discrimination is an outright attack on the religious and moral beliefs of California citizens." Earlier this month homosexual advocacy group Equality California attacked CRI's opposition to

Differing Views on the Senate immigration bill

Newt Gingrich: "a sellout of every conservative principle." "I can't imagine anybody running for president being nominated if they support this bill," Mitt Romney: "I strongly oppose today's bill going through the Senate," "It's the wrong approach." Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff: "He's(Ted Kennedy) awesome," Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy: "the deal was true to America's 'humanity and our tradition of a nation of immigrants'." Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar: "an important start" Republican Representative Tom Tancredo: "a slap in the face" to working Americans "I was listening to President Bush speak on the border, and I'm thinking to myself, 'I'm listening to Bill Clinton reworking every word, reworking every definition.'?" Gilberto Escalante, a 41-year-old fisherman from Topolobampo in Sinaloa state: "We don't want the house or the

Gay Mafia Takes Over of U.S. Bishops & Media

-Updated October 1, 2017- As the history below shows, in the early part of this century, the gay mafia took over the U.S. media. Now, they appear to be taking over the U.S Bishops in many dioceses. On March 31, in a article called "Numerous 'gay' affirming parishes unopposed by bishops in major U.S. dioceses," it was confirmed that the gay mafia is taking over many dioceses. The report showed that many American bishops were allowing parishes to have homosexual groups that opposed defined Church teaching. The article said that leftist bishops and conservative bishops ranging from "McElroy of San Diego and Chaput of Philidelphia have expressed concern about the use of 'intrinsically disordered" which is the defined Church teaching of homosexuality. Both bishops are also defending gay activist Fr. James Martin who on YouTube said "chasity is not required of homosexuals on September 20. Chaput, McElroy as well as many othe