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Psychotherapist & Ex-priest Whistleblower Sipes: "SEXUAL ORIENTATION OF... Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory... Homosexual"

The ex-priest, psychotherapist and whistleblower Richard Sipes, who outed ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick as a homosexual sexual predator, in 2006 reportedly outed as a "homosexual" Francis' recently appointed archbishop of Washington, D.C. Wilton Gregory on his website:

A PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION OF SOME AMERICAN BISHOPS

Person

Location of Diocese

Opinion of Orientation

Cardinal Anthony  J. Bevilacqua

Philadelphia, PA

Heterosexual

+Cardinal Joseph Bernardin

Chicago, IL

Homosexual / Bisexual

Bishop Robert H. Brom

San Diego, CA

Homosexual

+Cardinal John Cody

Chicago, IL

Heterosexual

Bishop Edward P. Cullen

Allentown, PA

Heterosexual

Bishop Paul V. Dudley

Sioux Falls, SD

Homosexual

Bishop Thomas L. Dupre

Springfield, MA

Homosexual

Cardinal Edward M. Egan

New York, NY

Homosexual

+Joseph A. Ferrario

Honolulu, HI

Homosexual

Archbishop Harry J. Flynn

St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN

Heterosexual / Bisexual

+Bishop Louis E. Gelineau

Providence, RI

Homosexual

+Bishop Francis Joseph Green

Tucson, AZ

Homosexual
+Bishop Joseph Green Reno/Las Vegas NV Homosexual
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory Atlanta GA Homosexual

+Bishop George H. Guilfoyle

Camden, NJ

Homosexual

Bishop Joseph Hart

Cheyenne, WY

Homosexual

Bishop Howard J. Hubbard

Albany, NY

Homosexual

+Bishop Thomas Lyons

Washington, D.C.

Homosexual

Bishop Robert N. Lynch

St. Petersburg, FL

Homosexual

+Bishop Leo T. Maher

San Diego, CA

Heterosexual

Bishop Richard J. Malone

Portland, ME

Heterosexual

Archbishop Eugene A. Marino                                            

Atlanta, GA

Heterosexual

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick

Newark, NJ

Homosexual

Bishop James F. McCarthy

New York, NY

Heterosexual

+Bishop Emerson Moore

New York, NY

Homosexual
+ Bishop P. Francis Murphy Baltimore MD Heterosexual

Archbishop John J. Myers

Newark, NJ

Homosexual
                                                       
Bishop Anthony J. O’Connell Palm Beach, FL Homosexual

Archbishop John R. Quinn

San Francisco, CA

Homosexual

+Bishop James S. Rausch

Phoenix, AZ

Homosexual

Bishop Frank J. Rodimer

Paterson, NJ

Homosexual

Bishop George E. Rueger

Worcester, MA

Homosexual

Bishop Daniel L. Ryan

Springfield, IL

Homosexual

Archbishop Robert  Sanchez

Santa Fe, NM

Heterosexual

Bishop Lawrence D. Soens

Sioux City, IA

Homosexual

+Cardinal Francis Spellman

New York, NY

Homosexual
Cardinal J. Francis Stafford Denver CO Homosexual

Bishop Joseph R.. Sullivan

Baton Rouge, LA

Homosexual

Bishop J. Keith Symons

Palm Beach, FL

Homosexual
Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland Milwaukee, WI Homosexual

+Bishop Lawrence H. Welsh

Spokane, WA

Homosexual

Bishop J. Kendrick Williams

Lexington, KY

Homosexual

+Cardinal John Wright

Pittsburgh, PA

Homosexual

Bishop G. Patrick Ziemann

Santa Rosa, CA

Homosexual
              + indicates those who are deceased
[http://www.awrsipe.com/Click_and_Learn/2006-08-01-Sexual_Orientation-4.html]

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of the Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Comments

M. Prodigal said…
Almost all of them are immoral homosexuals! Explains a lot.

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