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Why are Bishops like Barron Afraid to Mention that most Predator Priests are Gay Ephebophiles?

Scholar Atila Sinke Guimaraes in his book "Vatican II, Homosexality & Pedophilia" shows why one result of Vatican II was the apparent promotion of priest predators such as Francis collaborator ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.

In Guimaraes' book, on page 304, he quotes university professor Fr. Donald Cozzen, an experienced counselor of religious and priests, who stated in his experience that about 90% of sex abusing priests are gay ephebophiles:

"Our respective diocesan experience revealed that roughly 90% of priest abusers target teenage boys as their victims... They tend to be ephebophiles, adults whose sexual interest focused on post-pubescent teenagers... Relatively little attention has been paid to this phenomenon by [post-Vatican II] Church authorities. Perhaps it is feared that it will call attention to the disproportionate number of gay priests." (D. Cozzens, The Changing Face of the. Priesthood, pp. 123-4)

Friend of gay activist Fr. James Martin, media star Bishop Robert Barron, appears to be one of those post-Vatican II Church authorities who fears that mentioning that phenomenon might "call attention to the disproportionate number of gay priests."

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 Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.


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