Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Gays Said to Dominate Seminaries

In two 2002 articles, Phil Brennan of writes that gay men dominate many seminaries and that homosexual activity between students is widespread. As a result, orthodox Catholics are driven away.
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  • In a 2004 article, Michael S. Rose writes about a scandal at an Austrian seminary, where a rector and student openly made out at a party. Using a small digital camera, a Polish priest recorded the inappropriate behavior. A subsequent investigation revealed that seminary computers had been used to download 40,000 pornographic pictures. The images included pedophilia and beastiality.
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    Jan Fredericks said...

    If St. Paul still walked the earth, he would chastise those allowing and committing sin in the Body of Christ which he so loved. He told the immature Corinthians (in the 2 chapters of 1 Cor. 5,6) how to discipline those in their midst and what constituted living in the Kingdom of God.
    We are constantly told to pray for more vocations to the Priesthood when we should be praying that those practicing immoral acts be 'cast out' for their good and ours as St. Paul said to end corruption in the Church---and not in a retreat house, but to live in the world where the rest of us try to live.
    Who are the true Apostles today who care deeply about Body of Christ as St. Paul and St. Peter did? Only God knows whose hearts He lives in. However, Jesus tells us to beware of false prophets (we will know them by their fruits), and that only the one who does the will of His Father in heaven will enter the kingdom of heaven (see Mt. 7:15-23). Galatians 6:7-8 says: "Make no mistake: God is not mocked, for a person will reap only what he sows, because the one who sows for his flesh will reap corruption from the flesh, but the one who sows for the spirit will reap eternal life from the spirit."
    As a convert to the Catholic Church, I trust Jesus, the Great Shepherd, who is coming back for a Church full of faith without spot or wrinkle and pray for those in leadership that they will not tolerate any more leaven to cause disease the Church, which Jesus died for and which the Apostles and true disciples sacrificed their lives for to follow Jesus every moment of the day. We can't waste more time. It's time to be accountable to the laity by following God's ways and not the world's.

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