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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #30 on: June 03, 2022, 03:16:01 PM »
Archbishop Cordileone is another Proof, if any was needed, that God has not forsaken His Hierarchical Church.

Archbishop Cordileone Undoes with his Left Hand What He Did with his Right




Well, friends, I checked with a contact in the San Francisco area about whether homosexualist cheerleader James DeWan was ordained to the permanent diaconate on Saturday by Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. I posted yesterday asking for information about the missing candidate, since ten were scheduled for ordination and only nine attended. I hoped and prayed that the archbishop had better sense than to ordain a man with so scandalous a background who is obviously unfit for ordained ministry in the Church by the Church's own directives!

Unfortunately, DeWan was, in fact, ordained. Here's the response I received from my northern California friend:

Yes on the ordination. There was a guy missing but not him and my contact didn't know why. Don't know anything about him. I can tell you the program is quite solid although the new class will have a different guy in charge. They had the parishes where the deacons came from and where they were going and one was the notorious MHR (Most Holy Redeemer) but my contact didn't know if they had one or were receiving one.

The archbishop with the "heart of a lion" apparently has feet of clay.

I'm reposting a few of DeWan's disgraceful tweets here like the one above. Frankly I'm shocked at what Archbishop Cordileone has done and so grievously disappointed. Of course the San Francisco archdiocese is notoriously pro-homosexual and Archbishop Cordileone inherited a lot of problems. It seems rather foolish to give himself more.

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DeWan isn't the only permanent deacon whose behavior is shocking. In 2017, another permanent deacon brought scandal to the archdiocese. "Openly gay" deacon Brian Bromberger was investigated for articles and actions in flagrant violation of Catholic teaching. Some of his articles for The Bay Area Reporter which celebrates sodomy are too pornographic to review here. While the diocesan spokesman said the deacon was being investigated in 2017, he apparently got a pass since he continues to be listed among priests and deacons with faculties in the archdiocese. See the PDF from October 2021. Meanwhile, he continues to write for the The Bay Area Reporter and to applaud the gay lifestyle.

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?

Every person on earth no matter how committed to mortal sin should be treated with kindness. But to allow active homosexuals and those who shill for homosexuality to serve at the altar handling the Body and Blood of the Lord is shocking and sacrilegious! We know from Michael Rose's book, Good-Bye Good Men that gatekeepers in the seminaries locked out manly men who embraced Church teaching as "too rigid." Instead they welcomed gays into the priesthood giving us the scourge of child sex abuse where a high percentage of those molested were young teen boys groomed, fondled, and raped by gay priests.

That the problem was male on male abuse was confirmed by the John Jay report. What kind of bishop, in the light of all we've seen, happily ordains men with perverted and disordered sexual lives? Even if they don't act out on their disordered inclinations, they are not fit canidates for ministry. Their view of life is skewed, like looking at your image in a fun house mirror.

I remember reading years ago about a Canadian bishop who publicly stated that only men who would make good husbands and fathers should be ordained to the priesthood. How right he was! And the same goes for the permanent diaconate.

Archbishop Cordileone can't have it both ways. You can't defend the assault on the family by aborting its youngest and most vulnerable members, and then turn around and embrace the assault on the family through homosexuality and same sex "marriage." It's like raising two roosters and still expecting to get baby chicks. The archbishop's actions are schizophrenic! In one act he defends the family; in the other he attacks it.

To discipline Nancy Pelosi and forbid her from receiving Communion was a pastoral act for the good of her soul. To allow an active gay man to function as an ordained minister and ordain another who rejects Church teaching and cheers for sodomy and same-sex marriage is not only not pastoral, but scandalous!

We are left with one more betrayal by a bishop whom we believed was an answer to prayer. How many more shocking disappointments must we endure. How many times will we have to carry the heaviest cross of all, the betrayal by our own spiritual fathers?



I can no longer praise Archbishop Cordileone. I can only mourn and shake my head as I think of Nancy being denied Communion while two champions of sodomy not only receive the Body of Christ but serve at the altar and are presented to the faithful as worthy ministers to preach and teach the faith they mock by their actions.

May God have mercy on Archbishop Cordileone.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #31 on: June 04, 2022, 04:26:34 AM »
His act of banning of communion for Pelosi while completely correct just doesn't pass my sniff test....neither does Vigano but of course I could be utterly wrong and I know God will win regardless.
 
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #32 on: June 04, 2022, 07:39:25 AM »
Let's Pray for Archbishop Cordileone and other Bishops to be strong in the Lord and faithful to Jesus and Mary in all things. Amen.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #33 on: June 04, 2022, 04:38:01 PM »
Let's Pray for Archbishop Cordileone and other Bishops to be strong in the Lord and faithful to Jesus and Mary in all things. Amen.

They could start by not ordaining actively gay deacons, for instance.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #34 on: June 04, 2022, 04:38:34 PM »
Maybe Bishop Cordileone being an appointee of Pope Emeritus Benedict knows that he won't have the red cap under the reign of Pope Francis being the way of the current leadership, thus, rather made that bold statement against Pelosi for there is nothing to loss and he just have to make a stand of a Catholic leader. This is the reality in the politics within the Catholic Church leadership that is not peculiar. But he has to go back to the reality that he needs an ally among the sodomites who has very strong influence in the socio-political and economic affairs of the U.S.

He ordained a person who does not even know the definition of love and is openly transgressing the will of God. 
 

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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #35 on: June 04, 2022, 08:12:32 PM »

They could start by not ordaining actively gay deacons, for instance.
Right. But IMHO this should also apply to candidates for the priesthood and bishoprics? With this out in the open, it is truly incredible that he would be ordained, except that historians claim that there have been homosexually active Popes. For example, Paul II, Sixtus  IV, Leo X, Julius III.
 
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #36 on: June 04, 2022, 08:24:14 PM »
^I agree and it must start with ordaining Priests.
 

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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #37 on: June 05, 2022, 11:24:50 AM »
They could start by not ordaining actively gay deacons, for instance.
Right. But IMHO this should also apply to candidates for the priesthood and bishoprics? With this out in the open, it is truly incredible that he would be ordained, except that historians claim that there have been homosexually active Popes. For example, Paul II, Sixtus  IV, Leo X, Julius III.

What historians are those?
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #38 on: June 05, 2022, 11:48:25 AM »

They could start by not ordaining actively gay deacons, for instance.
Right. But IMHO this should also apply to candidates for the priesthood and bishoprics? With this out in the open, it is truly incredible that he would be ordained, except that historians claim that there have been homosexually active Popes. For example, Paul II, Sixtus  IV, Leo X, Julius III.

This is complete slander against Paul II and Leo X. I don't know about the other two, but such a claim would require very solid substantiation.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #39 on: June 05, 2022, 01:15:46 PM »
I have been hearing from "pseudo-historians" since my high school days, that all kinds of historical figures were Sodomites; which past generations somehow never perceived. While there were some Popes that have led immoral lives, I have not heard of a single one who was one of these.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #41 on: June 05, 2022, 03:18:35 PM »
The person to the right of Archbishop Cordileone, is that a woman?

We shouldn't presume to judge the sex that the person identifies with.
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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #42 on: June 05, 2022, 04:51:57 PM »
The person to the right of Archbishop Cordileone, is that a woman?

We shouldn't presume to judge the sex that the person identifies with.

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Re: Archbishop Cordileone Formally Addresses Pelosi Scandal
« Reply #44 on: June 05, 2022, 07:35:05 PM »
I have been hearing from "pseudo-historians" since my high school days, that all kinds of historical figures were Sodomites; which past generations somehow never perceived. While there were some Popes that have led immoral lives, I have not heard of a single one who was one of these.
I don't know if these historians were mistaken in their claims:
Paul II:
1. Leonie Frieda, The Deadly Sisterhood: A Story of Women, Power, and Intrigue in the Italian Renaissance, 1427–1527, chapter 3 (HarperCollins, 2013) ISBN 978-0-06-156308-9
2.  Karlheinz Deschner, Storia criminale del cristianesimo (tomo VIII), Ariele, Milano, 2007, pag. 216.
3. Nigel Cawthorne, Das Sexleben der Päpste. Die Skandalchronik des Vatikans, Benedikt Taschen Verlag, Köln, 1999, pag. 171.
4. Claudio Rendina, I Papi, Storia e Segreti, Newton Compton, Roma, 1983, p. 589.

Sixtus IV
 1. Cawthorne, Nigel (1996). Sex Lives of the Popes. Prion. p. 160. ASIN 185375546X.
  2.  Stefano Infessura, Diario della città di Roma (1303–1494), Ist. St. italiano, Tip. Forzani, Roma 1890, pp. 155–156


Leo X 
C. Falconi, Leone X, Milan, 1987

Julius III
Burkle-Young, Francis A., and Michael Leopoldo Doerrer. The Life of Cardinal Innocenzo del Monte: A Scandal in Scarlet, Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1997


Julius II
Louis Crompton, Homosexuality and Civilization, page 278 (Harvard University Press, 2006) ISBN 978-0-674-01197-7

Also Traditioninaction.org has raised questions about a post VII pope. I don't know how credible Traditioninaction.org is.
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