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Bishop Thomas Paprocki Prevents Blasphemy, Stands Up to Homosexual Rainbow Sash Movement Comments

The Rainbow Sash Movement is numbered among a segment of the homosexual and lesbian community which insists that the State use its police power to enforce a legal equivalency between marriage and homosexual and lesbian partnerships. However, that is apparently not enough for the Rainbow Sash Movement. They wanted to enter into a consecrated church on Tuesday evening and commit a blasphemous and sacrilegious act. A courageous bishop ... Continue Reading

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  1. Vance
    1 year ago

    Bishop Paprocki is a hero who will be vilifies by the Liberal/Marxist Establishment. All Catholics need to get use to this because more of these attacks on the church are coming.

  2. Deacon John M. Bresnahan
    1 year ago

    Up until a political takeover homosexuality was considered a mental disorder or sickness by most mental health groups including those of psychiatrists.
    But I read an account of why they changed. It wasn't because of a new discovery in that field, but raw political logrolling. The account I read years ago was by an independent writer.
    Thank goodness this bishop has some courage

  3. LoverofJesusorIsa
    1 year ago

    I am a muslim and i love the stance this Bishop took. God knows my sincerity and humility when i say this: It saddens me what has been done to the faith of Jesus today, apart from the homosexual issues it is very common for us to see a huge number of Christians who have children outside the wedlock (i live in london and most of my friends are born outside the wedlock). This is where the gay and lesbian community hide to justify their blasphemous and atheist behaviour. I pray for all the righteous christians to be guided to Islam and to study it for themselves before jumping to conclusions because of the media and hear say. Even Muhammad (PBUH) said Jesus was his brother and the greatest detail of the coming back of Jesus is mentioned by him, including the colour of his clothes and location! Before anyone thinks what i am doing on a catholist website, I am not being a troll, the reason i ended up on this website was i searched the word blaphemy on google news and saw this article. Again, not to digress, May Allah bless this pope and those who stand to protect the word of God. May God bless all the prophets and guide us all to the truth and make it clear.

  4. Anne Marie
    1 year ago

    The Church welcomes sinners and those who struggle with temptations. The Church teaches that sexual intimacy is to be reserved for a man and a woman united in the sacrament of marriage. Those who are not married are called to live in continence. This is a tremendous challenge, as St. Augustine admitted from his own experience, whether one is a homosexual or a heterosexual, and one that can only be met by a deep and living intimacy with Our Lord within the supportive embrace of the Church. When one homosexual heard about this demand of continence, he asked how he could face the loneliness that it would bring him. We in the Church need to recognize the struggles that people face with same-sex attractions, and we need to give them the loving support they need to meet the challenges of living the demands of the faith. This is not easy to do: to act with "love for people and hatred for vice" (as St. Augustine wrote) is not easily done, and we usually do one while neglecting the other. But it is necessary to do both if we are to remain faithful ourslves and if we are to welcome back those who mistrust the Gospel.

  5. Don
    1 year ago

    The Pope is the vicar of Christ. If one does not accept the Pope office as the head of the Catholic church, this is the same as rejecting the Holy Spirit. Ask the Lord for the grace to heal the soul. Just know that one who does not accept the pope, consequently, he or she is not in communion of the body of Christ and Catholic church, created by Jesus Christ.

  6. jacinta
    1 year ago

    Thank you Bishop Paprocki for having the courage and love of the church to defend what is true. The old saying comes to mind "Evil flourishes when good men do nothing".
    You are an inspiration to many, that these bullies can be defeated. I would like to see them try this with other religions, they are a bunch of cowards!
    Come on you good Catholics start defending your faith, pray the Rosary every day as requested by Our Lady Of Fatima, we cannot ignore a mandate from heaven.
    God bless you once again Bishop Paprocki, I pray an extra St. Michael's prayer every day for such courageous priests and laity.

  7. Clinton C. Somerton
    1 year ago

    "Here is someone you should get to know because he would deny your right to employment, housing, marriage, adoption if you are Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender..."

    The above statement by the homosexualist Rainbow Sash organization shows so clearly the grievous error made by the psychiatric community in de-listing homosexuality as a psychological disorder. Along with the normalizations of heterosexual abuses that lead, among other things, to pre-natal homicide (i.e abortion), the normalization of homosexualism is not without its victims; as the above citation shows, those victims include the natural institution of marriage itself, along with children who are adopted into homosexual "families" and thus deliberately deprived of at least one of their natural parents and of the modelled structure of a natural, human family of father an mother.

    A rotten tree does not bring forth good fruit, and the rotten tree of the so-called "sexual revolution", including its homosexual manifestations, leads inevitably to the abolition of human rights on many fronts:

    - the right to life for pre-born children
    - the right of children to be raised by their natural parents -- father and mother -- or in an environment that models that reality
    - the right of a child to know what "male" and "female" mean, as ontological realities and immutable characteristics of human persons, and to understand themselves as integrated beings, both spiritual and physical, rather than illusory personalities trap in bodies that may be alien to their "essense".
    - the right of children to be protected from the psycho-sexual molestation of school-based propaganda programs to normalize sexual anarchy (LGBTQ), which will impregnate their minds and imaginations with sexual fetishes and obsessions at very early ages and constitute the psychological foreplay that will lead to the normalization of pedophilia

    In Matthew chapter 18, Jesus strongly warns those who would scandalize his "little ones" of the terrible consequences of such abuse. Do not confuse love with indulgence. Those who are enslaved by sexual sin in its various forms need repentance, healing, and freedom; they do not need uncritical and indulgent affirmation. Love demands no less that telling the truth with compassion and constancy.

    In Christ,


  8. Trinbagonian
    1 year ago

    God, we thank You. Forgive us all; Help Your Church. Bless your bishops and of course, Bishop Paprocki. Show us how to protect Your Holy Church, God. And may we show transgressors The Way to Peace.

  9. michael
    1 year ago

    Simply put...this bishop is outstanding!

  10. Tom McGuire
    1 year ago

    Francis, Bishop of Rome, on October 9th said in an interview with La Civilta Cattolica said:

    "I have a dogmatic certainty: God is in every person’s life. God is in everyone’s life. Even if the life of a person has been a disaster, even if it is destroyed by vices, drugs or anything else—God is in this person’s life. You can, you must try to seek God in every human life. Although the life of a person is a land full of thorns and weeds, there is always a space in which the good seed can grow. You have to trust God."

    Jesus loves sinners. Condemnation seldom brings about conversion in another. When we work to discover God in every human being we will discover a way to proclaim Good News engages the heart of human beings and leads to conversion. When we are engaged in this mission we will suffer the consequences of sharing the mercy of God with those most in need of mercy.

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