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Sunday, December 9, 2018

More Scandals and More Bad Bishops: Homosexual Enabling Continues

Joseph Bambera, one more homosexual-enabling
bishop. No doubt he echoes Pope Fancis'
sophistry, "Who am I to judge?"
Let me say this loud and clear.


Was that loud enough?

And now add this bishop, Joseph Bambera, to your list of false shepherds! If these men don't convert they are likely to become part of the crew whose miters (or skulls according to some saints) "litter the floor of hell."

This from a recent article by George Neumayr:
In 2017, homosexual activists celebrated Bishop Joseph Bambera of Scranton, Pennsylvania, for allowing a heretical priest to speak at a Catholic university in his diocese. 
“A Catholic college and Pennsylvania bishop are the latest public supporters of Fr. James Martin, SJ, after they refused to concede to right-wing activists who wanted the priest disinvited from a scheduled speaking appearance,” burbled a press release from New Ways Ministry, an LGBT group that seeks to change the Church’s moral teachings. “Conservative activists had targeted Misericordia University for inviting Martin speak at the winter commencement this December of the school located in Dallas, Pennsylvania…. This latest show of support from Bishop Bambera and Misericordia University is significant because they stood directly against the very groups to which church officials have frequently conceded, and conceded to the detriment of the church. Their defense will help grow the positive impact on the church that Martin’s book has had, even as the book and its author have drawn criticism from all sides.”
Orthodox priests in Scranton enjoy no such liberty to speak their minds under Bishop Bambera. Nicknamed “Bambi” by some of his priests for his role in enabling a gay clergy, Bambera is known for harassing faithful priests who tell the truth about the pederasty scandal in the Church. One such priest contacted me recounting the harassment he received after delivered a homily in which he lamented the neutralizing effect Pope Francis had on the feckless U.S. bishops’ gathering in Baltimore, a sermon his congregation greeted with applause. “I received nothing but positive feedback,” he said. But word of the sermon critical of Pope Francis and the U.S. bishops got back to Bambera, who dispatched an aide to chew the priest out.         [Read more...]
We keep being told that this is all behind us as we watch the scandals go on and on with enabling bishops promoting homosexuality, the very thing that caused the crisis in the first place. Pray for these men and if you have a bishop like that, CUT OFF THE MONEY! That's all they understand. 

1 comment:

  1. Glad you posted this. I read the article yesterday and it gave me chills. Is it any wonder so few parish priests teach serious Church doctrine from the pulpit?

    I am too frightened to even imagine how widespread is the effort to waterdown our sermons and have us forget what the New Testament commands us to believe.