Monday, December 20, 2010
As I've stated many times, I do not attack the Vatican II sect BECAUSE of their immorality. Rather, I claim that the immorality is a direct result of the heresy they profess. Having lost their Faith and the supernatural help of the True Sacramants, they threw away their morality as well. Allowing men with "same sex attraction" into the seminaries, rejecting sodomy as one of the four sins which scream to Heaven for Vengeance, denying and downplaying the gravity of sin, and rejection (de facto) of the Dogma of Hell, leads inevitably to the sad story which follows.
Oliver O'Grady, an invalidly ordained "priest" of the Vatican II sect, was the subject of an award winning 2006 documentary entitled "Deliver Us From Evil."
Here is what O'Grady is up to according to the news report in the Lodi News Sentinel:
By Ross Farrow
News-Sentinel Staff Writer Lodi News-Sentinel
Convicted pedophile priest Oliver O'Grady, who served at St. Anne's Catholic Church in the 1970s, was arrested on Friday on charges of possessing thousands of pictures of child pornography, according to the Dublin Times newspaper in Ireland and Catholic canon lawyer Patrick Wall.
O'Grady was arrested at his Dublin hostel just after 7 a.m. Ireland time, the Times reported. Authorities found child pornography photos on O'Grady's laptop and a hard drive, the newspaper reported.
O'Grady, 65, was released from custody on bail that amounts to 500 euro, the equivalent of about $750, Wall said on Sunday. He is next due in court on Friday.
Oliver O'Grady previously served seven years at Mule Creek State Prison in Ione after pleading guilty to four counts of sexual abuse with children under 14 in Calaveras County while he a priest in San Andreas.
He served at St. Anne's in Lodi from 1971-78 and at parishes in Stockton, Turlock, Hughson and San Andreas from 1979 until his arrest in 1993.
O'Grady was paroled from Mule Creek in 2000 and deported to his native Ireland.
A documentary about O'Grady's life, called "Deliver Us From Evil," was released in 2006. Much of the movie involved interviews with Bob and Maria Jyono of Lodi, whose daughter was sexually abused by O'Grady. The film is available on DVD.
Since being deported to Ireland, O'Grady moved to Holland, where he volunteered at a parish and organized birthday parties at a McDonald's restaurant there, Wall said. He grew a beard and went by Brother Francis (Francis is his middle name), Wall added.
"We don't blame Oliver," Wall said. "He can't control himself. It was the people who were supposed to supervise him (we blame).
"The only reason it came out is that, like all criminals, Oliver made a mistake," Wall said. "He was coming back (to Ireland) from Holland and left his laptop on the plane."
Authorities found videos and still photos of child pornography on his computer, with victims as young as the age of 2, Wall said.
O'Grady had applied for Dutch citizenship, but he returned to Ireland after someone saw him in "Deliver Us From Evil" in Holland and reported him to police, Wall said.
When, o when will people wake up and reject the Vatican II sect en mass?
Monday, December 13, 2010
In an interview before U.S. Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 2010, Timothy Dolan, Concilliar "archbishop" of New York, who is the new head of the U.S. "Catholic" bishops, had this to say about Thanksgiving and Christ:
"Thanksgiving is a time of the year when people are open to the Lord, and we don't think about ourselves. We're grateful to God. We're conscious that somebody -- some call him or her, whatever you want -- somebody beyond us is in charge, and we are immensely grateful." Him/her/whatever you want? Ecumenism and religious indifferentism rule the Vatican II sect! The True Church, established by Christ (not by Angelo Roncalli aka John XXIII and Giovanni Montini aka Paul VI) teaches differently! We are called to bring all men into the True Church remembering Our Lord's Words:
"But he that shall deny me before men, I will also deny him before my Father who is in heaven" (Matthew 10:33/DRV).
More disturbing was Dolan's response to a reporter concerning his upset election as new president of the US "Catholic" Bishops. He was asked about his win over a "liberal" bishop, presumably making Dolan "conservative." He said, "All of us agree on the essentials. It's more a matter of style" They all agree on praying to "whatever" (the 'substance') and how far away they fall from Catholic Orthodoxy must be demed 'style'? Kyrie Eleison!!
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
The depravity of the Vatican II sect grows. They threw out the True Faith, and the authentic Catholic morality went with it. I do not argue against the Vatican II establishment because of bad clergy; rather I argue that the bad clergy is a result of the rejection of the Catholic Faith and the adoption of the Modernist heresy condemned by Pope St. Pius X. When God's grace is withdrawn because the Sacraments were replaced with empty Protestant services, people lack the strength to be moral. The new "feel good" catechisms do not teach Traditional Catholic Morals. Add to this the acceptance of "Same Sex Attraction" (which no longer disqualifies a man from entering a Vatican II seminary), and the following story from the AP Newswire makes sense:
Former priest accused of trying to hire hit man
(AP) – Nov 22, 2010
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — In a murder-for-hire case worthy of a Dan Brown novel, a Roman Catholic priest has been arrested on charges that he solicited a hit man to kill a teenager who had accused him of sexual abuse.
Authorities said John Fiala first offered the job to a neighbor, who blew the whistle and helped police arrange a sting. They said Fiala got as far as negotiating a $5,000 price for the slaying before investigators moved in.
The 52-year-old clergyman was arrested Nov. 18 at his suburban Dallas home and jailed on $700,000 bond. In April, he was named in a lawsuit filed by the boy's family, who accused Fiala of molesting the youth, including twice forcing him to have sex at gunpoint.
The abuse allegedly took place in 2007 and 2008, when Fiala was a priest at the Sacred Heart of Mary Parish in the West Texas community of Rocksprings, a rural enclave known for sheep and goat herding.
The family's lawsuit also named the Archdiocese of San Antonio and Archbishop Jose Gomez, alleging that church leadership should have known Fiala was abusive.
The suit was filed just a month before Gomez was introduced as the new incoming leader of the Los Angeles Archdiocese. He is currently serving as an assistant to Cardinal Roger Mahony, who will retire next year. Gomez then automatically becomes archbishop.
The allegations against Fiala seemed like they could have formed a plotline for Brown, who wrote "The Da Vinci Code" and other religiously themed thrillers. But the accuser's attorney said they hit too close to home.
When he learned of the murder-for-hire investigation, the boy "was terrified and rightly so," attorney Tom Rhodes said. As far back as 2008, Fiala threatened the teen, and repeatedly brandished a pistol, Rhodes said.
Fiala "began saying, 'If you tell anyone, I'll hurt you, I'll hurt your family, your girlfriend,'" Rhodes said. "It was more than once he threatened him with a gun."
Fiala only recently rented a place to live in suburban Garland, where police say he initiated the attempted contract killing — even though his new home is more than 300 miles northeast of Rocksprings.
Rhodes said an anonymous informant who initially identified himself as a neighbor of Fiala contacted his office and said the priest had approached him about killing the accuser, who was 16 at the time and is now in his late teens. Rhodes urged the informant to contact the police, who then sent an undercover agent to meet with Fiala.
Rhodes said he had been told Fiala offered $5,000 to carry out the slaying. A spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety said he could not confirm the amount of money involved.
It was unclear how close Fiala came to actually putting his plan in motion or how he wanted the boy killed. A call to the Edwards County Sheriff's Office, which headed up the investigation, was not immediately returned.
Jail records list Fiala's attorney as Rex Gunter in Dallas, but he was in court Tuesday and did not return a call from The Associated Press. Fiala is charged with one count of solicitation to commit capital murder and two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
San Antonio Archdiocese spokesman Pat Rodgers said Fiala has been removed from the public ministry, meaning he cannot present himself as a priest.
Authorities removed him in October 2008, before the accusations of sexual assault emerged, because of his interference with the custodial relationship between the teen in Rocksprings and his grandmother — a case the sheriff's office investigated. Authorities have not disclosed the nature of Fiala's interference.
"We were shocked by the allegations and saddened by the story," Rodgers said. Since Fiala was removed from the public ministry, "we haven't contacted him, and haven't had any reason to contact him."
Rhodes said Fiala originally met the accuser in 2007 and was a frequent visitor at his grandparents' house, where the teen was living. He often came bearing gifts, including new a cell phone and MP3 player, and eventually gave the boy cash to help buy a car.
Fiala used the pretext of private catechism lessons to be alone with the boy, Rhodes said, and in 2008 took the teen to a youth event in the town of San Angelo, Texas, during which he raped him in a motel room at gunpoint.
"He's a dangerous predator and has been since at least 1988," Rhodes said. "The church has known how dangerous this guy is for many, many years. They had full knowledge, we believe, and the documents seem to bear that out — that they knew what a bad person he was and what a danger he was to children."