Monday, January 8, 2018

Perversity University

On Sunday, December 17, 2017, while Traditionalists were celebrating Gaudete Sunday (the third Sunday of Advent using the rare rose-colored vestments), "Father" Gregory Greiten of  St. Bernadette parish in the Vatican II sect diocese of Milwaukee said he was "breaking the silence of gay men in the clergy so he could reclaim his own voice." "I am Greg. I am a Roman Catholic [sic] priest[sic]. And, yes, I am gay!" he told worshipers Sunday. He received a standing ovation. (See

  According to Vatican II sect priest Donald B. Cozzens, an estimated 23% to 58% of "priests" are in fact sodomites. That would mean that there are anywhere from 8,554 (low) to 21,571 (high) sodomite "priests" in the United States today based on the most recent figure of approximately 37,000. (See The Changing Face of the Priesthood, Liturgical Press, [2000]). How did we get to this point? Even 30 years ago, the thought of giving a standing ovation to a man who is mentally ill and/or morally deranged would have been unthinkable. Timothy J. Dailey, PhD, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Marriage and Family Studies of the Family Research Council, wrote in his 2004 article, "Homosexuality and Child Sexual Abuse":

The circle of abuse is the tragic legacy of the attempts by homosexuals to legitimize having sex with boys... Individuals from the 1 to 3 percent of the population that is sexually attracted to the same sex are committing up to one-third of the sex crimes against children...The evidence indicates that homosexual men molest boys at rates grossly disproportionate to the rates at which heterosexual men molest girls. To demonstrate this it is necessary to connect several statistics related to the problem of child sex abuse:
1. men are almost always the perpetrator;
2. up to one-third or more of the child sex abuse cases are committed against boys;
3. less than three percent of the population are homosexuals.
Thus, a tiny percentage of the population [homosexual men], commit one-third or more of the cases of child sexual molestation.

The Vatican II sect members have not only has lost their faith, but obviously their marbles as well, if they can't link sodomites to the wave of child rape in their sect that has come forth since 2002. Mr. Greiten's "bishop," Jerome Listecki, not only supported his "coming out," but gave his approval for the National Catholic (sic) Register to publish an article that Greiten had written in their next issue, published on the following day. Greiten writes, "...there are no authentic role models of healthy, well-balanced, gay, celibate priests to be an example for those, young and old, who are struggling to come to terms with their sexual orientation." What? Homosexuality is one of the "Four Sins That Scream To Heaven For Vengeance" along with murder, oppression of the poor, and defrauding laborers of their rightful wages. As politically incorrect as it is for me to write this, it is no more possible to have a "healthy, well-balanced" sodomite, than there is to have a "healthy, well-balanced" murderer. 

 Fr. DePauw, my spiritual father, was in charge of admissions to Mount St. Mary's Seminary for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. He told me he rejected over 75% of the applicants because he suspected they were perverts. He rejected many others on suspicion of Modernism. All this he did with the full support of Archbishop Francis Keough, a prelate he described as "saintly." He also claimed that's why everyone who had the ear of Pope Pius XII did all they could to denigrate him and prevent him from obtaining the red hat of a Cardinal, a dignity expected to be given the Archbishop of Baltimore. When Abp. Keough took ill, Bishop Lawrence Shehan was appointed Coadjutor, meaning he would automatically succeed to the Archbishopric upon the demise of Abp. Keough.

 Shehan had already obtained a reputation in Bridgeport for being a "Modernist dictator" going back to his appointment there in 1953. When Abp. Keough left this world on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1961, Shehan's first priority was to remove Fr. DePauw from his position and replace him with a priest who was "pastoral" towards those with "sexuality issues." (Read: a pervert who wanted other perverts to infiltrate the priesthood and destroy it). By the 1980s, St. Mary's was referred to as the "Pink Palace" for its "gay" subculture. Shehan would persecute Fr. DePauw and calumniate him relentlessly for the rest of his life. He was an arch-Modernist at Vatican II, and was given the red hat by Montini in 1965. He tried everything he could to shut down Father's Catholic Traditionalist Movement in 1964, and he just might have succeeded had it not been for Bishop Kurz, Cardinal Spellman and Cardinal Ottaviani. Shehan passed in 1984, never having retracted the calumnies against Fr. DePauw. I shudder to think where he is now. 

I tell this story because this is where the rot began; in seminaries and (formerly) Catholic colleges. It is important to indoctrinate people to accept both heresy and moral perversion under the veneer of "erudition." According to Father Andrew Walker, the situation at the Baltimore seminary was so bad that the vice rector delivered a lecture "in front of at least 150 people when he stated, ‘Yes, we accept openly gay seminarians; that's our policy.’" (See "Homosexual Culture Undercuts Priesthood,", April 5, 2002). 

The Bizarre and Unnatural Legitimized
  When you send your children to college, don't think that only secular colleges and universities are left-wing, anti-God, and proponents of immorality. The "Young America's Foundation" ("YAF") regularly audits course catalogs, textbook requirements, and other components of today's colleges. According to YAF:

Today’s universities create "diversity and inclusion" centers and joyfully publish statistics on the diversity of race, gender, and sexual orientation of their faculty while remaining entirely homogeneous when it comes to diversity of ideas. As tuition rates increase and students face increasing levels of college-related debt, the value and quality of education plummets. Rather than churning out the next generation of American leaders, so-called "premiere" institutions graduate class after class of adults who are unable to tolerate opposing viewpoints. (See 

The following is an actual list of courses offered in "Catholic" colleges and universities in the United States.  WARNING!! Extremely disturbing content below.


WGST 233: Culture, Politics, HIV
This course explores the affects attached to raced, sexed, and gendered embodiment through a comparative reading of discourse written on the bodies infected/affected in the transnational AIDS epidemic. In focusing on the two populations whose images have come to define popular perceptions of the epidemic—urban Western gay men and disenfranchised African women and children—we examine the shared affects of abjection and narratives of triumph attached to these bodies. Using a transnational feminist lens that pays particular heed to the racing and gendering of these bodies in a global context, we will question the ways in which these narratives of embodiment erase other bodies affected by the disease (such as African-American heterosexuals and queer Africans). We will also look at the ways in which people living with HIV/AIDS have crafted a number of transnational links that provide the opportunity for both resistant and complicit performances.
cat_term_in=201730&subj_code_in=WGST&crse_numb_in=233; Does anyone even know what this drivel MEANS?--Introibo)

THEO 025: The Bible and Horror
The Bible can be a scary book. From chaos monsters like Leviathan and Behemoth, to God's terrifying nighttime attack on Moses in Exodus 4, to the beast with seven heads and ten horns in the book of Revelation--the Bible often reads more like horror literature than religious literature. In this course we will explore why that might be. That is, what might religion and horror (or the monstrous) have in common, and how finally do they differ? Why does the horror genre draw so often on biblical and religious themes (as in Dracula's favorite quote from the book of Leviticus, "the life is in the blood")? And is the supernatural a necessary part of religion, or can religion exist within the bounds of reason alone? The class will engage in close readings of selected biblical texts, and move on to Gothic literature and modern films. A good deal of writing and reading will be required.

From the Archdiocese of Newark-run SETON HALL UNIVERSITY

POLS 2351: The Politics of Marriage
This course focuses upon gay marriage as a contemporary political idea, part of an important public policy debate. Gay marriage is bound to a larger historical, religious and cultural narrative. The course focuses upon the European and American experience. Other non-western and indigenous traditions are introduced to assist in examining the diversity and complexity of the topic. Complementary ideas are introduced and evaluated, most notably social construction and essentialism. This endeavor requires careful attention as many important voices here (women and queer individuals in particular) are historically marginalized.

From the Jesuit-run XAVIER UNIVERSITY

THEO 324: Religion and Hip Hop
This course explores the relationship between religion and hip hop culture. Economic disenfranchisement has always played an important role in hip-hop culture. Similarly, the"religious" is consistently cited within hip-hop culture as a means of identity construction and ethical formation. Given these concurrent themes operating with hip hop, we will examine the various ways in which religious discourse, epistemologies, narrative and meaning constructs, classification schemes, language-worlds, images, ideas, rituals, and overall sensibilities are expressed in the performance of hip hop and concurrent cultural industries. To this end, we will place selected aspects of hip hop culture in dialogue with established religious traditions.


And even if not "Catholic," I had to give you an idea of what madness has infiltrated the Ivy Leagues. From COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY here in NYC:

SOCI UN 3985: Queer Practice
Is there a particularly “queer” way to live? Does a queer perspective mitigate for certain forms of social, interpersonal or political action? Are there sets of vocations, engagements or relationship formations that are, in and of themselves, distinctly queer? Or is queerness something that can infuse or transform pre-existing modes of personal or relational action? How does any of this relate to the version of “queer” one learns in college? Is a university education necessary, or even useful, for living a queer life? 

Does academic queer theory have any relevance to "real-world" politics, affects or activisms? Do classroom projects within Gender & Sexuality Studies prepare us to engage in projects of social change, political efforts, or in any meaningful way, to work more closely with others on shared goals related to social justice? Does a liberal arts education prepare us to navigate ideological, intellectual and interpersonal differences? To move from a critical gaze at social institutions into institutional change? To become more robust citizens of a world that includes a multiplicity of viewpoints, perspectives and values? Finally, at its best, what should the university classroom do to prepare students to forge their own social and political perspectives, and to move from gaze and consideration into movement and action?
(See :

The Modernists and perverts have turned the seminaries and colleges into cesspools of immorality and heresy. That's why a whole congregation can applaud Mr. Greitan's profession of unnatural desires. That's why Bergoglio tells us "Who am I to judge?" Seminaries are places for sodomites to hook-up while the few that aren't homosexual or bisexual are taught to accept unnatural vice as "normal." Since Vatican II, the Fathers, Doctors, and approved theologians/canonists have all been jettisoned from seminary. No longer will Aquinas, Liguori, Van Noort, Pohle, Prummer, and Regatillo be taught. They are replaced with Karl Rahner, Charles Curran, Richard McBrien, Hans Kung, and Teilhard de Chardin. The colleges and universities that used to prepare people for their God-given vocation now compare the Bible to horror movies, try to show the "interface" between profanity-laced hip-hop music and religion, and make "gay OK." 

 When I graduated college in the 1980s, there was still solid education. Ditto for when I went to graduate school and law school. Since circa 2000, when the first generation of post-Vatican II graduates came into power, all Hell (literally) broke loose. Things will only get worse. Parents, please let this post serve as a warning as to where you send your children to college. Know what they do and what they learn. Earlier, I mentioned the lunacy of giving a standing ovation for a murderer, but can I see that happening in a Vatican II sect parish for someone who works for Planned Parenthood? Yes. Maybe, as some of my readers have suggested, the end isn't too far off. God help us; no One else can. 


  1. The media is a great reason for the falling away from the old ways and from morals. I don't think it is a coincidence that media (especially television and movies) was created not long before Vatican II happened. World War 2 also had a cause, since this suffering made people want to become humanists and not condemn others.

    When one watches media, and gets brainwashed by it, one will start to act and thing like everyone else in the world. Before in time, without media, and when everyone thought the same about God and the true Faith and sin, people lived much better, and faith flourished.

    Pray that God will make a change in the world and raise up His Church soon. It is much needed!

  2. Great article!! I think that a lot of the perversity today is a result of the medical /psychiatric institutions labeling every sin as a “disease”. Instead of people going into a confessional they are told and/or referred to a therapist or psychiatrist. We have a spiritual problem in this country and it is only solved thru a good honest confession and absolution. It is not solved by laying on a therapists couch or days spent in rehab racking up enourmous fees for the therapists. In my opinion the majority of this disease nonsense began with Freud and his ilk. I speak from my own experience. I sought help for years. I went to various therapists and self-help programs and it wasn’t until somebody had the love to tell me that I was in mortal sin and needed to go to a Valid Priest for confession and absolution that I found the relief my soul was searching for all those years. I had been to confessions before but they were young Novus Ordo and invalid Priests and, of course, no relief was found. At the time I didn’t understand why I was told to go to a Priest who had been ordained prior to Vatican II, but for some reason, I searched for the oldest Priest I could find in my area. In a matter of minutes my soul found relief through confession and absolution!! Thanks be to God for his Graces!!!

    1. You’re right Joann. No one is immoral anymore; they have a “sickness” and we must feel sorry for them. As Pope Pius XII was remarked,”The greatest sin of our age is thst we have lost all sense of sin!”

      God Bless!


  3. One of the most difficult things to find nowadays is the
    Holy Saturday Vigil (pre-1951) before Easter Sunday.
    Simultaneously it's not unheard of to read about
    "Homosexual Clergy" within the Novus Ordo.
    Indeed,what an age of perversity we inhabit.

  4. The concept of a celibate gay preist is such a load of bull. If a “priest” is already breaking God’s law being a sodomite he’s not going to keep the church’s law with regard to celibacy.