Saturday, November 23, 2019

Why are the "Conservative" Breitbart and Bp. Barron pushing the Agenda of Gay Activist Archbishop Gregory?

Why is the "conservative" Breitbart pushing the agenda of gay activist Archbishop Wilton Gregory against conservative and traditional Catholics?

"Speaking at a November 21 panel at Georgetown University titled 'The Francis Factor Today,' Archbishop Gregory said that Catholic resistance to the agenda of Pope Francis is 'insidious' and is aggravated by the use of social media that provides a bullhorn to [conservative] critics."
[https://www.breitbart.com/faith/2019/11/23/d-c-archbishop-decries-opposition-movement-pope-francis/]

Why is the "conservative" Bishop Robert Barron joining Breitbart in pushing the gay activist archbishop's agenda?

The May 13, 2018 Catholic Standard reported that the so-called conservative, who is a "friend" of gay activist Fr. James Martin, Bishop Robert Barron has been closely associated with homosexuals who apparently are and were part the gay bishops network.
(Twitter, Fr. James Martin, April 30, 2012, Martin: "Here is my friend Fr. Robert Barron")

Barron's "first spiritual director when he was a seminarian for the [Bernardin] Archdiocese of Chicago" and "friend" was the reportedly homosexual and gay activist Wilton Gregory.

The Standard, also, says he was ordained by the reportedly homosexual and gay activist Cardinal Joseph Bernardin. The article shows Barron giddy in praise of the two gay activists:

"'Cardinal Bernardin's qualities... have shaped the ministry of Archbishop Gregory'... Barron said that his friend Archbishop Gregory is a excellent choice to lead Archdiocese of Washington. 'I can't think of anyone better'... in the wake of the abuse crisis, he said."
(Catholic Standard, "Friends remember how Archbishop Gregory's Chicago years shaped his ministry," May 13, 2019)

Barron, however, doesn't disclose in his praise of Gregory and Bernardin that they were apparently part of "a network of gay priests and bishops" in Chicago according to whistleblowers.

Nor does he explain how a gay activist archbishop is a "excellent choice" to stop gay predators who are responsible for almost all the priest sex abuse cases.

Here is the evidence:

The ex-priest and psychotherapist Richard Sipes, who outed ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick as a homosexual sexual predator, in 2006 outed as a "homosexual" Pope Francis's newly appointed archbishop of Washington, D.C. Wilton Gregory.
(AWRSipes.com, "Sexual Orientation & American Roman Catholic Bishops," August 1, 2006 and Catholic News Agency, "Archbishop Gregory asked to lead Washington archdiocese," March 28, 2019)

It is well-known that Gregory has a deep-seated gay agenda who according to a LifeSiteNews report on August 14, 2018 has appointed a " pro-gay priest as a 'spiritual guide' for abuse victims" despite the fact that the 2011 John Jay report found 81 percent of abuse victims were male.

Joe Sacerdo reported Gregory's gay lobby connections and beginnings :

"Joseph Kellenyi... once a seminarian at Mundelein in the Chicago area... Says:... '[Cardinal Joseph] Bernardin fostered and promoted a network of gay priests and bishops... they protected each other, covered up each other's 'mistakes,'... Bishop Gregory is well aware that he is where he is today because a gay Cardinal [Bernardin] took a special interest in him at a young age. Bishop Gregory benefited directly from a combination of homosexuality and power in the Church.'"
(BryanHehirExposed.wordpress.com, "Fr. Bryan Hehir, Bishop Kicanas, and Cardinal Bernardin," 8 years ago)

It is a scandal that Francis according to whistleblower Sipe has appointed a "homosexual" bishop to Washington, D.C. and that Barron praised his choice.

The scandal gets worst when it is well-known that the Francis appointed bishop has a gay agenda and gay lobby history when 81 percent of abuse victims were males abused by gay predator priests.

Bizarrely and circumstantially in his gay agenda episcopal behavior, Gregory is exhibiting a behavior that Francis is known to practice.

Francis is known to promote homosexual perverts such as Theodore McCarrick to positions of higher responsibility.

The latest example is his personal friend Archbishop Gustavo Zanchetta who was promoted to a high Vatican position even though according to Argentinean Church documents he is allegedly a gay pervert.

Gregory has acted like Francis in at least one of his promotions. The one example that is explicitly known is when Gregory's priest "Fr. Juan Areiza, got entangled in a gay scandal exposed by CBS Atlanta." This same gay pervert priest was later promoted to be "pastor of St. Pius... by Wilton Gregory."
(The American Spectator, "FrancisChurch goes from  Scandal to Scandal," November 4, 2018)

It would be laughable if it was wasn't scandalous that Barron claims that gay activist Gregory and Francis, who is a promoter of gay perverts as well as gay activists, can or might do anything to end the "network of gay priests and bishops."

Read the Barron quote and weep as you laugh at its ridiculousness:

"I would suggest... the Holy Father [Francis]... form a team [probably with Gregory on the team]... to determine how Archbishop McCarrick managed... to function as a roving ambassador for the [Francis] Church and to have disproportionate influence on the appointment of bishops [even though Francis knew he was a homosexual predator]."
(Word on Fire, "The McCarrick Mess, August 9, 2018)

The question needs to be asked:

Is Bishop Barron an enabler in the "conservative" wing of the Bernardin/Gregory gay mafia?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

14 comments:

Robert F Scott said...

I do not like Bishop Barron. He wants to be the new Fulton Sheen, but he hasn't got the chops.
I suspect he is having pressure put on him to conform to the gay agenda in the Church. I note he has become more critical of late of those who oppose the gay agenda.
Perhaps he is angling to be appointed to Philadelphia.

Sendero said...

In the recent docu-drama, The Devil and Father Amorth, an answer Bishop Barron provided to the interviewer struck me as troubling. He stated that he could not see himself becoming an exorcist because that role requires living a holy life of which he is not suited for.

Fr. VF said...

I would give the same answer! All the men who ARE exorcists have given the same answer when first requested to do exorcisms. So I wouldn't use that particular tid-bit against Barron.

Badcatholic said...

Brietbart is ok with the “gay” agenda, like many of the otherwise conservatives. People like Barron give them cover. Francis vetted him, be assured.

Georgia said...

Right so how about all the rest as to him? How about Bernardin--Satanist homopredator?--used fraud and lies to get the Sacrilege of Communion in the Hand normalized in the USA = fact. Accused of attending black masses and sexually abusing 2 children there and other homopredations. What are your thoughts Father? Any insights as to Bernardin and his spawn?

Fr. VF said...

Bernardin was probably perfectly possessed.

Fr. VF said...

I don't think Breitbart was promoting Gregory. I think they were exposing him.

Fred Martinez said...

Please read the Breitbart article.

Tom Healey said...

Giving the "same answer" is your response as self-justification for the spiritual mediocrity that plagues the church in the era of the ubiquitous heresy of modernism.

Original Sin comes to mind(which the conciliar popes seem to have downplayed with PF as the consummation of their being seduced by the preposterous optimism of the 20th Century) and what i perceive as the requirement of low expectations, that peculiar offspring of religious "indifferentism"which the modernism heresy has done so much to cultivate.

No-one expects much in the way of a demanding and rigorous Catholic Faith, least of all Bishop Barron, and those bishops who are not queer themselves nor enablers are so mediocre as to be an embarrasement.

No-one is saved, no-one sees God face-to- face without "holiness"..no-one "is suited" for that "role".....it takes a great inflow of Sanctifying Grace and much suffering. That is the way, the primary way by which the church will be restored to her rightful glory.

Fr. VF said...

Nonsense. The answer Barron gave was what any humble man would give. You have no access to my mind or soul, and therefore no grounds for telling me what my nefarious motives are.

Fr. VF said...

Breitbart knows their audience knows that Bergoglio is a sleaze. Quoting Wilton's slobbering over Bergoglio reveals that Wilton is a fellow sleaze.

Ronald Sevenster said...

Gays are the perfect instruments of Francis and his agenda. They tighten his power grip on the Church because they completely depend on his favor. As soon as he sees fit they can be dismissed, exactly because they are gay. They are blackmailable material and accusations against them can be levelled at any time. Francis will protect them as long as they perfectly obey him.

Tom Healey said...

Nonsense?? You're missing the point. I assume Bp Barron is "sincere", but deluded. It would be ridiculous to think that he is intentionally dishonest.

Unfortunately, the darkened intellect, one of the bitter fruits of Original Sin, is at work in his soul thus dishonesty is universal.

And like countless Catholics, he doesn't get the irony and the tragedy of the natural revulsion against holiness without which we can never see God face-to-face.

The church teaches infallibly the default doctrine of Purgatory for just about every Catholic soul that dies in the State of Grace.

Sendero said...

The point I attempted to make and obviously failed, is that Bishop Barron's answer was that he need not strive to live such a holy life. I also had my wife watch the docu-drama without discussing my insight. At the end, I asked her what she thought of the production. She replied to me the same insight, she was most troubled that Bishop Barron strongly implied he did not view striving to live a holy life as his calling as Bishop.

The secular interviewer predictably congratulated the bishop for his "humbleness". In my view, if a man with a vocation opts not to strive to live a holy life to potentially aid the souls of others with the apparent humble excuse that he is only an administrator; then perhaps we can deduce that bishops see themselves exempted from such an effort. That would explain much.