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Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - SeekerofChrist - 10-09-2020

WARNING: This is an extremely disgusting and revolting bit of news out of Louisiana, involving a priest and two "dominatrices" and their lewd, vile acts inside the priest's own parish.

News Article on the Vile Act

I can't even bring myself to write out a description of what happened, it is so disgusting and heinous.  One of the dominatrices was even rather public about it: "a social media post from Dixon the day before her arrest said she was going to New Orleans to meet another dominatrix and 'defile a house of God,' the newspaper reported."

I'm going to go vomit up my breakfast and skip lunch.


Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Augustinian - 10-09-2020

In a just world he would be defrocked, given last rites and executed for such a grievous offense.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Eric F - 10-09-2020

(10-09-2020, 11:40 AM)SeekerofChrist Wrote: WARNING: This is an extremely disgusting and revolting bit of news out of Louisiana, involving a priest and two "dominatrices" and their lewd, vile acts inside the priest's own parish.

News Article on the Vile Act

I can't even bring myself to write out a description of what happened, it is so disgusting and heinous.  One of the dominatrices was even rather public about it: "a social media post from Dixon the day before her arrest said she was going to New Orleans to meet another dominatrix and 'defile a house of God,' the newspaper reported."

I'm going to go vomit up my breakfast and skip lunch.


                                                                This sounds like a Satanic ritual. I've read some detailed accounts of what Satanists have done with the Eucharist, and it's pretty perverted and horrific to imagine.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - SeekerofChrist - 10-09-2020

(10-09-2020, 12:12 PM)Augustinian Wrote: In a just world he would be defrocked, given last rites and executed for such a grievous offense.

That's what I was thinking.  The modern world becomes more and more depraved, and the wicked receive, at best, a slap on the wrist (if at all). This heinous crime should be a capital offense and, if I remember history correctly, probably would have been in a pre-Vatican II Catholic nation.

(10-09-2020, 12:15 PM)Eric F Wrote:                                                                 This sounds like a Satanic ritual. I've read some detailed accounts of what Satanists have done with the Eucharist, and it's pretty perverted and horrific to imagine.

That possibility occurred to me, too.  I've heard what the Satanists will use as the "tabernacle" during their evil, depraved rituals. This also isn't the first time this kind of sick, perverted act was performed in a church building and filmed, either.  I heard a few years back about a pornographer and his actors getting arrested for filming one of their smut scenes in a church as you could hear the congregation worshiping in the background.  What an evil and wicked generation that now walks upon the Lord's Earth.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - austenbosten - 10-09-2020

There something about him that looks depraved or demonic. Idk something off about his face.


I agree with the consensus that he should be summarily given the last rites and promptly executed.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Bonaventure - 10-09-2020

(10-09-2020, 12:15 PM)Eric F Wrote: This sounds like a Satanic ritual. I've read some detailed accounts of what Satanists have done with the Eucharist, and it's pretty perverted and horrific to imagine.

My thoughts exactly. Totally demonic. Wouldn't surprise me in the least if the women were witches.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - BPD_STL - 10-09-2020

Sadly, this doesn't shock me.

I'm new here, but in another thread, I shared a bit about my experience as a former seminarian. Granted, it's been 17 years since I left...but it seems little has changed. During my time, I encountered several guys who were clearly "off" in some way: some harmless (just eccentric); others who clearly had deep-seated psychological/emotional issues.  I remember one guy who downright scared me...like serial killer scary.

How do these types get in seminary and many of them eventually even get ordained?

The reality is, because of a crisis in priestly vocations. Most dioceses in North America & Western Europe are so desperate for priests that they'll ordain practically any unmarried, biologically male Catholic who makes it through seminary. Some seminary staff are vigilant in weeding out the above-noted...others just pass them on with a "warning label" to the bishop noting their concerns.

I pray for vocations always. You do, too...for good men to step up and enter discernment. Otherwise, we'll keep getting more priests like the (hopefully-soon-to-be) defrocked incubus of a man.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Credidi Propter - 10-09-2020

Didn’t the priest excommunicate himself for that? I don’t know if the Eucharist was involved, but if it was, he incurred excommunication. They are lucky this happened in Louisiana rather than where I come from. If that had happened near my home, and they got caught, they would have found themselves staring down the wrong end of more than one handgun. Please, if someone here is able (I am not, at the moment) have Mass offered in reparation for this sin.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Zedta - 10-09-2020

I resisted posting this article when I read it this morning and mostly for the reasons you stated Seeker of Christ.

I have throttled back on my postings from the level I used to be prior to 'the event' a while ago. I realized, after that brief aside, how literally exhausting it was becoming for me to even screen an article, such as this, more than merely reading the title and by-line before posting it. The mere increasing frequency and depravity of news articles about what 'people' were doing these days, I had come to identify as the source of my exhaustion and depressed feelings I was experiencing.

I am quite convinced the back story that our newbie, BPE_STL, posted is very true. My dear cousin left the seminary 40 years ago for these sorts of reasons as well, but even he wouldn't go into the dreaded details of what he witnessed.

I can only summarize, from what is coming out, like puss from a decaying carcass, that our dear Church has been nearly completely infiltrated with Masonic/Satanic agents of Lucifer. I say 'nearly' because I am convinced this is an 'ongoing' event and has not ceased. That this is ongoing and has taken many years, but is so near to complete, now in our day, that we are living the true Third Secret, is kinda obvious, to me at least. Nothing less would have caused Pope John XXIII to swoon and almost pass out at reading The Third Secret and ordering it forever sealed.

Make sure you, all of us, are prepared for the Three Days of Darkness and the other Chastisements, because I truly believe they are at our doorstep and seriously, at hand. I think perhaps we have less than 'years' to wait.

Articles like this are getting too commonplace for that assertion to not be true.


RE: Louisiana priest arrested after defiling his parish's altar - Blind Horus - 10-09-2020

New Orleans has its witches, true, but the world has pro*hub, and men are weak and temptations numerous and readily available. 

Here's some details...

https://www.nola.com/news/crime_police/article_828bb53e-09ad-11eb-9c98-fbed3af1d69a.html

<b>Priest recorded having group sex on altar of Pearl River church, police say; 3 arrested</b>

BY RAMON ANTONIO VARGAS AND SARA PAGONES | Staff writers AND DAVID HAMMER | WWL-TV

PUBLISHED OCT 8, 2020 AT 5:53 PM | UPDATED OCT 9, 2020 AT 11:25 AM

 
The lights inside Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Pearl River were on later than usual on Sept. 30, so a passerby stopped to take a closer look.

Peering inside, the onlooker saw the small parish's pastor half-naked having sex with two women on the altar, according to court documents. The women were dressed in corsets and high-heeled boots. There were sex toys and stage lighting. And a mobile phone as well as a separate camera were mounted on tripods, recording it all. 

The eyewitness took a video and called the Pearl River police, who arrived at the church and viewed that recording. Officers then arrested the Rev. Travis Clark, pastor of Saints Peter and Paul since 2019, on obscenity charges. 

The Archdiocese of New Orleans announced the priest's arrest Oct. 1 but would not give specifics about why he was arrested. Nor would the police.

New details, however, have emerged in court filings that paint a lurid picture of a priest recording himself engaged in sexual role play while desecrating a sacred place within the church. Public records additionally show that one of the women, Mindy Dixon, 41, is an adult film actor who also works for hire as a dominatrix. On a social media account associated with Dixon, a Sept. 29 post says she was on her way to the New Orleans area to meet another dominatrix "and defile a house of God."

Dixon and Melissa Cheng, 23, were booked on the same count as Clark, 37. Police said the charge stems from from “obscene acts [that] occurred on the altar, which is clearly visible from the street.” 

The arrests mark the latest scandal to befall the Archdiocese of New Orleans, after a different north shore priest, the Rev. Pat Wattigny, reportedly disclosed on Oct. 1 to Archbishop Gregory Aymond that he had sexually abused a minor in 2013. Aymond removed Wattigny from public ministry last week and added him to the archdiocese’s list of clergy whom the church believes have been credible accused of molestation.

Clark, who was ordained in 2013, had recently been named chaplain of Pope John Paul II High School in Slidell, in addition to his duties at Saints Peter and Paul. At the high school, he succeeded Wattigny, who had resigned from that position this summer over inappropriate text messages sent to a student. Pope John Paul II’s principal on Tuesday sent a letter to school parents criticizing Aymond for waiting until last week to tell him that Wattigny had been under investigation for those texts since February.