Nun who blasphemed Jesus is scheduled to speak to students at a Catholic Uni
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Nun who blasphemed Jesus is scheduled to
speak to students at a Catholic University!

Send your e-protest message to Fairfield University


    The unspeakable is about to happen...

  On October 29th, a nun who blasphemed Our Lord Jesus Christ and Saint John by referring to them as homosexuals will lecture students at Catholic Fairfield University!!!

    Her name is Sister Gramick. And she referr ed to the holy friendship between Our Lord and Saint John, saying it was “for lesbian and gay people a hope for a blessing for same-sex relationships…”

    How outrageous!

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    Also, Sr. Gramick is co-founder of New Ways Ministry and was permanently forbidden by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith from doing any ministry work involving homosexuality.

    And what she said about Our Lord and Saint John is a grave abomination and a terrible blasphemy against Our Lord Jesus Christ and Saint John!

    I am speechless and appalled. And I am sure that you are too.

    As lay Catholics, we must offer our most fervent act of reparation to Our Lord Jesus Christ for this sin.

    Finally, Sister Gramick had also stated:

  “Lesbian/gay theology is an example of authentic subversion. It involves a real turning from below with a scriptural analysis from the underside of society. Since God's spirit is continually revealing truth to the human heart, the scriptures contain some insights that can be made known to the Christian community only through the testimony of lesbian and gay people.”

    This is the NOT the message our young Catholic students should be hearing.

    So, in opposition to the lecture of Sister Gramick at Catholic Fairfield University, please:

Send your e-protest message to Fairfield University

http://campaigns.americaneedsfatima.org/...otest.html


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Thanks for the heads up Pete.  I'll get my email sent.

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Go thy ways, old Jack;
die when thou wilt, if manhood, good manhood, be
not forgot upon the face of the earth, then am I a
shotten herring. There live not three good men
unhanged in England; and one of them is fat and
grows old: God help the while! a bad world, I say.
I would I were a weaver; I could sing psalms or any
thing. A plague of all cowards, I say still.
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#3
Oh, Jesuits.  You never fail to disappoint.
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#4
Heck, it's not even just a single speaker coming to a single event.

Fairfield University (Jesuit) joined with with Fordham University (Jesuit), Union Theological Seminary (multi-denominational), and Yale Divinity School (Ivy league secularist religion) to form a coalition called "More Than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church".

http://blog.fairfield.edu/morethanamonologue/

Ugh.
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#5
disgusting!!
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#6
Holy crap, wtf is this? How could Jesuits go from being the bastions of orthodoxy and conservatism to degenerates? I know our Lord warns that the greatest ones, in terms of wisdom, may be unable to understand the simplest things, but this is ridiculous! How their hearts must be hardened...
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(09-26-2011, 03:41 PM)Laetare Wrote: Holy crap, wtf is this? How could Jesuits go from being the bastions of orthodoxy and conservatism to degenerates? I know our Lord warns that the greatest ones, in terms of wisdom, may be unable to understand the simplest things, but this is ridiculous! How their hearts must be hardened...

The Jesuits really never recovered from being suppressed in the 18th century. 
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#8
thats the truth. they are a sham and a horrible festering sore upon the church. yet the Pope does nothin
mmmmmmm
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#9
I sent my protest letter when I got the heads up. Pure wickedness !

tim
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#10
I just finished reading The Jesuits, by Malachi Martin.  Quite an engaging and heartbreaking read.  It's my only foray into the world of the Jesuits, so I do not have other reading against which I could compare its accuracy.

I would recommend it to anyone wondering what the heck happened to the Jesuits.  He makes some compelling and, as I said, heartbreaking points.

Pax,
Jesse
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