Vennari & Ferrara: “The Good, the Bad, the Ugly”

Final document, giving even more ammo to bishops already steeped up to their earlobes in the vile practice of mandatory “sex ed” in Catholic schools, gets an expert, succinct overview:

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5 comments on “Vennari & Ferrara: “The Good, the Bad, the Ugly”

  1. An overwhelming majority of these wolves, 247 to 14, upheld mandatory classroom sex-indoctrination. That we dared to complain that they molested our boys, they now double down on molesting their minds.

    [1] And the two angels came to Sodom in the evening, and Lot was sitting in the gate of the city. And seeing them, he rose up and went to meet them: and worshipped prostrate to the ground, [2] And said: I beseech you, my lords, turn in to the house of your servant, and lodge there: wash your feet, and in the morning you shall go on your way. And they said: No, but we will abide in the street. [3] He pressed them very much to turn in unto him: and when they were come into his house, he made them a feast, and baked unleavened bread and they ate: [4] But before they went to bed, the men of the city beset the house both young and old, all the people together. [5] And they called Lot, and said to him: Where are the men that came in to thee at night? bring them out hither that we may know them [Genesis 19]

    Our American bishops, the USCCCP, long ago approved the teaching of sodomy to 11-year-olds. See but beware that the material is disgusting.

    • Just one more reason, out of many, to home school children.
      And to keep them as far away as you can from these liberal novus ordo wolves and their modernist and liberal doctrines.

    • The warnings of Scripture alone should have been enough to scare the wits out of any man made bishop to have EVER condoned this diabolical practice.

      • I am continually amazed that the bishops take absolutely no notice of Holy Scripture on so many issues.

        I am more than ever convinced that they simply don’t believe what Scripture says.

        However, even more disturbing, after the remarkable comments by some at the Synod that virtually said the Church needs to be more merciful than Jesus allowed, I am now convinced that these arrogant, corrupt men really believe that they know better than God does what’s best for us.

        I think it is their intention to confront God when they meet Him after death and tell Him what He got wrong.
        Good luck with that!
        I hope they enjoy the heat.

  2. This is preposterous (i.e., the progressive modernist agenda coming out of the synod). Progressive modernist heretics do not have teaching authority on Catholic matters (moral, theological, or sacramental) because heretics cannot be Catholic priests, automatically coming under the latae sententiae penalty of excommunication.
    There are two important respects in which the progressive modernism of the synod will have the potential for abuse, confusion, and more mischief: in practice, this will weaken any sense in which adultery will be understood as a serious and grave sin, further weakening the sacramental sense of Catholic marriage. Will those Catholics whose marriage was ended by the adultery of their spouse have to suffer the indignity of seeing their ex-spouse with their new adulterous partner at Mass and parish events, possibly even reading scripture from the pulpit as lectors?

    In education, the absurd pronouncement that parents and the family no longer have jurisdiction over teaching children the facts of life concerning reproduction and marital love will inevitably lead to heretical and progressive modernist cabals forcing intemperate, immodest, and immoral discussions of such matters with children at parish schools under liberal and progressive control. This adds a further element of confusion and instability to Catholic parish life.
    As this is taken further, with the continuously evolving progressive spin of Vatican II modernism, progressive Novus Ordo parishes under liberal control will see offices of church ministry given over openly to adulterers and perverts, eager to push this progressive agenda on reducing awareness of sin and traditional Catholic moral authority. No modernist bishop or pope has such authority.
    They have not been given authority by God to do this. In practice, this will obviously lead to schism as the Church will splinter into factions which support this progressive modernist dissent from traditional church teaching and those which will hold true to the Catholic faith. The institutional Church under this progressive modernist interpretation of Vatican II will become a freak show of political therapy for those who reject Catholic moral teachings on sexuality, as they seek to impose this progressive agenda. Just watch.

    No progressive modernist has the authority to change Catholic teaching on the sinfulness and immorality of adultery or its damaging effects on its victims. To pretend to do this, as a pastoral policy and progressive modernist innovation as self-esteem therapy for adulterers, adds confusion to an already suffering Church.
    This integrates hypocrisy into Catholic life.

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