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***Gender Insanity Promoted at Jebbie Schools!
Are we surprised when Jesuit schools no longer support the faith of our fathers, but instead embrace the father of lies? Of course not! We’re used to it after years of the V-monologues, queer movie events, drag shows, coming out celebrations, etc. Georgetown, USF, USD, Holy Cross, etc. are all immersed in moral evil. And now the Jebs can point to Pope “Who am I to judge?” at the Vatican as they move to a whole new level of diabolical disorientation.

Let’s get specific. According to Cardinal Newman Society, Holy Cross and the University of San Francisco now sport “gender inclusive” housing. CNS writes that, “In addition to allowing biological males to room with biological females, USF’s gender-inclusive housing encourages male and female students to use the same… facilities. ‘The bathroom is a communal bathroom and is shared by all members of the community (regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sex).’” At Holy Cross, “The updated housing policy ‘will allow students of different sexes to room together based on gender identity,’ according to an April 29, 2016, report in the campus newspaper The Crusader.”

Think about that! Your 18-year-old freshman daughter goes into the bathroom and, even if the shower stalls are individual, out comes Ms. Transgender sans clothing to apply makeup and do his hair in front of the mirror. Does anyone really expect modesty from these exhibitionists? If you do, you’ve never seen videos from a gay pride event. Any parent who contributes to this travesty of faux education needs a brain transplant. Read more at the Cardinal Newman Society.

***If There’s a Gender War, It’s on Men & Boys!
Tired of hearing about the War on Women? There’s plenty of evidence that the real war is on men and boys. In schools, boys are disciplined for drawing pictures of sword fights or chewing a pop tart into the shape of a gun. Fidgety little boys are being diagnosed as ADHD and put on powerful drugs when what they need is a big dose of recess to run off their energy. According to psychologist, Michael Thompson, “Girls behavior is the gold standard in schools; boys are treated like defective girls.” See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFpYj0E-yb4 With regard to men, how many know what it means to be a man these days? The feminists undermine masculinity by claiming it doesn’t matter. Gender insanity is adding to the chaos. Forensic psychologist, Dr. Helen Smith, says, “Women activists have sought and obtained laws that make it easier to convict men of sexual abuse on what formerly would have been deemed insufficient evidence. The Violence Against Women Act seriously eroded traditional legal standards regarding evidence.” Radical feminists believe all men are rapists and bullies who try to subjugate women and women would never lie about rape. After they trash men beating many into wimp-hood, the feminists who aren’t lesbians wonder where all the good men have gone. Hello! How about a truce and some respect for men who act like men, i.e., defend the weak.

***Warning: Insanity Alert -- Holy See Infected!
Several recent stories point to a Vatican gone off the rails. Voice of the Family reported June 3rd that, “A representative of the Holy See, in an intervention at the World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva last week, welcomed Sustainable Development Goal 3 and all its targets, despite target 7 calling for ‘universal access to sexual and reproductive health care services.’ These terms are defined as including abortion and contraception by many powerful governments and agencies. Monsignor Jean-Marie Musivi Mupendawatu, secretary to the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Health Care Workers told the WHA that the Holy See commended the report on health in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their targets.” [Why are we not surprised? Pope Francis has made global warming and environmentalism key issues of his pontificate. Someone should ask him what he thinks about all the babies bodies’ dumped in our landfills and flushed down abortion mill “garbage” disposals and toilets. How environmentally friendly is that, Pope Francis?]

***And the Vatican Insanity Continues Apace….
The Rome reporter for the The Tablet (UK) wrote on June 1st that, “Campaigners calling for women priests are meeting in Rome this week where they have launched a poster campaign drawing attention to their cause and they will participate in their first ever official public demonstration. Women’s Ordination Worldwide, which this year marks its 20th anniversary, wants to re-open dialogue in the Church in spite of Pope John Paul II’s ruling that the matter of female priests should not be discussed. Despite the ruling, since 2002, around 150 women have been ‘ordained’ and all of them have been excommunicated as a result. Yesterday evening two of them had an unprecedented meeting with an official from the Vatican Secretariat of State who agreed to give a petition to the Pope calling for the excommunications to be lifted, and who, according to the women, listened to ‘our heartfelt plea for women priests in our Church.’ Female ordination is prohibited in the Catholic Church on the grounds that Christ chose only male disciples and only a male priest can act ‘in persona Christi’ … For the first time the group has been given official permission to hold a public demonstration in the gardens of Castel Sant’Angelo on Friday, the day that the Pope celebrates a jubilee mass for priests in St Peter’s Square. Members of the women’s ordination group also received tickets to attend the Mass.” [Hmmm….Will they come dressed in stoles and pretend to be concelebrating? What a kick in the head to the priests!]

***More Scandal and Confusion from the Pope!
What possible benefit can come from coddling the faux priestesses who enjoy dressing up and playing Mass? And how do the actions of the Vatican not encourage the sheep in the pew to believe that women’s ordination is a realistic possibility? But this is just one more in a growing list of baffling and scandalous statements. Remember at the beginning of his pontificate when Pope Francis dissed a spiritual bouquet of rosaries? Here’s what he said, “When I was elected, I received a letter from one of these groups, and they said: ‘Your Holiness, we offer you this spiritual treasure: 3,525 rosaries.’ Why don't they say, 'we pray for you, we ask...', but this thing of counting....” [So…let’s not count the Peter’s Pence “treasure” and asking for more les “this thing of counting” offend!]

And then there’s the recent papal award (Olive Medal for Peace) to three Hollywood pro-abort, anti-family celebrities: George Clooney, Richard Gere, and Salma Hayak. All three attack the Church’s moral teachings on sexuality and the family. And yet they are “ambassadors” for the charity founded by Pope Francis in 2013, Scholas Occurrentes (SO). SO uses technology and the arts to help students socially integrate into their cultures. Are these pro-abort, pro-homosexual celebs really appropriate role models for kids? How are these awards any different from Notre Dame conferring the awards on pro-abort pols Barack Obama and Joe Biden? This latest move provides cover for those undermining the family. Next time a school or Catholic organization honors a notorious pro-abort, they can just point to Francis. Hey, the pope does it!

Doctrinal confusion reigns in one homily, exhortation, and statement after another. In his Angelus Address of June 2nd and in a homily a year earlier Pope Francis discussed the miracle of the loaves and fishes in the same way numerous dissenters have for decades, “the miracle: rather than a multiplication it is a sharing, inspired by faith and prayer.” Oh yes, Jesus prayed and the crowd shared their lunches. No miracle as in “something outside the laws of nature.” That’s why everybody followed Christ the next day. Because they didn’t learn the lesson of sharing the day before.

***The Ambiguity & Confusion? It’s no Accident!
Speaking to a group in his diocese of Chieti-Vasto last May, Archibishop Bruno Forte said that during the Synod on the Family Pope Francis told him, “If we speak explicitly about Communion for the divorced and remarried, you do not know what a terrible mess we will make. So we won’t speak plainly, do it in a way that the premises are there, then I will draw out the conclusions.” Forte’s quote makes perfect sense in the context of Amoris Laetitia, and its infamous footnote [the one the pope can’t remember]. Are all the beautiful passages included as cover for the dose of poison being fed to the faithful? The confusion and ambiguity being sown by this pope grow with every new interview, letter, and papal trip. How can participating in a celebration of Martin Luther not cause confusion? Why was the second part of Pope Saint John Paul II’s statement saying spouses in invalid marriages can only receive Communion if they live as brother and sister, left out of the quote from Familiaris Consortio in Amoris Laetitia? Oversight or deliberate omission?

***Unlike Francis, Pope John Paul II was Clear! “…the Church reaffirms her practice, which is based upon Sacred Scripture, of not admitting to Eucharistic Communion divorced persons who have remarried. They are unable to be admitted thereto from the fact that their state and condition of life objectively contradict that union of love between Christ and the Church which is signified and effected by the Eucharist. Besides this, there is another special pastoral reason: if these people were admitted to the Eucharist, the faithful would be led into error and confusion regarding the Church's teaching about the indissolubility of marriage.” (our emphasis) Keep in mind that Forte wrote the infamous interim report at the Synod and was specially chosen by the pope. The ambiguities and confusion appear to be deliberate. The pope is a Jesuit. They receive many more years of training than the average priest. Can anyone really believe that the confusion being sown is accidental? Journalist Edward Pentin observed in The National Catholic Register last February that Pope Francis and his spokesmen show a “pattern of floating controversial pastoral innovations, which critics say conflict with Church teaching, by firmly underscoring an element of doctrine and then presenting exceptional cases that underline the primacy of conscience.” The headline summed it up as, “Affirm Doctrine, Find Exceptions, Appeal to Conscience.” Not a new strategy. Dissenters have used it for years.

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