Les Femmes

Lamplighter Award given to those fostering the light of truth in a dark world:

To Fr. Theodore Rothrock, pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton parish in Carmel, IN.  His courageous June 28th homily correctly identified the vipers and whitewashed tombs of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa, as “maggots and parasites.” Mind you, the priest wasn’t talking about all the protesters involved. He described the “community organizers” fomenting the destruction and violence. He was immediately attacked by a group begun a month earlier by BLM supporters to go after anyone criticizing the movement. The bishop forced Father to apologize, which he did, but, despite the apology, the bishop suspended him from ministry – just one more faithful, truth-telling priest thrown under the bus by a feckless bishop. We beg the intercession of St. John Vianney who would have recognized the devil behind the BLM organizers as allies of the one who was a liar and murderer from the beginning.

Millstone Award given to those who through ignorance or malice scandalize God's people:

To Bishop Timothy Doherty who bent the knee to BLM by suspending Fr. Rothrock who told the truth about an evil group working for destruction of the nuclear family and other intrinsic evils. Doherty justified Rothrock’s suspension by referring to Canon Law 1333. But canon law requires that a penalty can only be applied for a canonical crime. What exactly was the “crime” calling for suspension? And what investigation took place? Pastors have canonical rights and Fr. Rothrock needs to pursue them before he ends up like other victim priests destroyed by their bishops’ cowardice. Let us pray that Fr. Rothrock pursues his rights to the full extent of canon law. We invoke the intercession of St. Athanasius. Sign the petition of support at:  https://lifepetitions.com/petition/support-priest-who-was-suspended-for-calling-out-the-black-lives-matter-organization.

Table of Contents