quinta-feira, 25 de junho de 2015

Gender Ideology-Betrayal: Parishes in Brazil at the service of the destruction of the Church

By Catherine Maria B. de Almeida | Fratres In Unum Translation and Commentary by Michael Fuller- 
{Note: Fratres In Unum is a pseudo-traditionalist site which promotes diocesan Masses. They are trad-ecumenist and similar to Michael Voris.  They do a lot of good denouncing the abuses in the conciliar church, but fail to see the real problem.  They have also unwittingly used the language of the sodomite agenda and my comments appear in red.}

According to news published on Monday, the parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the Diocese of São Miguel Paulista - São Paolo, Brazil, presented a set of prayers in its weekly liturgical "Memorial of the Lord" in which they beseeched God for the gay [sodomite] cause.

Faithful from all over Brazil were offended by the prayers, calling for "the offensive, homophobic and hysterical fundamentalists in Congress to be confronted with courage and serenity by the rise of libertarian causes", a clear pledge of allegiance to the LGBT flags.

It is worth noting that at no time did they show themselves to be embarrassed by the scandal to the faithful.  The IPDM Association, "Igreja, Povo de Deus em Movimento-the Church, the People of God in Movement-liberation theology", linked to the parish, even released a statement saying that they had published "the prayer of the faithful made in the Divine Office in celebration of Our Lady of Mount Carmel", but "the parish, the priest and all of the community of believers were subsequently attacked by Catholic fundamentalists"(sic!).

The prayers were authored by Fr. Paulo Sérgio Bezerra, parish priest of that parish and priest of the Diocese of São Miguel Paulista. It is not, however, an isolated offense. The same priest wrote a theological apologetic of homosexuality, published in two parts (here the first and second parts).

The main thesis that he defends is that "'Catholicism and homoaffectivity [a new language term of the sodomite agenda to remove shame and guilt for unnatural attractions]' historically clashed and opposed each other. As a result of this the 'fires of the inquisition' were lit and 'heated debates', mostly producing perpetrators and victims.  Liberation theology proposes to discuss it".

However, this association is not limited to a theoretical defense.  It is also militant and has very clear goals!

Now, in a video [see above] found on the City Council's site in São Paulo, the intentions of this movement are made blatantly public.

One [pro-sodomite] named Eduardo Brasileiro introduced himself in a seminary organized by the LGBT Movement and others, explaining who the Association "Church, the People of God in Movement" are and what they want:

"It is a movement within the Catholic Church that wants to fight for human rights by a refounding of dogma and Catholic conceptions within its power structure. This is not easy, but it has fifteen parishes of São Paolo East Zone who share this idea."

The video is shocking because in addition to nominally confronting the Cardinal/Archbishops of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the guy praises the blasphemous representation of the crucified transvestite (This occurred in the sodomite pride parade that the diocese of São Paolo strongly supported, see more in my other article on Gender Ideology here. What is stated is praising of the blasphemy and he says that it was a good thing that they committed this blasphemy to show that other people suffer and that there should be more taking of these religious symbols and desecration of them.  It is truly shocking.).

Well, something must be done. And it is urgent !!

This is a tactic used to destroy the Church. To instrumentalize it, infiltrating enemy groups, with the aim of breaking them down gradually from within.

This is the case, for example, of "Catholics for a Free Choice". As was confessed by its founder, Frances Kisslling, the objective of the association was to erode the Catholic morality from within the Church to undermine the anti-abortionist resistance, since Catholic moral theology was the most articulate position and offers sound arguments against the Culture of Death . In the words of Kisslling:

"People in this country have questioned the legality of abortion, but in a way that did not question the issue of morality. Failure to address this issue at the moral level is a serious threat to the long-term success of the movement in favor of abortion. You never really will definitely win if the question of morality is raised. If we, as a movement, we have to deal with morality on abortion, we will lose, because the moral discourse is controlled by men and religion, and is built against women. The argument of the bishops says that abortion is murder, that abortion is murder and that life begins at conception. But it is this Catholic perspective that is the right place where to begin the work, because the Catholic position is the most developed. So, if you can disprove the Catholic position, you have debunked all the others. None of the other religious groups actually have statements as well defined on the personality, when life begins, fetuses, etc. So, if you bring down the Catholic position, you win. "

{Let me quote some more that was not quoted but is important in this context: "Abortion is killing, life begins at conception. They don’t say personhood begins at conception. They themselves would never dare say that. So our job has been to take on this question forthrightly from a Catholic perspective, although you can then extrapolate from the Catholic perspective to other perspectives. You know, the Catholic perspective is a good place to start—in either philosophical, sociological, theological terms—because the Catholic position is the most developed position. So if you can refute the Catholic position, you have refuted everything else. Okay. I mean, none of the other faith groups really have as well-defined statements on personhood, when does life begin, fetuses, et cetera. So by debunking the Catholic position, you win. To go back, for instance, to how do you deal with the ultimate loyalist—so Population and Reproductive Health Oral History Project Sophia Smith 

"I’m out, and I’m making a speech, and always, the end of my speech, you
know, there are always a few people in the audience who are of this Opus Dei
ilk—whether they belong to Opus Dei or not, they’re Opus Dei–ilk Catholics.
And they’ll stand up and they’ll say, This woman has excommunicated herself. Why are you listening to her? She is not a Catholic. You cannot be a Catholic and have this position.

"And my response is actually to turn the loyalty question on its head, so to speak, and I say to them, Look, I’m always fascinated by people like you because you claim to be loyal to the Pope, and that the Pope makes the rules. Now, the Pope and the bishops, my bishop in Washington, D.C., have not said I am not a Catholic. They are the ones who decide who is excommunicated. You don’t get to decide. And if you are so loyal to the Pope and the bishops, how dare you take upon yourself as a lowly lay person the right to say that I am excommunicated. That is not your right. And our bishops and our Pope have, for whatever reasons, decided that excommunicating Catholics who disagree with them on the question of abortion is not what they’re going to do, and I would say they’re not going to do it because they don’t have the right to do it. I am sure it frustrates them, the bishops, that they can’t go out there and excommunicate all of us, because it would just be so easy to end this dissent within the Church by taking that action. But even they, in the service of something they believe so profoundly, will not pervert the structure of the institutional Church and misuse excommunication to deal with this problem. So it shows—if they could excommunicate us, they would do it tomorrow." {You find all of this here. You will see more relevance of this added quote near the end of this article}

This Association "Church, the People of God in Movement" introduces itself with the same purpose: to destroy the Catholic dogma from within, deceiving the people by preaching a false gospel, in open disagreement with the Church's teaching, to promote the agenda of anti-Catholic groups, such as LGBT and other organizations clearly linked to lobbies against life and the family.

The Code of Canon Law [new] says that "who joins an association which plots against the Church is to be punished with a just penalty; however, a person who promotes or directs an association of this kind is to be punished with an interdict" (c. 1374).

But above all, it states that "an apostate from the faith, a heretic or schismatic incurs excommunication latæ sententiæ" (c. 1364), and "by the law itself", that is, without the need of intervention of an ecclesiastical authority, "is removed from office"(c. 194). "The removal" adds the canon "can be enforced only if it is established by the declaration of a competent authority" (c. 194 §2), i.e. only the ecclesiastical authority may apply the material consequences of the loss of office, but the loss itself takes place under the law, regardless of the intervention of the competent authority.

The theological reasons for these canonical determinations are clear if we consider the constant tradition of the Church, exemplified, among other sources, in the Encyclical Mystici Corporis of Pius XII. As taught by the Pontiff, "For not every sin, however grave it may be, is such as of its own nature to sever a man from the Body of the Church, as does schism or heresy or apostasy". (Pius XII, SS, Encyclical MysticiCorporis, 29.06. 1943, no. 22). In other words, by mortal sin, generally speaking, the Christian loses sanctifying grace, the virtue of charity, all the other virtues and gifts of the Holy Spirit, but he will continue with the virtue of faith. It remains dead, and he himself will become a dead member of the Church, nevertheless, a member of the Mystical Body of Christ, even though a dead member.

But when someone sins against faith, falling into heresy [formal heresy], they lose the virtue of faith and are no longer a member of the Mystical Body of Christ. He is no longer even a dead member of the Church; he no longer is part of it, and neither is he Christian. Obviously, if someone no longer belongs to the Church, one cannot be understood to exercise an office in which one would govern over others in the faith. With assistance from the competent authority or without it, you have the loss of office even if only by the law itself.  For the authority, the only thing done is to legally require the material consequences of the loss, as the physical removal of office and replacement.

Applying this to the current case, Father Paulo Sergio Bezerra is blatantly in conscious heresy, putting himself in frank disagreement with Sacred Scripture and the teaching of the Church, which consider homosexuality a grave sin; He is automatically excommunicated and loses ipso facto his ecclesiastical office and his condition as member of the Church.

And this Association also conspiring against the Church, must be denounced and suppressed.  Its members should be urged to rectify their position and in the case of adhereing to them,  their excommunication must also be declared because of their blatant heresy. [It almost seems that the Fratres In Unum blog, which makes a big deal about official, conciliar recognition, has left out this important quote from the subversives that I included regarding how the question of authority is actually being used against Catholics who demand adherence to doctrine.  This is because Fratres in Unum takes the middle ground, excommunicating liberals and modernists and claiming that traditionalists are disobedient.  They want their cake and to be able to eat it too.  It's time that they learned that the "loyal to the pope flavor of traditionalists" crowd can't have it both ways.  Don't expect them to wake up though. Bishop Rifan will just say something conservative soon to pacify them.]

The Catholic faithful have a duty to report these usurpers to the ecclesiastical authorities, which have a duty to intervene, applying the law of the Church.       [Where have they been?  The authorities of the Church have been accomplices for the last 40 years.  These guys are deluded by their neo-conservatice, conciliar trad views.]

As taught by St. Thomas, the faithful must not use tolerance toward those who teach in the Church and spread errors against the faith, and for that reason no longer belong to it. "When there is danger to the faith", says St. Thomas,

"It must be observed, however, that if the faith were endangered, a subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly. Hence Paul, who was Peter's subject, rebuked him in public, on account of the imminent danger of scandal concerning faith, and, as the gloss of Augustine says on Gal. 2:11, 'Peter gave an example to superiors, that if at any time they should happen to stray from the straight path, they should not disdain to be reproved by their subjects.' (Thomas Aquinas, S., Summa Theologica, IIa-IIæ, q . 33, a. 4, ad 1um)." [Ok, but we've been saying this for decades.]

Write to the Bishop of San Miguel Paulista, the Apostolic Nuncio in Brazil and the dicasteries of the Roman Curia requiring immediate intervention for this very serious problem. The Catholic people are tired of these impostors. [I did not include the addresses seeing as how it is very easy to see that the Brazilian Conference of Bishops is full of impostors, but anyone who is willing to contact the authorities can get the addresses from the link included with the cited source above]

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You can read more about the Gender Ideology here.  This is a serious topic which needs to be understood and combated. 

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