Court in Ontario, Canada silences LifeSiteNews to protect the purveyors of abortion

The strangest thing is happening in Toronto.

It seems that there is this young woman named Mary Wagner. Mary is a Catholic of some considerable courage, having been arrested numerous times for entering in to abortion clinics to deliver roses to the “clients” and to counsel them not to go through with the procedure. She had done this a few times, gets herself arrested, thrown in jail, comes out, and does it all over again.

The Canadian online publication, LifeSiteNews wrote a story about her current trial taking place in Toronto. It seems that the abortion lobby is in cahoots with the Government of Ontario which attempted through the court to have what is called a “publication ban” placed on the proceedings, including the prohibition of publicizing facts about the case and the identities of the employees and doctors.

The judge refused and LifeSiteNews published the doctor’s name and picture and background.

Her name is Heather Culbert, she is the President of Doctors Without Borders who in her spare time, kills babies in the wombs of their mothers and gets paid quite well for doing so, by the State.

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Now, it seems, that another court has overruled the first judge and imposed a publication ban on the proceedings forcing LifeSiteNews to take down its article. Not only that, but they put a publication ban on the publication ban.

What is going on in Ontario that free speech and a free press is so  under attack?

Joseph W. Tobin, a Cardinal of the Church of Christ, a Homosexualist and an evil and corrupted Priest!

NEWARK — The word “pilgrimage” usually evokes visions of far-off, exotic places, but for some 100 gay and lesbian Catholics and their families, a pilgrimage to the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart here on a recent Sunday was more like a homecoming.

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The doors to the cathedral were opened to them, and they were welcomed personally by the leader of the Archdiocese of Newark, Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin. They were seated on folding chairs at the cathedral’s center, in front of the altar in the towering sanctuary, under the blue-tinted glow of stained glass.

“I am Joseph, your brother,” Cardinal Tobin told the group, which included lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Catholics from around New York and the five dioceses in New Jersey. “I am your brother, as a disciple of Jesus. I am your brother, as a sinner who finds mercy with the Lord.”

The welcoming of a group of openly gay people to Mass by a leader of Cardinal Tobin’s standing in the Roman Catholic Church in this country would have been unthinkable even five years ago. But Cardinal Tobin, whom Pope Francis appointed to Newark last year, is among a small but growing group of bishops changing how the American church relates to its gay members. They are seeking to be more inclusive and signaling to subordinate priests that they should do the same.

“The word I use is ‘welcome,’” Cardinal Tobin said in an interview just before the Mass last month. “These are people that have not felt welcome in other places. My prayer for them is that they do. Today in the Catholic Church, we read a passage that says you have to be able to give a reason for your hope. And I’m praying that this pilgrimage for them, and really for the whole church, is a reason for hope.”

Four years ago, Pope Francis set the Catholic world aflame with his comment about gay priests seeking the Lord: “Who am I to judge?” But it was unclear how his words would affect Catholics seeking acceptance in the pews.

After all, the church teaches in its catechism that homosexual acts are “intrinsically disordered.” Men who “present deep-seated homosexual tendencies or support the so-called gay culture” are not to become priests, according to Vatican instructions renewed in 2016. Catholic bishops in America have strongly opposed same-sex marriage. More than 100 employees of Catholic institutions across the nation have lost their posts  in the past three years for being gay or for marrying a same-sex spouse, according to Marianne Duddy-Burke, executive director of DignityUSA, an organization of Catholics that advocates equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

But gestures like Cardinal Tobin’s are evidence that Pope Francis’ words are having an impact. Bishops now have latitude to focus on the more inclusive parts of the church’s catechism on homosexuals, such as the call to accept them with “respect, compassion and sensitivity.” They can follow the principle of accompaniment, meaning they can meet people where they are spiritually and build relationships that help them deepen their faith.

“It’s the beginning of a dialogue,” said Francis DeBernardo, the executive director New Ways Ministry, a group that ministers to and is an advocate for gay Catholics. “The church leadership, for the past 40 years, has just been so silent, and unwilling to dialogue, and unwilling to pray with L.G.B.T. Catholics that, even though this isn’t the ultimate step, it’s a first step,” he said of Cardinal Tobin’s welcome.

Some church conservatives were wary, however. The problem, they said, was not the idea of welcoming — after all, Jesus welcomed all — but that the public embrace of such a group could be interpreted as the church’s acceptance of a homosexual lifestyle, which church teaching bans.

“Everyone is welcome in the church, but no one is accepted as they are,” said the Rev. Robert Gahl, a professor of ethics at Opus Dei’s Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome. “While I am delighted that they went to Mass in the cathedral, I hope that Cardinal Tobin challenged them, as all good shepherds should, to live according to the teachings of Jesus.”

Cardinal Tobin, in response, said in an interview last week that to combine his welcome with a criticism would not have been a full welcome at all.

“That sounds a little backhanded to me,” he said. “It was appropriate to welcome people to come and pray and call them who they were. And later on, we can talk.”

Showing just how sensitive the simple act of welcome could be, he said that after the Mass he had received a fair amount of visceral hate mail from fellow Catholics. Someone was even organizing a letter-writing campaign to call on other bishops to correct him.

“And there’s a lot to correct in me, without a doubt,” Cardinal Tobin said. “But not for welcoming people. No.”

Individual parishes across the country have for decades had ministries to gay and lesbian Catholics. But more traditional forces prevailed among the church hierarchy, guided by a 1986 Vatican letter written by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict, that warned against any acceptance of homosexuality.

Gay Catholics became among the most marginalized groups in the church. After the nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., last summer, for example, only a handful of American bishops made public statements of support for the gay and lesbian community that had been targeted.

The Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest and author, said he found the bishops’ silence revelatory. He has written a book calling for small steps forward that was to be released on Tuesday, “Building a Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the L.G.B.T. Community Can Enter Into a Relationship of Respect, Compassion and Sensitivity.”

In it, he calls on church leaders to show respect by using terms like “gay” and “L.G.B.T.,” instead of phrases like “afflicted with same-sex attraction.” He also argues that to expect a sinless lifestyle from gay Catholics, but not from any other group, is a form of “unjust discrimination” and that gay people should not be fired for marrying a same-sex spouse.

“Pretty much everyone’s lifestyle is sinful,” Father Martin said. “Unless the Blessed Mother shows up in the communion line, there is no one sinless in our church.”

Across the country, there have been recent glimmers of openness that would not have been possible under previous popes, Mr. DeBernardo said.

The diocese of Jefferson City, Mo., for example, last month said it would permit transgender students in its Catholic schools. In October, Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego held a diocesan synod on the family that called for improved ministry toward gay and lesbian Catholics. At a New Ways Ministry national conference in April, Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, Ky., said he admired and respected lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who remained steadfast to the church even though the church had not always been as welcoming.

Both Cardinal Tobin and Cardinal Kevin Farrell, the prefect of the Vatican’s dicastery for laity, family and life who was appointed by Francis, wrote positive blurbs for Father Martin’s book. Cardinal Farrell, who previously was the bishop of Dallas, wrote that he thought it would “help L.G.B.T. Catholics feel more at home in what is, after all, their church.”

But Cardinal Tobin’s welcome to Mass on May 21 has been the most significant of such recent gestures, because of the symbolism of a cardinal welcoming a group of gay Catholics, some of whom were married to same-sex spouses, to participate in the Sacrament of Holy Communion at the center of a cathedral, no questions asked.

The “L.G.B.T. pilgrimage” was organized by gay ministries within the Church of the Sacred Heart in South Plainfield, N.J., and the Church of the Precious Blood in Monmouth Beach, N.J. It stemmed from a conversation between David Harvie, of the South Plainfield parish group, and the Rev. Francis Gargani, a Brooklyn priest who, like Cardinal Tobin, belongs to the Redemptorist order, and took the idea to him.

Though Cardinal Tobin left soon after greeting the Mass attendees, citing a previous engagement, eight priests concelebrated it with Father Gargani. The group was also welcomed by the rector of the cathedral, Bishop Manuel Cruz, who told them that the cathedral doors were always open to them “because we are children of God and our identity is that we all belong to him.”

Many of those in attendance were moved to tears.

“It felt like a miracle,” Ed Poliandro, a member of St. Francis Xavier Parish in Manhattan and a clinical social worker. “It was a miracle to have church leaders say, ‘You are welcome; you belong.’ And I felt, after a lifetime of struggle, that we are home.”

Cardinal Tobin’s predecessor in Newark, Archbishop John J. Myers, emphasized the immorality of homosexuality during his tenure, supporting, for example, the 2016 dismissal of a dean of a Catholic high school in Paramus, N.J., for marrying her lesbian partner. So Cardinal Tobin’s welcome to Mass was particularly powerful for those there from his own diocese.

“He brought Francis to us,” said Thomas M. Smith, 66, a deacon who serves the deaf community at the Newark cathedral. “I’ve been waiting 25 years for this. I’m a deacon in the church and I’ve had to be careful. And afraid.”

He teared up, remembering how his parents had died thinking he would go to hell if he found someone to love. “This is amazing to me,” he said.

The Maltese Mafia strikes

It seems that the Maltese Fiasco lead by Don Scicluna continues. After revealing himself to be a dissenter and heretic the tables have now been turned on the media that published his errors.

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There was a time when a bishop such as this would have been called to Rome and the Pope, or Prefect on his orders, would have used the words of St. Peter himself quoting the Psalms in Acts 1:20.

For it is written in the book of Psalms: Let their habitation become desolate, and let there be none to dwell therein. And his bishopric let another take.

May the good Lord grant us a holy Pope who will one day act as Peter.

 

The homosexual clerics in the Church are seizing total control

The Sixth Commandment of God is, “Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery.” The Church has always taken this command to mean that the proper place of sexual relations is within matrimony and from this Her doctrine has flowed.

Therefore, anything conflicting with this true understanding of the command of the very God Himself from the Burning Bush is an equivalent sin to adultery. Masturbation, fornication, pornography and other unnatural sexual practices are included in this. There is no commandment, “Thou Shalt Not Commit Sodomy.” Sodomy, be it between two men or even a man and a woman or what two women do to each other is unnatural. It is against nature and it is against God. It is clear that the command which upholds what is true also does not hide what is false. 

Some activists, sadly many priests and prelates today commission paintings or write books that attempt to normalise the act of sodomy and sexual relations between the same sex. Some will even say, “nowhere did Jesus speak against homosexuality.” Well, then who was that speaking from the Burning Bush? He told us that he was the great “I AM.” Throughout the words of Jesus, the WORD, we know that he spoke of Himself as “I AM,” be it the “True Vine,” the “Bread of Life,” the “Good Shepherd,” the “Light of the World,” and most specifically, when he answered the Jews in the discourse of last Sundays Gospel, “Before Abraham was, I AM.” He did it again when before the Sanhedrin he answered Caiaphas’ question, “Are you the son of God,” when he responded, “I AM.”
 
And they killed him for it.
 
The causes of homosexual behaviour are varied. For men engaged in deep-seated homosexual behaviour and women engaged in lesbian behaviour and transgenderism, it is often a malformed relationship with a father. The 18 year old girl who now “identifies” as a boy, is seeking to be one of the boys that her ignoring father locked in the basement with video games is playing with. “Maybe if I am a boy he will give me attention.” The boy who is abused or ignored by his absent father, often due to feminist women, is seeking a man who will love him. In other cases, young men are “groomed” and convinced that they “must be gay,” because they are artistic or interested in something other than football or hockey. They are abused and raped and then believe, “well, I must be gay.” 
 
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is clear, homosexual inclination is “objectively disordered,” and the acting out is “intrinsically disordered,” The inclination and the behaviour are disordered, not the person. The Catechism also teaches that they are to be treated with “respect” as any other person should be. 
 
At both synods leading up to Amoris Laetitia, there was a push to soften and change the language of the Truth. It is an attempt to change doctrine by changing pastoral practice through new supposed pastoral insights and contexts. 
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When people in clerical clothing tell you or write books or preach to you something that conflicts with what the great I AM told you, know from where it comes. It doesn’t matter what colour of cassock they wear or how many letters they have after their names, they are liars and deceivers.
 
One must understand that the Holy Catholic Church has been infiltrated by evil men who are lead by Satan who desires It’s destruction. The Church has been infiltrated by Freemasons, atheists, communists and homosexuals. They are now at the height of power.
 
Our Lord Jesus Christ was not a liar. That is not the case for many of those who profess to be followers. Those who have twisted the Truth and traded in for a lie will be held accountable to God for what they have done.
 
Your job is to remain faithful to Our Lord during these times and to teach the truth without fear no matter how you are threatened.

Woe Scicluna

Charles J. Scicluna, the Archbishop of Malta is making quite a name for himself. The one praised by Pope Francis for his approach to Amoris Laetitia is now claiming that the Church, “has softened” its teachings on sex, marriage and contraception.

Are there any Catholics left in Malta?

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The Church’s teachings on contraception, though always tied to the tenet of sex belonging within the marriage, had softened in the past few years, as long as no life was lost in the process, Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna said on Thursday.

In a recorded interview on Xtra on TVM, the archbishop told Saviour Balzan that he was not condoning contraception at large.

“One must remember that the Church always placed the argument in the context of marriage, and it holds on to the tenet of sex belonging within the marriage,” he said.

“What we are saying is that if you have to use a contraceptive, make sure it is not one that kills life.”

With regards to the morning-after pill, Scicluna said that the Church was requesting that anyone asking for the morning-after pill be informed of its functions and effects.

“We must also make a clear distinction between abortive products and contraceptive pills,” he said. “But it is not my role to identify which brand of pill is good and which isn’t, because the role of the archbishop is not to replace science.”

The discussion on the morning-after pill and other ethical issues continued in the studio with Dr Miriam Sciberras of the Life Network Foundation Malta, insisting that the debate on the pill within the parliamentary committee had not been “neutral” and that the committee and the public had been misled.

“The Medicines Authority should have made its decision based on the committee, but – in fact – it didn’t, it ignored it,” she said. “You cannot ignore a report that is binding to act according to the law.”

Sciberras said she had met a lot of people in the past six years who had had an abortion, or were born out of rape or incest.

“These people and their experiences helped me add a human perspective to the values and beliefs I had embraced,” she said.

She said she could not accept arguments put forward by women who had an abortion, with regards to the pain and suffering they went through, because she always kept in focus the unborn life that is cut short in the procedure.

Sciberras insisted her beliefs were not solely down to a matter of religion.

“My faith does help boost my conviction in the sanctity of life, and I believe that every life has the right to be protected,” she said.

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/xtra/76068/scicluna_on_contraception_only_if_within_marriage_and_not_abortive#.WOgkk9Tytdj

Pope Francis thanks Maltese Bishops for endorsing his heresy and adopting sacriledge

Pope Francis has thrown his lot in with the MaltaBoyz who have betrayed Jesus and the Catholic Faith and threatened their priests who might try to remain faithful.

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Golly!

Don’t these two episcopal ninnies remind you of  this pair?

Edward Pentin reports that the Pope “thanks” Bishop Frick and Bishop Frack for their Amoris Laetitia guidelines.

The Pope says noting about the threats made to the priests by these two clowns and their betrayal of Christ.

I guess the Pope is really a heretic.

http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/pope-francis-thanks-maltese-bishops-for-amoris-laetitia-guidelines

Pope Francis Thanks Maltese Bishops for ‘Amoris Laetitia’ Guidelines
Gratitude sent through a letter from Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, secretary general of the Synod of Bishops.

On behalf of Pope Francis, Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri has reportedly sent a letter to Malta’s bishops to thank them for their guidelines on applying the controversial Chapter 8 of the apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love).

The Maltese website Newsbook reported April 5 that the secretary general of the Synod of Bishops sent the letter of gratitude to co-signatories of the guidelines, Archbishop Charles Scicluna of Malta and Bishop Mario Grech of Gozo, but did not give any further details.

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