Cleansing Fire

Defending Truth and Tradition in the Roman Catholic Church

The Rotten Fruit of LGBT Priests

August 16th, 2019, Promulgated by Diane Harris

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/watch-progressive-pro-gay-catholics-shout-down-faithful-african-priest-during-mass

LifeSite News has just published an article about the heroic plight of Father Kuforiji who was born and raised in Nigeria, and educated in the US. In his work to conform his parish to the real teaching of Christ, he has brought the smoke of Satan out of the walls of St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Portland OR. He removed much of the display which senior parishioners had installed, virtually creating their own religion in support of LGBT.

Thank God for people like Fr. Kuforiji ! He has had the courage to stand up for the true teachings of the Catholic Church, which his rainbow-stoled predecessors sorely lacked.  The souls with the placards, crowding the pulpit and drowning out the good priest’s faithfulness are a sight to behold.  But they are only the obvious problem, undermining the holiness of Christ’s Teaching. What lurks in the pews, parish councils and parking lots of so many diocesan parishes is often hidden but nevertheless effective in destroying the faith of others. The progressive protesters are also the victims, and it may take a face-to-face with the Lord (for whom they surely have a gender-neutral salutation!) before they believe the damage they and their prior priest-preachers have done.

Pray for Fr. Kuforiji and other faithful priests that they are protected from such lies and works of the evil one. For those who dispute the Christian Teaching, see the Book of St. Paul to the Romans, Chapter 1, 18-32.

So, every sound tree bears good fruit,

but the bad tree bears evil fruit.

Matthew 7:17

|

2 Responses to “The Rotten Fruit of LGBT Priests”

  1. militia says:

    Those people don’t deserve such a dedicated priest.

  2. christian says:

    One certainly has compassion for the homeless -and refugees-and supports actions which empower these people “to get on their feet,” but it is not appropriate to have photographs of the homeless lining the church walls. It is especially not appropriate to have the rainbow LBGT banner displayed in any part of the liturgy, whether it is the priest’s stole, the altar cloth, or a banner. The author and article are correct when they cite liberal, LBGT priests have created much illicit and harmful ways (rotten fruit) in the Church. Since these parishioners have been educated and churched in a “progressive” way which was actually at odds with correct doctrine and liturgy, they now feel their “correct” way has been in upheaval and violated when an orthodox priest comes in to set things right.

Leave a Reply


Log in | Register

You must be logged in to post a comment.


-Return to main page-