DC Archdiocese caves to lavendar mafia on St Pat’s parade

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A day after the New York City St Patrick’s Day Parade announced a step toward s0-called “LGBT inclusion” of various perverted sodomite organizations, a pastor at the Archdiocese of Washington said that it is time to end such events altogether as they have been “hijacked.”

Instead of wearing green and attending St Patrick’s Day celebrations, Monsignor Charles Pope, said Catholics should “enter their churches and get down on their knees on St. Patrick’s Day to pray in reparation for the foolishness, and to pray for this confused world to return to its senses.”

The good monsignor was spot on right!

The statements were published on Msgr Pope’s designated blog on the Archdiocese of Washington’s website, but the post was apparently removed from the site shortly after BuzzFeed inquired about the post to a spokesperson. The original link to the post now leads to an error page.

ESH says: the sodomite Brown Shirt bullies win this round with weak churchmen not acting as shepherds protecting the flock, but kowtowing to the world and it’s vile evil.

So, ESH will say it for Msgr Pope who succumbs to Cdl McCarrick’s PC antics.

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2 thoughts on “DC Archdiocese caves to lavendar mafia on St Pat’s parade

    bigfred42 said:
    September 5, 2014 at 19:58

    Pope says he removed it himself: http://blog.adw.org/2014/09/what-happened-to-the-st-patricks-parade-post/

    I replied there this way:
    “That post was apparently one bright pinpoint of light, maybe the only one in the entire country.

    My fear at this moment is that all replies here will be heavily censored. Anyone, such as myself, opposing the radical gay agenda is left on their own by the Church hierarchy.”

    ————–

    I doubt that my comment there will ever see the light of day.

      eastsidehunky responded:
      September 6, 2014 at 07:49

      Good luck anyway, Fred. It got the light of day here at the Klobasa Klub!

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