The Homosexual Network in the Catholic Church
By Cliff Kincaid – August 17, 2020
Theodore McCarrick has been identified as the highest-ranking U.S. Catholic leader ever to be removed for sexually abusing a minor and is also accused of sexually abusing seminarians. He was a leading “progressive” in the church who supported homosexual civil unions, a form of marriage, as far back as 2006. Catholic columnist Matt Abbott, who reported on McCarrick’s homosexual activity back in 2005, had told me, “I believe the Church establishment and mainstream media protected him, mainly because he’s a prominent liberal cardinal.”
Randy Engel, author of The Rite of Sodomy, has provided important background about the McCarrick case. She notes:
Engel adds, “The question concerning McCarrick is NOT who knew he was a predatory homosexual cleric but who did NOT know that he was a sexual pervert. In the late 1980s when I was researching my book, The Rite of Sodomy, the name McCarrick was on the top of my list of active homosexual clerics. This fact was confirmed to me by a multitude of priests who heard I was writing a book on homosexuality in the Catholic priesthood and religious life.”
Engel says Archbishop Wilton Gregory should be able to cite chapter and verse on the homosexual network in the American Church, having been a long-time associate of another homosexual kingmaker, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin.
Archbishop Gregory was installed as the seventh Archbishop of Washington on May 21, 2019.
Michael S. Rose, author of the Goodbye Good Men, says that Joseph Bernardin, who was later Cardinal of Chicago, forced out conservative clergy members throughout the diocese and in the seminary when he became Archbishop of Cincinnati in 1972, replacing them with homosexuals. Father Donald Cozzens, the former head of a Catholic seminary and author of the book The Changing Face of the Priesthood, depicts the homosexual culture as dominant at many seminaries.
Columnist Matt Abbott added, “The late Father Alfred Kunz, whose 1998 murder remains unsolved, once said that (paraphrasing) justice will not be found in the Church in modern times. I agree with Kunz’s assessment wholeheartedly.”
Some speculate that the murder is linked to Fr. Kunz’s knowledge of what Abbott calls a network of active homosexuals in the priesthood and hierarchy worldwide.