Desolation in the Holy Place

“Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind, because it is an abomination.” ~Leviticus 18:22

The most evident mark of God’s anger, and the most terrible castigation He can inflict upon the world, is manifest when He permits His people to fall into the hands of a clergy who are more in name than in deed, priests who practice the cruelty of ravening wolves rather than the charity and affection of devoted shepherds. They abandon the things of God to devote themselves to the things of the world and, in their saintly calling of holiness, they spend their time in profane and worldly pursuits. When God permits such things, it is a very positive proof that He is thoroughly angry with His people and is visiting His most dreadful wrath upon them.    ~Saint John Eudes

This man is in “full communion” while those who adhere to true faith and morality (SSPX) are deemed “schismatics.”  Crazy.

The corruption has sat in the Church for far too long.  This priest is only one of many examples of the corruption in the Vatican.  Monsignor Charamsa has worked at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith for 12 years, teaching theology and acting as assistant secretary of the International Theological Commission. Notice his “firing” was not because he is committing a sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance and therefore, unworthy of a post in the most important Congregation in the Church, the CDF, but because this news would be an inconvenience to the Synod of Sacrilege!  Not to mention this man has no place in the Catholic Priesthood, whose purpose is to save souls from the very sins he himself commits! When the Church was in better condition, this priest would be fortunate to get away without excommunication but he would most assuredly be laicized and banished from the Priesthood forever for such heinous sins. But, in the new “Church of Mercy” anything goes, any sin, even those condemned by Sacred Scripture.  And Pope Francis’ most likely response? “Who am I to judge?”

“For this cause God delivered them up to shameful affections. For their women have changed the natural use into that use which is against nature.  And, in like manner, the men also, leaving the natural use of the women, have burned in their lusts one towards another, men with men working that which is filthy, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was due to their error.  And as they liked not to have God in their knowledge, God delivered them up to a reprobate sense, to do those things which are not convenient;”   ~Romans 1: 26-28

We need to remember to pray for these unfortunate souls, on the sure path to perdition through their own doing.

~Damsel of the Faith


6 thoughts on “Desolation in the Holy Place

  1. St. Joseph pray for us

    I believe I had read somewhere, some books saints, or popes mentioned about those faggots impostors clergy that “…those need to be burnt…” Well God have to do that because no men will burn them alive. For the whole world become perverted and call evil good, good evil.


    1. editor

      This is very serious indeed. The fact that the only comment from the Vatican suggests that this priest is “irresponsible” by “outing” himself at this time, on the eve of the Synod, with no condemnation of the immoral activity in which he has been engaged for goodness knows how many years, is shocking in the extreme. To say that this man’s future as a priest lies in the hands of his local bishop is disgraceful. He ought to be dismissed from the clerical state immediately, having announced his immoral lifestyle and duplicity, to the entire world, with TV crews recording every word.

      Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.


  2. Athanasius

    There is no question that Pope Francis is to blame for these scandals. He is the Vicar of Christ on earth, whose primary duty is to uphold at all costs the Apostolic Faith handed down. He is not free to create confusion and division in the Church by casting doubt on truths that were previously certain. If a Pope speaks and acts ambiguously, as Francis has, then the Church inevitably suffers an identity crisis. The Catholic Church cannot be untrue to her divine founder, here yes must be yes and her no, no. This inbetween nonsense disguised as mercy is a fabricated novelty. The Synod on the Family should never have been commissioned; the moral teaching of the Church has always been crystal clear and is not therefore in need of rephrasing, or should I say obscuring!

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