This is the second incident recently of a priest being suspended for criticizing homosexuals. In September the Catholic Diocese of Bathurst, New Brunswick removed an elderly priest, 85-year-old Fr. Donat Gionet from active ministry after he caused a storm of controversy by denouncing homosexuality, cohabitation, and abortion in an August homily.http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/elderly-canadian-priest-suspended-for-denouncing-abortion-homosexuality/
This seems to be standard procedure and it’s not surprising seeing as a large number of “Catholic” Bishops in North America are card carrying members of the homosexual mafia.
Here is a little background on Cardinal Wuerl from a woman who has been tracking these creeps for yearshttp://www.newengelpublishing.com/pages/New-Oxford-Review.html
“Pope Benedict XVI recently appointed Donald Wuerl to the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. Wuerl was a protégé of Bishop John Wright (initially the Auxiliary Bishop of Boston). According to Engel, “Wright’s pederastic predilections were an ‘open secret’ in the Archdiocese of Boston.” Bill Burnett accused Bishop Wright of pederasty. Here is an instance of where the book is not for the faint-hearted. If you don’t like to read sexually graphic accounts, do not read what Engel has to say about the rite of sodomy here (for it will make you sick):* Explicit detail removed *
Burnett stated that the abuse ritual began with drinks, a Coke for him and Coke
Then Bishop Wright was made Bishop of Pittsburgh, and this is where Wuerl became his private secretary, protégé, and remained at Wright’s side (as he was made a cardinal) until Wright’s death in 1979. Is this guilt by association? Who knows?
Engel writes: “From 1980 to 1985, Fr. Wuerl served as Vice Rector and Rector of St. Paul Seminary. The seminary had a reputation for rampant homosexuality going back to the days of Bishop Wright.” Then Wuerl became Bishop of Pittsburgh in February 1988, fulfilling his protégé role.
Writes Engel: “After Donald Wuerl was posted to the Diocese of Pittsburgh, he permitted Dignity/Pittsburgh Masses to continue for eight more years…. Dignity/Pittsburgh was one of the last chapters to be evicted from Catholic facilities in the United States [on orders from the Vatican]. According to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette staff writer Ann Rodgers-Melnick, ‘Banning Dignity was a sad moment for Wuerl.’… Under Wuerl, the Pittsburgh Diocese has become a stomping ground for nationally-known doctrinal and moral miscreants including Father (now ex-priest) Matthew Fox, Sister Fran Ferder, Father Robert Nugent, Sister Jeannine Gramick, Father Raymond Brown and howling feminists Rosemary Radford Ruether and Monica Hellwig.”
In the summer of 1996, Mother’s Watch featured a lengthy article called “Bishop Wuerl’s Magnificent Obsession.” Engel mentions a segment “dealing with Wuerl’s exceptional relations with the members of the Pittsburgh ‘gay’ community who refer to the bishop as ‘Donna’ Wuerl….” We’ve heard that too. “