Gay" Presbyter Gets Okay from Newpope to Run for Parliament
From: The Fathers
Remember the TRADITIO Network's report about the "gay" presbyter who wanted to run for the Canadian parliament? Now Newchurch Presbyter Raymond Gravel, 57, has received permission from Benedict-Ratzinger to run for the Canadian parliament in the pending November 27 by-election in Quebec on a pro "gay" platform. He had to get special permission from the pope to run in the federal by-election because Newchurch canon law prevents a cleric from running for secular office. He has already been nominated as the candidate for the Bloc Quebecois party, which won the seat by a 60% majority in the previous election.
For six years Gravel worked as a male prostitute in gay leather bars. He gave up his trade only when he was hospitalized from being severely beaten up by a "trick." Gravel's Newchurch bishop, Giles Lussier, allowed him to function as pastor of St-Joachim-de-la-Plaine New Order temple in La Plaine, east of Montreal, in spite of the fact that Gravel publicly advocates "gay" marriage and the ordination of "gay" presbyters for Newchurch and plans to support that programme in parliament. In an interview in 2005 for Fugues, a homosexual magazine, he estimates that half of the Newchurch presbyters in Quebec's Newchurch are "gay."
Can you imagine that anyone who calls himself "Catholic" could support the Newchurch of the New Order, whose pope and bishops support such an individual for parliament? You thought Benedict-Ratzinger and Newchurch were against the "gay" lifestyle, "gay" presbyters, and "gay" marriage? Think again, Newchurchers. These clerics, from Newpope on down, speak their unCatholic beliefs loudly by their actions; their words are simply propaganda to bamboozle the Newchurchers into attending the New Mess and plunking their shekels into the Newchurch collection plate to support the New Order, which, as part of its Modernist agenda, embraces homosexuality. Get out while you can!
HOW CAN I HELP BUT THINK RATZINGER IS A HERETIC???
Everyday I think, today he will do the right thing. Wrong