One Mad Mom spanks homosexualist Martin, LGBTSJ

The excellent One Mad Mom handles bratty Jesuit homosexualist James Martin, LGBTSJ, as only mad moms can.

Here’s a taste…

Martin’s Twitter Manifesto

Fr. Martin is now using Twitter to post his latest book. Honestly, by using 15 tweets to get his latest message of dissent across, he’s kind of violating the spirit of Tweeting, don’t you think? If you can’t get your point across in 280 characters, move onto another platform. [RIGHT!]

Fr. Martin has apparently decided the crisis is so huge that he can move into full Saul Alinsky mode.

Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future. ~Saul Alinsky

Of course Rahm Emmanuel made this tactic a little clearer when he said:

You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.

The radicals’ modus operandi has always been to exploit the victims of a crisis and, in fact, even cause a crisis to advance their agenda. Good old Fr. Martin is just another in a long list of dissenters who embraces this idea, as shown in his string of tweets found here:

For those who abhor Twitter and social media, here are all his tweets nicely copied and pasted for you with my comments in between.


She does such a good job of swatting him with her hairbrush that I don’t have to do it.

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  1. Midwest St. Michael says:


    I wonder how many folks caught the “SJ” at the end of your LGBT, Fr. Z. ;^)

  2. Elizabeth D says:

    There are not even words for this. How is Cupich going to spin THIS as not being a homosexual problem? 2 Chicago priests arrested for sex acts in public, that went on so long the police had time to arrive and catch them still going at it:

    Did Cupich know about these priests? Had he heard rumors about them, before they made this display in sight of children?

  3. Dismas says:

    @Elizabeth D – Who is Cardinal Cupich to judge? Write down their names. They will be going places.

  4. Dan says:

    All you need to do is look at the math to see this is a homosexual problem.
    According to the website
    1950 – 2016 5.8 percent of Priests were accused of abuse of a minor. It is estimated that around 80% of those acts were against males and most were males over the age of 14. Doing some (very) rough math. Of the 6721 priests credibly accused, we can estimate 5,377 80% of them were due to homosexual attraction. Of the 116,690 priests serving in that time frame that means that at least 4.6% of priests are homosexual (and have been caught).
    According to a gallop poll in 2016 roughly 3.7% of males in the US claim to be gay.
    Now if in general 3.7% of men are gay, and 4.6% of priests are gay and abusers. Then 124% of gay priests are abusers. Maybe we can argue that there is a higher percentage of homosexuals in the clergy than general society but that still puts around 100% of gay clergy in abuse column. Maybe they can say well 10-15% of clergy are gay, but we can also take into account that these crimes are not pedophilia and that by the age 16 around which most victims are reported that many would consider themselves consenting adults and never report that relationship to begin with.
    Either way we can probably say that if homosexuality inclined people were denied access to seminary, that more than 80% of these cases wouldn’t exist.
    Being homosexuality attracted is not a grantee that a person will act on those inclinations if they are given a clear idea that it is a disordered inclination, but it seems that the more they are told that the disordered inclinations are not disordered and that “God made them that way”, the more they are inclined to act on them.

  5. majuscule says:

    On Twitter someone responded to the conversation about the two priests that Elizabeth D mentions with a link to another priest from the same parish arrested 3 years ago for child porn charges.

    You can’t make this up.

    Something diabolical is about. But we knew that.

  6. AA Cunningham says:

    How is Cupich going to spin THIS as not being a homosexual problem?
    Elizabeth D says:
    4 September 2018 at 1:25 PM

    The diminutive Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago has better things to worry about and he will not be going down that rabbit hole.

    It should be noted that one of those intrinsically disordered sexual deviants masquerading as a Priest, Diego Berrio, that was arrested in Miami, is listed as the Pastor of Mission San Juan Diego Parish in Arlington Heights. The same parish where a Priest, Clovis Vilchez-Parra, was arrested for distributing child pornography in 2015.

  7. Kathleen10 says:

    Just the fact that we have Jimmy Martin SJ and others touting the pleasures of homosexuality and NOT being stopped by the pope means our church has officially gone off the rails on homosexuality. These men, the pope, the Cardinals, bishops, many priests, are pro-homosexuality. The evidence is overwhelming and Jimmy Martin SJ is just confirmation. Cardinal Sarah had barely gotten the words out of his mouth when the pope pulled him by the ear right out on the carpet, because he had promoted ad orientem. He even had to apologize for it! Delightfully humiliating.
    But Jim Martin SJ promotes homosexuality for adults and young ones, and not a whisper. One aspect of all this that is crazymaking is how incredibly slow we are to connect big fat glaring dots.

  8. hwriggles4 says:

    I do have a concern. Visiting family not long ago, a neighbor mentioned that two same sex couples have moved into my mother’s subdivision. This neighbor is a busybody and told me the addresses. I could not help noticing that both homes (yes, this is real) had candidate signs for those that support the LGBT agenda.

    I will usually try to be reserved when I witness supposedly same sex couples, but I am worried that some will show up at parishes. I don’t mind them coming to Mass, but I do have a problem with them receiving communion or being an EMHC, particularly if they are not living a chaste relationship . Now, I would definitely vote NO on a Male living like this on joining the Knights., and there is a big difference when two single heterosexual men are roommates (common for younger men, and I had a roommate until I was in my late 30s), and two men cohabitating in a same sex relationship.

    I really don’t know what to say if I see same sex couples at a parish. For now, I will probably make sure that I just be a little reserved. Without trying to sound rude, I would probably be standoffish, trying not to notice.

    There was a guy at my office who I thought might be homosexual. I was watchful but friendly when I had duties to share with him, and I stuck to work topics. After about a year, he got an offer to work elsewhere and left.

  9. chantgirl says:

    I’d like to see One Mad Mom take on this priest who has just been assigned as a Catholic High School Principal in Tallahassee . Apparently he writes teen novels which include explicit content and describe underage teens in sexual ways:

    Bishop Parkes doesn’t see a problem with the content of the novels since they are “fiction”. Parents have to sit through Protecting God’s Children abuse-porn classes while priest high school principals write trashy teen novels. What is wrong with this picture?

    Clearly, what we need in the Church is more priests describing the orgasms of underage girls, and then being given positions of power over such girls. I doubt this is what Christ meant when He said that He came to set the world on fire.

  10. chantgirl says:

    Pardon me- president, not principal

  11. chantgirl says:

    The first link is from 2016. Rod Dreher covered it here:

    Does anyone know if this has been resolved?

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