This is as evil as anything I’ve seen in a long time.

This is as evil as anything I’ve seen in a long time.

“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened round his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.”

Matthew 18:6

And you can see a homosexualist Jesuit smiling at the window.

This will be promoted by a Harris-Biden administration and Pelosi-Schumer congress.

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16 Responses to This is as evil as anything I’ve seen in a long time.

  1. WVC says:

    @Lunchbox Catholic – So, this is a different post, but I think it’s relevant. You asked elsewhere about burning heretics and if that was right or wrong. I’m not advocating burning heretics, because that’s not the world we live in, but THIS is an example of what happens when one does NOT treat heresy as the great sin and grave social threat that it really is. These children will have a VERY difficult life ahead of them, and their immortal souls have been placed in unnecessary jeopardy. If we’re willing to punish people for molesting, raping, and murdering the physical body, why do we think it’s unreasonable to punish people for molesting, raping, and murdering souls?

    Don’t judge the folks of the past too harshly because they treated heresy as something abominable and seriously dangerous. Just recognize that we live in a world that is over-saturated with this type of abomination, and thus we don’t recognize how terrible it truly is.

    If you are born in a sewer and grow up in a sewer, you don’t mind the smell, but that doesn’t mean folks from a time before the sewer don’t realize how bad the stench really is.

  2. Semper Gumby says:

    Those witches are evil.

    The Death Party wants not only your freedom and your firearms but your children. Non possumus.

  3. PostCatholic says:

    That is a Unitarian Universalist church, not a Christian one. The clip is from HBO Max’s documentary “Transhood.” The child involved has had several changes while growing up.

    I’m UU but I can’t agree with putting a small child forward like that to her or his congregation to address them, for any reason, let alone on something so personally fraught as gender identity. There are other, better ways of making children feel loved and safe just as they are.

  4. teomatteo says:

    I’m so old i remember when the queer organizations just ‘wanted to be left alone in their bedrooms’. How long did that last? Liars.

  5. RobinDeLage says:

    Is that a charcoal sketch of Lenin on the back wall?

  6. NOCatholic says:

    “We honor you, exactly as you are.”

    What a lie. Assuming that “Phoenix” is really a boy, they are misleading him by pretending that he is what he is not — a girl.

    In addition to Matthew 18:6 applying, this is child abuse.

  7. NOCatholic says: “We honor you, exactly as you are.”. What a lie. Assuming that “Phoenix” is really a boy, they are misleading him by pretending that he is what he is not — a girl.

    Somehow I get the sneaking suspicion that if Phoenix changed his mind about being a girl, all honors would stop together.

  8. Gil Garza says:

    Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP) aka, Factitious disorder imposed on another (FDIA) is real. According to the online Merck Manual, “people, usually caregivers (such as a parent), intentionally produce or falsify physical or psychologic symptoms or signs in a person in their care (usually a child).”

  9. Ave_Maris_Stella says:

    Any brave hero willing to give the name and location of the “church”?

  10. ChesterFrank says:

    Yes it probably is a form of child abuse, but don’t say that in a progressive state. In progressive states this is normal and even encouraged

  11. ArthurH says:

    Words fail me. Evil is indeed to weak a word, even when modified as in “nightmarishly evil.”

    Something out of a bad dystopic movie but, as Rosemary says in her altered state: “This is no dream, it is really happening.”

  12. teomatteo says:

    “…just as they are” Then why the hormones and scapels?

  13. Did you notice that the poor little guy couldn’t even bring himself to say what they wanted him to say? That mother will be called to accountability as will the rest of those weirdos. What a sick and twisted bunch of people.

  14. Elizabeth D says:

    My aunt’s family attended a UU church when I was growing up. I visited them one summer and went to their UU service with them where I and my same age cousin attended their “sunday school”. The lesson was about homosexuality. I had no comprehension of the Catholic Faith I was nominally raised in and could never conceive of why homosexuality was said by some to be wrong. So I suspected the opposition to homosexuality to be irrational. I never encountered a substantive and rationally helpful explanation of Christian beliefs till after returning to the Church as an adult. Fast forward a decade or so and my uncle was diagnosed with gender dysphoria. The family was so indoctrinated by their California milieu and UU church that the formerly happy and stable family went along with it and and amicable divorce followed allowing the husband and dad to go off his own way presenting himself as a woman. My aunt and cousins call him by his feminized name.

    I have always suspected the family’s UU participation as a significant part of what “groomed” them all for this sad turn of events.

  15. Kathleen10 says:

    What an unholy coven. Look at those evil people, sitting there believing they are doing the Lord’s work by condoning such abuse against that boy and against the other children witnessing this affront. What I am about to say I really dislike saying, but it’s too true to avoid.
    Women are obviously so easily led into error. As a woman, I am embarrassed by how many women I know personally, even professional and educated women, are easily led into what is against God and His plan for us. This is a broad statement, but I’ve observed it so many times over a great period of time. I wish it were not so. There is often a lack of serious ability to reason, apply logic, to think for oneself, to resist the tide, etc. Women are told what they must think, and they obey.
    Now that women have been indoctrinated into a mindset that children are mere playthings or slates upon which we write OUR preferences, OUR motives, OUR agenda, or they are often thought only as valuable as they are attractive, talented, etc., children are just objects. Throw them away if YOU do not get to play out your aspirations and see it reflected in them. This mother craves attention. I agree with Gil Garza, it is a diabolical Munchausen by proxy. A sick bid for attention.
    And all those seniors sitting there. How foolishly and easily they are led! I’ve seen it myself, I just saw it as a matter of fact. I stopped at a roadside church ladies table, not Catholic but you can find them there as well, and these two sweet ladies selling tea cozies and holiday decorations, hand made, for their church renovation, chortled about how “inclusive” their church is. We all know what that means now. These people, sell their soul to be thought well of in this world. They don’t serve God, they serve Satan, they just don’t know it yet.
    I’m convinced women are far more likely to be led into this type of distorted, evil thinking than men are. All you have to do is convince them it is more “compassionate”, and they are yours. They will follow your orders. There is nothing compassionate about what life this child is being indoctrinated into. It is pure evil. It will wreck this poor child.
    Just ask Joseph Sciambra how compassionate that world is.
    Lord, we are adults and we deserve what we get, but children are innocent and the enemy is seeking to devour them. Please intervene in our world so as to protect innocent children, amen.

  16. PostCatholic says:

    I took some time away in our country home for Thanksgiving so I’m late responding. The congregation in the video is the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka. The minister in the clip, the Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan has recently moved on from that congregation.

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