Patrick Coffin interviews ex-gay Milo Yiannopoulos. @FatherZ answers their Latin question. @CoffinMedia

Patrick Coffin has a terrific – and long – interview with now ex-gay Milo Yiannopoulos.

Milo, a Catholic, has had an amazing conversion with the help of St. Joseph.  As a matter of fact, he mentioned Fr. Calloway’s book on St. Joseph, and immediately the promoters of sodomy attacked Fr. Calloway.  Annoy the Enemy and buy Calloway’s excellent book: US HERE – UK HERE

Milo thinks I’m old because I still say “combox” instead of “comment section”.

His explanation of a standard answer to libs, “yup”, is brilliant.


I must congratulate Coffin for his three hour long Rollerball match of an interview.

On a particular aspect of their conversation in the 3rd hour, I will add this for any Jesuits and certain others reading: God the Father said to St Catherine of Siena that Satan incites priests to unnatural sins but doesn’t stick around to watch it play out since it’s too repulsive even for him.  (Ch 124)

And, for Milo, terror of Jesuits, scourge of the Fishwrap, a Latin term for a wig-maker is capillamentorum textor.

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  1. Gaetano says:

    Everything Milo is doing is anathema to the spirit of the age.

    That community does not tolerate defectors, and pursues its apostates with a ruthless ferocity that would make Beria jealous.

    In consequence, we must pray for him. Because in their eyes, he must be destroyed as an example to others.

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  3. He certainly needs our prayers– it has been a decade full of nonsense and worse for him. Conversatio vitae, prayer, and penitence. Aside from all of that, he has to earn a living and since I rather dread another Catholic Internet/social media platform I hope he does his business in the secular not the ecclesiastical world.

  4. Milo needs prayers, not least because he is still in recovery. A long period of mortal sin wounds the soul and the mind. If Milo really has emerged from the cocoon of mortal sin, where he has spent many years, he must still give his wings time to expand and dry before he is ready to fly. I haven’t heard the Patrick Coffin interview, but I have heard the recent LifeSite interview. From this it is clear that Milo still has a monumental ego and places a great deal of reliance in his own powers and his own self.

    I am glad Milo has gone public with his conversion, because he has been a public sinner. But before he launches into any crusades, he has a lot of healing to do; as for the rest of us, we must recognize that we are very, very starved for leadership and heroism right now, and apt to pounce immediately on anything that bears the slightest resemblance to these qualities. We would do both Milo and ourselves a great disservice to be too quick to make a leader and a hero out of him.

  5. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    A more practical start for Milo to demonstrate that he has left his gay lifestyle behind would be to begin to look heterosexual, i.e., more mannish in his case. Take out the girly earring, grow out the bleached locks and get a proper men’s haircut. At least his voice is masculine, but some of his mannerisms still have an air of ‘gay’ about them. As time goes by these will hopefully disappear.

    It will be a long process, and he will have to confront harsh attacks on all sides from the tyrannical homosexual lobby. Therefore he will indeed need much prayer for courage and constancy from all his true friends, those both near and far. The Devil will be working full time to place temptation, obstacles and crosses in his path of recovery to try and break his resolve.

    God bless you Milo… and welcome home! God will greatly bless your heroism.

  6. mamajen says:

    I finally had some time to listen, and I’m so glad I did. Thank you for sharing this.

    I’ve been praying for Milo, especially that he knows that when he falls he can get up and try again. He’s a character, but after listening to this I have no doubt about his sincerity.

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