SIGN THE PETITION: STOP homosexual networks in the Catholic Church

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UPDATE (2/25/19):

Since LifeSiteNews and Pro Ecclesia launched a petition asking our Bishops to take measures to stop homosexual networks in the Church at their meeting in Rome, nearly 14,000 people have signed!

Amongst others, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has also voiced his support for our petition, saying: "If the upcoming Summit on Clerical Sexual Abuse in the Vatican will not...highlight the predominant role of homosexual behavior in the clerical sexual abuse cases, the Summit will give a highly irresponsible answer and will be doomed to failure from the start, manifesting thereby also a peculiar form of clericalism.”

Therefore, we are kindly asking you to SIGN this petition, if you haven't already signed. And, to SHARE it with your like-minded family, friends and colleagues, if you haven't already shared. Thank you for doing this, today!

The problem of homosexual networks in the Catholic Church has brought about the suffering of victims and a crisis for the Church.

The sex-abuse scandals re-ignited this past summer after former cardinal McCarrick's betrayal was made known and after the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report was released. Then, Archbishop Viganò's testimony hit the Vatican like a bombshell.

What was exposed by all of these revelations?

That the sex-abuse scandal in the Catholic Church is primarily one of homosexual predation, perpetrated by adult clergy (sometimes, senior clergy) against post-pubescent males.

Perhaps more appalling is the fact that some Bishops sheltered or covered for their guilty ordained peers, by moving them from parish-to-parish - ultimately, leaving a trail of devastation and tears in their destructive paths.

Facing an internal meltdown, and, justifiably, taking flak from the media, Pope Francis has summoned Bishops, including many Cardinals, from around the world to Rome, between February 21-24, to discuss and take action on the issue of the protection of minors.

This petition, in a spirit of filial criticism, asks that the prelates of the world now take drastic measures to deal firmly with, and eradicate, these homosexual networks which have taken root in the Church.

In a word, this petition asks that the Bishops take several concrete measures to remedy this crisis, up to and including the suspension, public shaming, and defrocking of any cleric (priest, Bishop, Cardinal, etc.) who is guilty of an offense against the Sixth Commandment with a minor, or sodomy or adultery with an adult.

This petition has broad support across the Catholic world, with the two co-sponsors being: Pro Ecclesia (Switzerland) and LifeSifeNews.

And, the following dignitaries have also signed the petition:

John Smeaton, CEO of The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (UK)

Dr. Markus Büning (Germany)

Riccardo Cascioli, Editor of La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana (Italy)

Christian Spaemann, MD (Germany)

Pedro L. Llera (Spain)

Prof. Anna Silvas (Australia)

Prof. em. Hubert Windisch (Germany) 

Gabriele Kuby (Germany)

Infovatikana (Spain)

Aktion Kinder in Gefahr (DVCK e.V.) (Germany)

Donna F. Bethell, J.D. (U.S.)

Peter A. Kwasniewski, PhD (U.S.)

Now, please add your name to the list of faithful Catholics and concerned Christians, who are calling on the Bishops to do the right thing and STOP homosexual networks in the Catholic Church.

Thank you for SIGNING and SHARING!


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