It matters little if one is a Judaic (alleged) convert to Catholicism, former Catholic priest, and peritus at the Second Vatican Council as is Gregory Baum, who also believes that the Christian world is in need of conversion after Auschwitz, or if one is an icon of the ‘conservative’ Novus Ordo who espouses the Noahide laws and champions Raymond Burke as a saint walking among us, as is Michael Voris. Both believe wrongly that deviant behavior will bring one closer and lead others to God. These two perverted narcissists have wallowed so long in degeneracy it has hampered their judgement in all things.
“I have asked myself if there is a special meaning in the homosexual condition. God creates the great majority of humans heterosexual and only a small minority homosexual. Is there a special task associated with the condition of the latter? Since they are an oppressed minority, aware of the hypocrisy of society and the damage done by the dominant culture, I have suggested that gays and lesbians are intended to extend solidarity to all marginalized groups and demand greater justice. Because homosexuals are largely invisible in society, their prophetic vocation will have a cultural impact and support the struggle for human emancipation.”
— Gregory Baum, last chapter of The Oil Has Not Run Dry —
Michael Voris, “Homosexuals are ‘victim souls’”
St. Peter Damian on the Vice of Sodomy
“Without fail it brings death to the body and destruction to the soul. It pollutes the flesh, extinguishes the light of the mind, expels the Holy Spirit from the temple of the human heart, and gives entrance to the devil, the stimulator of lust. It leads to error, totally removes truth from the deluded mind, […] It opens up hell and closes the gates of paradise. […] This vice excludes a man from the assembled choir of the Church. This vice excludes a man from the assembled choir of the Church and forces him to pray with those possessed and obsessed by the devil; it separates the soul from God to associate it with demons. […] This disease erodes the foundation of faith, saps the vitality of hope, dissolves the bond of love. It makes away with justice, demolishes fortitude, removes temperance, and blunts the edge of prudence. Shall I say more?”