Sunday, September 23, 2018

Priest Fights Blasphemy so Cupich Orders Psych Evaluation

Fr. John Paul Kalchik, of Resurrection Church in Avondale, IL, who quite properly destroyed the blasphemous rainbow/cross banner that had been used in Resurrection Church, has been stripped of his pastorate and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation by Chicago’s Blaise Cupich.

As we said in our last post:

1) The rainbow banner celebrates sodomy.
2) Sodomy is sin.
3) Appropriating the Cross of Christ onto a banner that celebrates sin is blasphemous.
4) Hanging a blasphemous banner in the Temple of God is the smoke of Satan His Holiness (Pope Paul VI) saw.

So: Cupich had a priest defending the Catholic Church against blasphemy, and what does he do? He attacks the priest. This is powerful evidence, perhaps even proof, that Cupich’s religion is not Catholicism. His religion is something else. Interested readers can see our post from 11 years ago "Most Holy Redeemer and How it Got That Way" which addressed just this issue. In the paragraph below just insert "Cupich" where it reads "the parishioners":
“The authentic community-forming not Catholicism, but homosexuality.  If… the sexuality is experienced as more important than the doctrines of the Catholic Church, one would expect the doctrines of the Church to be discarded when they come into conflict with the community-forming experience. And this is exactly what happens... The doctrines will not only be discarded, but mocked… And this leads to the acceptance of blasphemy in an ostensibly Catholic Church. But such events will not be experienced by the parishioners (read: Cupich) as blasphemous because they validate the community-forming experience… what will be experienced by the parishioners (read: Cupich) as blasphemous is that which denies the value of the community-forming experience…”
I.e. having a rainbow/cross banner at Mass is not blasphemous, but burning the rainbow/cross banner is.

Cupich was one of those identified by Archbishop Viganó, and he certainly seems to be vindicating the former Nuncio:
“The appointments of Blase Cupich to Chicago and Joseph W. Tobin to Newark were orchestrated by McCarrick, Maradiaga and Wuerl, united by a wicked pact of abuses by the first, and at least of coverup of abuses by the other two.

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