Faithful Catholics Urge Bishops to STOP Fiducia Supplicans in Light of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Scandal

On February 15 a scandalous Catholic funeral service took place at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. A transgender activist and prostitute, “Cecilia Gentili” (born a man), was celebrated at the Cathedral by hundreds of people dressed in scandalous clothing, praising him as “Mother of all Whores” and “Saint Cecilia.”

It was a mockery of God and of the Catholic Church.

The Cathedral later claimed it was not properly informed about who Gentili was and that a Mass of Reparation was offered for this sacrilegious event that had been well planned.

As it later turned out, Father James Martin, SJ, had been invited to the event – and thus could have warned the Cathedral.

This event comes only two weeks after clergymen and scholars had issued on February 2 a filial appeal to the bishops in the world asking them to oppose the Vatican document Fiducia Supplicans since its permission of blessings for homosexual and other couples “contradicts traditional doctrine.”

The filial appeal stated:

The fact is that a priest is imparting a blessing on two people who present themselves as a couple, in the sexual sense, and precisely a couple defined by its objectively sinful relationship. Therefore—regardless of the intentions and interpretations of the document, or the explanations the priest may try to give—this action will be the visible and tangible sign of a different doctrine, which contradicts traditional doctrine.

The document Fiducia Supplicans is a further eroding of Catholic doctrine and an opening up to the LGBT movement that opposes God’s laws.

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