Priests are the Sleeper Cells in Rome’s Homosexual Revolution

The protagonists of the homosexual revolution in the Church of Rome are almost exclusively Catholic priests. This is the alarming conclusion drawn in the book The Breached Dam: The Fiducia Supplicans Surrender to the Homosexual Movement released last Monday in Rome by the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, a traditionalist Catholic society.

José Antonio Ureta and Julio Loredo, the authors of the 132-page book, identify what they call the “fifth column” that is “led chiefly by priests and nuns to promote the homosexual cause within the Church under the pretext of pastoral care for same-sex pairs.”

A bolt from Heaven must have struck the Vatican to vindicate the authors’ claims: The day the book was released, Italian media broke the story of Pope Francis telling the Italian Episcopal Conference that there was already “too much faggotry” in Catholic seminaries.

A media earthquake rattled the foundations of St. Peter’s Basilica as the LGBTQIA2S+ lobby lampooned the pontiff for using the Italian word frociaggine to describe the plague of homosexuality in the Catholic priesthood.

Ureta and Loredo demonstrate how the Roman Church — thus far impregnable against the homosexual juggernaut because of the clarity and authority of its magisterial position on sexuality — raised the rainbow flag and permitted the blessings of same-sex couples in Fiducia Supplicans, Pope Francis’s declaration published in December 2023.

“Such a gigantic change in the Catholic Church’s doctrine and pastoral care could not have happened overnight,” they write. The “homoheresy” was legitimized by “a stealth invasion of homosexuality in numerous seminaries and novitiates” and “by infiltrating Catholic environments in the 1960s with moral relativism and homosexual ideology.”

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