“Coming Out” Exposes Schism in Vatican

“Coming Out” Exposes Schism in Vatican

October 8, 2015

(Father Krysztof Olaf Charamsa, left, poses with his partner Edouard after telling reporters in Rome that he’s gay.)

According to Leo Zagami, there is a power struggle
in the Vatican between the Jesuits and a powerful “gay lobby” who want greater acceptance.

Zagami’s book, “Pope Francis: The Last Pope?” as well as the recent Infowars documentary based on it, “Demonic Possession Of The Vatican Exposed,” filmed in Rome with Alex Jones, are proving to be prophetic.

By Leo Lyon Zagami

October 2015 began with yet another scandal in the Vatican. Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa, a well-known Polish theologian and Secretary of the International Theological Commission, confessed his homosexuality at a press conference on the eve of the Synod on the Family that opened Oct. 2.

Father Charamsa, a professor at the prestigious Jesuit Pontifical Gregorian University said, “I want the church and my community to know who I am. It is about time that the Church understands the total abstinence from the life of love is inhumane.”

“I want the church and my community to know who I am: a homosexual priest, happy and proud of his identity. We are already late and you can not wait another fifty years.”

He not only came out at the press conference but brought his gay lover along, provoking a direct confrontation between the two lobbies that lead the Vatican these days; the Gay Lobby and the Jesuits.

This seems a very well choreographed move by the Vatican Gay Lobby. Father Charamsa praised Pope Francis as a “fantastic” guy, who “made us rediscover the beauty of the dialogue.”

The Jesuits have sent a strong message on this matter, through Father Federico Lombardi SJ, current director of the Holy See Press Office: “The decision to reveal such a sensational event on the eve of the opening of the Synod appears very irresponsible, since it imposes unwarranted media pressure on the Synod.”

The clash of the two lobbies now seems inevitable. Father Charamsa has been suspended from all activities in the Holy See, including teaching at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

Father Dariusz Oko, also a Polish priest and theologian like Father Charamsa, wrote in the Polish magazine Fronda, (n.63, pp. 128-160) that the “Gay Lobby” is now extremely powerful in the Vatican, thanks to their system of blackmail and secrecy. He accused the Vatican clergy of having opened up too much to homosexuality after the sexual revolution of the late 60’s.

In the meantime, the Worldwide Synod of Bishops on the family continues with a group of men who have never had a wife or children. It seems more interested in convincing the conservative side of the Church to open up on the gay issue promoted by Father Charamsa’s stunt.

On the 6th of October, for the very first time on Italian TV, a priest named Father Gino Flaim defended pedophiles, incredibly blaming the children, “They are the ones looking for love.”

This creepy statement which justifies pedophiles reflects what the Catholic Church is really about today.

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First Comment from Dan:

Well choreographed indeed. The Holy See Press Office is notorious for doublespeak. The “coming out” of Father “Charisma” is so obviously staged; and quite a production it’s been, also. The gay priest is athletic, looks like a movie star, and those with some background in professional modeling and acting can tell you he’s had professional coaching.

Typical, that the Jesuit Holy See press agent feigns indignation by castigating Father “Charisma” for his “irresponsible timing”. He knows the timing is perfect – the perfect publicity stunt to establish on day one what the Synod on the Family is really about.

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