More clergy is pro-gay
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Lexington diocesan priests issue statement in support of LGBTQ youth

Less than one month after the bishop of Lexington, Kentucky, joined with Catholics across the country in signing a statement to LGBTQ youth that …
Dr Bobus
Lexington diocese was founded in the late 80s. The first bishop had to resign because of his homosexual background
Ultraviolet
I'm willing to give most priests the benefit of the doubt @Prayhard Not sure how you'd define a "Conciliar" priest since very, very few priests who were ordained before Vatican Council II are still alive today.

Reading the passages from the official statement, it's easy to see why those priests could support it. 1.) They like their jobs and defying the bishop is good way to get a bad transfer.…More
I'm willing to give most priests the benefit of the doubt @Prayhard Not sure how you'd define a "Conciliar" priest since very, very few priests who were ordained before Vatican Council II are still alive today.

Reading the passages from the official statement, it's easy to see why those priests could support it. 1.) They like their jobs and defying the bishop is good way to get a bad transfer. 2.) Building on 1.) they choose to take a very literal reading of the statement to soothe their consciences. 3.) Read in such a manner, the statement itself isn't contrary to the teachings of the Church. If I'm mistaken, I welcome correction supported by the Catechism. 4.) They deliberately ignore the subtext which isn't supporting youth but supporting an ideology.

The same is true for Pope Francis' published monthly intentions. The intentions are something a Catholic can pray for in good conscience, but the subtext based on the buzz-words, isn't.
Prayhard
There are SSPX priests and also those ordained before Paul the Sick decided to mess up Rites of ordination and consecration. Most morning before the scamdemic, I heard a Low Mass said by a priest ordained around 1966-67. Fr spoke a lot about French authors (contrasting Julien Green and Jean-Paul Satre on life, but also Freemasonry).

There is a sort of minimal compliance with a bad ordinary, and …More
There are SSPX priests and also those ordained before Paul the Sick decided to mess up Rites of ordination and consecration. Most morning before the scamdemic, I heard a Low Mass said by a priest ordained around 1966-67. Fr spoke a lot about French authors (contrasting Julien Green and Jean-Paul Satre on life, but also Freemasonry).

There is a sort of minimal compliance with a bad ordinary, and unfortunately here (apparently) and elsewhere, the ordered gay outreach isn't done unwillingly.
Ultraviolet
The Catholic Church does not hold that modern ordinations are "messed up". ;-) I have no doubt the FSSP would take great exception to the idea they're ALL invalidly ordained. ;-)

The SSPX is in a very... nebulous... relationship with the Church as well. In light of their various recurring abuse scandals, I believe they should clean their own house a bit more thoroughly before pointing fingers …More
The Catholic Church does not hold that modern ordinations are "messed up". ;-) I have no doubt the FSSP would take great exception to the idea they're ALL invalidly ordained. ;-)

The SSPX is in a very... nebulous... relationship with the Church as well. In light of their various recurring abuse scandals, I believe they should clean their own house a bit more thoroughly before pointing fingers at the dirt an anyone else's. But that's just me. ;-)
mccallansteve
The church of gay
Prayhard
I think some radical suggested 40% of priests (Conciliar priests) were in her estimate homo. I think that's highly likely, but a probably under-estimate. They all want to accompany their fellow fags to hell.
Hugh N. Cry
Seems about right when I was in the seminary 40-50%