The Chair of New Testament Studies at the Jesuit-run College of the Holy Cross is Professor Tat-Siong Benny Liew. He was appointed Chair of New Testament Studies at Holy Cross College in 2013. Breitbart reports that Professor Liew claims that Jesus was a “drag king.” Liew says that Jesus is not only “king of Israel” and “king of the Jews,” but “also a drag king,” as presented in the New Testament Gospel of John. Saint John’s constant references to Jesus wanting water, giving water, and leaking water “speak to Jesus’ gender indeterminacy and hence his cross-dressing and other queer desires,” Liew contends. You can read all about it here:
HOLY CROSS THEOLOGY PROFESSOR SAYS JESUS WAS A “DRAG QUEEN” WITH “QUEER DESIRES"
But there is no need to worry about blasphemy and the danger of hell because Pope Francis now says there is no hell! Perhaps the pope was just misunderstood,… yet again. You can read about it from Newsweek here:
DOES HELL EXIST? POPE FRANCIS SAYS NO IN NEW INTERVIEW THAT COULD CHANGE CATHOLIC CHURCH FOREVER
The Pope said, “It is an Honor to be called a Revolutionary” (La Repubblica, Mar. 29, 2018). God forbid! We are called to “guard the Deposit" of Faith, to “earnestly contend for the faith which once delivered to the saints” (Jude 3), and NOT TO BE REVOLUTIONARIES. This is very serious and cannot be ignored. The Second Vatican Council was indeed the French Revolution in the Roman Church. People can only continue in the Roman Church at great peril to their souls. Extramural Roman Catholicism such as the SSPX or Sedevacantism is not the answer as they are at best lifeboats and are not the Church.
Genuine Catholicism can be found in the Orthodox Catholic Church, and no where else. The Orthodox Church is the oldest Church in the world, the original Church that was established by our Lord Jesus Christ in Jerusalem, and she is still rooted in Jerusalem and the Holy Land. The Orthodox Church has never experienced a Reformation, Counter-Reformation or a Vatican II-style Revolution. In the Orthodox Church it is an honor to be called faithful, not to be called a revolutionary. After some 2,000 years the Orthodox Church remains thoroughly Orthodox, and is unchanged and unchanging in Faith and Morals.
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AN APPEAL TO TRADITIONAL ROMAN CATHOLICS FROM AN ORTHODOX CATHOLIC PRIEST
It is time to come home to the fullness of the Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Faith. Please, share this with family and friends, and invite them to join us for Holy Mass this Sunday at 10:00 AM. Make no mistake about it, souls are at stake. We are a faithful, friendly and vibrant parish and we have a place for everyone.
Fr. Victor Novak
HOLY CROSS ORTHODOX CHURCH
7545 Main Street
Raston, Nebraska 68127