- Paperback: 1282 pages
- Publisher: New Engel Publishing (2006)
- ISBN-10: 0977860132
- ISBN-13: 978-0977860135
- Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,652,378 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Rite of Sodomy Homosexuality and the Roman Catholic Church Paperback – 2006
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Mrs. Engel has been active in the pro-life cause since the 1970s, and her book helps us understand how prominent Catholic psychologists and clerics have contributed to this mess, and are still doing so. After Engel's book's publication, Cardinal Dolan muddied the waters when he provided the lesbian and rabidly pro-abortion New York City Council Leader Christine Quinn with a photo opportunity in which he and she handed out Thanksgiving turkeys in November 2011 at a Catholic parish in Harlem. (Ms. Quinn subsequently "married" her lesbian partner in May 2012.) Mrs. Engel points out too accurately that prominent Catholic bishops--the chief example being Rembert Weakland, OSB--who promote and/or practice homosexual acts are merely removed from their positions to less prominent ones. They do not lose their standing, their perks, or their pensions. Greater reforms are needed than these hollow ones. What a disgrace!
She notes that "In the spring of 1981... a homosexual bi-weekly... carried an interview with Jesuit priest John McNeill, an openly homosexual priest and co-founder of Dignity... IN 1976, Rev. Pedro Arrupé, Father General of the Jesuits, gave McNeil's book, The Church and the Homosexual, a nihil obstat and permission to publish, even though the book clearly dissented from Church teachings on homosexuality and even though McNeill had made it perfectly clear that he had committed himself to the Homosexual Collective---both publicly and privately." (Pg.Read more ›
The Rite of Sodomy chronicles the history of homosexual subcultures from ancient times through the infiltration of the Catholic hierarchy by the Lavender Mafia. This book recounts the effective measures used by St. Peter Damian, one of the 33 Doctors of the Church, and Pope Leo IX to overcome the first scourge of sodomite priests in the Church. Currently entrenched myths about homosexual subculture in ancient Greece and Rome are compellingly debunked. Though not a physician or mental health professional, the author effectively adduces the medical evidence against the "God made me this way" shibboleths that are essential in advancing the homosexual agenda.
The guilty are named, as are the means they used to conquer even the Chair of Peter. An entire chapter is devoted to the evidence proving that Pope Paul VI was an active homosexual blackmailed into promulgating numerous modernist alterations in Catholic practice, deformities never ordered or envisioned by the Second Vatican Council.Read more ›
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This book is nothing but a compilation of copyright-free data taken from the Internet and ancient Catholic Church history that's also freely available online. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Sylvie C.
I thought this book would be exclusively about the problem of homosexuality in the Catholic Church. In fact, it's much, much more. Did you ever hear of the Cambridge Spy Ring? Read morePublished on April 28, 2011 by K. Weinig
This work is the usual cant in which rumor mongers trade. Better to have someone write a treatise on the question of Apostolic succession in the Roman Church. Read morePublished on December 7, 2010 by Robert Burns
This can be regarded as two books fused together in a somewhat inelegant way:
1. A discussion of the moral and theological decay in the Catholic Church as a result of... Read more