Catholic Controversies · Clergy Sex Abuse · Gay Politics · Paul Sullins · Refugees from the gay lifestyle · Survivors of the Sexual Revolution

Weaponized Self-Pity, Part II: ‘Gay’ Clergy

Originall published at the National Carholic Register, February 27, 2019.  In a recent column, I introduced the concept of weaponized self-pity. I noted how often I’ve seen divorced parents become defensive when I talk about the impact of divorce on children. Numerous times, my friend Leila Miller and I have assured people that, yes, of course,… Continue reading Weaponized Self-Pity, Part II: ‘Gay’ Clergy

Clergy Sex Abuse · Ruth Media

Pathetic: Ruth Institute to LA Archdiocese re: Mahony

Ruth Institute President Calls Response to Request That Cardinal Mahony Withdraw from Education Conference “Pathetic” March 8, 2019 For Immediate Release For More Information: media@ruthinstitute.org   “Pathetic.” That’s how Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. characterized the response from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to the Institute’s petition calling on Cardinal Roger Mahony… Continue reading Pathetic: Ruth Institute to LA Archdiocese re: Mahony

Children of Same Sex Parents · Clergy Sex Abuse · Paul Sullins · Refugees from the gay lifestyle

Memo to Andrew Sullivan: There’s No ‘Anti-Gay Purge.”

Originally published at The National Catholic Register, February 11, 2019.  Is a “purge of gay priests” imminent? Does the “Catholic right” seek such a purge? To hear self-described “gay Catholic writer” Andrew Sullivan in his recent article “The Gay Church,” you would think the answer to both questions is assuredly a fiery “Yes!” But as… Continue reading Memo to Andrew Sullivan: There’s No ‘Anti-Gay Purge.”

Clergy Sex Abuse · Paul Sullins

Landmark Ruth Institute Study continues to draw attention

When the Ruth Institute released its Clergy Sex Abuse Report by Fr. Paul Sullins in November, a number of journalists picked it up immediately. Among them, was Doug Mainwaring of LifeSiteNews. Doug’s article has been shared over 8,000 times. Here are some key points from that article: “Although over 8 in 10 of victims have… Continue reading Landmark Ruth Institute Study continues to draw attention

Catholic culture · Clergy Sex Abuse

New Year’s Resolution: No More Defeatism

I have a New Year’s resolution for you to consider. My suggested resolution is doable. It will make a difference in the quality of your life. It will allow you to make a difference in the world around you, including the clergy sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, and in the politics of your… Continue reading New Year’s Resolution: No More Defeatism

Catholic Controversies · Clergy Sex Abuse

British blogger covers Ruth Institute Report on Clergy Sex Abuse

British blogger Mark Lambert (pictured, with his wife) covered the high points of the Ruth Institute’s Clergy Sex Abuse Report. As he says: “Much effort has been made to disassociate homosexuality from paedophilia to the point where this has become received opinion:” This predominantly secular paradigm has been adopted by the Bishops of England & Wales,… Continue reading British blogger covers Ruth Institute Report on Clergy Sex Abuse

Catholic Controversies · Clergy Sex Abuse

Why I Won’t Ask the Pope to Resign (and Neither Should You)

A lot of people are upset about Pope Francis. Some have called on him to resign. Some have gone so far as to make the outrageous claim he is not really the pope. Although I don’t agree with some of his actions, I will not be calling on him to resign, nor claiming he is… Continue reading Why I Won’t Ask the Pope to Resign (and Neither Should You)