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Catholic Priests are AIDS Carriers

 

 

Fulfilling His Own Prophecy, Where WE Failed, God Took Out Sodomite Priests with Surgical Precision

 

DC and Boston: AIDS Capitals of the Industrialized World

 

"HIV prevalence among heterosexuals in these regions is a fraction of one percent"

 

http://www.popcouncil.org/pdfs/wp/pgy/016.pdf

 

 

"Although a 1961 document entitled Careful Selection And Training Of Candidates For The States Of Perfection And Sacred Orders stated that homosexual men should not be ordained, this was left to bishops to enforce, and most did not, holding homosexuals to the same standards of celibate chastity as heterosexual seminarians"

 

"Priests. After skyrocketing from about 27,000 in 1930 to 58,000 in 1965, the number of priests in the United States dropped to 45,000 in 2002. By 2020, there will be about 31,000 priests--and only 15,000 will be under the age of 70. Right now there are more priests aged 80 to 84 than there are aged 30 to 34."

 

This 47% reduction in the number of Catholic priests in the US occurred at exactly the same time that the church CLAIMS that the number of Catholics INCREASED by 38%, from 45 to 62 million.  If the number of priests had increased in parallel  with the number of Catholics, there  would now be 80,000 rather than only 45,000, a whopping 78% shortfall. What, other than a high rate of homosexuality accompanied with a high rate of AIDS deaths, could have been behind that?

 

According to MYRBS, Only 0.35% of High School Boys "Identify as Gay"

 

Of the 2% of boys who "identified" as gay or had gay sex:

  1. 37% identified as gay (0.74% of total)

  2. 63% who had gay sex did NOT identify as gay (1.26% of total).

  3. 53% who "identified" as gay had never had gay sex (0.4% of total).

  4. 47% who "identified" as gay DID have gay sex (0.35% of total).

 

 

 

 

Estimates of the percent of Catholic priests who are homosexuals (and thus have a VERY high probability of infecting young innocent boys with AIDS) range from 20% (from surveys of priests themselves) to 60% (from estimates by gay activists).  The EXACT percentage is irrelevant because God will (and of course WE MUST) hold ALL priests 100% accountable for more than 30 MILLION AIDS DEATHS in the world.  Any priest who would know what was going on and did nothing to protect our boys from being sodomized by homosexual priests is MORE guilty than the sodomizer himself.

 

 

Hallelujah! ONE MILLION Priests Died of AIDS

No wonder the Pope looked SO depressed

 


 

http://www.newknowledge.ca/articles-what-is-an-educated-canadian.html

During the 1990s, Brazil and South Africa vied for the dubious distinction of AIDS capital of the world. At the start of the decade, Brazil had twice as many cases as South Africa, and a World Bank study predicted that Brazil would have off-the-chart infection rates for AIDS by the turn of the millennium.

Today, South Africa's HIV infection rate is 25% (1 in 4), while Brazil's is 0.6% (1 in 160). In 6 years, Brazil turned the tables on what seemed an intractable problem, and today the country is touted as a model for developing countries fighting AIDS.

Comparing Related HIV-AIDS Statistics by Country

Country Adults and Children Estimated Deaths 2001 Adults and Children Estimated Deaths Recent Percent Change Deaths 2001-Most Recent
Botswana 15,000 5,800 38.67
Uganda 89,000 64,000 71.91
United States of America 17,000 17,000 100.00
Brazil 9,400 15,000 159.57





http://www.globalhealthfacts.org/data/topic/map.aspx?ind=7

AIDS Deaths (Adults and Children)

AIDS Deaths (Adults and Children)

Data from most recent year available

Rank Country Name Number Year
  Global 1,800,000 2010
1 South Africa 310,000 2009
2 Nigeria 220,000 2009
3 India 170,000 2009
4 Tanzania (United Rep. of) 86,000 2009
5 Zimbabwe 83,000 2009
6 Kenya 80,000 2009
7 Mozambique 74,000 2009
8 Uganda 64,000 2009
9 Malawi 51,000 2009
10 Zambia 45,000 2009
11 Cameroon 37,000 2009
12 Cote d'Ivoire 36,000 2009
13 Thailand 28,000 2009
14 China 26,000 2009
15 Ukraine 24,000 2009
16 Ghana 18,000 2009
16 Myanmar 18,000 2009
17 United States of America 17,000 2009
18 Burundi 15,000 2009
19 Colombia 14,000 2009
19 Lesotho 14,000 2009
19 Viet Nam 14,000 2009
20 Sudan 12,000 2009
21 Angola 11,000 2009
21 Central African Republic 11,000 2009
21 Chad 11,000 2009
22 Mexico 8,800 2009
23 Indonesia 8,300 2009
24 Togo 7,700 2009
25 Burkina Faso 7,100 2009
25 Haiti 7,100 2009
26 Swaziland 7,000 2009
27 Namibia 6,700 2009
28 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 6,400 2009
29 Botswana 5,800 2009
29 Malaysia 5,800 2009
29 Pakistan 5,800 2009
30 Congo 5,100 2009
31 Peru 5,000 2009
32 Guinea 4,700 2009
32 Nepal 4,700 2009
33 Mali 4,400 2009
34 Niger 4,300 2009
35 Rwanda 4,100 2009
36 Liberia 3,600 2009
37 Cambodia 3,100 2009
38 Argentina 2,900 2009
39 Sierra Leone 2,800 2009
40 Benin 2,700 2009
41 Guatemala 2,600 2009
41 Senegal 2,600 2009
42 Honduras 2,500 2009
43 Gabon 2,400 2009
44 Dominican Republic 2,300 2009
45 Ecuador 2,200 2009
46 Eritrea 1,700 2009
46 France 1,700 2009
46 Madagascar 1,700 2009
47 Somalia 1,600 2009
47 Spain 1,600 2009
48 Panama 1,500 2009
49 Chile 1,400 2009
49 El Salvador 1,400 2009
50 Papua New Guinea 1,300 2009
51 Guinea-Bissau 1,200 2009
51 Jamaica 1,200 2009
51 Morocco 1,200 2009
52 Djibouti 1,000 2009
53 Algeria <1,000 2009
53 Belarus <1,000 2009
53 Bolivia <1,000 2009
53 Canada <1,000 2009
53 Equatorial Guinea <1,000 2009
53 Gambia <1,000 2009
53 Germany <1,000 2009
53 Italy <1,000 2009
53 Latvia <1,000 2009
53 Mauritania <1,000 2009
53 Moldova (Republic of) <1,000 2009
53 Paraguay <1,000 2009
53 Romania <1,000 2009
53 Trinidad and Tobago <1,000 2009
53 United Kingdom <1,000 2009
54 Bahamas <500 2009
54 Belize <500 2009
54 Costa Rica <500 2009
54 Egypt <500 2009
54 Estonia <500 2009
54 Greece <500 2009
54 Guyana <500 2009
54 Kazakhstan <500 2009
54 Korea (Republic of) <500 2009
54 Kyrgyzstan <500 2009
54 Lebanon <500 2009
54 Mauritius <500 2009
54 Nicaragua <500 2009
54 Portugal <500 2009
54 Tajikistan <500 2009
54 Uruguay <500 2009
54 Uzbekistan <500 2009
55 Azerbaijan <200 2009
55 Bangladesh <200 2009
55 Bulgaria <200 2009
55 Hungary <200 2009
55 Lao People's Democratic Rep. <200 2009
55 Philippines <200 2009
55 Poland <200 2009
55 Serbia <200 2009
55 Sri Lanka <200 2009
55 Suriname <200 2009
55 Turkey <200 2009
56 Armenia <100 2009
56 Australia <100 2009
56 Austria <100 2009
56 Barbados <100 2009
56 Belgium <100 2009
56 Bhutan <100 2009
56 Comoros <100 2009
56 Croatia <100 2009
56 Cuba <100 2009
56 Czech Republic <100 2009
56 Denmark <100 2009
56 Fiji <100 2009
56 Finland <100 2009
56 Georgia <100 2009
56 Iceland <100 2009
56 Ireland <100 2009
56 Israel <100 2009
56 Japan <100 2009
56 Lithuania <100 2009
56 Luxembourg <100 2009
56 Maldives <100 2009
56 Malta <100 2009
56 Mongolia <100 2009
56 Netherlands <100 2009
56 New Zealand <100 2009
56 Norway <100 2009
56 Oman <100 2009
56 Qatar <100 2009
56 Singapore <100 2009
56 Slovakia <100 2009
56 Slovenia <100 2009
56 Sweden <100 2009
56 Switzerland <100 2009
56 Tunisia <100 2009
57 Afghanistan (NA) 2009
57 Albania (NA) 2009
57 American Samoa (NA) 2009
57 Andorra (NA) 2009
57 Anguilla (NA) 2009
57 Antigua and Barbuda (NA) 2009
57 Aruba (NA) 2009
57 Bahrain (NA) 2009
57 Bermuda (NA) 2009
57 Bosnia and Herzegovina (NA) 2009
57 Bouvet Island (NA) 2009
57 Brazil (NA) 2009
57 British Indian Ocean Territory (NA) 2009
57 British Virgin Islands (NA) 2009
57 Brunei Darussalam (NA) 2009
57 Cape Verde (NA) 2009
57 Cayman Islands (NA) 2009
57 Christmas Island (NA) 2009
57 Cocos (Keeling Islands) (NA) 2009
57 Congo (Dem. Republic of) (NA) 2009
57 Cook Islands (NA) 2009
57 Cyprus (NA) 2009
57 Dominica (NA) 2009
57 Ethiopia (NA) 2009
57 Faeroe Islands (NA) 2009
57 Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (NA) 2009
57 French Guiana (NA) 2009
57 French Polynesia (NA) 2009
57 French Southern Territories and Antarctic Lands (NA) 2009
57 Gibraltar (NA) 2009
57 Greenland (NA) 2009
57 Grenada (NA) 2009
57 Guadeloupe (NA) 2009
57 Guam (NA) 2009
57 Heard Island and McDonald Islands (NA) 2009
57 Iraq (NA) 2009
57 Johnston Atoll (NA) 2009
57 Jordan (NA) 2009
57 Kiribati (NA) 2009
57 Korea (Dem. Peo. Rep. of) (NA) 2009
57 Kuwait (NA) 2009
57 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (NA) 2009
57 Liechtenstein (NA) 2009
57 Macedonia (The former Yugoslav Republic of) (NA) 2009
57 Marshall Islands (NA) 2009
57 Martinique (NA) 2009
57 Mayotte (NA) 2009
57 Micronesia (Federated States of) (NA) 2009
57 Midway (NA) 2009
57 Monaco (NA) 2009
57 Montenegro (NA) 2009
57 Montserrat (NA) 2009
57 Nauru (NA) 2009
57 Netherlands Antilles (NA) 2009
57 New Caledonia (NA) 2009
57 Niue (NA) 2009
57 Norfolk Island (NA) 2009
57 Northern Mariana Islands (NA) 2009
57 Palau (NA) 2009
57 Pitcairn Island (NA) 2009
57 Puerto Rico (NA) 2009
57 Reunion (NA) 2009
57 Russian Federation (NA) 2009
57 Saint Helena (NA) 2009
57 Saint Kitts and Nevis (NA) 2009
57 Saint Lucia (NA) 2009
57 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (NA) 2009
57 Samoa (NA) 2009
57 San Marino (NA) 2009
57 Sao Tome and Principe (NA) 2009
57 Saudi Arabia (NA) 2009
57 Seychelles (NA) 2009
57 Solomon Islands (NA) 2009
57 Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands (NA) 2009
57 Syrian Arab Republic (NA) 2009
57 Timor Leste (NA) 2009
57 Tokelau (NA) 2009
57 Tonga (NA) 2009
57 Turkmenistan (NA) 2009
57 Turks and Caicos Island (NA) 2009
57 Tuvalu (NA) 2009
57 United Arab Emirates (NA) 2009
57 Vanuatu (NA) 2009
57 Venezuela (NA) 2009
57 Virgin Islands (U.S.) (NA) 2009
57 Wake Island (NA) 2009
57 Wallis and Futuna Islands (NA) 2009
57 West Bank and Gaza (NA) 2009
57 Western Sahara (NA) 2009
57 Yemen (NA) 2009

Notes: Data are estimates. UNAIDS recently updated global data to reflect 2010 estimates.  Therefore, the global entry above is a 2010 estimate; country entries are 2009 estimates. For most countries, UNAIDS provides estimates as well as ranges around the estimates that define the boundaries within which the actual numbers lie. For some countries, UNAIDS provides only a range or an upper boundary to a range. These data were included above as appropriate.

HIV/AIDS estimates reflect improved and expanded HIV surveillance, country data collection, and methodologies as well as an increased understanding of the natural course of the epidemic. As a result, since 2007, there have been substantial revisions from previous published estimates. For more information on these revisions as well as other factors impacting HIV/AIDS estimates, see Sexually Transmitted Infections, ''Methods and Tools for the 2009 HIV and AIDS Estimates and Projections'', October 2010, available at: http://sti.bmj.com/content/86/Suppl_2/ii1.extract, and ''Understanding the Latest Estimates'', available at: http://www.unaids.org/documents/20101115_GR2010_methodology.pdf.

Definitions: HIV: Human immunodeficiency virus, the virus that causes AIDS. HIV can be transmitted through infected blood, semen, vaginal secretions, breast milk, and during pregnancy or delivery. HIV destroys certain white blood cells called CD4+ T cells. These cells are critical to the normal function of the human immune system, which defends the body against illness. When HIV weakens the immune system, a person is more susceptible to developing a variety of cancers and becoming infected with viruses, bacteria and parasites. The disease has four stages: primary or acute HIV infection, asymptomatic, symptomatic, and advanced HIV disease (AIDS).

AIDS: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. A disease of the body's immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). A person who tests positive for HIV is considered to have progressed to AIDS when a laboratory test shows that his or her immune system is severely weakened by the virus or when he or she develops at least one of about 25 different opportunistic infections -- diseases that might not affect a person with a normal immune system but that take advantage of damaged immune systems. People who have not had one of these opportunistic infections, but whose immune system is severely damaged, are also considered to have progressed to an AIDS diagnosis.

Sources: Global estimate available at: UNAIDS, 2011 UNAIDS World AIDS Day report: http://www.unaids.org/en/resources/presscentre/pressreleaseandstatementarchive/2011/november/20111121wad2011report/. Country estimates available at: UNAIDS, Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic, 2010: http://www.unaids.org/GlobalReport/Global_report.htm.

IS DC the AIDS Capital of the World

Number of men and women belonging to religious orders falls drastically; during the pontificate of the late Pope John Paul II, the number of Catholic nuns worldwide declined by a quarter (25%)

DEVASTATING DECLINE: Catholic nuns and monks decline worldwide...

"My child, We watch and see the houses of My Son crumbling, being destroyed throughout your world. Doors are closing, convents are emptying, and the dedicated are leaving and falling into all manner of sin and abominations. Who shall be in the remnant? Only a few will be saved." - Our Lady of the Roses, May 26, 1976

In 1965, 104,000 sisters were teaching, while in 2002 there were only 8,200 teachers (79% decline).

BBC reported on February 5, 2008:

The Vatican has reported a further dramatic fall in the number of Roman Catholic monks and nuns worldwide.

Newly published statistics showed that the number of men and women belonging to religious orders fell by 10%* to just under a million between 2005 and 2006.

During the pontificate of the late Pope John Paul II, the number of Catholic nuns worldwide declined by a quarter.

The downward trend accelerated despite a steady increase in the membership of the Catholic Church to more than 1.1bn.

However, correspondents say even this failed to keep pace with the overall increase in world population.

Dramatic fall

On the back page of its official newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican published on Monday new statistics revealing that between 2005 and 2006 the number "members of the consecrated life" fell by just under 10%. [*Note: The Vatican disputes this 10% figure, even though it came from the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano: "accurate figures showed a decline of just 7,230 over that one-year period." Read more...].

The number of members, predominantly women, some engaged only in constant prayer, others working as teachers, health workers and missionaries, fell 94,790 to 945,210.

Of the total, 753,400 members were women, while 191,810 were men, including 136,171 priests and 532 permanent deacons.

The figures were published next to a report of Pope Benedict XVI's meeting with nuns, monks and priests from many countries gathered in St Peter's Basilica in Rome last weekend.

The BBC's David Willey in the Italian capital says the accelerating downward trend must have caused concern to the Pope.

The Roman Catholic Church has an aging and diminishing number of parish and diocesan clergy and this latest fall is quite dramatic, our correspondent says.

The number of Catholic nuns worldwide declined by about a quarter during the reign of Pope John Paul, and this further drop shows that new recruits are failing to replace those nuns who die, or decide to abandon their vows, he adds.

"Therefore, I warn you now as your God: You will stop your intricacies within My Church. You will stop experimenting. I gave you the rules to follow many years ago, two thousand years approximately. And why now, two thousand years later, do you deem it necessary to change My Church upon earth? I, your God, say to you, you will be judged accordingly. You will return My Church to its former glory, and in that manner you will have more vocations and more entering the seminaries, and not fleeing from them as they hear the heresies and all other innovations that are going on within My Church. This is My last and final word to My clergy: Change now or suffer a just punishment and banishment.” - Jesus, June 18, 1986

********

Statistical decline of the Catholic Church since Vatican II...

The following statistics are originally from Kenneth Jones' Index of Leading Catholic Indicators:

  • Priests. After skyrocketing from about 27,000 in 1930 to 58,000 in 1965, the number of priests in the United States dropped to 45,000 in 2002. By 2020, there will be about 31,000 priests--and only 15,000 will be under the age of 70. Right now there are more priests aged 80 to 84 than there are aged 30 to 34.

  • Ordinations. In 1965 there were 1,575 ordinations to the priesthood, in 2002 there were 450, a decline of 350 percent. Taking into account ordinations, deaths and departures, in 1965 there was a net gain of 725 priests. In 1998, there was a net loss of 810.

  • Priestless parishes. About 1 percent of parishes, 549, were without a resident priest in 1965. In 2002 there were 2,928 priestless parishes, about 15 percent of U.S. parishes. By 2020, a quarter of all parishes, 4,656, will have no priest.

  • Seminarians. Between 1965 and 2002, the number of seminarians dropped from 49,000 to 4,700--a 90 percent decrease. Without any students, seminaries across the country have been sold or shuttered. There were 596 seminaries in 1965, and only 200 in 2002.

  • Sisters. 180,000 sisters were the backbone of the Catholic education and health systems in 1965. In 2002, there were 75,000 sisters, with an average age of 68. By 2020, the number of sisters will drop to 40,000--and of these, only 21,000 will be aged 70 or under. In 1965, 104,000 sisters were teaching, while in 2002 there were only 8,200 teachers.

  • Brothers. The number of professed brothers decreased from about 12,000 in 1965 to 5,700 in 2002, with a further drop to 3,100 projected for 2020.

  • Religious Orders. The religious orders will soon be virtually non-existent in the United States. For example, in 1965 there were 5,277 Jesuit priests and 3,559 seminarians; in 2000 there were 3,172 priests and 38 seminarians. There were 2,534 OFM Franciscan priests and 2,251 seminarians in 1965; in 2000 there were 1,492 priests and 60 seminarians. There were 2,434 Christian Brothers in 1965 and 912 seminarians; in 2000 there were 959 Brothers and 7 seminarians. There were 1,148 Redemptorist priests in 1965 and 1,128 seminarians; in 2000 there were 349 priests and 24 seminarians. Every major religious order in the United States mirrors these statistics.

  • High Schools. Between 1965 and 2002 the number of diocesan high schools fell from 1,566 to 786. At the same time the number of students dropped from almost 700,000 to 386,000.

  • Parochial Grade Schools. There were 10,503 parochial grade schools in 1965 and 6,623 in 2002. The number of students went from 4.5 million to 1.9 million.

  • Sacramental Life. In 1965 there were 1.3 million infant baptisms; in 2002 there were 1 million. (In the same period the number of Catholics in the United States rose from 45 million to 65 million.) In 1965 there were 126,000 adult baptisms-----converts-----in 2002 there were 80,000. In 1965 there were 352,000 Catholic marriages, in 2002 there were 256,000. In 1965 there were 338 annulments, in 2002 there were 50,000.

  • Mass attendance. A 1958 Gallup poll reported that 74 percent of Catholics went to Sunday Mass in 1958. A 1994 University of Notre Dame study found that the attendance rate was 26.6 percent. A more recent study by Fordham University professor James Lothian concluded that 65 percent of Catholics went to Sunday Mass in 1965, while the rate dropped to 25 percent in 2000.

  • "The great Council, the Council that has brought forth discord, disunity, and the loss of souls, the major fact behind this destruction was because of the lack of prayer. Satan sat in within this Council, and he watched his advantage." - St. Michael, March 18, 1976

    The amazing Bayside Prophecies... http://www.tldm.org/Bayside/default.htm
    These prophecies came from Jesus, Mary, and the saints to Veronica Lueken at Bayside, NY, from 1968 to 1995:

    A GREAT VOID
    "The numbers of those in the service of thy Father is growing smaller. Pray for the vocations that are sorely needed. A great void is being created by the loss of vocations, for the little ones are left to wander.
    "My poor children, you desire so much in material things and so little in the spiritual! We look down upon so many homes that are becoming the reason for the destruction of children's souls. The memory of the truth of My Son's existence must be kept in the homes." - Our Lady, December 24, 1970

    WORLDLY
    "Women with vocations, you have become worldly! You have chosen of your free will to degrade your bodies and your habit. Whatever shall become of you, foolish maidens of the world? Return while there is time! Purify your bodies through suffering. Place upon your bodies garments of holiness--down to the floor! You shall not set yourselves to tempt your pastors! Satan has set a delusion among you. You have become maidens of sin.” -
    Our Lady, September 6, 1975

    FIRM DEDICATION
    "My children, see My habit given by the Eternal Father. Children of God, in vocations to the sisterhood, whatever shall become of you? You have become foolish maidens without modesty and piety. You run with your heads high in the air in clouds of darkness. You remove your habit and take on the raiment of the world. O My children, you are defaming your vocation!
    "Sisters, do you not understand why you were given a long habit to wear? It was a sign to the world of your dedication. You were to become brides of Christ, My children. And what have you given to the world, but a poor example of worldliness without dedication. You have become of the world; you have proceeded onto the wide road.
    "Sisters in vocations, turn back! Do not become maidens of the world, foolish maidens, but return and be brides of Christ, brides who have been given the key to the Eternal Kingdom of your God.
    "My sisters, without this firm dedication and example of piety and holiness, you cannot induce or lead others into your vocation. The convents are slowly closing. And why, My children? Because there are too few who try to find the real reason. They have succumbed to the lures of the world.” -
    Our Lady, July 15, 1977

    DRIVING AWAY VOCATIONS
    "My child and My children, I come once more with an urgent and pleading message to the hierarchy in the Church, My Church upon earth. I want you to know now that We look upon you and find many that do not fall into grace. They are falling out of grace and misleading many of Our sheep.
    "Therefore, I warn you now as your God: You will stop your intricacies within My Church. You will stop experimenting. I gave you the rules to follow many years ago, two thousand years approximately. And why now, two thousand years later, do you deem it necessary to change My Church upon earth? I, your God, say to you, you will be judged accordingly. You will return My Church to its former glory, and in that manner you will have more vocations and more entering the seminaries, and not fleeing from them as they hear the heresies and all other innovations that are going on within My Church. This is My last and final word to My clergy: Change now or suffer a just punishment and banishment.” - Jesus, June 18, 1986

    CHANGES
    "My children, you must hasten to tell the good sisters that they must not join the world. They are losing vocations because of their changes. They must restore their habit worn to the ground. It was an example of great strength and piety for others and brought many vocations to the convents. Have you not realized the fruits of your endeavors to become modern? Good sisters, return and restore the convents." -
    Our Lady, April 1, 1978

    HOLY PRIESTS NEEDED
    "There will be many manifestations given to those who have taken over the role as disciples of the latter days for My Son. The people must now save My Son's Church. This battle upon earth has been given now to the people, and through the people shall you bring back My Son's Church to its former position of holiness, piety, and numerous entrances into the vocations. Many holy priests are needed.” -
    Our Lady, August 19, 1978

    MODESTY AND DISCIPLINE
    "My sister, Veronica, you must continue. And please counsel my sisters in vocations that they have fallen asleep. They must remove the blindness from their hearts. They have been misled! Modesty and discipline must be a rule of habit." -
    St. Theresa, October 1, 1977

    SHORTAGE OF TEACHING NUNS
    "My child, I have tied the knot, the belt, to represent the carrying of My beads of prayer on the dress of the dedicated. The vocations have fallen, My child. Our young children, their souls are darkening daily because there is a shortage, a severe shortage, My child, of teaching nuns. Whatever shall become of the young souls for Heaven? The Eternal Father has a plan to remove many young souls before the corruptive forces will come upon them.” -
    Our Lady, April 10, 1976

    CHASTISEMENT
    "The sin of pride and the arrogance of many in My House, Church, have set a pattern of soul-destruction among the young. I have asked that all who have been given the glory from the Eternal Father to follow My road as pastors, shepherds of Our sheep--there is much lacking in their direction. I do not have to give a listing by name; the plan of the Eternal Father shall reach those who permit and commit evil in their vocations.
    "We ask that all remain steadfast in their missions. We ask that all do not leave now, but remain and await the Warning that will soon be given to mankind. We do not wish a separation or a division among Our sheep. You shall not compromise your Faith. You shall not be misled into error in the name of humanism and modernization.
    "Heresy abounds in My House. All manners of aberration and impurities are being tolerated by My pastors. I say unto you that you must now clean your House! No man who has been chosen from among the multitudes to be a representative from Heaven shall use his rank, his vocation to gain worldly treasures and fall into the pattern of worldly living to the sorrow of those souls entrusted to him. You must awaken now from your slumber. I repeat: cleanse My House now, or I shall set a Chastisement upon you!” -
    Jesus, March 18, 1976

    Directives from Heaven... http://www.tldm.org/directives/directives.htm

    D63 - The Third Secret PDF Logo PDF
    D85 - Tradition PDF Logo PDF
    D127 - Vatican II
    PDF Logo PDF
    D159 - Religious Orders and the Dedicated: Part 1 PDF Logo PDF
    D160 - Religious Orders and the Dedicated: Part 2 PDF Logo PDF
    D161 - The Great Apostasy
    PDF Logo PDF
    D193 - Turn back: You are on the wrong road PDF Logo PDF
    D233 - Vocations, Part 1 PDF LogoPDF
    D234 - Vocations, Part 2 PDF LogoPDF

    Articles...

    Vatican II, part 1: Infiltration of the Church
    http://www.tldm.org/News6/VaticanII-1.htm

    Vatican II, part 2: Dark clouds forming before Vatican II
    http://www.tldm.org/News6/VaticanII-2.htm

    Vatican II, part 3: the satanic revolution gains momentum at the Council
    http://www.tldm.org/News6/VaticanII-3.htm

    Latin, universal language of the Catholic Church

    Dietrich von Hildebrand on the Latin Mass

    Outside Links…

    Vatican II in the dock, Christian Order magazine

    Differing from Other Councils, Seattle Catholic

    An Index of Catholicism’s Decline, Patrick J. Buchanan, December 11, 2002

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    http://jesuswouldbefurious.org/Catholic/priestswithaids.html

    Priests Dying of AIDS
    New York Times, 1 / 31 / 2000 : Kansas City, MO (AP) -- "Roman Catholic priests in the United States are dying from AIDS-related illnesses at a rate four times higher than the general population and the cause is often concealed on their death certificates, The Kansas City Star reported Sunday.
    In the first of a three-part series, the newspaper said death certificates and interviews with experts indicated several hundred priests have died of AIDS-related illnesses since the mid-1980s and hundreds more are living with HIV, the virus that causes the disease. 'I think this speaks to a failure on the part of the church,' said Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of the Archdiocese of Detroit. 'Gay priests and heterosexual priests didn't know how to handle their sexuality, their sexual drive. And so they would handle it in ways that were not healthy.'
    The Star received 801 responses to questionnaires that were sent last fall to 3,000 of the 46,000 priests in the United States. Six of 10 priests responding said they knew of at least one priest who had died of an AIDS-related illness, and one-third knew a priest living with AIDS. Three-fourths said the church needed to provide more education to seminarians on sexual issues. 'How to be celibate and to be gay at the same time, and how to be celibate and heterosexual at the same time, that's what we were never really taught how to do. And that was a major failing,' Gumbleton said.
    Asked about their sexual orientation, 75 percent said they were heterosexual, 15 percent said they were homosexual, and 5 percent said they were bisexual.
    The Rev. John Keenan, who runs Trinity House, an outpatient clinic in Chicago for priests, said he believes most priests with AIDS contracted the disease through same-sex relations. He said he treated one priest who had infected eight other priests.
    The Star said precise numbers of priests who have died of AIDS or become infected with HIV is unknown, partly because many suffer in solitude. When priests tell their superiors, the cases generally are handled quietly.
    The newspaper cited the case of Bishop Emerson Moore, who left the Archdiocese of New York in 1995 and went to Minnesota, where he died in a hospice of an AIDS-related illness. His death certificate attributed the death to 'unknown natural causes' and listed his occupation as 'laborer' in the manufacturing industry.
    After an AIDS activist filed a complaint, officials changed the cause of death to 'HIV-related illness,' the Star said, but the occupation was not corrected.
    The newspaper said the death rate among priests from AIDS appears to be at least four times that of the rate for the general U.S. population.
    Some priests and behavioral experts believe the church has scared priests into silence by treating homosexual acts as an abomination and the breaking of celibacy vows as shameful, the Star said.
    Catholic cardinals in the United States and high-ranking church officials in the Vatican declined requests to discuss the newspaper's findings, The Star reported. The Vatican referred questions to local bishops.
    Bishop Raymond Boland of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph said the AIDS deaths show that priests are human.
    'Much as we would regret it, it shows that human nature is human nature,' he said. 'And all of us are heirs to all of the misfortunes that can be foisted upon the human race.''


    A follow-up article on the hierarchy's response reported the following:www.beingalivela.org/0131catholicpriestAIDS.html

    Church calls US priests' AIDS deaths no surprise
    Kansas City, MO., Jan 31, 2000 (Reuters) --" A report that hundreds of Catholic priests in America have died of AIDS is 'sad' and a 'disappointment' but not necessarily a surprise because the disease is so pervasive in society in general, Catholic Church officials said on Monday.
    The statements by Catholic officials came in response to a nationwide investigation by the Kansas City Star newspaper -- a three-part series running from Sunday to Tuesday -- that found Catholic priests were dying of AIDS at a rate far higher than the general U.S. population.
    Calling AIDS the 'black plague of our times,' Kansas City, Kansas, Archbishop James Keleher said in a statement, 'It is no wonder that it (AIDS) has also touched Catholic clergy as well as ministers of other churches. But no matter how few clergy it has infected this is surely very sad.'
    Rebecca Summers, a spokeswoman for the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City in Missouri, said though priests take a vow of celibacy, the church is aware that not all priests are celibate. She said while the Star's findings were a 'disappointment,' they were not necessarily a surprise.
    'You have to look at society in general. Why would we say they (priests) would not mirror what is in the society?' she asked. "

    Ms. Summers, let me answer your rhetorical question. I entered the seminary as a member of a class of 60 aspirants to the priesthood. A few more may have joined that class over the next 13 years of seminary training (which included high school, college, novitiate and theology). In the end only 9 of that 60+ were ordained priests. The Catholic Church teaches that the priesthood is a "vocation" a special personal selection by God to perform a sacred role. Is it not therefore absurd to suggest that after years and years of weeding out by the seminaries, the select few, who are deemed to have been personally chosen by God to be priests, should "mirror what is in the society"?
    And by "society", Ms. Summers, do you mean the whole world, most of which has yet to be baptized and saved by your Catholic priests? Is that society what Catholic priests should be expected to mirror?


    In my humble opinion, what all the facts reported above show is that, instead of acting much more divinely than the general population, priests are "four times as human" as the general population! While some Roman Catholics will resent the publicizing these facts, those who really care about the church and/or its priests ought to demand that the church wise up, and instead of barring women from its pulpits and its rectories, that it welcome that half of the human race as clergy and the spouses of clergy. And instead of fussing and fuming so much over behaviors which the bible never even mentioned, including masturbation, birth control and abortion, the Church would do well to pay more attention to what the bible did teach, i.e. the need to love God and the neediest of one's neighbors, and not just in word, but in deed.
    In responding to the Albigensian claim that marriage is sordid, St. Bernard of Clairvaux. said, in the year 1135: 'Take from the Church an honourable marriage and an immaculate marriage bed, and do you not fill it with concubinage, incest, homosexuality and every kind of uncleanness?' (Vicars of Christ, p. 409) How long will it take the Catholic hierarchy to learn what Bernard knew so long ago?
    If you haven't already done so, we urge to see why the Catholic Church is so obsessed with sex.

     

     

     

    Report: Priests hit hard by hidden AIDS epidemic

    January 31, 2000
    http://www.actupny.org/YELL/catholicpriests.html

    KANSAS CITY, Missouri (AP) -- Roman Catholic priests in the United States are dying from AIDS-related illnesses at a rate four times higher than the general population and the cause is often concealed on their death certificates, The Kansas City Star reported in a series of stories that started Sunday.

    In the first of a three-part series, the newspaper said death certificates and interviews with experts indicated several hundred priests have died of AIDS-related illnesses since the mid-1980s and hundreds more are living with HIV, the virus that causes the disease.

    "I think this speaks to a failure on the part of the church," said Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of the Archdiocese of Detroit. "Gay priests and heterosexual priests didn't know how to handle their sexuality, their sexual drive. And so they would handle it in ways that were not healthy."

    The Star received 801 responses to questionnaires that were sent last fall to 3,000 of the 46,000 priests in the United States. The margin of error of the survey was 3.5 percentage points.

    Six of 10 priests responding said they knew of at least one priest who had died of an AIDS-related illness, and one-third knew a priest living with AIDS. Three-fourths said the church needed to provide more education to seminarians on sexual issues.

    "How to be celibate and to be gay at the same time, and how to be celibate and heterosexual at the same time, that's what we were never really taught how to do. And that was a major failing," Gumbleton said.

    Asked about their sexual orientation, 75 percent said they were heterosexual, 15 percent said they were homosexual, and 5 percent said they were bisexual.

    The Rev. John Keenan, who runs Trinity House, an outpatient clinic in Chicago for priests, said he believes most priests with AIDS contracted the disease through same-sex relations. He said he treated one priest who had infected eight other priests.

    The Star said precise numbers of priests who have died of AIDS or become infected with HIV is unknown, partly because many suffer in solitude. When priests tell their superiors, the cases generally are handled quietly.

    The newspaper cited the case of Bishop Emerson Moore, who left the Archdiocese of New York in 1995 and went to Minnesota, where he died in a hospice of an AIDS-related illness. His death certificate attributed the death to "unknown natural causes" and listed his occupation as "laborer" in the manufacturing industry.

    After an AIDS activist filed a complaint, officials changed the cause of death to "HIV-related illness," the Star said, but the occupation was not corrected.

    The newspaper said the death rate among priests from AIDS appears to be at least four times that of the rate for the general U.S. population.
    Some priests and behavioral experts believe the church has scared priests into silence by treating homosexual acts as an abomination and the breaking of celibacy vows as shameful, the Star said.

    Catholic cardinals in the United States and high-ranking church officials in the Vatican declined requests to discuss the newspaper's findings, The Star reported. The Vatican referred questions to local bishops.

    Bishop Raymond Boland of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph said the AIDS deaths show that priests are human.

    "Much as we would regret it, it shows that human nature is human nature," he said. "And all of us are heirs to all of the misfortunes that can be foisted upon the human race."

     

    UPDATE November 2000

    New Study Finds Catholic Priests Dying From AIDS at Higher Than Expected Rate

    According to a study following a January report on Catholic priests dying of AIDS, the Kansas City Star has found that the AIDS-related death rate among priests "exceeds earlier estimates." The Star reported in a three-part series in January that "hundreds of priests had died of AIDS-related illnesses and that hundreds more were living with the virus that causes the disease."

    Follow-up research, based on death certificates and interviews with family members, found an additional 300 AIDS-related priest deaths nationwide. However, researchers were unable to count AIDS-related deaths in the nearly two-thirds of states that do not disclose death records, and experts say that the "exact AIDS death toll among U.S. priests will never be known." In the 14 states that allowed the Star to access death records, the paper found that the AIDS-related death rate among priests was "more than double" the rate among all adult males in those states and more than six times the rate among the general population in those states. The Star reports that these rates "exceeded the estimates and projections reported earlier this year by the newspaper," and the follow-up investigation reveals that "there is no longer any question that hundreds of priests have died of AIDS and that many bishops were aware of their plights."

    Mixed Response

    The new study has sparked further controversy surrounding the relationship between priests, who are required to be celibate, and AIDS (Thomas, Kansas City Star, 11/4).

    An op-ed to the Star by Rev. Patrick Rush, the vicar general of the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, states that the paper's conclusions "are not consistent with the experience of our local diocese: not the death rate, not the silence and not the denial." He added, "The Star's continued reporting on the subject of priests with AIDS sadly misses the point. Any death from HIV/AIDS is a tragedy. ... It is a problem for us all" (Rush, Kansas City Star, 11/6).

    But advocates cite the report as evidence that the Catholic Church needs to further address the issue.

    Eugene Kennedy, former priest and biographer of the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago, said, "The fact that you have priests having very active sexual lives, that you have priests contracting HIV and dying of AIDS and that they have refused to come to terms with this and tend to deny it, I don't see how you look at this and not say that these are symptoms of an unresolved sexual problem within the church."

    Sister Mary Ann Walsh, spokesperson for the Conference of Bishops, said the church "had been active in dealing with the AIDS issue and that seminary formation programs today are doing a better job of educating priests about sexuality issues."

    Examples of recent efforts to address sexual issues and AIDS within the church include:

    The National Federation of Priests' Councils is "updating" a 93-page document about AIDS. It now provides direction on how dioceses and religious orders should "deal with" HIV-positive priests and whether priest candidates should be tested for HIV.

    The National Conference of Catholic Bishops, originally one of the study's "harshest critics," is endorsing a "major study" to look at problems priests face in their first five years after ordination. Dean Hoge, the study's principal investigator, said that the topics of sexuality and celibacy will be addressed.

    The Church of England revealed this year that at least 25% of its priests had died of AIDS-related illnesses, and in September mandated that all Anglican bishops in southern Africa undergo HIV testing.

    Root of the Problem

    Through interviews with priests, AIDS experts, doctors, psychologists and educators, the Star found a general consensus that more education and communication is needed to curb the "tragedy of priests dying of AIDS."

    Rev. Thomas Reese, editor of America magazine, a national Jesuit publication, cited the biggest issue as the "silence surrounding ... gay priests." Reese said, "The silence highlights a tension in a church that defines homosexuality as 'intrinsically disordered' but relies on many gay men to celebrate the sacraments and carry out the work of the church."

    Jon Fuller, a Jesuit priest and Boston physician who specializes in AIDS, lamented the fact that the Vatican discourages open discussions on sexuality, considers homosexual relations a sin and opposes "modern practice" of safe sex.

    However, the church has not entirely ignored the AIDS epidemic and has served as a "major provider of AIDS services" in San Francisco, according to the Rev. Jim Mitulski, co-pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco, a "predominantly gay congregation." Mitulski said, "It's compassion that comes with a price tag. ... The irony is, here's this institution that does have a heart for sick people, but at the same time, it's fostering a climate where HIV continues to be spread" (Kansas City Star, 11/4).

     

     

     

    Philadelphia Priests Suspended: Archdiocese Removes 21 Catholic Priests Suspected Of Sex Abuse

    PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia archdiocese suspended 21 Roman Catholic priests Tuesday who were named as child molestation suspects in a scathing grand jury report last month, a move that comes more than eight years after U.S. bishops pledged swift action to keep potential abusers away from young people.

    The priests have been removed from ministry while their cases are reviewed, Cardinal Justin Rigali said. The names of the priests were not being released, a spokesman for the archdiocese said.

    "These have been difficult weeks since the release of the grand jury report," Rigali said in a statement. "Difficult most of all for victims of sexual abuse but also for all Catholics and for everyone in our community."

    The two-year grand jury investigation into priest abuse in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia resulted in charges against two priests, a former priest and a Catholic school teacher who are accused of raping young boys. And in an unprecedented move in the U.S., a former high-ranking church official was accused of transferring problem priests to new parishes without warning anyone of prior sex-abuse complaints.

    Since 2002, when the national abuse crisis erupted in the Archdiocese of Boston, American dioceses have barred hundreds of accused clergy from public church work or removed the men permanently from the priesthood. The allegations against the Pennsylvania priests stand out because they come years after the U.S. bishops reformed their national child protection policies, promising to keep potential abusers from children.

    The grand jury named 37 priests who remained in active ministry despite credible allegations of sexual abuse. After the release of the report, the second such investigation in the city in six years, Rigali vowed to take its calls for further reforms seriously.

    In addition to the 21 priests placed on leave Tuesday, three others named by the grand jury were suspended a week after the report's release in February. There were five other priests who would have been suspended: one who was already on leave, two who are "incapacitated and have not been in active ministry," and two who no longer are priests in the archdiocese but are now members of another religious order that was not identified.

    "The archdiocese has notified the superiors of their religious orders and the bishops of the dioceses where they are residing," the cardinal said.

    The remaining eight priests of the 37 in the report were not being put on leave because the latest examination of their cases "found no further investigation is warranted," Rigali said.

    .

    "I know that for many people their trust in the church has been shaken," Rigali stated. "I pray that the efforts of the archdiocese to address these cases of concern and to re-evaluate our way of handling allegations will help rebuild that trust."

    While the archdiocese formed a panel to handle abuse complaints after the 2005 report, the 2011 grand jury found it mostly worked to protect the church, not the victims. Rigali responded by retaining former city child-abuse prosecutor Gina Maisto Smith to re-examine complaints made against the active-duty priests that internal church investigators previously said they could not substantiate.

    "Cardinal Rigali's actions are as commendable as they are unprecedented, and they reflect his concern for the physical and spiritual well-being of those in his care," District Attorney Seth Williams said in a statement. "We appreciate that the Archdiocese has acknowledged the value of the report, and seen fit to take some of the steps called for by the grand jury."

    The suspensions came on the eve of Lent, the Christian period for penance leading up to Easter.

    Peter Isely of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests said Rigali should have suspended the priests much sooner.

    "There's a simple reason that dozens of credibly accused child molesters have recklessly been kept in unsuspecting parishes for years, instead of being promptly suspended. It's because Rigali and his top aides want it that way," he said. "They have taken and still take steps to protect, above all else, themselves, their secrets and their staff, instead of their flock. That's what two separate Philadelphia grand juries, working with two prosecutors, after two long investigations, found over the last six years."

    Rigali's move to suspend the priests "was forced on him by the Philadelphia grand jury report, and is an act of desperation, not transparency," Terence McKiernan of BishopAccountability.org said.

    "In Philadelphia, a Catholic official had to be indicted before the archdiocese finally began to comply with its own policies," he said. "We have no reason to believe that Philadelphia is unusual – in other U.S. dioceses, credibly accused priests are no doubt still in ministry, and review boards are protecting priests instead of protecting children."

     

     

     

     

    Global Trends in AIDS Mortality
    John Bongaarts, François Pelletier, and Patrick Gerland
    WORKING PAPER NO. 16 2009
    One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
    New York, New York 10017 USA
    www.popcouncil.org
    pubinfo@popcouncil.org
    pg. 4

    A second explanation for the decline in HIV prevalence is that epidemics have reached their natural limits. Every population consists of a heterogeneous mixture of subgroups with widely varying infection risks. Sex workers and their clients, needle-sharing intravenous drug users (IDUs), and homosexual men are at relatively high risk, while men and women living in monogamous unions or without sexual partners are at low risk. At the onset of an epidemic, the virus quickly invades the highest-risk groups, but then encounters resistance when the pools of high-risk and most-susceptible individuals are infected or die out. The epidemic reaches a plateau when the virus has achieved maximum penetration of the vulnerable subgroups. This point seems to have been reached in most countries by the early 2000s. In the United States and Europe, for example, parts of the homosexual and IDU groups are at relatively high risk of infection, but infection risks are much lower for the vast majority of heterosexuals. As a result, HIV prevalence among heterosexuals in these regions is a fraction of one percent. In contrast, Southern African populations have relatively large high-risk groups of sex workers and their partners, and the virus spreads more readily among the general population through diffuse networks of multiple and concurrent sexual partners (Halperin and Epstein 2004, 2007). The overall size of a country’s epidemic depends on the sizes of the different risk groups and their behaviors (i.e. frequency of partner change, condom use), biological characteristics (e.g. male circumcision), and the prevalence of other STIs.

    "a fraction of one percent"?

    HIV prevalence among MSM present similar variation as the other population groups. The highest prevalence rate was found in Sao Paulo in 2000 with 30% HIV rate.

     

     

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