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By The Vortex, Church Militant, February 7, 2020

The continuing sad story of the diocese of Buffalo’s Christ the King Seminary is finally coming to an end.

The long-overdue shut-down of the homosexual hotbed was finally announced earlier this week by stand-in Bp. Edward Scharfenberger, who did, somewhat admirably, try his best to put a smattering of lipstick on that gay pig.

But no matter how dressed up in niceties it may be, the underlying truth is that a betrayal of the Faith by homosexual activists hiding in the priesthood is what caused this closure. A little history here is in order.

Back in 1982 when Joseph Bernardin became archbishop of Chicago, and eventually cardinal, he went about setting up a so-called house of formation for South American seminarians being funneled into American dioceses. The name of the facility was Casa Jesus and was, in reality, a house for homosexual seminarians being cultivated for eventual placement in dioceses around the country.

Shortly after that, Theodore McCarrick joined in the party and started importing gay South American seminarians for his diocese of Metuchen as well as other dioceses.

As an aside, what these men did fits the definition of human sex trafficking because these men were brought across international borders specifically for sex.  ….

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