Vatican has ‘one of the largest homosexual communities in the world’

Vatican has ‘one of the largest homosexual communities in the world’ January 29, 2019

A new book – In the Closet of the Vatican: Power, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy – exposes ‘the rot at the heart of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church today’ – and, according to this LifeSiteNews report, is expected ‘to shake the Church and the world’.

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LSN reported that a press release is to be be published today in several different languages that contains more disclosures about  the book authored by French journalist Frédéric Martel, above.

According to the French version of the press release, the book, which became available on Amazon last week, claims that there now exists in the Vatican:

One of the largest homosexual communities in the world.

Its publication was timed to coincide with the start of a sex abuse summit in Rome initiated by Pope Francis.

Martel, a gay socialist, says the aim of the book is to expose the underlying connection among the following issues:

• The celibacy of priests

• The condemnation of the use of contraceptives

• The cover-up of countless cases of sexual abuse

• The resignation of Benedict XVI

• Misogyny among the clergy

• The dramatic fall of  vocations to the priesthood

• The plotting against Pope Francis.

The press release says that Martel describes:

A system founded on a clerical culture of secrecy which starts in junior seminars and continues right up to the Vatican itself.

It is also based on:

The double lives of priests and on extreme homophobia.

The release goes on to say that there exists a certain “schizophrenia in the Church”, and that:

The more a prelate is homophobic, the more likely it is that he is himself gay.

Dr Maike Hickson, writing for LSN, said:

Many Catholics, however, remain suspicious of the book … Some Catholics also wonder how the author’s own homosexuality might cloud his moral judgment.

The press release concludes:

No one can claim to really understand the Catholic Church today until they have read this book.

In a recent Church Militant episode – called “The Lavender Mafia Unmasked” –  Michael Voris and Christine Niles discussed Martel’s book, saying they welcomed it because it could help reveal more information about the state of the Church as they themselves have heard it from different sources over the years.

Commenting on Martel’s, Christine Niles says:

Nobody likes a hypocrite, nobody likes a liar. Nobody likes people who lead double lives. If you take a vow and you promised chastity and continence, but you are secretly breaking that vow, people like him [Martel] don’t like that.

Niles and Voris agree with Martel on this point, saying “he is correct on that.”

Commenting on Martel’s claim that the homosexual network within the Vatican is much bigger than expected, Niles says that the book will be an “eye opener” for many Catholic lay people about the fact that:

The Vatican is essentially being run, largely, by homosexuals.


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  • Raging Bee

    Sounds like part of the Church’s desperate campaign to blame gays and gayness for their sexual-abuse problems.

  • P. McCoy

    Yes! The Catholic clergy was totally “innocent” until those “Marxist Homo sexuals” crept in from Russia and created a Cabal in order to ‘ inflitrate” , you know.

    Well, cults always rationalize their shortcomings by scapegoating.

  • Raging Bee

    In a recent Church Militant episode – called “The Lavender Mafia Unmasked” – Michael Voris and Christine Niles discussed Martel’s book, saying they welcomed it because it could help reveal more information about the state of the Church…

    …that gives them the excuse they need to blame the people they’ve always hated for their own Church’s moral failings, instead of the Church that’s been preaching hatred against them.

    Commenting on Martel’s claim that the homosexual network within the Vatican is much bigger than expected…

    So it’s not just gays in the Church, it’s a “network;” as in, an organized conspiracy separate from, and organizationally able to resist and subvert, the Church’s actual chain of command.

    Yep, sounds like scapegoating to me.

  • Jim Jones

    I had some significant interaction with two priests (business reasons)

    One was gay with a boyfriend (and was a hypocritical asshole).

    The other had a girlfriend and a son.

  • Raging Bee

    Incidentally, Christine Niles, one of the people praising this book, is a Convert to Catholicism (from Protestant, after being a “cultural Catholic” whose parents never bothered with doctrine or ritual that much), who believes abortion, divorce AND remarriage are wrong. And Novus Ordo Watch seems to have a serious hate-on for Michael Voris; not sure why since their screed was not all that coherent. Just sayin’…

  • Broga

    Why am I not surprised?

  • Bubblecar

    I’d be suspicious of the claims of “homosexuality” because of the Church’s policy of blaming its entrenched child abuse problem on “gays”.

    Who knows what kind of sexuality men who ostensibly choose a life of religious celibacy have, or end up with. For those who break their vows, it seems a matter of cynical opportunism combined with a weird belief that sexually abusing boys is somehow “less sinful” than having sex with an adult woman. Certainly young priests soon became aware that child abuse would attract no more than finger-wagging (if that) from their superiors, while having a consenting relationship with an adult could get them chucked out.

    Whatever the case, it’s amazing that so many generations of Catholic parents were (and still are) confident that they could entrust their kids to religiously distorted men struggling with suppressed sexualities, of whatever kind.

  • Raging Bee

    He didn’t just claim “homosexuality,” he claimed there’s a “network” of homosexuals working within the Church. As in, a conspiracy so powerful it can resist and subvert the Church’s actual chain of command. That’s what makes these claims even more suspicious.