Chicago Archdiocese Pushing Homosexuality and Heterodoxy to Millennials

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by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  August 10, 2017   

Theology on Tap events featuring dissident pro-homosexual speakers

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CHICAGO ( - The archdiocese of Chicago's Theology on Tap program is promoting homosexuality and a banal understanding of God to millennials.

Theology on Tap (ToT) is a catechetical tool used in various dioceses to bring theological discussion outside of the classroom or the church and into the public arena. It's used in dozens of dioceses throughout the United States and is popular among young Catholics, claiming its purpose is to "help support and celebrate your spiritual growth as you explore how God is present in your life in a number of new and exhilarating ways."


An August 9 post on ToT's Facebook page links to a vulgar and anti-Catholic "millennial" rendition of the first chapter of Genesis using internet slang, saying things like, "And God said, 'Let there be light,' and it was lit AF" and "Then God LOL'd."

It goes on, however, to render verse 27:

The archdiocese of Chicago's 2017 implementation promotion of homosexuality began with the first ToT event on July with over 500 young people present. It featured talks by Fr. Thomas Rosica and Michael O'Loughlin, both liberal-progressive homosexualists.

As the CEO of Salt + Light TV in Canada, Rosica has embraced viewpoints contrary to Catholic Church teaching. He is also a friend and admirer of fellow homosexualist Fr. James Martin.


Church Militant reached out to the archdiocese of Chicago for comment but has yet to receive a response.


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