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Michael Voris sits down with Fr. Paul John Kalchik, his first on-camera interview since September, after he was forced out of his parish on orders of Cdl. Blase Cupich for burning a sacrilegious banner that once hung over the High Altar of Resurrection Parish.
One day after lesbian mayor Lori Lightfoot called for "swift action" against the priest for disposing of the blasphemous LGBT banner — which depicted rainbow pride colors intertwined with the Cross — Cupich sent two chancery men to threaten and bully Kalchik into checking in to St. Luke Institute, the notorious priest rehab center in Maryland, whose previous CEO was imprisoned for embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay a gay lover.
Father Kalchik has since filed an appeal to Rome asserting his canonical rights, a lawsuit that remains ongoing.