An explosive report released yesterday is revealing the highest-ranking U.S. priest has been using the gay hookup app Grindr while being general secretary of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
[A] mobile device correlated to Burrill emitted app data signals from the location-based hookup app Grindr on a near-daily basis during parts of 2018, 2019 and 2020 — at both his USCCB office and his USCCB-owned residence, as well as during USCCB meetings and events in other cities.
It also reveals Burrill, working on the dime donated by the laity "visited gay bars and private residences while using a location-based hookup app in numerous cities from 2018 to 2020, even while traveling on assignment for the U.S. bishops' conference."
Burrill began working with the USCCB in 2016 and was influential in the bishops' response to the 2018 "Summer of Shame" that outed homosexual predator Theodore McCarrick.
Speaking of McCarrick, the report notes that "On June 20, 2018, the day the McCarrick revelations became public, the mobile device correlated to Burrill emitted hookup app signals at the USCCB staff residence, and from a street in a residential Washington neighborhood."
Two days later "the mobile device correlated to Burrill emitted signals from Entourage, which bills itself as Las Vegas' 'gay bathhouse.'"
All the usual suspects are rushing out to do damage control, complaining that the worst thing that's happened in all of this is that somebody's privacy was violated.
"And again, why not spy on everyone who works for the church? Why stop at priests? Why not spy on unmarried lay teachers? Perhaps they're sexually active."
Martin goes on, "Why not spy on married pastoral associates? Perhaps they're using birth control. And why stop there? Why not spy on parishioners?"
The short answer is that priests occupy places of authority over souls and their work is very public. But Martin goes on to ask whether — if the morality of all people who occupy places of teaching and moral authority were scrutinized and removed for not following Church doctrine — "Who, in the end, would be left in the Church?"
The answer would simply be those who profess and live the Church's teaching.
Should sodomy-loving Jesuits like James Martin be afraid? Yes. Faithful Catholics have been pushed around for far too long by morally degenerate men in positions of authority. These wicked shepherds have no fear of Hell and no discernible supernatural faith.
What's especially galling about this revelation is that Burrill is a priest of the diocese of La Crosse, Wisconsin. His bishop is Bp. William Callahan, the same prelate currently persecuting Fr. James Altman.
Altman, of course, committed several grave sins in the eyes of the Church of Nice. First, he told people they will go to Hell if they support abortion. Second, he criticized the bishops for shutting off parishioners' access to the sacraments during a "pandemic." And thirdly, he criticized the bishops' politicization of the so-called vaccine.
Had Fr. Altman simply been on Grindr cruising for twinks and bears, meeting up with other men in bathhouses for mutual masturbation and keeping quiet on the big issues relevant to the salvation of souls, he would still have his parish.
The Catholic priesthood is infested with sodomites, and they've had the upper hand in how the Church has been operating these last 60 years. These cry-bullies claim victimhood status whenever they're challenged and outed. Too bad, keep crying.
Scripture tells us, "For there is nothing secret, which will not be made clear, nor is there anything hidden, which will not be known and be brought into plain sight."
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