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The gay subculture in some seminaries perpetuates itself, spanning generations. A lawsuit against the Pontifical North American College, or NAC, in Vatican City, and New York cardinal Timothy Dolan addressed that subculture and how it vindictively protects itself.
A press release on the suit states, "As scandalous revelations surround America's Vatican-based seminary and the New York archdiocese, many closeted bishops and priests about to be named may be outed."
Who's on that list remains to be seen. But one pro-gay prelate, Chicago's Cdl. Blase Cupich, is connected to the NAC and the Pontifical College Josephinum (or Josephinum), located in Columbus, Ohio.
Cupich attended the NAC in the early '70s, overlapping then-seminarian Timothy Dolan's time there. After priestly ordination (but before becoming a bishop), Cupich served from 1989 to 1996 as rector of the Josephinum. One former seminarian, going by Tony Ghepardo, published memoirs in 2015 of his time at the Josephinum, the timing of which overlaps with then-rector Cupich's years there.
Ghepardo describes a gay subculture that protected itself with KGB-style tactics that weaponized psychologists. Under condition of anonymity, one priest who knows Cupich well spoke to Church Militant: "Homosexuals ... they love to climb the ladders of power and make sure their subculture thrives as the Church dies. These men cannot have offspring, but they certainly do metastasize."
At the NAC, then-seminarian Cupich was under rector James Hickey, who was ordained a bishop in 1967 by Abp. John Dearden. Hickey ultimately became a cardinal, heading to [Washington,] D.C. for 20 years, the immediate predecessor of homosexual pederast Theodore McCarrick, who is at the heart of the homosexual network.