Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Blasphemy at Holy Cross College in Worcester...

A Holy Cross professor is suggesting that, "Jesus was a ‘Drag King’ with ‘Queer Desires’."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 2148, teaches that, "Blasphemy is directly opposed to the second commandment. It consists in uttering against God - inwardly or outwardly - words of hatred, reproach, or defiance; in speaking ill of God; in failing in respect toward him in one's speech; in misusing God's name. St. James condemns those 'who blaspheme that honorable name [of Jesus] by which you are called.' The prohibition of blasphemy extends to language against Christ's Church, the saints, and sacred things. It is also blasphemous to make use of God's name to cover up criminal practices, to reduce peoples to servitude, to torture persons or put them to death. The misuse of God's name to commit a crime can provoke others to repudiate religion.
Blasphemy is contrary to the respect due God and his holy name. It is in itself a grave sin."

Holy Cross College has long been a hotbed of dissent from Catholic teaching where a distorted notion of academic freedom has been advanced. See here.


M. Prodigal said...

This is damnable!

E said...

It is's demonic. And silence from Bishop McManus. Tragic.

Catechist Kev said...

When is enough, enough? >:-/

TLM said...

"When is enough, enough?" thoughts exactly. How long Oh Lord will you allow these evil evil Judas betrayers that are supposed to be shepherding your sheep inside YOUR CHURCH, crucify you all over again with your faithful standing at the cross in anguish??? These men are demon possessed.

Cyn M said...

Our so called "catholic" colleges are all too often merely secular colleges in disguise. Notre Dame University is one of the worst. A shame your bishop is sleeping through the crisis right under his nose. He could have used this as a correction and teachi g opportunity. Praying for him, and for your diocese. Sad to see the once great bastions of Catholic thought and practice become hotbeds of blasphemy, and dissent from true Catholic teaching. The endtimes are upon us...Lord, have mercy. Reparation is in order.

Dan R. said...

FYI, Bishop MacManus of the Diocese of Worcester did issue a forceful statement on March 30th denouncing Professor Liew’s published work. Here is the link to the text:

You can view my comments and those of other concerned Roman Catholic protesters at:

After reading the above, I hope that you will consider signing the petition that calls for the termination of Professor Liew.

Deacon Dan Romanello, KM
Holy Cross ‘75

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