Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Saint Martin's Parish in Otter River and "The Little Black Book"

This morning I attended Ash Wednesday Mass at Saint Martin's Parish in Otter River.  On the way out of church after Mass, I noticed that a stack of black booklets had been left on a table for parishioners to take.  The booklet is entitled "The Little Black Book: Six-minute meditations on the Sunday Gospels of Lent."  An inscription on the inside cover reads: "This book is dedicated to Bishop Ken Untener (1937-2004) who was inspired to create the Little Books.  His life and faith continue to be their driving force."

If the life and faith of the late pro-homosexual Bishop Untener continues to be the "driving force" behind the publication, then I must urge all who visit this Blog to avoid the publication entirely.  As Paul Likoudis has noted, Bishop Untener is one of several notorious pro-homosexual bishops who were appointed by Archbishop (and later Cardinal) John Dearden.

Mr. Likoudis explains that, "Gumbleton and Imesch (Bishops Thomas Gumbleton and Joseph Imesch), both of whom were ordained in 1956 for the Archdiocese of Detroit, were groomed in gangsterism by the late Cardinal Dearden, and both were pretty much running the archdiocese in Dearden's last days.  In the late '70s and early '80s, when Gumbleton was promoting Dignity (a radical pro-homosexual organization) in Detroit, Imesch and Dearden were trying to frustrate a Vatican investigation into St. John's Seminary where homosexuality was rampant, and all three were working hard to get fellow priest Ken Untener, St. John's rector, appointed as Bishop of Saginaw - even after his role in showing seminarians pornographic videos was publicly exposed." (Amchurch Comes Out: The U.S. Bishops, Pedophile Scandals and the Homosexual Agenda, p. 162).

Our sad time!

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