The following comment was made on the 15th of May for the post on Holy Cross.
Anonymous said... Jesuit University of Scranton performs the play RENT - your thoughts on this please? I am a convert and new to the faith. I feel this is an inappropriate play to have Catholic Students participate in at a Catholic School - am I incorrect? Thank you for any help you may provide.
It is quite obvious that the Jesuits at the Jesuit run Colleges, have as part of their agenda and "Jesuit Tradition", the obliteration of Catholic teaching on Homosexual Lifestyles and acceptance of Abortion, Sodomy and Deviant Behavior. Each time one of these colleges invites someone to speak that is totally contrary to Catholic Church and Biblical teaching, they fall back on the "academic freedom" position. Here That's HOGWASH!
This person has asked a very good question. But first, I would like to say to this wonderful person, "Welcome to the Faith"...you have more in your little finger than all the Jesuits in 'higher' education put together.
The Jesuits do NOT teach in the Catholic Tradition. They don't teach Catholicism. They even say it's not their job to teach about God. Link Here As a matter of fact, they even say as much in their "manifesto" as stated in the"Mission Statement from Xavier High School...that's right, High School.
To assist young men in their formation as leaders and men for others through rigorous college preparation in the Jesuit tradition.
Not one word about Catholicism. ( Link) Actually, not one word about God either. Well, the more we learn about the deviant Jesuits, the more it makes sense that they should be removed from the Catholic Church as an Order of "Priests". And to think that Bishop Bambera was on the Board at Scranton. Actually, that makes a lot of sense at this point. Cardinal Rigali wanted someone who would join in the feminizing of the Church and he has truly found him in "Bishop Bambera"...Soooo in answer to our Convert's question---No you are NOT incorrect. Catholic Schools should not promote the Homosexual Lifestyle in the guise of Academic Freedom.
We will pray for this new Catholic that their Faith grow and mature in the light of True Catholic Teachings...obviously the University of Scranton does NOT fit this category in any way.
Much more coming, folks. I just felt this deserved an answer for someone so new and Faithful.
Jesus Is Lord!