Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the Lavender Mafia in the Church

Another case on one of those “men without faith reigning in the Church” (about whom Bishop Schneider warned recently) was exposed by the Media last week.

“Uncle Ted” Card. Theodore McCarrick, 87, (who once confessed he was lobbied to support the election of Cardinal Bergoglio) has been accused of serious sexual misconduct of a minor committed 45 years ago. The accusation is reported as being totally “credible”. Of course we are learning that this one reported case of “misconduct” is in reality no more than the doorway to revealing a lifetime of sexual abuse of young men by Card. McCarrick.

How could a so-called Prince of the Church behave in this despicable way? He has destroyed the faith and lives of perhaps hundreds of altar boys and seminarians, thus many generations of future priests who would now be serving the Church if this wolf in sheep’s clothing had not crossed their path. He has committed grave evil against innocent adolescents and attempted to pervert and lead them into his own disgusting sin.

Has McCarrick no fear of God’s righteous judgment and an eternity in Hell for those who scandalise God’s “little ones”?  Bishop Schneider is right: “men without faith”, men who do not believe in God, nor His Commandments, nor the existence of Hell, have successfully infiltrated the highest ranks of the Church! No man of faith could commit such long term evil and not be troubled by his conscience.

Many have been asking the question: How did Cardinal McCarrick’s secret last so long? To be able to get away with this infamous behaviour in the very centre of the Church (but which we now learn was already well known by high-ranking clerics and journalists years ago, yet never publicly revealed) there must have been some type of cover-up.

The answer? Cardinal McCarrick is an active sodomite, but has been both tolerated and protected from disclosure via the protective covering of a veritable homosexual network, often referred to as the “Lavender Mafia”, existing in the Church today. It is an extensive, powerful and extremely evil network, believed by many to have been instigated and set up by communists, homosexuals and Freemasons under a diabolical plan revealed by ex-KGB agent Bella Dodd in the 1950s to infiltrate and destroy the Church from within. These are the real “errors of Russia” Our Lady of Fatima came to warn us about in 1917, months before the break out of the Bolshevik Revolution.

A commentator on Father Z’s blog post on this scandal, The Astronomer, gave this chilling testimony:

I grew up and then worked for the U.S. Government in Central NJ when “Uncle Ted” held high ecclesial office here. It was an open secret among heterosexual, orthodox RC priests that the archbishop (at the time) frequently took ‘willing’ seminarians and priests that shared his progressive views down to his beach house on the Jersey Shore on private, weekend retreats. Those who ‘complied’ saw their appointments and careers advance. Its an unfortunate fact that the Lavender Mafia (LM) is a notoriously well-known self-protective network of actively sodomite clergy that alternatively promote/advocate/blackmail in order to maintain their power and back in the day, “Uncle Ted” was one of its preeminent power players, along with Cardinal Bernardin.

McCarrick mercilessly persecuted NJ priests who dared sprinkle a bit of Latin into their OF masses or promoted traditional orthodox Roman Catholicism. Several whom I know had to be incardinated in the Archdiocese of NY under the protective benevolence of Cardinal O’Connor. ‘Uncle Ted’ also had a barely concealed animus towards (now) St. John Paul II that was on full display during the preliminary planning for the security arrangements of St. JP II’s 1995 visit to the United States. My assertions here are not slander, because as a former Federal agent based in NJ from 1986-1995, I was privy to stomach-churning archdiocesan nonsense that was suppressed by his complicit LM fellow-travelers. McCarrick’s minions passive-aggressively made our work planning the safety of the Pope VERY difficult and ultimately, Federal agencies had to bypass the Archdiocese of Newark and discreetly engage Vatican Security directly.

I know much more about the shenanigans of “Uncle Ted;” however, here in 2018, what’s the point? He will soon have to answer to the Ultimate Judge. The only true Catholic response is to pray for his soul.

That’s the story in a nutshell. But the following question all Catholics should be asking ourselves is:

What can be done to root out and expel this nest of vipers – the ‘Lavender Mafia’ – that is corrupting and defiling the Holy Bride of Christ with its abominable filth?

We must get some real answers.

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28 Responses to Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the Lavender Mafia in the Church

  1. Mary Salmond says:

    Wow! This is so insanely deep state stuff! The victims have been suffering for so long, that it makes one sick. What a sad state of affairs our church was/is in those years past. Finding a sure fire way to eradicate the vermin so we can avoid further future priests to scandalize our young men must be resolved. Much deeper testing, questioning, probing into backgrounds, education, personal problems must be implemented. This is so so sad and so disturbing. Michael Voris harps on it non-stop that this is a known problem and must be cleaned out in the upper clergy.


  2. johnhenrycn says:

    “The only true Catholic response is to pray for his soul.”
    …says the commenter on Fr Z’s blog quoted here.

    I think about that and without saying that I believe or disbelieve the accusations made against the cardinal, but assuming they’re true, I have to ask – how much time ought we to spend praying for his soul? There are so many souls more deserving – or should I say less deserving (do you take my point?) and there are only 24 hours in each day. How much time ought we to allot in our prayers for the souls people like McCarrick when we have the souls of Mao, Stalin, Attila, Khomeini, Obama, Merkel – the list is endless – to think of?

    So let’s be frank: aside from one serious, single generalized prayer on All Souls Day for all people who are strangers to us who we fear to be in danger of hell-fire, is it not mere cant to ask people to pray for them? I suggest anything more personal is pretence.

    This not not to criticize the commenter on Fr Z’s blog of hypocrisy, because his calling for prayers for the soul of the cardinal is no different than the formulaic paint-by-number solution we Catholics often use when talking about the fate of people we despise.

    One generalized prayer for all of them on All Souls Day. That’s it.


  3. johnhenrycn says:

    Now before anyone gets riled with my recommending we pray only once each year for the wicked on All Souls’ Day, not just for the “faithful departed” on that day, and my recommending we include wicked people not yet dead in our prayers that day, I’m willing to accept any other day in the liturgical calendar specifically designated as a day of prayer for wicked people, living or dead, but I do not know of one.


  4. KM says: They’ve been talking about this for a while now.


  5. Adam says:

    I knew the evils of Communist Russia had infiltrated the Church..but I didnt realise how high and how evil. Yes, it is time to pray to fight…to hold up the light of faith against this diablocial confusion and darkness in high places. God bless you all.


  6. John says:

    There sure seems a lot of things taken for granted based only on a media report of abuse that supposedly occurred 45 years ago.


  7. mmvc says:

    “The only true Catholic response is to pray for his soul.”

    Saint Pio of Pietrelcina was asked for prayers by countless souls, including for those on the road to perdition. Rather than name each one separately, he would daily offer the Sacred Heart novena for these souls. We too have a duty to remember them. Jesus commanded us to love our enemies and to pray for those who wrong us. Sometimes it requires an heroic act of the will to do so. But do it we must.


  8. Crow says:

    Well, I don’t care for his soul. But I do care for the Church. It is interesting that, without exception, the treacherous Catholics hate and suppress the Latin Mass. And did he vote for the current Pope?
    And what about Bella Dodd’s evidence? Why are there no names?

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  9. Mary Salmond says:

    Omission of information is deception.


  10. mmvc says:

    Well, I don’t care for his soul.

    Our Lord cares. Passionately. So much so that He would have suffered and died for that single soul.

    Isn’t that enough for you to care too? Just one ‘Hail Mary’ might help this Cardinal and others like him repent before it is too late.


  11. geoffkiernan says:

    Yes mmvc, I agree.


  12. When will God send us decent pope and decent clergy who will put an end what we are suffering in His Church?


  13. kathleen says:

    ”The only true Catholic response is to pray for his [McCarrick’s] soul.”

    One of Our Lord’s toughest Commandments must surely be: “Love your enemies: do good to them that hate you: and pray for them that persecute and calumniate you” – (Matthew 5:44).

    Our Lady at Fatima asked us to pray much for sinners: “Pray, pray, a great deal, and make sacrifices for sinners, for many souls go to Hell because they have no one to make sacrifices and pray for them.”
    When those “sinners” are nameless unknown people we can readily obey Our Lady’s plea, but when we know their names and know the great evil they have done (re JH’s examples) it is not easy at all! It’s therefore hard for us to pray for repentance and conversion for someone like Card. McCarrick (and I agree it really is hard). but can you imagine how much harder it must be for McCarrick’s victims and their families? I would say they are even more deserving of prayer in order to find forgiveness in their hearts for the terrible wrongs committed against them.


  14. kathleen says:

    Yes, it is true that knowledge of the notorious Lavender Mafia network within in the Church is not breaking news; in fact it’s old news now ever since the sexual scandals of the early years of the Milennium broke out and it was uncovered. So what then in all this time is being done to eradicate it? Nothing, as far as I can see! They are just too powerful and established it would appear, despite Pope Benedict’s firm pronouncement before he resigned that “we must get rid of this filth in the Church”!
    Francis appears to have ignored the problem completely.

    But unless we rid the Church of this den of infamy there will be many more ‘McCarricks” spewing their unstoppable evil around, destroying lives of innocent souls, and the Church having to spend millions in enormous legal payouts to victims.


  15. johnhenrycn says:

    “Pope Benedict’s firm pronouncement before he resigned that ‘we must get rid of this filth in the Church’!”
    Kathleen, I recall he said something very similar just before the Conclave in 2005. Did he say it again in 2013? I hope so, but I don’t think so.


  16. kathleen says:

    Hi JH,

    I’m sure I remember Benedict XVI saying these words after he was elected Pope… but I don’t remember the year. It probably wasn’t just before he resigned though, when he was already beginning to slow down on his rooting out of sexual abusers, so you’re right there.

    This from Wikipedia:

    “after Pope John Paul II put Cardinal Ratzinger and his office in charge of the abuse complaints in 2001, Allen says “he began to talk much more openly about what he described as ‘filth’ in the Catholic Church, and became much more aggressive about prosecuting abusers.”
    In his papacy, Pope Benedict has been the first pope “to break the Vatican’s wall of silence on this issue.”

    See also THIS article from 2011 in La Stampa.

    Yet people still accuse him of not doing enough to rid the Church of this “filth”. I believe the theory was that as his strength was failing, by stepping down from the Papacy the work would be carried on by a younger, presumably fitter, new Pope…(ahem).
    It didn’t happen!


  17. Mary Salmond says:

    Now I see why most progressives talked negative about Pope Benedict. He was orthodox, he was rooting out vermin and scandal, and he wasn’t easy. It’s clear now! Thanks, Kathleen.


  18. Crow says:

    Ok mmvc, I will pray for his soul. You and Kathleen are convincing.


  19. Crow says:

    Is there some clever researcher/investigator who could look into the Bella Dodd allegations? I am convinced in the truth of the paedophile ring as set out by Michael Rose, but I would assume that if Bella Dodd gave evidence, there would have been cross examination and a transcript. John Henry, do you know of anybody?


  20. johnhenrycn says:

    Crow: Dodd gave sworn testimony – which, as your question about cross examination reminds us, is not necessarily adjacent to the truth – before a congressional committee, but I’ve not found a link to a transcript of her testimony. There’s a New York Times article referring to her testimony:

    You have to subscribe to and pay for access to the full NYT article, but even so, the actual transcript of her testimony will take more digging than that. Regards.


  21. Mary Salmond says:

    Youtube belle dodd testimony. Time 1hr 46 min. It gives a bio. Then a voice of woman eho talks about communism, pill, family, conflict & division. The testimony is under Defeat Modernism.


  22. johnhenrycn says:

    Thank you, Mary S., for that useful suggestion of a link, albeit not a real link. However, I don’t think that YouTube includes (I just skipped around) anyone actually questioning (cross examining) Dodd on what she alleges. I happen to believe most everything she says; but that’s because she supports my long held suspicions and prejudices, not because she proves them.


  23. johnhenrycn says:

    But let’s put aside faggots and Commies until tomorrow and instead consider Supreme Court Justice Arthur Kennedy, abortion enabler (“At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life…”) who has just announced his retirement. I wish him well and shall pray for him on All Souls Day. This is another opportunity for Clown Trump to actually do immense good, like he did with Gorsuch.


  24. Crow says:

    Thank you both for that information- I believe it too, it is inherently believable that paedophiles would operate in a network using blackmail and favours, and the existence of the network as a setup by the Communists is becoming more believable to me as I read about the smearing of Pope Pius XII.


  25. Mary Salmond says:

    JH: I agree. But she does reveal all sorts of events that may not have been known at the time. I understand about lack of questioning for clarification.


  26. Mary Salmond says:

    Crow: and there is so much for me to learn yet about Pope Pius XII that I did not know. I’m wondering if the media was already giving the public their bias on catholicism.


  27. Crow says:

    Mary, it was more than bias. Read a book by Lieutenant Ion Pacepa, called ‘Disinformation ‘. Lt Pacepa was the head of the DIE, the Romanian KGB and was personally involved in a campaign to smear the name of Pope Pius XII. Kruschev orchestrated it through the KGB and they used agents in the media to carry it out. Pacepa talks of one journalist, Stone, who, after the KGB records were made public after the fall of Soviet communism, was revealed to be an agent with the code name, ‘Blin’.
    That is why the evidence of Bella Dodd I find quite credible.


  28. Mary Salmond says:

    Crow: thank you. I haven’t read anything on xii, but it looks like I’d better get started.


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