The Novus Ordo Sect doing what it does best…
Nuns On the Bus versus Nuns Under the Bus
Simone Campbell – can’t you tell she’s a nun?
The Novus Ordo Sect is so predictable. You may have already heard about the case of Sr. Jane Dominic Laurel, who, on March 21, 2014, denounced divorce and homosexuality at a talk she was giving at a “Catholic” (i.e. Novus Ordo) high school in Charlotte, North Carolina. (This was the same day, incidentally, on which “Pope” Francis was holding hands with a homo supporter “priest” in Rome — see here.) As you can probably imagine, infuriated students and their parents contacted the diocese to complain about the “insensitive” and “controversial” speaker, who was just restating what is even Novus Ordo doctrine.
But now the results are in: No doubt emboldened by “Who-am-I-to-Judge?”-Francis, the “Bishop” of Charlotte, the Least Rev. Peter Joseph Jugis, appointed to his post by “Pope” John Paul II in 2003, has decided to throw Sr. Jane under the bus and side with the parents — of course.
Here are some relevant articles on the matter:
- “Sister Jane Tells It Like It Is” (The American Catholic)
- “Angry Parents condemn Charlotte Catholic Student Assembly on Sexuality” (Catholic News Herald)
- “Profiles in Cowardice” (The American Catholic)
The same spineless Modernist “Bishop” Jugis who has now thrown Sr. Jane under the bus, was deafeningly silent when it came to the “Nuns On the Bus”, that network of apostate masculine women in plain clothes who consider themselves “nuns” in the Vatican II Church, who visited Charlotte in June of 2013 to spread their liberal-Modernist poison in his diocese.
In fact, Jugis himself had been invited to the Nuns on the Bus’ rally, but didn’t attend, citing merely a “scheduling conflict” as the reason, while stating, via his spokesman, that he agrees with the apostate nuns on the matter of immigration reform (see here).
Charlotte and Nuns On the Bus had been in the news before, when Sr. Simone Campbell, the head organizer of the apostate network, spoke at the abortion-worshipping Democratic National Convention in 2012. The same “Bp.” Jugis, who is now so “bravely” moving against the truth-speaking Sr. Jane Laurel, was then likewise curiously absent as far as denouncing Campbell or the Convention. In fact, he even explicitly permitted “Cardinal” Timothy Dolan to enter his diocese to pray at the Democrats’ conference.
So when it comes to open apostates attacking the Faith in his diocese, the local “bishop” of Charlotte is either silent or supportive, but when a nun who’s trying to be Catholic speaks the truth about homosexuality and divorce at a (supposedly) Catholic institution, this “courageous” pseudo-bishop throws her right under the bus.
Welcome to the New Church, everyone.
A good rule of thumb: If you’re not on the bus, you might find yourself under it before long.
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