Approves of what they do, just not what they call it…
“Bishop” Bonnemain endorses “Equal Marriage Rights” for Sodomites, just wants different Label
This took place about two months ago, but it has lost none of its relevance:
Mr. Joseph Bonnemain, the Spanish-born Opus Dei member currently pretending to be the Roman Catholic bishop of Chur, Switzerland, has gone on record in a televised talk show that he has no problem with homosexuals “getting married” civilly. He would simply prefer that it be called something else.
The broadcast aired roughly a month before Swiss citizens voted on whether to make a same-sex parody of matrimony legal in the Alpine nation.… READ MORE
Talk about useless commands…
Swiss Novus Ordo Bishop: “A church in which the priests give the commands, is embarrassing, infertile, and useless!”
Mr. Joseph Bonnemain is one of the latest additions to the Bergoglian bunch of Novus Ordo bishops. A member of Opus Dei, the 73-year-old was made a “bishop” only earlier this year and now heads the diocese of Chur in eastern Switzerland. This diocese was formerly led by “Bp.” Vitus Huonder, who is now with the Lefebvrists.
As we showed in a prior post, Bonnemain is a man after “Pope” Francis’ heart:
The fact that the new “bishop” in Chur has no problem giving “Holy Communion” to known Protestants, blessing sodomite couples, or promoting case-by-case situation ethics, gives a glimpse as to what must be going on behind his forehead, and it’s not Catholicism.… READ MORE
Handpicked by the Frankster!
Meet the new “Bishop” of Chur, Switzerland:
Joseph Marie Bonnemain
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the new “bishop” of Chur, Switzerland: Mr. Joseph Marie Bonnemain, O.D. Yes, the 72-year-old is a member of Opus Dei and, although he will be required by church law to tender his resignation in less than two-and-a-half years, when he turns 75, nonetheless “Pope” Francis insisted on having him ordained a bishop and installed in Chur, which occurred on Mar. 19, 2021.
The Vatican’s chief ecumenist, “Cardinal” Kurt Koch, was the main consecrator at the ordination ceremony, which we can say with moral certainty was invalid.… READ MORE