The Dominican Order is under the control of Homosexuals

Posted June 10, 2017 7:09 pm by Barona

The Dominican Order is under the control of Homosexuals



Having introduced the Homo-Jesuits, we turn our attention to the Homo-Dominicans. This centuries old Order has long been known to have been infiltrated by homosexuals. In fact, seminaries have been closed in the United States due to rampant homosexuality. I place before readers three quotes by prominent Homo-Dominicans. It should also be noted that neither of these men were ever disciplined, relieved of their pastoral duties, suspended etc.

Richard Woods, an American, has led a career as a prominent academic with appointments in the United States and the United Kingdom (Oxford). He has played a prominent role in “queering” the Church in the United States.

Gareth Moore, an Englishman, notwithstanding his militant support of sodomy was elected Prior of a Belgian Priory. Moore, now deceased,  was intimately connected with the once bastion of orthodoxy and scholarly work: Blackfriars. Such is power of the homosexual juggernaut and takeover of the clergy. 

Adriano Oliva, a leading Dominican theologian, argues that if a person has same-sex attraction, then it comes from the soul, not the body. For this same person, Oliva argues, homosexual acts are inherently good. Oliva is also a prominent member of the Leonine Commission. This informs us that homosexuals and homosexualists control the Dominican Order at the very highest international levels. It also tells us that these same Homo-Dominicans are defended and supported by Homo-Romans in the Vatican.  



“Fr”. Richard Woods O.P. “Another Kind of Love”. 

Nor should all homosexual behaviour be indiscriminately condemned in advance as invariably and gravely sinful without much further and more careful study of scripture as well as the many varieties of homosexual experience, attitudes, and activities.” (p. 14).





“Fr.” Gareth Moore O.P. “A Question of truth: Christianity and Homosexuality”

“If we summarize the results of our investigation, the conclusions are simple to state and substantiate the thesis put forward in the preface: if we look for cogent biblical or natural-law arguments against homosexual relationships and acts in general, we will not find them: there aren’t any. There are plenty which look faithful to Scripture and compelling in their logic, but none which actually are (p. 282)




“Fr”. Adriano Oliva  O.P. “Love: A supportive reading of Aquinas”. 

We want to offer new answers to the questions posed today by the pastoral care of homosexual persons. The present study, which may appear anachronistic in style, is intended to show that a welcome change from the Magisterium concerning homosexuality and the exercise of sexuality by homosexual couples not only corresponds to current anthropological, theological and exegetical research, but also to the development of an especially Thomistic theological tradition. (link



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