VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: "The Homosexual Conspiracy against the Catholic Church" ~ Part One
Posted June 13, 2017 11:28 pm by Barona
“The Homosexual Conspiracy against the Catholic Church” – a prophetic lecture by Fr. John O’Connor. Witness is pleased to present to our viewers the entire lecture given by this great priest.
Fr. O’Connor went to his eternal reward in 2005, having been expelled from the homosexual-infiltrated Dominicans, and having his faculties removed by these same evil men. An appeal to Rome was of no effect, as homosexual influence on Vatican Hill protected Fr. O’Connor persecutors.
However, these homosexual infiltrators cannot hide for ever. Fr. O’Connor’s powerful lecture given nearly thirty years ago is even more relevant and contemporary given that so many predictions (indeed prophecies) made by Fr. O’Connor have come to pass.
The most fearful predictions were that militant homosexuals were sowing confusion to have homosexuality accepted within the Church as a pastoral option (the so-called “gay affirmative” dissident groups and churchmen seeking to water down and effectively change Catholic teaching); as well as the targeting of the young with homosexual propaganda in schools and in the media. All of these have come to pass.
With the upcoming “Gay Pride Week” and then “Gay Pride Parade”, here in Toronto and other major cities, it is even more important that viewers know exactly what “homosex” is; especially as homosexuals do not wish the public to know what they do with each other. Fr. O’Connor dismisses the nonsense and abstractions of “human rights” to discuss in detail what really happens between homosexuals.
The next time you hear about a “gay pride parade” or see the Rainbow flag at a Catholic school, or hear a priest droning on about “LGBT”, after watching this series you will be able to consider the reasons why these men are incontinent, why they are riddled with disease.
Witness will be uploading Fr. O’Connor’s lecture in sections to ourYoutube channel, dividing the lecture into thematic segments.
Please do not forget to offer a prayer for the repose of Fr. O’Connor’s soul.