Adamus is the director of pastoral affairs in the diocese of Westminster and the pastoral adviser to the Archbishop of Westminster, apparently His Grace is distancing himself from Adamus' remarks, well as they used to say in Brum, "You have to take the smooth with the smooth with Vin". I am not criticising, an adviser is there to advise and after taking advice Bishops should make their own statements.
Adamus blamed Parliament for allowing the country to become "the geopolitical epicentre of the culture of death".
Here are some quotes:
"Whether we like it or not, as British citizens and residents of this country ... Britain, and in particular London, has been and is the geopolitical epicentre of the culture of death."Dull ol' Liberals like Ma "P" might go round suggesting that the default position in most parishes is quiet acquiescence to the status quo but I find it exhilarating that the diocese of Westminster employs people like Adamus, not every employee of the Bishop's of England and Wales is an Oona Stannard or a Greg Pope.
"...the most permissively anti-life and progressively anti-family and marriage, in essence one of the most anti-Catholic landscapes, culturally speaking – more even than those places where Catholics suffer open persecution."
The Church needs to "exhibit counter-cultural signals against the selfish, hedonistic wasteland that is the objectification of women for sexual gratification".
He said "permissive laws advancing the 'gay' agenda" were one example of how Britain had become such a "wasteland".