Saturday, August 05, 2017

Gay Bullying

In Brighton today is 'Pride Day' and it looks as if it is going to rain on the various civic parties tonight.

I just met a young man Muslim who works for Sainsbury's, he was very upset because he was forced to wear one of these tee shirts. He didn't protest he wants to work.

The National Trust has been forced to lay off of bullying its volunteers, maybe our retailers might follow suit.

I tend to listen to a lot of BBC's Radio 4. I feel bullied, recently, every day there has been at least one programme glorying in homosexuality, one is actually called 'Gay Britannia'. Perhaps it is English sexual prurience but homosexuality seems more prominent even than heterosexuality on the BBC. It is surprising since only 2% of people self identified as homosexuals in the last census, perhaps in the artistic 'community' the figure is much higher than the national average but I wish they would just get on with their lives - quietly, like everyone else.


Et Expecto said...

It is eve worse on the World Service. Almost wall to wall aberosexual promotion.

HPE said...

Father, I too listen to BBC Radio 4 often, but yesterday, I nearly picked the radio up to throw it across the room! I too, am sick to death with all this constant talk about homosexuality. The BBC seem to be forcing it down our throats at present and to think we are paying to listen to all this!

Simple Simon said...

Fr Ray , if you were an orthodox Catholic priest assigned to a ‘Gay Friendly’ parish, you would find yourself feeling bullied not only day after day, but night after night. You would notice that the Rainbow on the Parish Welcome Board was bigger than the Cross. You would be expected to celebrate Mass with Rainbow Vestments. Your gay-friendly Parish Priest would label you a prehistoric monster and advise you that the kind of ‘dialogue’ you wanted to enable on issues of sexual morality was non PC non PF. The only kind of dialogue required was one which accentuated the positive aspects of homosexual lifestyle. Such is the state of the Church today. The ‘Catholics for Gay Lifestyle’clergy juggernaut has now come out. And intends to broke no opposition. It is no coincidence that Cardinals Bishops and Priests who are now openly promoting homosexual lifestyle are also the ones who are ok with divorce for Catholics. Co-habiting likewise receives their blessing. No word of authority from Pope Francis to correct the errant and strengthen the brethren in the true faith. Am I to believe then that these Cardinals Bishops and Priests who promote gay lifestyle are clerics in good standing?

nickbris said...

They all seem to be after the "Pink Pound",it used to be called Renting.

Nicolas Bellord said...

Just for the record the broadcast on Radio 3 yesterday of the Transfiguration service in St Petersburg also included the sermon in English promoting the message of the Transfiguration. I wonder how that got past the BBC mandarins!

Nicolas Bellord said...

Is not pride the first of the seven deadly sins from which all other sins arise?

St John Paul II in his retreat diaries refers to the triple concupiscence in 1 John 2:16:

" For all that is in the world, is the concupiscence of the flesh, and the concupiscence of the eyes, and the pride of life, which is not of the Father, but is of the world."

Seems to fit these marches rather well.

Chris from London England said...

The pro-homosexual Priest Fr Dominic Howarth of Brentwood diocese is one of these such Priests. Who personally invited the appalling Fr Timothy Radcliffe to the Flame Children's Conference, who is bizarrely despite of his homosexualist views head of youth ministry for Brentwood and this is his latest of his list of many pro-homosexual propaganda proclamations which no doubt he will go unpunished for in Brentwood diocese. Is there any prelate in the UK left that will stand up to this?

Palincor IG said...

Is it normal for a supermarket to dictate sexual beliefs to it's employees?

There is no normality these days.