|Patron of Mortal Sinners|
Here is a link: http://www.chron.com/news/texas/article/Under-pressure-Boy-Scouts-may-ease-no-gays-policy-4230852.php It comes from the Houston Chronicle.
Now is the time to let your local Boy Scout group know what you think about this. Be courteous, but be firm. Simply tell them that your boy will not be permitted to be in a Scout troop that has a homosexual group leader in it. Don't be overly courteous. Act like a man, fathers, and act like lions, mothers, and let them know very clearly what you think about this. And don't leave it to the local leadership to necessarily bring your concerns to the national leadership. Get on the phone, on the email, or send a letter to the national leadership of the scouts, demanding - yes, demanding - that this madness be stopped forthwith.
Of course, this could be a smokescreen or an attempt by the homos to bully the Scouts, using embarrassment to push this through. This is at the moment uncertain. Regardless, it is time to act. Catholics, talk to your priests and Bishops and ask them to speak out. Non-Catholics, talk to your own religious leaders. Don't wait. Do it today.
And if some bewildered Scout bigwig starts giving you the "compassion" and "inclusion" rubbish, just ask him if he has noticed what has been happening in the Catholic Church in recent years, which has been suffering from an infestation of homosexuals into its priesthood unprecedented in its entire 2,000 year history. And what has been the result of that infestation? Ruined lives, shame and financial catastrophe. You might ask the Scout bigshots if that is what they wish to happen to the Boy Scouts.
Am I the only one who is sick unto death of this homosexual juggernaut? If you are as sick as I am then do something about it. Today.
A reminder: a great way to defeat devils is by prayer and fasting. St Joseph is the Terror of Demons, by the way, and since this is clearly a demonic situation we might ask St Joseph's help. Perhaps giving up that night out on the town would be nice, or skipping dessert for a few weeks. Prayer and effort, working together, is always a good combination.
Regarding talking to your priests: don't let them brush you off. Ask them politely but firmly, to say something not only from the pulpit, but publicly. Our Bishops are past masters at avoiding saying anything about anything, but they need to be given the opportunity, by you, to speak out.
The ball is in our court now.