In the wake of the unjust and tragic killing of George Floyd, the country is at a boiling point. A perfect opportunity for Archbishop Wilton Gregory to virtue signal to his progressive friends against President Trump’s appearance at the John Paul II shrine in Washington, DC. But what about Gregory’s own conduct? What about his political associations with the pro-abortion Left? Where was his outrage then? And why is he so cozy with the homosexual subculture in the Church?
- The FBI’s New U.S. Terrorist Threat: ‘Black Identity Extremists’ (Foreign Policy)
- George Floyd’s Girlfriend Says Riots Would ‘Devastate’ Him, Calls for Peace (Newsweek)
- As America sees another night of protests and curfews, families of those killed plea for no more violence (CNN)
- President Trump Visits St. John Paul II National Shrine (CSPAN – Video)
- Archdiocese of Washington/Archbishop Gregory Statement on Presidential Visit to JPII Shrine (PDF)
- JPII shrine says Trump visit long scheduled, while Archbishop Gregory opposes visit
- Why Faithful Catholics Should Reject Wilton Gregory as Archbishop of Washington, D.C.
- DC archbishop offers funeral Mass for pro-abortion Cokie Roberts; Pelosi gives eulogy (LifeSite)
- Archbishop Gregory’s Roommate: Auxiliary Bishop Mario Dorsonville was one of McCarrick’s protectors. (American Spectator)
- US priest who acts as ‘spiritual guide’ for sex abuse victims photographed attending drag show (Lifesite)
- Cached Link on Fortunate & Faithful Families from Faithful Shepherds (Original Page not Working)
- Mike Lukovich Wilton Gregory Cartoon: “Vow of Poverty” (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
- About Richard Sipe (awrsipe.com)
- Sexual Orientation & American Roman Catholic Bishops (awrsipe.com)
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