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Ep. 40 – Joseph Sciambra

Guest: Joseph Sciambra, former gay man turned author, speaker, and Catholic evangelist.

Description: From promotion of the LGBT agenda at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress to the rise of transgenderism to the controversies surrounding Milo Yiannopoulos to the dark reality of homosexual clergy, this wide-ranging interview runs long for a 1P5 podcast at nearly two hours, but a lot of ground is covered that will make it well worth your time.

NOTE:  While we take care not to be too graphic, some listeners may find certain topics discussed in this podcast disturbing; some are inappropriate for children. Listener discretion is advised.


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6 thoughts on “Ep. 40 – Joseph Sciambra”

  1. Thanks for the interview, men.

    The story of St. Maria Goretti is the benchmark for all of this kind of discussion, in my opinion. Goretti was twelve when she fought off, to the point of her own death, an older sexual predator. The Church teaches that the age of reason is reached at eight years old. St. John Bosco saw a vision of some of his young students condemned to Hell (presumably were they to die in their current state at that moment in time).

    Amoris Laetitia is causing a slackening in sexual morality generally at the very time we need to run a tight ship (which is always). Jesus’ words below come to mind.

    But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea.

    Matthew 18:6
    Douay-Rheims Bible

    • Thank you so much for this wonderful, insightful and yes, scary podcast, Steve! May God bless you Joseph for your continued faithfulness, vigilance, and hard fought determination to help save souls! Your reward in Heaven will be great no doubt!

      Joseph referred to 3 places (L.A., San Fran. and New York) where the homosexual lifestyle is celebrated by many Parishes, but don’t forget about Chicago. Here, we had gay friendly Parishes distributing glitter for ashes on Ash Wednesday. Cardinal Cupich is over the top accepting of this community and their lifestyle, which will precipitate this problem by leaps and bounds.

    • Yes thanks for the note. that scripture was what came to my mind too when this pope started screwing up everything especially sexual matters. Little ones are christians whose faith is small. Honestly I as a dad of 13 wouldn’t allow this vicar of Christ (Holy Father?) to speak to my family at all. I know it sounds unloving, but I wouldn’t allow him in my home.

  2. Very interesting podcast. I have read Joseph Sciambra’s book and will say that, based on my personal though now-past experience of many years, he does truthfully explain many aspects of the “gay (male) community” that you really can’t learn without long, close friendships and personal and/or professional association.
    There’s much I could say about this talk but just listening to it required half the morning! It was time well spent. Kudos especially to Steve Skojec for persistently raising the ‘intentionality’ question re/ clerics and what Sciambra sees as their “cluelessness.” This was the only part of the conversation in which I was surprised by Joseph Sciambra’s evident naïveté.
    Thanks, both brothers-in-Christ, for a podcast many could benefit much from hearing!


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