Leila Miller is a Catholic writer from Phoenix, Arizona.

Welcome to my new blog!

Welcome to my new blog!

Welp, here we go again! same old stuff (blogging), different space!! Today seemed like a good day to start, as I was recently sent to Facebook jail for being... um... offensive to defenders of LGBTQ stuff. I can't retrieve the now-deleted comment (deleted by Facebook, not by me) but it was the sort of thing I say routinely: Warning people off of the filth presented in the "gay-affirming" ministries that exist in far too many of our Catholic parishes. I was responding to a strange man's seemingly innocent question, but I realize now he probably turned me in for being a meanie. 

We are living through a very ugly season of exposing and rooting out the firmly-entrenched gay mafia in the Church among the hierarchy (another thing I've been writing about, incessantly, and don't plan to stop), and I will not apologize for connecting the dots. It's all connected, folks. All of it. And that includes other issues touching on marriage and divorce that have caused scandal in the Church and heartache among the faithful for decades. The tentacles are dark and deep and they have wrapped around virtually everything in our beautiful Church, defiling it. 

So back to the offending comment. As I have done a thousand times before (and will continue to do), I criticized the LGBTQ+ "bridge builder" Fr. James Martin and his horrible, subversive "ministry" to normalize homosexuality and transgenderism. If anyone doubts that this well-connected, celebrated priest is knee-deep in the whole mess and knows all about what goes on in the shadows (despite his "shock" of hearing about the open secrets of the homosexual predator, ex-cardinal "Uncle Ted" McCarrick), then I've got many bridges to sell you, not just build! Defenders of Martin, please feel free to try to defend this remarkable promotional graphic that is being used in conjunction with his upcoming talk in the UK:
 

 Yes, indeed. That is a little boy's hand walking across the "rainbow bridge" to meet the grown man's hand from the "Vatican" (Church) side of things. A bit  ill-timed, considering the homosexual predation scandals rife within the hierarchy right now, don't you think? Maybe we don't want to be "building this bridge," Fr. Martin? At least some of us don't.... 

Yes, indeed. That is a little boy's hand walking across the "rainbow bridge" to meet the grown man's hand from the "Vatican" (Church) side of things. A bit  ill-timed, considering the homosexual predation scandals rife within the hierarchy right now, don't you think? Maybe we don't want to be "building this bridge," Fr. Martin? At least some of us don't.... 

Anyway, after I told the male FB commenter that the "gay-affirming" ministries in our parishes are "filth" (<---- I believe that is the word that got me banned), I also recommended that he look into the truth of things by going to Joseph Sciambra's blog. Which I recommend to all of you, as well. 

After that, I was shut out of my Facebook account completely, for 24 hours (including Messenger, so I could not see, answer, or send private messages). When when my sentence was complete this morning, I came back to my pages to explain what had happened. Immediately, my (non-obsence, completely factual) posts were rejected. I was given another warning and suspended from posting or commenting for two more hours. I'm able to post again now, but I'm sure I'm being kept on a very short leash by my FB betters. 

It's not the first time I have been in "Facebook jail" due to my violation of "community standards"-- It happened six years ago as well:

The Shockingly Offensive Statement That Got My FB Account Shut Down (2012)

So, that's my introduction to my new blog! Ha! I hope to be back here often, where the FB gods/devils cannot (yet?) touch me.... lol. 

Stay strong, friends! There's a lot of cleaning out and cleaning up to do with regard to the mess that has been made in the Church. A mess that has been allowed to fester and grow and infest the Body of Christ. Lord, have mercy. 

The sin of "power"?

The sin of "power"?