Sunday, March 20, 2005

Is the National Catholic Reporter a Catholic Paper or a Gay Publication?

Is the National Catholic Reporter a Catholic Paper or a Gay Publication?

As a “Catholic” judge in California proclaimed that same-sex marriages are legal, someone emailed me an old article from January 31, 2003. The person who emailed the piece didn’t say if the pro-gay “Catholic” judge read the pro-gay National Catholic Reporter.

The NCR, the most respected liberal Catholic newspaper in the United States on January 31, 2003, claimed in the article that Los Angeles Cardinal Roger M. Mahony would be the next Cardinal Bernard Law.

The paper said the “scandal’s epicenter seems poised to shift from Boston to California, to use The Christian Science Monitor’s phrase, there’s some evidence the national media’s attention will do the same.”

The newspaper even quoted an attorney who said the Catholic hierarchy is “monstrous.“

“What I’ve learned in the past 12 months,” continued [lawyers John] Manly, “is that any illusion I’ve had about this being 1 or 2 percent of priests in the U.S. has been shattered. This is clearly a national problem. Spiritually and emotionally, it’s monstrous, proportions I never dreamed about. And in terms of dealing with the church I’ve learned there is nothing the hierarchy won’t engage in to prevent the faithful learning the truth -- the extent of it. “All this talk about we’re sorry for the victims and we care. It’s just words,” said Manly. “All these folks have run out and set up these victims’ hot lines and then they secretly staff them with attorneys. It’s duplicitous -- they’ve learned nothing.”

What the paper failed to report is that it itself and one of its main supporters were just as “duplicitous.”
Fr. Richard McBrien and the NCR had their own cover-up according to the January 29, 2004 The Observer online, an independent newspaper serving Notre Dame:

" In the Jan. 27 Observer article "Campus, Seminary Reacts to Priest Scandal, ‘Fr. Richard McBrien asserts that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' audit of its program for preventing sexual abuse by priests ‘could have been prevented if the Church has responded properly when allegations began coming to light over 25 years ago.’

According to McBrien, "some ... dioceses were not as forthcoming - and still are not - as they should be.’"
However, it appears that McBrien might not be an appropriate person to call for “the pope [to] hold responsible those bishops "who knowingly transferred sexually abusive clergy" and accept or call for resignations "where appropriate." According to The Observer:

"Given his current sanctimonious condemnation of the Church regarding clergy sexual abuse, one might assume McBrien, to use his words, "responded properly" when [Fr. James] Burtchaell's [homosexual] sexual misconduct was brought to his attention. To the contrary, McBrien concealed Burtchaell's conduct; he did not discipline him or remove him from contact with students. In short, McBrien continued to put Notre Dame students at risk of a known sexual predator." "Although McBrien had knowledge of [the former National Catholic Reporter contributor] Burtchaell's crimes as early as 1989, Burtchaell's sexual abuse of Notre Dame students was not made public until late 1991. When asked about Burtchaell's serial sexual abuse of students after concealing knowledge thereof for more than two years, McBrien refused to "comment on the matter." See National Catholic Reporter (Dec. 6, 1991)."
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Apparently, National Catholic Reporter and McBrien needed to investigate themselves to see if they "responded properly" when sexual misconduct was brought to their attention.

But as we know the NCR and McBrien never investigated themselves. Nor did the national media investigate Mahony or the NCR and McBrien.

The reason for this is because the pro-gay Mahony and McBrien are constant cover boys for the National Catholic Reporter. The explanation for the non-investigation is simple. The NCR is not a Catholic paper, but a gay publication that protects it's own.

On February 20,2004, the National Catholic Reporter made it official when it publicly dissented from definitive Catholic teaching by endorsing homosexual marriage. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered…[and] under no circumstances can they be approved.”
The “Catholic” lay operated national newsweekly said, "The ruling by the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts allowing same-sex civil marriage is a beneficial step along the path of human understanding and human rights."

But, how does this explain the national media not investigating Mahony or the NCR and McBrien? Again, the explanation is simple. The national media is a giant collection of gay publications that follow the top national gay newspaper‘s agenda.

Ex-CBS insider Bernard Goldberg in his book "Bias" Goldberg said, "The problem is that so many TV journalists simply don’t know how to think about certain issues until the New York Times and the Washington Post tell them what to think. Those big, important newspapers set the agenda that network news people follow."

The gay movement appears to set the agenda for the New York Time, which sets the agenda for the rest of the media. NewsMax ran an article about Accuracy in Media’s Reed Irving’s inquiry into the NY Times bias. Irving said Richard Berke, a national political correspondent for the Times, spoke at a gathering of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. Irvine says that Berke assured the homosexual group that the Times would remain very receptive to the gay agenda because "three-fourths of those who regularly attend the daily meetings that determine what will be on the front page of the Times the next morning are ‘not-so-closeted’ homosexuals."

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