"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Sunday, July 8, 2018

NOVUS ORDO: Bishop Embraces Pseudo-Married Gay Priest

NOVUS ORDO: Bishop Embraces Pseudo-Married Gay Priest

Bishop Giuseppe Zenti of Verona, Italy, spoke after the Rosary on July 5 in the parish of Selva di Progno whose priest Giuliano Costalunga ran off in order to pseudo-marry a Spanish man. Costalunga was present in the church.

Bishop Zenti pointed out that Costalunga was an unfaithful priest who absented himself often for long periods of time without letting anybody know where he was. Only when the bishop cut off his stipend, he announced his intention to enter a gay pseudo-marriage.

The bishop also told the faithful that Costalunga lied when confronted with rumours that a certain Pablo who lived with him in the presbytery, was his lover and threatened the bishop with a civil lawsuit for “diffamation”.

The bishop went on claiming that “I have no right to judge” [but why then does Pope Francis judge all the time?]. However, Zenti defended marriage and clarified that a gay pseudo-marriage is not according to the will of God.

But he destroyed everything he said, when at the end of his homily, he addressed Costalunga with the words, “Go your way, freely.”

After the service, surrounded by journalists and TV cameras, Bischof Zenti embraced his deceitful ex-priest.

Church Revolution in Pictures

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Bishop Zenti receives married homo priest

Italian Bishop embraces ‘married’ homo priest

Above, you see Bishop Giuseppe Zenti of Verona embracing Fr. Giuliano Costalunga, parish priest of Selva di Progno upon his return to his parish.

Indeed, Costalunga, who is a confessed homosexual, is coming back from a trip to the Canary Islands, where he "married" his lover Pablo on April 28, 2018.

The priest left his parish without the permission of the Bishop. Later, in a sermon Bishop Zenti delivered to the faithful of Selva di Progno, he made a few critical remarks and then affirmed that Fr. Giuliano "is still a priest, he did not ask to leave the priesthood."

After receiving Costalunga back, Zelti told him: "Go freely on your own way," as reported by Gloria.TV.

Below,, some photos from the "wedding" ceremony video – we have spared our readers some repugnant kisses and other disgusting manifestations of anti-natural affection.

Marriage of Fr. Giuliano Costalunga with Pablo 1 Marriage of Fr. Giuliano Costalunga with Pablo 1
Photos from Gloria.TV, Verona Sette Giorni & the "wedding" video