“All are welcome” has become the buzz phrase (and to some extent, the theme song), for so-called “gay friendly” Catholic parishes where one need never fear being held to account to the moral law.
In spite of whatever frustrations one may feel about Michael Voris’ hands-off the pope policy, the video below is worth watching. It goes to show that… are you ready… “all” doesn’t really mean all, and faithful Catholics need not apply.
Toward the end, Michael interviews a young man that should move you to pity. Here he is coming to a Catholic-parish-in-good-standing in the Archdiocese of New York only to be fed stones instead of the bread he deserves. Woe to those who decided that his soul isn’t worth the trouble.
With this in mind, and in spite of the seriousness of this problem, I thought a little truth in advertising may be in order for the various “gay friendly” parishes that dot the landscape, to which end I suggest they consider adopting the following version of “All Are Welcome” as their parish theme song.