Grindr Gen Sec of USCCB is from La Crosse Diocese: the freak show vs Father Altman

Hey! Just a guess! But I think you will soon see dozens of new interviews with the great Father James Altman who will be able to speak to all this with alacrity, as he is a member of the same diocese as this guy. Oh my. Let the fireworks begin. More power to Father Altman, the power of being a member of the Little Flock of Jesus, on one who has reverence for Jesus and His dear Immaculate Mother. I mean contrast that with the Monsignor Grindr pictured above. Fine. Excuse me. They are just allegations. So, nothing, right? If you want full context for what you’ll be seeing with Father Altman, read the Pillar investigation:


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5 responses to “Grindr Gen Sec of USCCB is from La Crosse Diocese: the freak show vs Father Altman

  1. Rory O'Callaghan

    What an extraordinary article, and quite depressing. Thanks for sharing it George.

  2. Gina Nakagawa

    The great Chinese curse is “May you live in interesting times.” These times are nothing if not interesting. Christ told us not to be dismayed. It will all come right in the end. However in the meantime…whew!

  3. nancyv

    Praying for all priests. You are all suspect. (just as I am) In this great debacle, I know God is working His glory. Just this morning I was asking my husband about yesterday’s 1st reading “Why did God make pharaoh’s heart hard against the People of Israel?” Richard’s answer was “For God’s glory”. I don’t understand it quite, but I don’t have to, just to believe.
    I pray for dear Fr. Altman’s continued courage and for all priests to be good shepherds. (p.s. I hope you are still sort of resting)

  4. Dianna

    How truly sad and sickening. It is apalling that this man had no sense of morality, continued his duties in the Church without blinking an eye. Did he hear his own confession? Just read an article about former priest Lavigne’s deathbed confession of murdering a 13yr old altar boy from 1972. How very sick. Yet, for Fr Altman, a true man of God – he pays a horrible price for being honorable. That’s a title most cannot attain. Where is honor among the clergy? When did the men we trust for guidance lose it? I pray over and over for all the Fr Altmans out there. Stuffed down for being honorable and true….

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