Priest Who Burnt Gay Flag Gets Death and Rape Threats and is Driven from His Church

Diversity Macht Frei
September 24, 2018

This mad-sounding story is a good illustration of the sickness in the Catholic church under Anti-Pope Francis and before him.

A Chicago priest, Father Paul Kalchik, together with some his parishioners, burnt a gay rainbow flag in the street a few days ago.

Since then, he has received threats of rape and murder and his church has been vandalised. After that, the higher-ups in the Catholic church came for him.

Just hours ago, new Chicago Auxiliary Bishop Mark Bartosic arrived unannounced at Resurrection Parish on Chicago’s Northwest side and told Pastor Paul Kalchik that he had just minutes to get his belongings together and vacate the premises or the police would be called to arrest him for trespassing.

Fr. Kalchik was about to perform a wedding.

Soon after, Fr. Kalchik left for an undisclosed location, accompanied by his brother who had been visiting the parish.

Bp. Bartosic performed the wedding instead, hastily slipping out the door of the church only seconds after concluding the ceremony.

Fr. Kalchik had been ordered by Cardinal Cupich and the archdiocese to report for psychiatric counseling and perhaps confinement yesterday after controversy broke concerning the exorcism and burning of a “gay rainbow flag” on parish grounds last week.

The priest who burnt the gay flag had himself been raped by two priests when he was a boy.

The flag – a rainbow with a superimposed cross – had been unveiled above the altar by previous pastor Fr. Daniel Montalbano in 1991 to signal that the parish would be “gay friendly.” Later taken down, it was rediscovered only recently by Fr. Kalchik.

Fr. Montalbano, a confidant of Cardinal Bernardin, passed away in 1997 at the age of 50.

The “real cause” of Fr. Montalbano’s death was reported by Church Militant as “too sordid to be detailed on paper.”

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Here are the words of Father Kalchik, explaining why he did what he did.

As events have unfolded over the last month, we find the Church engulfed in a great battle. Many cardinals, bishops and even the Pope seem to be living double lives. They, at times, speak eloquently about the Faith and present themselves as men striving for holiness. But then the records show they are either living very sinful lives or have covered up for others who do so, leaving them to prey on more victims.

And also, when asked to speak about the abuse, they play it down; they are more concerned with global warming, migrant issues and fake homophobia than their real mission of saving souls. Thusly, many of the faithful have found themselves shaken, deeply disturbed, because the institutional Church has been revealed to be a sham. The Church is at war, but this war is anything but civil.

A week ago, I was threatened with removal of my faculties to serve as a priest by those in charge at the archdiocese. They told me in no uncertain terms that we could not burn a rainbow banner as it would be offensive to the gay community. 

A week ago, I was threatened with removal of my faculties to serve as a priest by those in charge at the archdiocese.

This does not scare me. Over the course of my life, I have been to Hell and back a couple times over. I recognize what is evil and have vowed to God to take steps to thwart that evil. God grants authority, and I follow my conscience, formed by His law. The gay banner superimposed over Our Lord’s Cross, a symbol of Our Lord’s Passion, had to go.

Instead of a public display, which had every chance of turning violent, based on many hate-filled profane phone calls, the banner was burned privately, with a small group of our regular adorers of the Blessed Sacrament assisting in cutting it to pieces. Then, a prayer of exorcism was said over this diabolic thing, and it was burnt in a blessed fire and reduced to ash.

Meanwhile, the Archbishop who revealed that Anti-Pope Francis had covered up sexual abuse in the church has now gone into hiding in fear for his life.

Even the German Establishment magazine Der Spiegel is turning against the Anti-Pope.

Thou Shalt Not Lie

Some of these topics are touched on in this interview with Henry Sire, author of Dictator Pope.

 

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