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By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 13, 2005

Jeff Miller passes on an invitation to Meet the Jesuits.

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  • Posted by: Ignacio177 - Oct. 14, 2005 1:36 PM ET USA

    Egan is corrupt. He was passed off as a guru to young Jesuit students studying philosophy. The university president is trying to fix the damage at GU but the whole weight of bureaucracy and corrupt men in high places is against him.

  • Posted by: Fr. William - Oct. 13, 2005 3:14 PM ET USA

    Can't anyone shut down such whackiness at Gonzaga U., a Cathollic school? I mean, the title of the group alone, "Helping Educate Regarding Orientation (HERO): A gay/straight alliance," tells us that this an indoctrination program into fully embracing the gay lifestyle -- where "Father" Egan, by his own words, has already rejected the Church. Egan has embraced the gay doctrine & "espouses" it, including declaring that sodomy is morally good. He needs to be removed from all public interaction.

  • Posted by: - Oct. 13, 2005 11:51 AM ET USA

    Fr. Egan: "There are many people, intelligent and morally outstanding people, who believe that same-sex love is natural and good for gay persons and that the official teaching is erroneous and harmful, and that teaching it is oppressive and objectively sinful." Church teaching is "erroneous and harmful and...objectively sinful." And this is from a Catholic priest...? Oh, he's a Jesuit...? That explains it...unfortunately.

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