Another unfortunate event in the tightening of the chains around traditionally Catholic communities, a German priest in the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter was ejected from his diocese and into another country for publicly opposing homosexuality, the trans agenda, and the regime-approved pandemic narrative in a Sunday bulletin. From LifeSite News:
Fr. Michael Ramm FSSP, a member of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, was responsible for the faithful in the Ruhr area, the largest urban area in Germany. He had permission to celebrate two Masses each Sunday at St. Michael Catholic Church in Recklinghausen, as well as one Mass each Thursday at a different church.
On August 24, three representatives of the parish council sent a letter — obtained by LifeSiteNews — to the vicar general of the Diocese of Münster, Fr. Klaus Winterkamp, as well as to Bishop Rolf Lohmann, the auxiliary bishop in charge of the western part of the diocese.
The representatives of the parish council called Ramm’s questions “deliberate false statements and conspiracy myths.” In an apparent reference to people practicing homosexuality or being confused about their gender, they said that “groups of people are discriminated against that we as a community would like to encounter openly.”
The letter to the Diocese of Münster lamented that people entering the church might see Ramm’s monthly bulletin and be offended…
So there you have it, folks. Offend somebody and you’re out of the diocese. That goes for Dijon, France it goes for Costa Rica, it goes for the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, and it goes for the Ruhr, in Germany.
Always watchful, “wise as serpents,” Catholics should find out who their true friends are.
Pray for this priest, and pray for the Church.
Saint Thomas Beckett, ora pro nobis!