AmChurch and the
While it is true that the floodgates of homosexuality in AmChurch were
opened ever wider after the Second Vatican Council and the pontificate of
Pope Paul VI, the moral rot had taken root decades, even centuries, before.
This volume opens with a historical review of the role of Americanism
in the Catholic Church in America and how this heresy provided the foundation
for the establishment of AmChurch and its ultimate corruption and
takeover by the Homosexual Collective.
Chapter 11 follows up with an in-depth look at the rise of the Homosexual
Collective within AmChurch, most especially the role played by its
dual bureaucracy, the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB)
and the U.S. Catholic Conference (USCC). On July 1, 2001, the bicameral
NCCB/USCC was merged into a single entity, the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Chapter 12 is a tale of intergenerational homosexuality in AmChurch
during the first half of the 20th century. It highlights the lives of three
prominent homosexual prelates, Cardinal William O’Connell of Boston,
Cardinal Francis Spellman of New York, and Bishop (later Cardinal) John
Wright of Worcester and their heirs in AmChurch through the next two
It is no coincidence that the earliest pederast/homosexual scandals in
AmChurch occurred in the greater Boston area where Cardinals O’Connell,
Spellman and Wright once plied their vice. These three prelates produced
an entire contingent of homosexual bishops and cardinals, some of whom
continue to hold positions of power in the American hierarchy today.