Cardinal Dinardo, like Francis’ latest statements homosexuals should not become Priests and Religious in the Catholic Church suffering as homosexual from a disqualifying psycho-sexual mental illness, attempted to ” just change the channel” from secular media expose of Dinardo and Francis in cover up enabling of clerical child sexual assault. Dinardo calling for national gun control legislation sought to “just change the channel” from an enveloping feeding frenzy by secular media (NBC Nikki Baptista expose Frs. Brinkmen and Keller as “credibly accused” of child sexual assault allowed to continue in public ministry around child by Bishop Dinardo) on Cardinal Dinardo himself as “questionable leadership” as President of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops in formatting legislation to end clerical child sexual assault due to Dinardo’s criminal conflict of interest. Dinardo is personally and criminally culpable in cover up enabling of clerical sexual assault of children as Bishop of Sioux City and Galveston/Houston. Dinardo sought to just change the channel by a disingenuous plea for national gun control legislation in the wake of Dinardo’s hypocritical, failed, torpedoed by Francis via Wuerl and Cupich, US Conference of Catholic Bishops legislation to control clerical child rapists fueled by the predominantly homosexual bishops cover up enabling.
For his own self centered PR ends, Cardinal Dinardo, used the brutal attempted sex assault murder of a mother of three who told her murderer “In the name of God, No!” to extol himself as President of the US Conference of Bishops in a ploy to deflect continued bad press over Dinardo’s child sexual assault cover up enabling. Dinardo has always and only absorbed himself in his self promotion as a “Prince of the Church” Cardinal Archbishop with iron aspirations to become Pope. Dinardo sought to use the Cardinal “Uncle Ted” McCarrick” scandal, attempting to replace Francis by passive aggressively militating for Francis’ “resignation” by USCCB legislation directed at Pope Francis over McCarrick. The legislation was torpedoed therefore by Francis’ US Cardinal Bishop agents Wuerl and Cupich in a de facto coup d’etate removing Dinardo de facto as President of the USCCB. Francis (a Jesuit) followed up via America Magazine (Jesuit publication highly supportive of Francis) in an article questioning Dinardo’s credibility to lead further the USCCB due to Dinardo’s manifest criminal culpability in cover up enabling in the Fr. Manuel de la Rosa Lopez investigation by the Montgomery County DA and Texas Rangers.
As investigation hits home diocese, can Cardinal DiNardo continue to lead on the abuse crisis?
Cardinal Dinardo as a PC pragmatist in his PR ploy pleading for national gun control legislation, as with child victims of clerical sexual assault of Fr. Manual de la Rosa Lopez, completely eclipses the victim and the perpetrator’s actions to use the attempted sexual assault murder of a mother of three children, as a secular media PR bonanza to highlight himself to the secular press as an ally for national gun control in a desperate attempt to just change the channel from feeding frenzy by secular media as “questionable leadership” of the USCCB. Dinardo and Francis in narcissistic self defense of their delusional self projections of an idealized self image, are without true compassion, oblivious to victims, (as are all the bishops of the US Conference with very few exceptions) seeing themselves first, foremost, and only as the real victims of media lies and persecution, in civil suits, and now police raids as opposed to cover up enabling the victims’ perpetrators of shattering sex crimes. Dinardo must resign, or more properly be removed from all office in the Church for his many crimes. Francis cannot resign as Pope, because as Apostate, Francis was never and is not Pope.
Top US cardinal pushes gun control, ignores murder victim’s possible martyrdom
November 26, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – In a letter reeking of liberal political opportunism while displaying barely a whiff of pastoral vision or care, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) head Cardinal Daniel DiNardo ignored the most crucial points about the murder of Jamie Schmidt last week at Catholic Supply store in Missouri.
While offering his condolences to Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis over the murder of a member of his diocese, DiNardo talked only about the need to curb gun violence, saying nothing about the circumstances of Mrs. Schmidt’s killing, and ignoring the heroic nature of her death which some have hailed as martyrdom to preserve sexual purity.
“This senseless attack is a painful reminder of how gun violence can tragically alter the lives of those so precious to us,” wrote Cardinal DiNardo. “The Bishops have continually expressed support for reducing gun violence as it reflects the church’s moral teaching on respect for human life at all stages. It is essential for us to be engaged in efforts that help build a culture of life.”
But as a lesson regarding building “a culture of life,” DiNardo failed to acknowledge that a culture of life is precisely what Jaime Schmidt laid down her life to protect and defend.
“The recent tragedy at Mercy Hospital in Chicago is further evidence of the devaluation of human life in our culture,” added the USCCB head.
Jamie Schmidt, killed because she resisted her attacker’s demands to commit a sexually immoral act, stands as a rebuke to “the devaluation of human life in our culture” of which Cardinal DiNardo speaks. She displayed for the entire world how much she valued the dignity of human life and the human person while at the same time illustrating how much contempt the forces of this world have for Church teaching on sexuality.
While the killer did indeed use a gun to threaten and commit murder, the underlying cause of the murder was sexual sin against three women, and the brilliant light beaming forth from the event is Jamie Schmidt’s heroic resistance.
Last week, writing for LifeSiteNews, Fr. Brian W. Harrison asked, Will this be the first American-born woman martyr?
A stocky, middle-aged man walked in and noted that only three people were in the store — all women. Two were store workers, one fiftyish, the other in her twenties, and the third was a customer who had just come in. After exchanging a few words, the man said he was going back to his car to get a credit card and would be right back to make a purchase. But when he re-entered, it was not a card, but a revolver that he had in his hand. He immediately herded the three terrified women back into a secluded corner of the store, and insisted that they submit to acts of sexual abuse.
Two of the distraught women complied at gunpoint with this brute’s demands. But then he came to his third victim, the would-be customer, who according to friends had probably come to purchase some materials for her Rosary-making apostolate. This was Jamie Schmidt, 53, a quiet mother of three who worked as a secretarial assistant at the St. Louis Community College in the western suburb of Wildwood, and was active in her parish church, St. Anthony of Padua at High Ridge in neighboring Jefferson County. There was nothing obviously extraordinary about this lady. But now she did something very extraordinary indeed. Having just been forced to witness in horror the sexual assault of the two women beside her, Mrs. Schmidt was ordered to submit to similar abuse.
But Mrs. Schmidt — shocked, defenseless, and with the barrel of a loaded gun pointed at her head — Just Said No.
With death staring her in the face, Jamie quietly refused to allow her purity, her personal dignity, and her marriage covenant to be outraged. She looked him straight in the eye and said, “In the name of God, I will not take my clothes off.” Enraged by this unexpected point-blank rejection of his demand, her assailant responded with a point-blank shot that felled her on the spot. The survivor who gave this testimony added that as Jamie lay there gravely wounded, she could be heard whispering the words of the Our Father. As soon as the man fled the store, a 911 call quickly brought an ambulance, and Jamie was sped to the nearest hospital. But she was pronounced dead later that evening; and again, according to one of her friends I spoke with at her funeral yesterday, the words of the Our Father were on the lips of this valiant woman at her dying breath.
Fr. Harrison continued:
This tale of indomitable resistance to demonic evil calls for deep reflection. Jamie Schmidt’s act of supreme courage and nobility, called forth immediately in a moment of sudden crisis, clearly did not come from nowhere. The action of grace had been evidently working quietly but deeply in the soul of this lady who had outward lived devoutly but unobtrusively, like any number of other good Catholics.
This is the deep reflection overlooked by Cardinal DiNardo in his letter.