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Gregory Baum, Architect of Vatican II Document,
Declares His Homosexuality
Fr. Gregory Baum, today 93 years old, is perhaps the most famous theologian of Canada. He was a perito at Council Vatican II and it was he who drafted the Declaration Nostra aetate, which is the charter providing the guidelines for all the post-conciliar inter-religious dialogue with Jews and Muslims.

On October 28, 2015, the Conciliar Church commemorated with great fanfare the 50th anniversary of that Declaration.

In one of his recent books – The Oil Has Not Run Dry: The Story of My Theological Pathway, published in November 2016 – Baum came out of the closet disclosing that he has been a homosexual for more than 50 years. He also confessed that he did not reveal it before to not harm the progressivist influence he exercised.

As the saying goes, a bad tree cannot produce good fruits. Thus a progressivist and homosexual theologian cannot produce an orthodox document, which in its turn can only produce the bad fruits Nostra aetate has borne. Everything makes sense.

Below, we present the photocopy of an article on Lifesite News where we learned about this sensational revelation.
Gregory Baum homosexual To enlarge this photocopy click here


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Posted on February 25, 2017