Homosexual Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Part III: Most Holy Reedemer

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Most Holy Redeemer Parish Staff: Fr. Joe Healy

 

The atmosphere at MHR can corrupt good priests and laypeople. We are all sinners. We have no desire to attack any person, clerical or lay, for the sake of attacking, but if we are to show the harm caused by the embracing of homosexuality at MHR, we must tell the truth.

On November 11, 2007, the webpage of Most Holy Redeemer announces:

"Congratulations and Welcome, Fr. Joe! The MHR family welcomes Fr. Joseph Healy, a 'son of the parish' who has been assigned to Most Holy Redeemer as Parochial Vicar. We wish you many happy and successful years here at MHR".

Why is Fr. Healy referred to as a "son of the parish"? As always Fr. Donal Godfrey's book "Gays and Grays" is enlightening:

"The Castro Country Club was founded by an openly gay parishioner at MHR, Joseph Healy; Healy has since become a priest in the diocese of San Francisco." —Godfrey: P98, note 42.

Is there any sign Healy is repudiating the homosexual lifestyle? Well, on February 7, 2008, Catholic Charities CYO Executive Director Brian Cahill was the speaker at the Ash Wednesday Vespers Service at Most Holy Redeemer. During Cahill's tenure at CCCYO, the organization facilitated adoptions to homosexual and transgendered couples, circumvented Church teaching on this subject, and allowed transvestite "Donna Sachet" to perform at one of their fundraisers.

Who presided at the Vespers Service? Fr. Joseph Healy.

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