TUCSON PARISH FOSTERS LITURGICAL ABUSES AND AFFIRMS LGBT LIFESTYLES
by Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th. • ChurchMilitant.com • August 8, 2017
Eucharistic bread recipe includes white flour, salt, baking powder and olive oil
TUCSON, Ariz. (ChurchMilitant.com) – A parish in Bp. Gerald Kicanas’ diocese of Tucson uses illicit matter for their eucharistic hosts, recites a made-up creed on Sunday and is allegedly aligned with LGBT activists.
Saint Pius X in Tucson, Arizona, has as its pastor Fr. Harry Ledwith, who’s videotaped at Mass reciting a made-up creed titled “The Hungry Credo of Concern” along with his parishioners in April. Except for mentioning “One Lord Jesus Christ,” the creed is a complete fabrication of social justice issues. One section of their creed recited at Mass during Sundays of Lent reads, “This is hunger gone mad. This is the black horse of the apocalypse, this famine galloping across the dry plains of Somalia, the Sudan and Northern Nigeria, charging wild-eyed through the streets of Calcutta and the countryside of Bangladesh.”