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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Michael Voris freed from his gay past

Michael Voris, the ceo of St Michael's Media and Church Militant TV and host of the popular internet show the Vortex (where lies and falsehoods are sucked up trapped and exposed) has recently come out about his past before he returned to the Catholic faith after leading what he claimed was a sinful and bad life.

Michael Voris revealed recently the full blown truth about it. Michael it turns out was gay. According to Voris, he despised his past so much that he did not ever mention what happened. That was until the Archdiocese of New York which had allowed openly gay priests and which was a big target of attack by Voris and CCMTV began to collect information about Voris, attacking him for his views against gays, birth control, so called social justice movements and other things.

 After taking a weeklong hiatus, Voris came back and opened up about his former lifestyle before repenting and coming back to the Catholic faith.

Voris is a consecrated celebate who in the past has claimed that his refusal to marry and start a family is related to his work and did not have the time. This it turns out is half the truth. Voris' consecration was rooted in his gay past and his desire to abandon and leave it.

According to Michael, he's not born that way, but says it is a learned behavior and that freedom is possible to conform to God's way which is true love and to family and marriage as well as  being conformed to laws of nature and natures God. Michael Voris reveals he was freed from homosexual lifestyle by Jesus Christ.

The internet sensation who has been zealous in exposing error and falsehood even where bishops are concerned, has long admitted he was a revert from a sinful sexual lifestyle, but never before revealed its specific nature.

“I have said many times in public that I was in a state of mortal sin, and had I died, I would have been damned,” said Voris in a Vortex episode released Thursday. “I will now reveal that for most of my years in my thirties, confused about my own sexuality, I lived a life of live-in relationships with homosexual men,” he said. Voris stressed that those grave sins took place before his “reversion to the Faith.”

“Since my reversion, I abhor all these sins, especially in the world of the many, many other sins I have committed having nothing to do with sexuality,” added Voris.

Voris said he decided to reveal the details of his past on the basis of his receipt of information suggesting that “the New York archdiocese is collecting and preparing to quietly filter out details of my past life with the aim of publicly discrediting me, this apostolate and the work here.” But beyond that impetus, Voris says he regrets not revealing the nature of his sins before because it was “limiting God” and perhaps not letting his example inspire others in homosexual lifestyles to turn to God for help.

“From the time of my return to the Faith, I have wanted nothing than for others to experience the joy and life-giving truth of the Catholic Church,” said Voris, “to know that the dead can be raised, to deeply consider what is truly meant by ‘With God all things are possible.’"

“He can even restore your formerly shattered, confused sexuality,” added Voris. “It does not matter whatever the issue, whatever the sin, whatever the depth of the deepest darkness, there is nowhere God can not come to you and rescue you.”

During the Vortex special, Voris said that he "apologizes to anyone who is wounded” by the revelations, noting that he “did not intend to deceive” but only “didn't see the need to provide up-close detail of past sins.”

The revelation of Voris' past by Voris has been met with a mainly positive view. Catholics and Protestants including your's truly who have viewed Voris' programs for some time now are ecstatic about it and find it a blessing. Meanwhile gays particularly so called gay catholics especially those in New York who have borne the brunt of Voris' criticism have revamped their attacks on Voris. All of which thankfully have been in vain.

In the author's opinion, the timing of this revelation is best. Waiting to reveal this truth has given Church militant and St Michael's media the time and the fan base to counter any attacks by the gay community against him. The Archdiocese of NY is already reeling and rumor has it that Cardinal Timothy Dolar, Arch bishop may be closer to resigning.

Congratulations and best of luck to Michael Voris from all of us here at New England Alliance for Liberty and Free Markets, best of luck and hope for future broadcasts that will deal a telling blow to the gates of hell.


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