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Subject: RiteofSodomy.Com Officially Opened

Date: Saturday, May 6, 2006   

From: Randy Engel

To: National and International Key Contacts, Catholic and Secular Press

                Riteofsodomy.com was officially opened today with the posting of Canadian writer Anne McGinn

Cillis ‘s book review of the monumental investigative work The Rite of Sodomy – Homosexuality and the Roman Catholic Church by Randy Engel scheduled for release on July 15, 2006.

Cillis, a Franciscan tertiary and author of Arrivederci, Padre Pio – A Spiritual Daughter Remembers, opens her lengthy review with a quote on the sublimity of the Catholic priesthood made by Saint Padre Pio in 1962, so as to remind readers that Engel’s work is a defense of the Catholic priesthood and religious life as ordained by God Himself.

                “Author Randy Engel in The Rite of Sodomy has given readers a thoughtful, detailed, and very comprehensive overview of the history and ramifications of homosexuality and pederasty, and this provides a broad base for the detailed, exact, and well researched facts concerning the present ever expanding apparent social and political ‘power” of the “Homosexual Collective” within and without the Roman Catholic Church,” writes Cillis.

“The entire volume is a definite, carefully chronicled documentation of facts - naming names- and reinforced by the thousands of endnotes (footnotes) and covers entire historical periods,” states Cillis. “The author has covered her subject from ancient times, throughout all the periods of human history, up to the present.”

Commenting upon the “ominous significance” of the very title of the work itself – The Rite of Sodomy - the Canadian writer states that “the ‘priestly predatory collective’ if we may call it that, is so totally perverted in its thinking processes, that it considers the practice of this vice a ‘religious rite.’” How many sodomized young altar boys have been told by the priest to whom they have looked up, admired, and innocently respected, that, “Now you are one of US!” — this, after they have been brutally ravished and damaged for life, and this as though the revolting and psyche-shattering experience were a sacred rite of passage into a select and elite group of chosen souls? (And probably, the only ones “going to Heaven”…)” asks Cillis.

The Rite of Sodomy is about the “US!” starting from the top down, says Cillis, and “… it presents by numerous carefully documented histories of genuine cases, naming the hierarchical culprits, with date and place of birth, names of parents, early childhood, institutions of education, ordination dates (by whom, and where), consecration dates of bishops, assignments to dioceses, and the explicit cases of numerous victims, identified by name, court appearances, where, when, and why, and names and sordid deeds of the perpetrators including more than thirty American bishops and cardinals.”

“The ‘mystery’ of why nearly all bishops of dioceses where victims of clerical sexual abuse have surfaced, have continued to hide perpetrators, appears to be finally solved in this amazing work, by the documented revelations that many bishops and cardinals are themselves pederasts and homosexuals, and therefore, they rightly fear public exposure of their own nefarious sexual exploits if they crack down on  their fellow clerical  sodomites,” reports Cillis.

Nevertheless, Cillis advises the reader that “There should be no fear among Catholics that this book in delineating the entire nauseous problem of this rampant (and presently accelerating) scandalous era, will play into the hands of those who hate the Catholic Church, and will therefore provide them with further ammunition for their enmity.” Rather, she states, “These exposures should only provide a contrast to what the Catholic Church IS and has always been, from the time of its founding by Our Lord, Jesus Christ.” If the Catholic Church evolved only from the machinations of mankind, it would have been finished centuries ago,” she states.

The Rite of Sodomy will, no doubt, initially cause massive distress among the faithful, but this distress will not be lasting, as the sincere and the devout in search of the truth behind the present worldwide decline into apostasy of the Catholic Church, (engineered by prominent heretics in very high places) will discover the TRUTH… and “the Truth will set them free,” concludes Cillis.   

A final piece of advice from the reviewer to the reader - “The Rite of Sodomy should be read sitting down!”

The complete Cillis review is included as an attachment to this mailing. It may be also viewed at the riteofsodomy.com home page. The Rite of Sodomy may be ordered online or by mail from New Engel Publishing, Box 356, Export, PA 15632 Phone 724-327-7379. If ordering by mail, please contact: Customerservice@riteofsodomy.com for postage and handling rates.

Book Details:

The Rite of Sodomy – Homosexuality and the Roman Catholic Church

Randy Engel

$64.00 US

Softbound: 1318 pages

Publisher: New Engel Publishing, Box 356, Export, PA 15632

Language: English

Library of Congress Control Number: 2006923167

ISBN: 0-9778601-3-2

Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 2.25

Shipping Weight: 3. 3 pounds

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Anticipated Publication Date: July 15, 2006

Book Description

The Rite of Sodomy tracks the rise of homosexuality in the Catholic hierarchy, diocesan priesthood and religious life in the United States over a span of 100 years and three generations of prelates. It examines all facets of this intergenerational phenomenon on the life of the Church – yesterday, today and tomorrow. The text is broken down into five mini-book sections each examining a different aspect of homosexuality in the Roman Catholic Church.

Section I looks at pederasty, homosexuality in its most pervasive and universal form, from Antiquity to the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance, to the rise of the Modern State in the mid-to-late 1800s.

Section II exams the complex nature and causes of male homosexuality, describes homosexual acts and behaviors, and provides an in-depth look at the secular Homosexual Collective and the inordinate power it exerts over the individual homosexual. “It’s time to free the slaves,” writes Engel.

Sections III and IV document the growth of the vice within the American Church (AmChurch) with special attention to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops/U.S. Catholic Conference and Catholic dioceses headed by homosexual cardinals and bishops. There is biographical data on more than 30 homosexual prelates and detailed case studies on homosexuality and pederasty in six major religious orders. A carefully researched report on New Ways Ministry, one of the most influential pro-homosexual auxiliary organizations in AmChurch, illustrates the total ineptitude of the Holy See in confronting morally subversive agencies within its own ranks.

Section V brings all elements of the controversy over homosexuality in the Catholic Church under one roof – the dome of St. Peter’s. An examination of the role played by Pope Paul VI in connection with the rise of a “gay” clergy in the Universal Church brings this blockbuster work to its startling conclusion.

The Rite of Sodomy contains 4,523 endnotes, a bibliography of over 350 books, and a full Index.


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