View Larger Image The Broken Catholic Church: My Conversation with Kale Zelden Joseph Sciambra2022-03-15T05:14:29+00:00March 15th, 2022|Blog, Podcast| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInPinterest Related Posts Gallery Frequent Confession in the Russian Orthodox Church from the Viewpoint of a Convert September 12th, 2023 Gallery If a man dresses well…He’s gay? My Conversation with Necktie Salvage August 29th, 2023 Gallery Gays, Greeks, and Christianity: My Conversation with Fr. George Aquaro August 15th, 2023 Gallery The Gay War Against Arthur Goldberg August 15th, 2023 Gallery Social Media, Influencers, and the Complicity of the Silent August 1st, 2023 One Comment scott foresman March 19, 2022 at 12:06 pm After 30 years in Episcopal ministry, I converted to the Catholic Church in ’13. It didn’t take too long to see that the same agenda, the same evil, the same ‘players’ were in the Catholic Church as well. It has taken YEARS for me finally to acknowledge that I cannot EVER go back to the Catholic Church. The corruption of the Catholic Church rises to the Papacy itself. It will not chang.e In my own city of 30,000, there are 2 Catholic churches, where the clergy preach ‘happy clappy Jesus’ every Sunday, where people do not WANT to see or hear about the rampant heterodoxy and corruption. Emotionally and physically (I have a heart condition) I have come to the conclusion that i must, I MUST leave. A good tree cannot bear this much bad fruit. Comments are closed.