The Catholic Church, which emerges on the scandal of sexual harassment, faces a new embarrassment after the Italian magazine publishes an investigation on what The so-called two-day life of gay priests in Rome. Using hidden cameras, the weekly Panorama magazine, owned by Italy's prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, threatened priests visiting gambling clubs and bars and sex. . . . Rome Dietus shouted in the prime minister's newspaper, saying his aim was to "form a scandal [and] defend all the priests". But it also encouraged the priests who are gay to leave the priesthood. . . . A 30-year-old French priest, known as Father Paul, attended a place where there were two male prostitutes. . . . Panorama reported.


                    The photograph on his site claimed that the priest was wearing his priest's collar but without his trousers with a gambler who acted as a snare to the magazine. In another picture, the priests were shown to kiss the participant of Panorama. One of the priests was quoted by the newspaper appointing a number of gay priests in the Italian capital as a percentage of "98%". . . . The former Italian MP and gay activist, Franco Grillini, said: "If all homosexuals in the Catholic church had to leave immediately - something we would like to most - it could lead to serious labor problems." The Guardian, Friday, 23 July 2010 19:20)


                           Matthew 7:15, 16 "Beware of false prophets, people who come to you in sheep's clothing, yet inwardly they are ravenous wolves. 16 You will recognize them by their fruits. I am Do people pick grapes of thorns, or figs in bruises? 17 In like manner also every good tree bears good fruit; And the bad tree produces bad fruit. 18 A good tree can not bear bad fruit, neither shall a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut off and thrown into the fire. 20 But for their fruits you will recognize them.


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