The 2018 summer print edition of Holy Cross Magazine undermines centuries of Catholic teaching and basic family values by featuring a same-sex "wedding" photo in its "milestones" section. Two women in white wedding gowns are seen holding a "Holy Cross" emblem (page 116).
"I just received my alumni magazine in the mail today," a concerned Holy Cross alumnus told TFP Student Action. "Sadly, just as I suspected, this edition includes a photo celebrating the 'marriage' of two women... this is not the first time such a farce has been recognized by the school in its official alumni publication."
The alumnus continued: "Holy Cross has had a cozy relationship with homosexuality since my time there [from] ’01 to ’05."
The attempt to normalize mortal sin at the Jesuit College of the Holy Cross is not new. Earlier this year, Catholics nationwide wereby the blasphemous writings of Prof. Tat-Siong Benny Liew, Chair of New Testament Studies.
According to The Fenwick Review, the writings of Prof. Liew attacked the sacred manhood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, claiming that He was a "drag king." Not only did the pro-homosexual professor twist the Gospel of Saint John, but he also claimed that Our Lord was an impure "cross-dresser" who had "queer desires."
Outrage ensued. Students protested. Alumni complained. TFP Student Action mobilized a peaceful protest at the gates of the college which was attended by many young Catholics who prayed the rosary in reparation to God and Our Lady. The Most Reverend Robert J. McManus, Bishop of Worcester, called on Professor Liew to disavow his blasphemous, "false and perverse" writings.
The College of the Holy Cross, however, refused to correct its anti-Catholic course. Instead, its president, Fr. Philip L. Boroughs, stood by the blaspheming professor, calling him a "dedicated teacher" and "a man of faith."
The College of the Holy Cross also sponsors the world's first "Digital Transgender Archive," a platform used to promote the homosexual movement.
Unfortunately, the College of the Holy Cross is engaged in destroying its own Catholic identity and tradition, which brings into focus the urgent yet unanswered plea of Our Lady of Fatima in 1917, "Do not offend the Lord Our God any more, because He is already so much offended."