Some things are so terrible they can hardly be believed. But it’s true. Charges have been filed in Pearl River, Louisiana against a Catholic parish priest who participated in a sexual threesome on the church altar. The archbishop of New Orleans called the act “demonic” and ordered the altar removed and burned. A lawyer representing the two women who copulated with the priest called their arrests “appalling.” He argued that the fact this heinous moral crime occurred in a church was “irrelevant” and there was nothing criminal about the conduct. The dastardly deed was exposed when a passerby noticed the church lights were on, peeked through the window, and saw the priest in clerical clothes having sex with two, high-heeled, corseted women. The entire escapade was being filmed by the priest, who had apparently set up a video camera and lights!
The Archbishop was correct to call the deed “demonic.” It’s hard to imagine what the priest was thinking. Contemplating such sacrilege is far-fetched. But to film it where it might be seen? Was he drunk? High on drugs? Mentally ill? Who knows what mind-altering substance he was imbibing, but he certainly had demons. Why else would a man of God desecrate a holy place in such a way!
We all know what comes next. First a book. Then a movie. This spiritual tragedy will be exploited to the max. But why did these women participate? Money was likely a motive, of course, but could cold cash be enough to push someone to act so satanic? One the women describes herself as “the embodiment of sin exquisitely crafted into flesh and bone.” She labels herself “Proprietress of the Church of Satantrix.”
From my experience as an exorcist I’d guess they were both victims of previous sexual abuse such as incest or molestation. It’s obvious that both have a Jezebel spirit. As Christians we need to brace ourselves for more tragedies like this as we near the return of Christ. More than ever we need to be prepared to fight the demons behind such moral debacles. The apostle Paul warned in 2 Timothy 3:13 that in the Last Days, “Evil men and impostors will grow worse and worse.” This parish priest was certainly an impostor, and he was definitely demonic.