People are quickly losing interest in "the church" as an institution. Young people and the millennial generation, in particular, are the least religious of any generation in America today, according to a Pew survey. Is this because many right-wing churches are driving away people as they become more accepting of progressive policies? Did the sex abuse scandal scare off Catholic parents who want to protect their children? Is it even, as the right-wing has proposed, a downfall in family values? No, according to "Church Militant," altar Girls and "feminized kids" are the culprits.
Co-host Michael Voris begins the segment by talking about mothers who want their daughters to participate in the church and thus want their daughters to be altar girls along with altar boys. "You know, what young guy, what's the connection there for any young male who's 13, 14, 15? He wants nothing to do with that," he explained. "There's nothing appealing whatsoever about the faith to a 12, 14-year-old kid and you can see it. They're sittin' there on their text-phones slouched back in their gym shorts at mass when they show up."
Panelist Matthew Pearson connects the problems to the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church which he attributes to boys raised by single mothers who lack strong father figures. "Because all these feminized kids without fathers yearn to go somewhere where they maybe find a father figure," he began. "They were feminine. They became gay and they all went to the same place. They all went to the seminary looking for the father and they found predator fathers who then coerced them into, ya know, and that's where we have this gay sex scandal that's just ravaged the church for now 40, 50 years."
The Church Militant is a right-wing religious "news" site that paints itself as a group of "souls on Earth engaged in battle against the forces evil." They openly admit to being part of what they call "the Christian militia" doing battle against demonic "rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places" (Ephesians 6:12). They also sell their own brand of coffee in their online religious book and statue store for $20 per pound.
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