Friday, October 25, 2013

California: Catholic Priest Gets Woman Pregnant and Quits His Position

The DailyMail has just posted an article clearly depicting the true face of the Catholic Church and the continuous lies and hypocrisy of this organization in the nations. 

Chaste and holy, Catholic priests claim in great hypocrisy they abstain from certain pleasures...and the ridiculousness of their vouch of "chastity" is all blowing up in their face as the world is realizing that first of all, God said its not convenient for man to be alone according to Gen. 2:8 and furthermore the bible clearly states that celibay is a doctrine of demons according to 1 Tim 4:1-3. The hypocrisy of their lies is seeping out from left and right. In fact, one community in California has just had to deal with that first hand since a Catholic Priest just quit after admitting he got a woman pregnant.

Father Daniel - known as Dean - McFalls, from St. Mary's Catholic Church in Stockton, has just resigned as a Priest.

Now one member of his congregations has said she is glad he is gone, calling him 'flirty.' Diana Garcia, who has attended the catholic parish for 15 years, told Fox News: 'He’s gone after girls before and he’s gone after my daughters.' 

'He’s just lustful, he didn’t say he was in love or marry the girl, no.

'It’s not about being a sinner, it’s about playing with God, he made a vow, this is a priest we’re talking about.'

In a letter sent to the Catholic church and read to his congregation, McFalls said: 'A child will soon be born, and I am the baby’s father. I know this comes as a shock to you, and to many a disappointment. 'I assume full responsibility for my actions and will do all that I can so that my child receives the care and love that he deserves.

His hypocrisy continued as he dared to also state:  As St. Paul told the “Romans: ‘God makes all things work together for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his decree,’ and though the Lord never decreed that I sin, he does command that all life be respected and nurtured.'

How dare he use the bible in an attempt to justify his lies to the community.

McFalls' was given an indefinite leave of absence by Bishop Stephen E. Blaire, head of the Diocese of Stockton, and will now have to decide if he wants to remain a priest.

Jack Valero, a spokesman for Catholic Voices, said: 'It is a very very sad thing to happen. It is the same as if a married man is unfaithful to his wife.