Homosexual Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Part III: Most Holy Redeemer

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Most Holy Redeemer Parish Staff: Philip Carrizosa

 

The atmosphere at MHR can corrupt good priests and laypeople. We are all sinners. We have no desire to attack any person, clerical or lay, for the sake of attacking, but if we are to show the harm caused by the embracing of homosexuality at MHR, we must tell the truth.

The December 4, 2008, Bay Area Reporter (motto: "Serving the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community since 1971") had the following on its "Wedding Announcements" page.

"Today's announcements:

This week's wedding announcements include Ralph Lindsey and Philip Carrizosa...

Ralph K. Lindsey Jr. and G. Philip R. Carrizosa were married Saturday, November 1, 2008, at 6:30 p.m. at Terra Gallery on Rincon Hill overlooking downtown San Francisco. More than 75 friends and relatives attended the ceremony, which was officiated by retired Court of Appeal Justice Joanne Parrilli."

The listing ended with:

"The ceremony was a mixture of civil and religious elements, reflecting the couple's deep faith. Mr. Lindsey is an active member of Glide Memorial Methodist Church while Mr. Carrizosa is an acolyte and lector at Most Holy Redeemer Parish."

Mr. Carrizosa does in fact serve in those ministries (see here ). By our count that makes seven persons serving in liturgical functions at MHR who have "married" persons of the same sex.

It will be good here to remind ourselves of Church rules.

From "Redemptionis Sacramentum" #46

"The lay Christian faithful called to give assistance at liturgical celebrations should be well instructed and must be those whose Christian life, morals and fidelity to the Church’s Magisterium recommend them."

Below is a photograph of Mr. Carrizosa (right) and Mr. Lindsay in the nave of Most Holy Redeemer Church.

 

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