Rad Trad Institute of Christ the King St. Francis de Sales Oratory Sex Shop! Toldya! Parish Of Married Rad Trad Mike Parrott And Other Assorted Married Perverts....
Rad Trad Mike Parrott hates to be labeled a FSSP'er (so I do it anyway) He lives in Missouri and claims he attends a Institute of Christ the King Parish.
St. Francis de Sales Oratory has a sex shop!
Toldya these Married Rad Trads can't leave the embraces of their wives.
This is why they are Married - none of them could live a celibate life of a religious.
Does Parrott attend St. Francis de Sales Oratory? - who knows? He won't come clean. And like most Rad Trads he will do damage control and deflect from this sex shop story and blame Christine Niles and Gary Voris.
Again all Rad Trads Influencers are in it for the money. When they get caught they change the story and deflect.
I bet these perverts are all converts!
'Catholic' sex shop in St. Louis
In the Archdiocese of St. Louis, MO, under the guidance of His Excellency Mitchell Rozanski, in the parish of St. Francis de Sales, under the direction of Rev. Canon Benjamin Coggeshall, there is a scandal going on. A couple, James and Megan Walther, members of the mentioned parish, opened an online "Traditional Catholic" Sex Shop last November. The couple enjoys the good graces of Can. Coggeshall. Further, Mr. Walther pretends to justify with "Catholic" arguments why a married couple is allowed to practice anal sex, oral sex and use toys in their marital lives. The Sex Shop Catholic Intimacy can be accessed here. The products offered include electric vibrators in the shape of a male genital for women's masturbation, electrical and non-electrical rings for men's masturbation, electric genital suckers for both men and women, a gamut of different creams for sexual arousal as well as lubricants for anal sex. Particularly offensive is the offering of a Christmas Gift Box at a sale price containing some of its most popular products, below, third row left.
Typical RAD TRAD Look
When it comes to arguments, here, Mr. Walther takes this public position: He admits that anal sex, oral sex, the use of sex toys and masturbation are wrong, but when they are used to promote the sexual happiness of one's wife, they are not only admissible, but meritorious and virtuous – read below from the sixth row down. So, the base of his arguments is that a husband can use such things to help his wife overcome her sexual frigidity through diverse types of stimulation. To take this subjective and grossly immoral position, he says he bases himself on the Personalism of John Paul II: Whatever is good for the "person" is morally acceptable. When a person does something looking for his own pleasure he is wrong – so also are those sexual unnatural actions – but when his purpose is for the good of his wife, they become good. But attention, Mr. Walther warns, this liberty is only for married couples. Outside of marriage all these actions become sinful again... Since the couple is "traditionalist," they are against condoms when used to contracept; but they can be used during anal sex for prophylactic protection against infections... Different from Catholic Morals that was and is always objective, the subjective morality of the Conciliar Church inevitably ends by approving all types of sexual perversions and transforming the marital life into the life of a prostitution house. In the last row left, Arch. Rozanski; center, the owner of the Sex Shop; at right, Can. Coggeshall, pastor who approves his activity and input. Source
Rad Trad Married Perverts