The Vatican Hires Pro-Homosexual Corporations to Make Its Operations More Transparent & Efficient
With the mainstream media proclaiming in bold and bright rainbows that the Church is “homophobic,” it becomes necessary at times to move to the vanguard to defend the Church against her most vociferous critics.
According to the highly-regarded investigative reporter, Randy Engle, Pope Francis’ efforts to bring greater “transparency,” “efficiency,” and “financial reform” to the Vatican City State’s government, have resulted in the hiring of the pro-lesbian, pro-homosexual, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) consulting firm of Ernst & Young (E&Y) to spearhead the efforts. On its corporate webpage, E&Y advertises itself as the world’s most “gay friendly” employer.
Imagine that! The allegedly “homophobic” Catholic Church has contracted with E&Y, even though E&Y is reportedly going to refuse to operate in countries with “homophobic laws.”
But, there’s even more!
The Vatican has hired U.S.-based McKinsey & Company (M&Co) to improve its communication offices which include Osservatore Romano, Vatican Radio, and Vatican Television. M&Co’s website proclaims: “McKinsey is a place where LGBT people thrive.”
Good news always comes in three’s!
The Vatican has also hired the Swiss-based accounting firm KPMG to improve its financial practices. KPMG has a special recruitment and retention policy to increase the number of LGBT employees and partners as well as to expand the number of LGBT professionals in senior-level positions within the firm. And their “…partners,” too?
How dare anyone call the Church homophobic! This isn’t a matter of hiring artists to paint ceilings or carve marble statues! Vatican officials are entrusting the task of making some of its most important offices more transparent and efficient—its administration and finance—to three pro-homosexual corporations—including one that officially recognizes homosexual partnerships.
Who are those people to judge?
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