A New Jersey priest has been suspended from public ministry because of his persistent homosexual advocacy.
Father Warren Hall revealed on Twitter that he had been suspended by
Archbishop John Myers of Newark, because his public statements and
actions are “confusing the faithful.” Last year Father Hall had been
removed from his post as chaplain at Seton Hall University because of
his outspoken support for homosexual causes.
Father Hall indicated that he thought his suspension showed that
Archbishop Myers was out of step with Catholic thinking. He wrote on
Twitter that “@Pontifex’s Reform are taking too long.”
Hall is no longer able to say Mass in public, or show himself as a priest. He was repentant, naturally:
“The problem is that we have an archbishop who doesn’t believe you can
be gay and Catholic,” Hall, who is on vacation, wrote in an email.