Thomas Williams, who fathered an illegitimate child with EWTN's Elizabeth Lev, - whilst still a priest with the corrupt Legionaries of Christ - has opined about Church Militant on the neo-modernist Crux (run by the "Knights" of Columbus). Williams has since "married" (?) Lev who from a previous relationship has two other illegitimate children. Lev continues to write for Zenit as well as teach at the neo-modernist Christendom College. It should be noted that she has also written a book with the prominent Americanist, liberal Catholic, George Weigel.
Crux even had the audacity to claim that Williams was being interviewed to provide critique against Fr. Antonio Spadaro! Dear dear!
As for Crux, readers need to take note of the connection between the "Knights" vis-a-vis multi-millionaire boss for life, Carl Anderson and the Vatican Bank, IOR (well known for money laundering etc.). But that is another story.
Williams is quoted by Crux saying:
"Is there a website called Church Militant that spouts all sorts of crazy right-wing ideas about the Catholic faith? Yes, yes, there is."
There you have it! From a man who disgraced the sacred priesthood!
Really, dear readers, should Williams be giving his ideas about the Catholic Faith, that he so disgraced whilst an active priest?
Yet, according to his bio he certainly seems to make a lot of money giving his "opinions".
Williams continues to lecture publicly at the Vatican, at the neo-modernist and Americanist, "Acton Institute" (of homosexual "Fr". Robert Sirico infamy. The Acton Institute is a multimillion dollar outfit, paying employees very, very handsomely from donations. Did they pay Williams, how much did he get to speak to them?)", Ave Maria University (another neo-modernist establishment) and so on.
Should he not be living a quiet life of prayer and penance?
Yet, back in 2012 we learnt:
The Rev. Alvaro Corcuera wrote a letter to all Legion members in which he admitted he knew before he became superior in 2005 that the Rev. Thomas Williams had fathered a child years earlier. He said he had heard rumours of the child even before then when he was rector.
Corcuera said that after becoming superior in 2005, he confirmed Williams's paternity yet did nothing to prevent him from teaching morality to seminarians or preaching about ethics on television, in his many speaking engagements or his 14 books, including Knowing Right from Wrong: A Christian Guide to Conscience.
Williams, for example, was the keynote speaker at a Legion-affiliated women's conference last month in the U.S.
Williams admitted last week he had fathered the child after The Associated Press confronted the Legion with the allegation. In a new statement Tuesday, Williams said he had resisted his superiors' encouragement to keep a low profile after the allegations were known to them.
Dear readers, just this brief post demonstrates to you the intricate and powerfully monied Americanist establishment within the Church in America. It, along with the usual suspects is now joining hands to attack Church Militant.
We now see the emergent union of overt with covert dissenters.