Traditional Catholic Fisher More College vs Other Supposedly “Catholic Colleges”

When the small traditional Catholic Fisher More college brings a controversial speaker to its campus like Fr. Gruner and question parts of Vatican II, they are punished by their bishop and not allowed to have the Holy Latin Mass on their campus.

xlogo-400.png.pagespeed.ic.mnnWUidMXbAt the same time, through out the United States and the world, there are so many so called “Catholic” colleges and universities that are going against what the Catholic Church teaches.  Many of them completely disagreement with Church’s teaching on homosexuality, abortion and birth control.   They invite Drag Shows, “The Vigina Monologues” and pro abortion/homosexual marriage speakers to their graduation commencements.

I studied philosophy for one year at the Jesuit University of Santa Clara in Santa Clara California.  They are one of the “Gay Friendly” Universities.  Here is a list of “Catholic Colleges and Universities that are homosexual friendly.   I am sorry to have to put this list here, but it is important to see how many and how far our supposedly “Catholic Colleges and Universities” have gone against the Bible and the 2000 year tradition of Jesus’ Catholic Church.

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MobileSpring Hill College

BelmontNotre Dame de Namur University
Goleta: St. Mark’s University
Los AngelesLoyola Marymount UniversityMount Saint Mary’s College
MoragaSt. Mary’s College
OaklandHoly Names University
Ranchos Palos VerdeMarymount College
San DiegoUniversity of San Diego
San FranciscoUniversity of San Francisco
San RafaelDominican University of California
Santa ClaraSanta Clara University
DenverRegis University

Fairfield: Fairfield University (AllianceSafe Space Program,Coming Out/Being Out), Sacred Heart University
New HavenAlbertus Magnus College
West HartfordSaint Joseph College

District of Columbia
Georgetown University (GU PrideLGBTQ Resource Center),Trinity University

Miami GardensSt. Thomas University
Miami ShoresBarry University

HonoluluChaminade University

ChicagoDePaul UniversityLoyola University,
St. Xavier University
 Joliet: University of St. Francis (Spectrum,
River ForestDominican University in Illinois
RomeovilleLewis University

Notre DameHoly Cross College,  St. Mary’s College,
University of Notre Dame

Davenport: St. Ambrose University
DubuqueLoras College

LouisvilleSpalding University, Bellarmine University (Safe Zone,GLASS)

New OrleansLoyola University

BaltimoreCollege of Notre Dame of Maryland,
Loyola College of Maryland

BostonEmmanuel CollegeBoston College
Chestnut HillBoston College
Chicopee: Elms College
EastonStonehill College
North AndoverMerrimack College
WestonRegis College
WorcesterAssumption CollegeCollege of the Holy Cross

Detroit: University of Detroit Mercy
Grand RapidsAquinas College

CollegevilleSt. John’s University
DuluthCollege of St. Scholastica
MinneapolisSt. Catherine University
St. JosephCollege of Saint Benedict
St. PaulSt. Catherine UniversityUniversity of St. Thomas
WinonaSt. Mary’s University of Minnesota

Kansas CityAvila UniversityRockhurst University
St. LouisFontbonne UniversitySaint Louis University

HelenaCarroll College

OmahaCreighton University

New Hampshire
Manchester: St. Anselm College
NashuaRivier College

New Jersey
CaldwellCaldwell College
Jersey CitySt. Peter’s College
South OrangeSeton Hall

New York
AlbanyCollege of Saint Rose
Brooklyn and Patchogue: St. Joseph College
: Fordham University (Rainbow AllianceLGBT and Ally Network of Support), Manhattan College
BuffaloCanisius College
Siena College
New RochelleCollege of New RochelleIona College
PoughkeepsieMarist College
RiverdaleCollege of Mount St. Vincent
RochesterSt. John Fisher College
St. BonaventureSt. Bonaventure University
SparkillSt. Thomas Aquinas College
SyracuseLeMoyne College
QueensSt. John’s University

CincinnatiXavier University
Cleveland HeightsJohn Carroll University
DaytonUniversity of Dayton
Pepper PikeUrsuline College
South EuclidNotre Dame College
SylvaniaLourdes College

MarylhurstMarylhurst University
PortlandUniversity of Portland

CressonMount Aloysius College
DallasMisericordia University
ErieMercyhurst College
GreensburgSeton Hill University
PhiladelphiaChestnut Hill CollegeLaSalle University,
St. Joseph’s University
PittsburghCarlow UniversityDuquesne University
RadnorCabrini College
ReadingAlvernia University
ScrantonMarywood University
Villanova University

Rhode Island
NewportSalve Regina University
ProvidenceProvidence College

AustinSaint Edward’s University
San AntonioUniversity of the Incarnate Word,
Our Lady of the Lake University

ColchesterSaint Michael’s College

LaceySt. Martin’s College
SeattleSeattle University
Spokane: Gonzaga University (HEROGSA Outlaws)

West Virginia
WheelingWheeling Jesuit University

De PereSt. Norbert College
MadisonEdgewood College
MilwaukeeAlverno CollegeCardinal Stritch University,
Marquette University (GSALGBTQ Resources)

TorontoRegis College

Just last December, Santa Clara University’s faculty senate also voted to over turn the Jesuit school’s president, Rev. Michael Enge decision to not provide health care for abortion.  God bless him.  When doing so, the staff quoited Pope Francis:

pope 4Professor Nancy C. Unger was a leader in the movement to undo the university head’s abortion coverage removal. She previously expressed her criticism on several grounds that ranged from the widely-accepted to the extreme, including that a unilateral decision goes against best higher education practices, that it is inappropriate given the language of Pope Francis, that employer-funded abortion is an essential component of religious freedom, and that a man should not make decisions on behalf of women:

Thus, many are surprised that the president made his decision so soon after Pope Francis, himself a Jesuit, criticized the Church for its “obsession” with abortion and called for a “clear sense of priority: healing wounds and warming hearts.”” California Catholic Daily

Please bishops stop this corruption of our young Catholics minds and souls rather than picking on a small good Catholic college.  We need more traditional Catholic Colleges that will help the youth to be 100% Catholic.

It seems that the bishops do nothing against the thousands of Catholic schools that promote evil liberal and progressive morals all over the world.  Interestingly enough, these schools are also going against what is contained in the Vatican II’s documents, way more and far beyond.   But then when a few small traditional Catholic schools happens to question Vatican II or is in favor of the Latin Mass, then they need to be disciplined right away by the bishop.  It seems that we have it totally backwards.

Fisher More College is a sign of hope for us who have studied at dissenting Catholic Universities.   We need more truly traditional Catholic colleges.  We pray for them and their bishop.  We also pray for the conversion of all the Catholic schools, grammar, high school and colleges to repent and be faithful to Jesus and what He taught.  It is so wonderful to be a traditional Catholic.