LEWD QUESTIONS ASKED YOUNG SINGLE GIRLS AND MARRIED WOMEN
IN THE CONFESSIONAL
Latin Sources Translated for the First Time Ever
Protestant Reformation Publications, 2000
This section contains Roman Catholic Church Latin translations
which use explicit language not suitable for the young, the immature,
the religious, or the self-righteous.
express our thanks to Chick Publications for republishing the
classic work, The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional, by 19th-century Canadian
ex-priest, Charles Chiniquy. Due to the graphic nature of the
questions, Chiniquy published them in their original Latin. They
may be found in Chapter XII of the aforementioned book.
Pastor Chiniquy exposes
the sexual gratification the priests receive when asking women
lewd and lascivious questions. After having heard females' confessions,
the confessors are instructed to search their own consciences:
"While hearing confessions, have I not asked questions
on sins against the sixth [7th in the Decalogue] commandment,
with the intention of satisfying my evil passions?"
"Have I not availed myself of what I heard in confession
to induce my penitents of both sexes to commit sin?"
Have I not, either during or after confession, done or
said certain things with a diabolical intention of seducing my
list below the questions Rome's greatest theologians dictate the
confessors ask their female penitents. We begin with the Right
Reverend Burchard, 11th century Bishop of Worms.
you done what certain women are accustomed to do; namely, use
an instrument shaped like the male member, exerting great effort
to achieve pleasure by playing with your venerable parts, or also
with the venerable parts of another, or by using the instrument
to join the two of you together, so that you have fornicated with
another woman or women by using the same instrument?"
you ever fornicated with yourself, alone, by using some instrument?"
you done what certain women are accustomed to do when they wish
to satisfy a desire vexing them? They join themselves together
as if to have intercourse, pressing
their genitals together, so that, by rubbing, they satisfy their
you done what certain women are accustomed to do; namely, lay
down with some beast of burden and then, by whatever means, join
yourself with that animal so that intercourse may be achieved?"
now quote Chiniquy as he summarizes the work of our next Catholic
theologian, Debréyne: "The celebrated Debréyne has
written a whole book, composed of the most incredible details
of impurities, to instruct the young confessors in the art of
questioning their penitents. The name of the book is Mchialogy, or Treaty on all the sins of the sixth [seventh]
and the ninth commandments, as well as on all the questions
of the married life which refer to them. That work is much
approved and studied in the Church of Rome. I do not know that
the world has ever seen anything comparable to the filthy and
infamous details of that book." Below is a typical question
asked young girls and women:
who confess to having touched themselves are to be asked whether
or not they tried to gratify some lustful craving. Did they feel
great pleasure as a result of their touching themselves? Did they
satisfy that craving? Or does that craving still exist?"
This present writer
asks the reader, Can you not imagine how this information could
assist a lecherous priest in humbly offering his 'holy' assistance
toward satisfying her craving?
Chiniquy gives us Kenrick: "The Right Rev. Kenrick,
late Bishop of Boston, United States, in his book for the teaching
of confessors on what matters they must question their penitents,
has the following, which I select among thousands as impure and
damnable to the soul and body":
is allowable for a girl, who, while being raped, to turn herself
and try not to receive the semen because injury is being done
against her; but it isn't allowable for her to expel the semen
received if she has already secured possession of it in her womb.
Casting the semen out at that time would be harmful to the law
This teaching presupposes
several things: (a) The confessor must ask the girl if she has
ever been raped; (b) If her answer is 'yes,' the confessor must
then ask her to elaborate on the rape; e.g., her positions throughout
the rape, if the rapist had ejaculated; and if so, where? If she
had received semen in her womb, it would have been a mortal sin
had she attempted to expel it afterwards. Penance would be necessary
on her part.
sex lives of parish wives are not left untouched by the probing
lechers of Rome. Chiniquy cites numerous matters upon which theologian
instructs the confessors to investigate:
"Ask if wives
have ever attempted to expel semen received from their husbands.
Have they ever been successful?" (Dens, tom. Vii.,
spouses that they mortally sin if they should hinder insemination
after they have begun intercourse."
"There is uncertainty,
however, if, when a man ejaculates prematurely, it is a mortal
sin for the woman to withdraw before she is properly inseminated;
or if the husband mortally sins by not waiting to ejaculate into
his wife." (p.153.)
sin between themselves in regard to the conjugal act. The correct
method and site of intercourse must be maintained. Indeed, they
should be counseled that the vagina must not be hindered in receiving
that which it was created to receive. Additionally, they should
be warned that intercourse must not be engaged in any perverse
manner, or in any unnatural way. Examples of perverse positions
are: intercourse approached from the back or side, by standing
or sitting, or if the husband is on his back." (p.166.)
a man is his incapacity to complete the act of intercourse. Physical
intercourse is completed when the man's ejaculation is received
into the vagina. To be more specific, intercourse must be for
the purpose of procreation only. Impotency is not the same for
women, however. A woman may be said to be unable to have successful
intercourse with a man because her vagina is too narrow to accept
his member, but that is not necessarily the case were she to have
intercourse with another man." (p.273.)
is noted that a woman may be defiled [i.e., experience orgasm
w/o proper intercourse] when the semen she receives flows outside
her genital area. Billuart alleges evidence of this when he writes:
For the woman, there is an intense gratification when, during
sex, she feels semen released." (Vol. iv., p.168.)
"When a wife
accuses herself in confession for refusing intercourse that she
is bound to perform, ask her if it is because she believes it
is her prerogative and right to do so." (Vol. vii., p.168.)
is under obligation to ask the penitent who confesses to have
sinned with a priest, or has been solicited by a priest for base
actions, whether that priest was her confessor, and if so, whether
he solicited her in a confessional." (Vol. vi., p.294.)
The reader may use
his or her imagination in filling in the blanks; i.e., how, with
this information, the lecherous priest could make overtures to
the unsatisfied wife.
Chiniquy quotes Liguori:
"That so-called Saint, Liguori, is not less diabolically
impure than Dens, in his questions to the women. But I will cite
only two of the things on which the spiritual physician of the
Pope must not fail to examine his spiritual patient:"
us ask, Is it always a mortal sin if a husband puts the vulva
of his wife into his mouth? I affirm it to be very sinful because
in this act dangerous defilement can occur due to the warmth of
the mouth. Besides, this bizarre sort of pleasure seems so obviously
to be against nature. This act is frequently called chewing
Sanchez condemns as mortal sin the act of a husband who, in the
act of intercourse, ejaculates his manhood into the inverted vagina
of his wife, because, as Sanchez states, In this manner there
is the disposition toward Sodomy." (Liguori, tom. Vi., p.935.)
Kenrick also directs
the confessors to probe wives, even the elderly:
"While in the
marriage act if a wife turns herself so as not to receive the
semen; or, if she rises up immediately after it has been received
for the purpose of expelling it, she sins mortally. However, it
isn't necessary for her to lie supine for a long time while the
womb draws in the semen. A short time will be sufficient because
the womb soon closes tightly."
(Vol. iii., p.317.)
spouses generally have intercourse without our finding any fault.
In their case, it is allowable for the semen to be expelled outside
the vagina. Indeed, this occurs accidentally because of the weakness
Not even Grandma
is safe from the prying eyes of the Roman lechers.
QUESTIONS ASKED YOUNG MEN
GIVEN AN OPEN DOOR FOR HOMOSEXUAL LIASONS
We quote Chiniquy:
"The celebrated Burchard, Bishop of Worms, has made a book
of the questions which had to be put by the confessors to their
penitents of both sexes. During several centuries it was the standard
book of the priests of Rome. Though that work today is very scarce,
Dens, Liguori, Debréyne, etc., etc., have ransacked its polluted
pages, and given them to modern day confessors to study, that
they might ask these same questions of their penitents. I will
select only a few questions asked by the Roman Catholic Bishop
to young men":
you fornicated alone, by yourself, as some are known to do? By
this I mean, have you sought pleasure by taking your manhood into
your hand, protracting the foreskin, then moving it vigorously
with your own hand, so that you ejaculate semen?"
you fornicated with another male between his thighs? By this I
mean, have you ever put your manhood between the thighs of the
other, and through vigorous movement ejaculated semen?"
you ever fornicated, as certain men are accustomed to do, by placing
your member into a wooden hole, or something similar, then, by
your movement, pleasure increases, resulting in your ejaculation?"
"Have you ever fornicated against nature; that is, by engaging
in intercourse with other men or with animals, such as a horse,
cow, donkey or some other animal? (Vol. i., p.136.)
The following is
the line of questioning Debréyne teaches confessors to ask young
they touched themselves to the point of defilement? When did they
do so? Why did they do so? In what way did they touch themselves?
For how long? Did it culminate in anything base? Or did they stop
short of defilement? Was the pleasure greater at the end then
it was at the beginning? Did they remain motionless as they felt
great carnal delight at the end? Did it result in their being
soaked?, and etc."
When one compares
this line of questioning with our modern day pornographic phone
sex toll calls, is there any difference? Yes, there is. Modern
day phone sex is not done in the name of Jesus Christ, nor are
sins forgiven after exchanging intimate details of one's sex life
with the 'confessor' on the other end of the line.
the fact that while pornography has become a major entertainment
industry for 21st century earth dwellers, such was
not the case in previous centuries. Explicit language, nudity,
open displays of sexuality of all kinds have numbed this generation's
conscience and sense of shame. This was not the case when Chiniquy
wrote in the 19th century. Puritanism and chastity
then ran deep through society. The questions asked by the confessors,
as shocking and unconscionable as they are now, were unimaginable
in previous eras.
Identified the Church of Rome as Mystery Babylon,
The Pope as the Beast
In the dedicatory
preface of his classic work, Fifty Years in the Church of Rome,
we read a dedication to the Freemasons of the United States
and of the Whole World!: "
in every human institution, the freemasons may have their weak
points. But the Christians owe them a debt of gratitude which
they will never be able to pay, in their long and successful efforts
to break the heavy and ignominious yoke of the Pope over
Italy and the whole world, under the name of 'King of Rome'? Freemasons!
Read these Fifty Years in the Church of Rome, and you will
learn that your providential work is not yet finished. The
seven-headed monster you have wounded and enchained in Rome
is at work here in America to forge new chains for this young
Republic. The United States are, more that ever, in need of your
wisdom and your devotedness to the interests of Liberty, Equality
to the Honest and Liberty-Loving People of the United States
is worth repeating: "Americans! You are sleeping on a
volcano, and you do not suspect it! You are pressing on your bosom
a viper which will bite you to death, and you do not know it.
Read this book, and you will see that Rome is the sworn, the most
implacable, the absolutely irreconcilable, and deadly enemy of
your schools, your institutions, your so dearly-bought rights
last dedication is To All the Faithful Ministers of the Gospel:
"Venerable Ministers of the Gospel! Rome is the great
danger ahead for the Church of Christ, and you do not understand
it enough. The atmosphere of light, honesty, truth, and holiness
since your infancy, makes it almost impossible for you to realise
the dark mysteries of idolatry, immorality, degrading slavery,
hatred of the Word of God, concealed behind the walls of modern
..[your] ignorance of Romanism becomes more
and more deplorable and fatal every day. It is ignorance which
paves the way to the triumph of Rome in a near future, if there
is not a complete change in your views on that subject. It is
that ignorance which paralyzes the arm of the Church of Christ,
and makes the glorious word 'Protestant' senseless, almost a dead
and ridiculous word. For who does really protest against Rome
to-day? - Where are those who sound the trumpet of alarm?
Protestants have not only forgotten what Rome was, what she is,
and what she will forever be: the most irreconcilable and powerful
enemy of the Gospel of Christ; but they consider her almost as
a branch of the Church whose corner-stone is Christ
Chiniquy Warns Rome
Will Persecute Again if Given the Chance
Thirty Attempts Had
Been Made on His Life
"Rome is the same to-day as she was
when she burned John Huss and Wishart, and when she caused 70,000
Protestants to be slaughtered in France, and 100,000 to be exterminated
in Piedmont and Italy." [Chiniquy quotes "an exact translation
of the doctrine of the Church of Rome as taught to-day in all
Roman Catholic seminaries, colleges and universities, through
the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas, vol. iv., p. 90"]:
"Though heretics must not be tolerated because they deserve
it, we must bear with them till, by the second admonition, they
may be brought back to the faith of the Church. But those who,
after a second admonition, remain obstinate to their errors, must
not only be excommunicated, but they must be delivered to the
secular power to be exterminated."
Chiniquy continues, "It is on account of this
law of the Church of Rome, which is to-day in full force, as it
was promulgated for the first time, that not less than thirty
public attempts have been made to kill me since my conversion."
 "Died 20 August, 1025
For the sake of
uniformity in all church matters he drew up a manual for the
instruction and guidance of young ecclesiastics, this is his
well-known "Collectarium canonum" or "Decretum"
in twenty books, a compilation of ecclesiastical law and moral
. For more than a century, until the publication
of the "Decretum" of Gratian (c. 1150), this was a
widely used practical guide of the clergy, often quoted as "Brocardus".
The nineteenth book, known as "Corrector, seu medicus",
was circulated frequently as a separate work and was esteemed
as a practical confessor's guide." (The Catholic Encyclopedia,
article, Burchard of Worms.)
 FRANCIS PATRICK KENRICK, (died 1863). Apparently
Chiniquy misspoke regarding Kenrick's bishopric. The Catholic
Encyclopedia states it was both Philadelphia and Baltimore.
"The chief literary works of Archbishop Kenrick were a
new translation of the Bible, with a commentary; a 'Moral and
Dogmatic Theology'; a 'Commentary on the Book of Job', 'The
Primacy of Peter', and letters to the Protestant bishops of
the United States on Christian unity," per the Encyclopedia.
 Died 1775. "He was always distinguished by
his simplicity, solid piety, and love for the poor, and above
all by his zeal for the moral and scientific training of the
clergy. " (Cath. Encyc.)
 St. Alphonsus Liguori, (died 1787), named "Doctor
of the Church." "His intercession healed the sick;
he read the secrets of hearts, and foretold the future
St. Alphonsus as a moral theologian occupies the golden mean
between the schools tending either to laxity or to rigour which
divided the theological world of his time
When the Saint
began to hear confessions, however, he soon saw the harm done
by rigorism, and for the rest of his life he inclined more to
the mild school of the Jesuit theologians, whom he calls 'the
masters of morals.' " (Cath. Encyc.) His classic
work, The Glories of Mary, is a blasphemy against the
true God, read and believed by Roman Catholics for centuries,
up to the present day.