Mrs Mary Stachowicz was a 51-year-old mother of four children who was murdered in Chicago on November 13th 2002.
Her name, unlike that of Matthew Shepard, is not a household word. But it should be, because Mary, unlike Matthew Shepard, was the victim of a genuine hate crime. She was brutally murdered by a homosexual fanatic. A gay-extremist viciously attacked her, killed her, mutilated her body and then hid the remains under his floorboards. Why? Because she tried to help him.
Mary Stachowicz worked as a translator and part-time secretary to Roman Catholic Bishop Thomas Paprocki, in Springfield, Chicago. Working alongside her was a young man called Nicholas Gutierrez, who told her he was “gay”. He was a promiscuous homosexual who had relations with a number of different boys. In fact he was a gay activist who demanded that Mary “affirm” his lifestyle. When he brought up the topic of his homosexuality, Mary asked him why he was making that choice. Since Nicholas was only 19 years old, Mary thought he was still young enough to alter his behaviour. She could see that he was in a way of life that brought many risks and little hope of long-term happiness.
Mary was a gentle and devout person who assumed that, as an older person addressing a teenager, her advice would at least be listened to and respected. So she simply asked him, “Why do you sleep with boys, and not a girl?”
His reaction was terrifying. Nicholas Gutierrez flew into a filthy, violent rage. He totally lost all control and he punched her, kicked her, raped her, stabbed her multiple times and strangled her to death. He put a plastic garbage bag over her head to make sure that she suffocated. Then he stuffed her mangled body into a hiding place in his apartment, underneath the floorboards. Learning of her disappearance, Mary’s colleagues held a prayer-meeting, and Gutierrez attended it hypocritically, saying nothing, When the body was found he confessed all this to the police.
Gutierrez’s trial took five years, and he was not convicted of murder until 2007. The defence repeatedly tried to suggest that Mary had attacked him, or that Gutierrez had some family history of violence to justify his behavior. Queers are always trying to make out they are the victims! But neither allegation would stick. Everybody who knew Mary witnessed that she had been a gentle, kind and caring person who always tried to help others.
“She was a very intense person concerned about the good of the parish always seeking things for the poor as well as the spiritual welfare of people,”said Rev. Francis Rog of St. Hyacinth Catholic Church.
Finally Gutierrez was convicted and got a life sentence. In court, Gutierrez argued that he was not guilty of the rape because “the crime of sexual assault requires that the State prove that the victim was alive at the time of the sexual acts.” The court rejected this claim, which seems to be nothing but a confession of disgusting necrophilia.
Mary’s murder was virtually ignored by the queer-controlled media. A Google search on the Internet for the name ‘Matthew Shepard’ at one time produces nearly twelve MILLION results, but a search for the name of Mary Stachowicz produces only 26,000. And the claim that Matthew Shepard was murdered because he was homosexual is an absolute lie. It is dishonest LGBT propaganda. The media has fed the public a picture completely opposite to the truth.
Mary Stachowicz’s story tells us a lot about the dangers of letting homosexuals get too powerful. They are bullies, and they are disturbed people. Many of them are violent and a danger to society as well as to themselves. Mary’s story should be taught to children in schools instead of the toxic lies of “gay ” history week.
According to a report from the Culture and Family Institute, weblog postings after the murder were full of anti-Christian hate statements.
“I really don’t feel sorry for her. She paid a very steep price for being an arrogant religious fascist. Too bad for her,” said “Iris” in a posting on the ACLU Online Forum.
“Maybe this will give pause to other people who similarly try to ‘help’ homosexuals,” said “Silence Dogood” on the same forum.
Queer blogger James Wagner, wrote: ‘The woman who did such great evil is dead, but unfortunately the evil and the church and the society which creates it is not, and it will continue to destroy Nicholas Gutierrez and many others. I shake, safely sitting here at home, fully understanding, and fully familiar with, the horrible impact her words must have had.” What a twisted mind!
Regional media outlets reported on the attack, but notably left out words such as “gay” or “homosexual.”
PHOENIX, June 5, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In what is being acknowledged even by liberal Catholics as a courageous move, Springfield, IL Bishop Thomas Paprocki debated dissident nun Sr. Jeannine Gramick on the topic of gay “marriage” before a decidedly gay-friendly crowd on Friday. In a shocking revelation in his opening remarks, the bishop told the crowd that his former secretary was brutally murdered by a gay activist simply for suggesting that he change his lifestyle…
Bishop Paprocki began his address to the crowd powerfully noting the media discrepancy in covering the Matthew Shepard murder and that of his own former secretary, a mother of four, who was killed by a homosexual man for urging him to change his gay lifestyle.
“A Google search on the Internet for the name ‘Matthew Shepard’ at one time produced 11,900,000 results,” said the bishop. “Matthew Shepard was a 21-year-old college student who was savagely beaten to death in 1998 in Wyoming. His murder has been called a hate crime because Shepard was gay.”
A similar search on the Internet for the name “Mary Stachowicz” yielded 26,800 results. In 2002, Mary Stachowicz was also brutally murdered, but the circumstances were quite different.
Mary, the gentle, devout 51-year-old Catholic mother of four urged her co-worker, Nicholas Gutierrez, 19, to change his gay lifestyle. Infuriated by this, as he later told police, he allegedly beat, stabbed and strangled her to death and then stuffed her mangled body in a crawl space in his apartment, located above a Chicago funeral home, where they both worked.
I know about Mary Stachowicz, not from the Internet, but personally, because Mary was my secretary at the parish where I was pastor before I was named a Bishop.
She worked part time at the funeral home and part time at the parish. One afternoon, she didn’t show up at her usual starting time. This was unusual because she was always on time. A call to the funeral home disclosed that her car was still in their parking lot and her purse with her car keys was still at her desk, but there was no sign of Mary.
As Mary’s family and friends prayed and worried about her disappearance, Gutierrez prayed with them. Three days later, her mutilated body was discovered in a crawl space in his apartment.
Both murders were senseless and brutal, and I condemn them both unequivocally. However, the fact that there are over eleven and a half million more Internet stories about Matthew Shepard than Mary Stachowicz indicates where popular sentiment lies today on the question of same-sex relationships. Shepard’s story has received such widespread attention because his homosexuality was the chief motive for his murder.[NB This has been disproved – see previous post.]
Mary’s murder was widely ignored by the media, despite the fact that she died as a martyr for her faith.
Posted on June 7, 2013