Skip to comments.[Catholic Caucus] Pope meets with Jesuit targeted by right for gay outreach
Posted on 09/30/2019 10:44:51 AM PDT by ebb tide
Pope Francis met privately Monday with an American Jesuit who has been attacked by conservative U.S. Catholics for reaching out to gays, the latest evidence of Francis' willingness to shrug off right-wing criticism for the sake of his pastoral priorities.
The Vatican listed the audience with the Rev. James Martin among the pope's daily activities, in a sign that Francis wanted it publicized. Since only some of Francis' private meetings are announced, the implicit message was a public vote of confidence in Martin's ministry.
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Heretic and sodomite.
Outreach to Sinners - Good
Calling Evil Good, very Bad
Not being able to enter Kingdom of God, not worth any cost
Beyond sad. Sorry but judgment by decent people is necessary and warranted.
Martin is preaching heresy.
IMHO, the chances are high he’s also a practicing homosexual. The Jesuit order in the USA is filled with them.
Martin is homo and has a partner. Pushing lgbtq on the Church for many years before this pope. That’s well known and documented.
Essentially, despite the smiley faces, this meeting and the photo is the Lavender Mafia flexing its muscles.
Keep in mind, Francis allowed no photos when he met Kim Davis, who refused to sign homo marriage certificates.
Let’s be clear on the difference between “outreach” and “promotion”/”endorsement” and PARTICIPATION!
Jesuit Pope, notorious leader of Vatican Lavender Mafia, meets with
notorious Jesuit and grandstanding homosexual to talk over how to change the Catechism of the Catholic Church in order to legalize sodomy and allow Martin to marry his bishop boyfriend.
Pope Francis is an unholy slob and not a man of God. Anybody in a position that might affect the faith of the people who would meet with Father James Martin publicly has no business in that office. I cannot wait until God decides to remove him for the sake of the faithful. In the meantime, just maintain your faith and pay no attention to Pope Francis.
Amen and second it.
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