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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Apostate James Martin Slams Bergoglio Claims his comments against homosexual priests and religious are 'wrong and hurtful'




DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) - Jesuit homosexualist Fr. James Martin is criticizing the Pope for calling homosexuality "fashionable."
On Monday, Martin posted a tweet declaring Pope Francis' comment "wrong and hurtful," adding, "It goes against every reputable psychiatrist and, more important, the experience of LGBT people."
His tweet is in response to comments Pope Francis made in an October interview released this week where he commented, "In our societies, it even seems homosexuality is fashionable. And this mentality, in some way, also influences the life of the church."

Pope Francis went on to say that men and women with ingrained homosexual tendencies "should not be accepted into the ministry or consecrated life," adding, "The issue of homosexuality is a very serious issue that must be adequately discerned from the beginning with the candidates."
While the Catholic Church teaches that same-sex inclinations are not sinful in itself, it teaches that the inclination is intrinsically "disordered" and that same-sex genital acts are intrinsically sinful — meaning the act is sinful no matter what and that no good can be derived from it.


While Martin touts himself as a faithful priest, echoing the Pope's opinion on things like immigration and global warming, he dissents from the Church's teaching on homosexuality.
In fact, he allies himself with organizations like New Ways Ministry which has specifically been condemned by the U.S. Catholic bishops and the Vatican. He has also been commanded by his Jesuit superiors to be silent on his own sexuality.
Martin also discounts the testimony of people who repent and convert from the sin of homosexuality, saying they are are in "conflict" with themselves and don't live a fully "integrated" life.
He also praises and promotes parish-based LGBT ministries like Out at St. Paul, a group at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in New York. The group recently spoke of notorious homosexual predator Harvey Milk as a saint.

Matthew 5:37 Let your word be ‘Yes, Yes’ or ‘No, No’; anything more than this comes from the evil one.


St. Anthony of Padua: "Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak." 

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Yayo Grassi: “When the gay marriage law was being discussed in the Senate in Argentina, I read on the internet that then-Cardinal Bergoglio was very much against it and that he had said really painful and hateful things about the approval of the law. I was very surprised. I was very surprised more than anything else because knowing him, and knowing how much love there is in his heart, it was difficult for me to understand that he would do such a hateful thing. . . 
Cardinal Bergoglio replied to Grassi’s letter in two days. He first asked forgiveness because of the hurt his former student felt and continued, as paraphrased by Grassi:
“Believe me I never said any of those things. The press picked up from two letters that I sent to the nuns asking them not to give any kind of opinion on this, and they were distorted and they were put as my words.”
“[Bergoglio] ends his letter, besides asking me to pray for him as he always does, saying, ‘Yayo, believe me, in my pastoral work, there is no place for homophobia.’ 







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