Thursday, August 10, 2017

Bergoglio appointed the Brazilian pro gay bishop.

Antônio Carlos Cruz Santos was appointed by Bergoglio in 2014 
CAICO, Brazil, August 10, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Brazilian bishop who called homosexuality a “gift from God” in a homily defended his words by saying his intention was to “save lives” and help “overcome prejudices that kill.”
But Daniel Mattson, a same-sex-attracted Catholic and author of the recently released Ignatius Press book "Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay," says the bishop’s words will do the opposite.
“If homosexuality is a gift, and therefore it’s good, then why is it not good to act upon it?” he told LifeSiteNews.
“There’s a logical inconsistency there that’s going to lead to a lot of confusion, especially for young people, which will actually lead to more damage. Because when they live outside God’s plan for human sexuality, that always leads to unhappiness and despair.”

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The German Benedictine abbess, Hildegard of Bingen, warned that in the time of the son of perdition: “Heresies will be such, that heretics will be able to preach openly and in complete assurance of their erroneous beliefs.”

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