Bergoglio promotes the acceptance of homosexuality and the abomination of transgenderism, in defiance of Catholic morality and in rejection of God's Law.
The unrepentant transvestite homosexuals join Bergoglio in his rebellion against God.
After his June 22 Audience, the Argentinean pro-gay activist Jorge Mario Bergoglio, (who pretends to be Pope), met six transvestites – one Italian and five foreigners.
TIA: When the (homosexual transvestite) gave the (Pro Gay) book (The Invisible Girl – La Bambina Invisible –) to Francis, "he [Bergoglio] took it and told me, 'Brave girl, you did well writing your story.' Then, he recommended that I always be myself and not to let myself be impressed by prejudices of the Church. ... I felt myself welcomed, taken by the hand and embraced."
The (homosexual transvestite) explained to Fanpage what happened during the audience: "We met with a sister and a priest at the Vatican who are part of the National TRANSition Group of LGBT+ Christians – a project of La Tenda di Gionata. The Pope received each one of us and I was the first. To give him my book was a dream come true."
Bergoglio's Apostasy in action
He continued: "He [the Pope] did not want me to kneel, he held my hand and when I presented myself as a transgender girl he responded that he did not care who I was, that we all have one Father, as if he wanted to tell me, 'you are my sister.'"
In Argentina Jorge Bergoglio promoted sacrilegious communion for homosexual couples and adulterers (for example, he allowed sacrilegious communion and the desecration of the sacraments of the transvestite Roberto Trinidad and his homosexual partner), supported civil unions for homosexual couples and homosexual adoptions. The Magisterium of the Church decreed in perpetuity that the elevation of a heretic is invalid and null.
We repeat it again: Bergoglio's Apostasy has its roots in Argentina.
Leonardo Boff: "Pope Francis is much more liberal than what is supposed." "A couple of months ago, for instance, he expressly approved that a homosexual couple adopt a child. He is in touch with priests who have been repudiated by the official church because they got married. And, most importantly, he did not let himself be separated from his conviction that we must be on the side of the poor," the former priest says.
In his Marxist class struggle Bergoglio singles out unrepentant sinners as "poor" and the Church and God as the "oppressors".
"He now is the pope and he can do whatever he wants. Many will be surprised with what Francis will do. In order to do this, a rupture with traditions will be needed, to leave behind the corrupt Vatican curia to give way to a universal church," Boff said in an interview published by German magazine Der Spiegel.
|The apostate James Martin sharing a tweet of his Marxist leader.
I The concept of liberation theology and its origins and preconditions
These preliminary remarks have brought us right to the heart of the subject, without, however, dealing with the central question: what is liberation theology?
Initially we said that liberation theology intends to supply a new total interpretation of the Christian reality; it explains Christianity as a praxis of liberation and sees itself as the guide to this praxis. However, since in its view all reality is political, liberation is also a political concept and the guide to liberation must he a guide to political action:
"Nothing lies outside ... political commitment. Everything has a political color." A theology that is not "practical"; i.e., not essentially political, is regarded as "idealistic" and thus as lacking in reality, or else it is condemned as a vehicle for the oppressors' maintenance of power.
A theologian who has learned his theology in the classical tradition and has accepted its spiritual challenge will find it hard to realize that an attempt is being made, in all seriousness, to recast the whole Christian reality in the categories of politico-social liberation praxis. This is all the more difficult because many liberation theologians continue to use a great deal of the Church's classical ascetical and dogmatic language while changing its signification. As a result, the reader or listener who is operating from a different background can gain the impression that everything is the same as before, apart from the addition of a few somewhat unpalatable statements, which, given so much spirituality, can scarcely be all that dangerous.