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Wednesday, June 7, 2023

The pro-LGBT apostate James Martín blasphemes the Sacred Heart of Jesus again

Bergoglio-backed apostate James Martin continues to defy God's laws and contradict Church teachings.

Homosex: "Jesuit" Martin Blasphemes

Homosex: "Jesuit" Martin Blasphemes

Homosexualist James Martin, a "Jesuit", compared homosex propaganda on Twitter.com to the devotion to the Sacred Heart.

In June, Catholics celebrate the month of the Sacred Heart and people who engage in homosex sins celebrate "Pride Month", he writes, adding that homosex "Catholics" celebrate both because "one shows us how Jesus loves" and the other "shows us whom Jesus calls us to love today."

Tyler Bishop Strickland noted that “this blasphemy must stop” because Martin claims that mortal sins "are compatible with the Sacred Heart of Jesus" which "contradicts Christ's call to go and sin no more.”

Martin is a Francis buddy and adviser of the decadent Vatican.

By the way, there is no dignity in sin, that is why Christ came to destroy sin.
Scripture clearly teaches us that continuing to sin is from the Devil. Christ came to destroy the work of the devil.
Let him be accursed

By Thomas D. William, PH.D
Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a Catholic devotion centered on atonement and reparation to the Heart of Jesus for one’s personal sins and the sins of mankind.

For his part, Saint Paul warned of those who take pride in the shameful things they do, since this makes them “enemies of the cross of Christ.”
Father Martin, a vocal proponent of LGBTQ rights, has come under fire from Catholic prelates in past years for affirming immoral sexual behavior rather than calling people to repentance and conversion.

In 2018, Archbishop Charles Chaput called Father Martin out for speaking of “LGBTQ Catholics,” as if people’s sexual proclivities determine their identity as persons.

“There is no such thing as an ‘LGBTQ Catholic’ or a ‘transgender Catholic’ or a ‘heterosexual Catholic,’ as if our sexual appetites defined who we are,” Chaput said, “as if these designations described discrete communities of differing but equal integrity within the real ecclesial community, the body of Jesus Christ.”

What the Church holds to be true about human sexuality “is not a stumbling block,” he said. “It is the only real path to joy and wholeness.”

After the publication of Father Martin’s book, Building a Bridge (2017), in which Martin “calls the Church to a spirit of respect, compassion and sensitivity in dealing with persons with same-sex attraction,” Archbishop Chaput reproached the priest for failing to summon gay Catholics to “conversion,” rather than simply asking for “affirmation.”

What Father Martin’s book “regrettably lacks,” Chaput wrote at the time, is “an engagement with the substance of what divides faithful Christians from those who see no sin in active same-sex relationships.”

Chaput’s critique echoed other reviews of Father Martin’s book that pointed out the conspicuous absence of any clear statement of Christian sexual ethics as if he were embarrassed by it or simply disagrees with what his "own" Church teaches about homosexuality.

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