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Pope Francis gets the stamp of approval from Father James Martin, SJ:

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 7, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Vatican consultant and homosexual activist priest Fr. James Martin stated at a recent conference that Pope Francis has gone out of his way to appoint “gay-friendly” bishops and cardinals in the Catholic Church. 

Speaking at the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice 2018 in Washington D.C. on Saturday evening, the Jesuit priest and America magazine editor-at-large told students that “things are changing” in the Church regarding homosexuality under Francis’ watch.

“…Just look at what has happened in the last five years–since Pope Francis has been elected,” he said. 

“First of all, Pope Francis’s comments about LGBT people like ‘Who am I to judge’. His five most famous words were in response to questions about gay people, right? He’s the first pope to use the word ‘gay’, you know, in a sentence,” Martin continued.

 

Go here to read the rest.  The takeover of the Catholic Church by the Lavender Mafia proceeds apace.  How long before they make sodomy a sacrament?  This has about as much to do with Catholicism as political science has to do with science.   Of course all this occurs because the vast majority of Catholics who know this is a perversion of all that the Church stands for, both clergy and laity, sit supinely by the side and do nothing.  That is a worse betrayal of Christ then the betrayal engaged in by the deluded Father “Jim”, because at least we know better.

 

THE SECOND COMING

    Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
    Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.

    Surely some revelation is at hand;
    Surely the Second Coming is at hand.
    The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out
    When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi
    Troubles my sight: a waste of desert sand;
    A shape with lion body and the head of a man,
    A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
    Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
    Wind shadows of the indignant desert birds.

    The darkness drops again but now I know
    That twenty centuries of stony sleep
    Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
    And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
    Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?

William Butler Yeats

 

 

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9 Comments

  1. Thank you Philip. My sentiments exactly. There is no such thing as “gay-friendly”. Love is willing the good of the other. Performing sodomy for eternity in hell is boring, unproductive, and mindless. Perhaps Pope Francis and Fr. Martin will be the recipients of the sodomites’ lust.

  2. Well said. There is nothing friendly about confirming someone in their deadly confusion. There is certainly nothing fatherly. Neither Francis nor James Martin act like the spiritual fathers they claim to be. God will not be mocked.

  3. Somewhat related…I was home the other morning and happened across a morning talk program on the television.
    The host and co-host we’re praising the courage of an seven year old transgender boy cross dressing and being in drag. I almost vomited.
    Make-up, dress and hairstyle to convince himself and others that God made him a girl…. SEVEN years old.

    God have mercy on us.

    father of seven said it best…”God will not be mocked.”

    Be prepared, for the righteous man will be jailed and beaten for speaking the Truth. The insane will make policy.
    The unlawful will be praised.
    The vile will be honored and celebrated.

    When these abominations are commonplace we few will take comfort in the realization that we are Christians and the Truth will accompany us during these trials. We will suffer but it will be glorious in His eyes. The conversion of the Roman Empire was seeded by the blood spilt by the hands of pagans…the blood of the first century Martyrs.

    This time will come.
    Not sure when but I believe it will come.

  4. Aristotle, as usual, has something good to say on the subject:-

    “others are morbid states [νοσηματώδεις – from Νόσημα = sickness, disease, plague] resulting from custom, e.g. the habit of plucking out the hair or of gnawing the nails, or even coals or earth, and in addition to these, sexual intercourse between men ; for these arise in some by nature and in others, as in those who have been the victims of lust from childhood, from habit.”.
    [Nicomachean Ethics Book 7:5] [Arist Eth Nic 1148b 27-30]

    Here, as so often, St Thomas follows Aristotle closely (S.T. I-II, Q. 31, Art. 7, cor.)

    With his rather bizarre examples of nail-biting and eating coal or earth – all essentially futile or pointless activities – I believe Aristotle is making an important point that runs all through his ethical thinking. The good choice, “This – being such – is to be done,” is intelligible, because intelligent; the bad choice is, ultimately unintelligible. True enough, we can often trace its causes to instinctive or dispositional factors, but it remains logically incoherent. Such behaviours have causes, not reasons.

  5. Bergoglio and Martin are notorious for what they are. Bergoglio is a documented heretic. Amoris Latetia, praise of Communism and McCarrick and Martin doing what they want process the point. God will not be mocked and neither Bergoglio nor Martin can change God’s law. They will have to learn that the hard way.

  6. “Bergoglio is a documented heretic.”

    Possibly. But only if failing to teach clearly is heresy. The problem with Pope Francis isn’t that he teaches ideas in contradiction to the deposit of faith; it’s that he doesn’t teach anything clearly. He just spits out ideas to see where they splatter, to paraphrase the Duke, and lets the scrum begin, to mix the metaphor.

  7. Ernst Schreiber wrote, “The problem with Pope Francis isn’t that he teaches ideas in contradiction to the deposit of faith; it’s that he doesn’t teach anything clearly.”

    One recalls Wittgenstein’s question: “But is a blurred concept a concept at all?”—Is an indistinct photograph a picture of a person at all? Is it even always an advantage to replace an indistinct picture by a sharp one? Isn’t the indistinct one often exactly what we need? Frege compares a concept to an area and says that an area with vague boundaries cannot be called an area at all. This presumably means that we cannot do anything with it.—But is it senseless to say: “Stand roughly there”?

    Again, “If someone were to draw a sharp boundary I could not acknowledge it as the one that I too always wanted to draw, or had drawn in my mind. For I did not want to draw one at all. His concept can then be said to be not the same as mine, but akin to it. The kinship is that of two pictures, one of which consists of colour patches with vague contours, and the other of patches similarly shaped and distributed, but with clear contours. The kinship is just as undeniable as the difference.”

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