Pope Francis’ General Audience: Pope Francis’ advice on how to cultivate hopeROME REPORTS in English
Published on Sep 20, 2017
, SEPTEMBER 20,2017
The Los Angeles Times recently published an approving article about schools’ introducing kindergartners to gender dysphoria (otherwise known as transgenderism). This topic has been much in the news lately, especially after a California charter school—without notifying parents—held a “gender-reveal ceremony” for a confused little boy. The teacher then read to the other children, now confused as well but for other reasons, from a book written by a dysphoric teenager. The Times thinks this is all fine because “experts” from the radical Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) say it is.
In a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September 6, Feinstein challenged the faith of Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s nominee to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The Democratic senator famously said, “I think in your case, professor when you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern.”
In a Sunday interview on CNN, the senior senator from California responded to accusations of anti-Catholicism. “I am a product of Catholic education,” she began, adding that she “sat in doctrine classes for four years, five days a week” at Convent of the Sacred Heart High School in San Francisco.
Author of ‘Building a Bridge,” James Martin, S.J. shares insight on how the Catholic Church can form a better relationship with the LGBTQ community.
When the latest book by the Rev. James Martin, one of Catholicism’s most well-known advocates for legitimizing homosexual activity, hit the shelves, it immediately caused an uproar within the Catholic Church, setting priest against priest and even bishop against bishop.
In “Building a Bridge,” published in June by HarperCollins Publishers, the Jesuit priest calls on Catholics to embrace the LGBTQ community and treat people with “respect, compassion and sensitivity.” While long known for his support of the LGBTQ community, his book intensified an increasingly rancorous debate within the Catholic Church over whether its millennia-old proscription against homosexual activity should be changed. [21st Century Fox and HarperCollins parent News Corp share common ownership.]
Who is Mary according to Scripture? http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2014/12/02/mariology-who-is-mary-according-to-scripture/
Father James Martin seems to be implying that the Blessed Mother was a lesbian. In a Facebook tirade posted Tuesday, the pro-gay priest urged Catholics to call their local bishops to complain about so-called hate groups like Church Militant in order to silence them, closing his exhortation by referring to the Holy Spirit as “She.”
“Hope in the Holy Spirit,” Martin wrote. “Things can always improve. And the Holy Spirit knows what She’s doing.”
by Trey Elmore • ChurchMilitant.com • September 20, 2017
DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) – Father James Martin is saying that chastity is not required of homosexuals. In a video posted on YouTube on September 20, the Jesuit claims the Church’s teaching on chastity is not binding on the consciences of the faithful because it has not been “received” by the people. It’s a denial of the infallible teaching authority of the Catholic Church in matters of both faith and morals.
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