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Pope Francis's Gay Agenda

Pope Francis strolls hand in hand with the anti-gangster and gay rights advocate Fr. Luigi Ciotti.


On September 1, Crux reported that Pope Francis said:

"Let's call unions between the same sex 'civil unions.'"
(Crux, "'I consulted a psychoanalyst,' Pope Francis reveals in new book," September 1, 2017)

The gay/lesbian dissenting New Ways Ministry said:

"Pope Francis has never, as pontiff, stated his endorsement of civil unions so flatly. (He did support civil unions as a compromise to his opposition towards marriage equality... As pontiff, he did make a ambiguous statement about civil unions...)."
(New Way Ministry Bondings 2.0 Blog, "Pope Francis Allows for Civil Unions for Lesbian and Gay Couples," September 2, 2017)

The gay movement New Way Ministry endorsed Francis's apparent endorsement of the civil unions of cohabiting homosexual couples.

On June 3, 2003 the then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, head of the Congregation …

Racist: Pope Francis & His Supporters?

If any other international world leader besides Pope Francis had so publicly disrespected and rebuked the highest ranking Black African member of his administration, the headlines would probably be:

Is Pope Francis a Racist?

In two years, Francis has twice publicly disrespected and humiliated Cardinal Robert Sarah according to Vatican expert Marco Tosatti:

"This is a calculated humiliation of Cardinal Sarah." ( First Things, "The War Against Cardinal Sarah," October 13, 2017)

The Pope's inner circle leaked the so-called private papal letter to the high tech media for the specific purpose of bringing about a "calculated humiliation" of the Black African Cardinal.

What was the motivation for the "high-tech lynching for" a "uppity" Black?

It is well known that a good part of the papal inner circle is homosexual.

Vatican expert Sandro Magister said Francis has a "number of homosexual priests in the inner circle of his closest col…

Francis's Death Penalty Tactic: More Abortions, Denial of Moral Law & Objective Truth?

Pope Francis has a new game plan that includes the new tactic of precise unambiguous language.

The old plan was to use ambiguous language to allow sexual intrinsically evil acts.

In the new plan, Francis is saying the death penalty is an intrinsically evil act in precise unambiguous language, it appears, to possibly negate natural moral law.

Dr. Joseph Shaw at the Lifesitenew  and S. Armaticus at the Deus Machina blog made the same observation on Francis's new language:

-Shaw: "The Pope speaks in this address with a level of technical precision not always to be found in his remarks.'

-Armaticus: "Since May, the 'literary construct' used by Francis to express the above thought has undergone a metamorphosis. In grammatical terms, one can say improvement. What has happened is that Francis has reduced the level of ambiguity.'

If what Dr. Shaw, Edward Feser and Armaticus are saying below is true then the new plan is to possibly bring about more abortions while…

Pope Francis, Ted Bundy and the Rosary

Does Pope Francis think that the death penalty is worst than what Ted Bundy did?

Bundy was a serial murderer and rapist who, also, tortured the victims and even engaged in necrophilia with their bodies.

In 2015, Francis gave his approved to the following quote:

"To kill a murderer is a punishment incomparably worst than the crime itself." (edwardfeser.blogspot, "The curious case of Pope Francis and the 'new natural lawyers,'" June 3, 2017)

If Ted Bundy had not received the death penalty and was instead given a sentence of life imprisonment, would Pope Francis want Bundy set free?

In 2014, Francis said:

"A life sentence is just a death penalty in disguise." (edwardfeser.blogspot, "The curious case of Pope Francis and the"' new natural lawyers,'" June 3, 2017)

Pray the rosary for Francis because something appears to be wrong with the poor man if he wants to free dangerous criminals and serial predators from prison.

Extreme ca…

Schonborn: Commit Adultery as long as your Ignorant, Pathologically Disordered & Externally Pressured is Teaching of Catechism

Cardinal Christoph Schonborn said:

"The struggle over 'Amoris Laetitia' would be much more peaceful if the critics studied the Catechism." (Religion Digital, October 15, 2017)

Schonborn thinks that AL's admitting of sexually active public adulterers to Holy Communion is in the teachings of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Let's see what the Catechism says of adultery:

2380: "Christ condemns even adultery of mere desire. The sixth commandment and the New Testament forbid adultery absolutely."

What part of "forbid adultery absolutely" does Schonborn not understand?

The Cardinal must be thinking of part IV:

1859: " Mortal sin requires full knowledge and complete consent."

1860: "Unintentional ignorance can diminish or even remove the imputability of a grave offense. But no one is deemed to be ignorant of the principles of the moral law, which are written in the conscience of every man. The promotings of feelings and passi…

Francis Joke: Death Penalty is Intrinsically Evil Act even though I Eliminated Intrinsically Evil Acts

This is funny. I'm laughing.

The National Catholic Register's J.D. Flynn, with a straight face, yesterday wrote that the Pope is developing doctrine on the death penalty:

Francis in saying "the death penalty 'is in itself contrary to the Gospel'... evoked the theological concept of 'intrinsically evil acts.'"

Flynn isn't up in the newest development in doctrine.

This week, the Pope's confidant Antonio Spadaro confirmed, what philosopher Josef Seifert said of Amoris Laetitia (303), that Francis has eliminated intrinsically evil acts.

The National Catholic Reporter, on October 6, quotes Spadaro:

"We must conclude that the Pope realizes that one can no longer speak of an abstract category of persons and... praxis of integration in a rule that is absolutely to be followed in every instance."

The Register is behind the times.

Francis eliminated intrinsically evil acts so the death penalty can't be an intrincically evil act.

That is i…