The Roman Catholic Church, which is at its breaking point with mounting pressure from the homosexual lobby for LGBTQ inclusion in the Church, appears to be shifting and riding the waves with mixed messages from the pope. In recent months, the pope appears to have been inconclusive on the Church’s stance, endorsing gay children as “children of God” while at the same time, barring same-sex unions, stating that the Church cannot “bless” sin.
Yet, the pope has mollycoddled gays and gay activists over his tenure as the high priest of the Harlot Church of Rome conducting a mass with a lesbian Anglican priestess and appointing a gay activist to oversee the Catholic education system.
Now, the pope has personally endorsed the ministry of the pro-LGBTQ Jesuit priest, James Martin, for his support of gay Catholics, with a hand-written letter to Martin, praising him for his “pastoral” work and urging him to continue in this way. The letter reads, in part:
I want to thank you for your pastoral zeal and your ability to be close to people, with the closeness that Jesus had, and which reflects the closeness of God. Our Heavenly Father comes close with love to each one of his children, each and every one. His heart is open to each and every one. He is a Father.
Thinking about your pastoral work, I see that you are continually seeking to imitate this style of God. You are a priest for all men and women, just as God is a Father for all men and women. I pray for you to continue in this way.
Now, keep in mind that James Martin is one of the most pro-homosexual Catholic priests in our modern culture and has even won the LGBTQ Leadership Award. He is a friend and promoter of gay “pastor” Brandan Robertson and regularly appears with him and promotes his book, The Gospel of Inclusion. And Martin also tweeted out an image of a “gay Jesus” driving money changers out of the temple. Besides the false gospel of the Roman Catholic Church, Martin takes blasphemy and idolatry to an unprecedented level.
And that’s who the pope has praised and endorsed.
Below an image of the handwritten letter and below that is the full translation.