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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

BREAKING: Homosexualist Jesuit, Fr. James Martin tries to distort Pope's meeting with Kim Davis

Just how homosexualist are so many of these Jesuits? As I predicted, these men are feeling great cognitive dissonance, hence they are now trying to spin the Pope's meeting with Kim Davis to fit their graven image they have created of the Pope. 

Fr. James Martin S.J., a celebrity Jesuit priest, is distinguishing himself in distorting, downplaying and fantasizing about how and what happened when the two met. What Fr. Martin really has in mind is to try to ensure that the homosexualist agenda is not derailed. The lie that Pope Francis is a homosexualist must be maintained. But, it is nothing but a lie. But then, what can we expect from a man who endorses a militant homosexual as a Lector at a Papal Mass?

Fr. Martin mocks Kim Davis' religious beliefs making a big to-do that she is not Catholic and holds heretical views. Well, at least she has the courage of her convictions. It is certainly the height of irony for Fr. Martin to be concerned with heresy.

A screenshot from the Twitter account of the Editor-in-chief of "The Jesuit Post" 

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Salt and light are pushing martin's post. They conveniently ignore what the pope said about conscience on flight home

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your all your hard work and especially your dedication in exposing all of those who want to harm the Church. As just an ordinary person in the pews, I would never have known any of this had I not started reading blogs like yours and Vox Cantoris. It is shocking to read about priests who hold views that run so counter to the Faith.

Anonymous said...

If a priest holds a view that "run counter to the faith", would Francis advise them to "stay strong" if they exposed those views from the pulpit or in the confessional? Does "conscientious objection" extend to priests who think Church teaching is wrong?

Barona said...

Since the Faith is objective and not subjective a Pope would deal with views that ran counter to the faith in the manner that a good teacher would deal with a student in grade one who believed 2 and 2 is five. No sane person would consider it good form to permit "a conscientious objection" with regards to mathematics. Nor would a sane man or woman hold that two men can marry or that water and oil mix, and so on.