Even though, out of one side of his mouth, he condemns gender theory and speaks about the attacks on marriage and the family, out of the other side of his mouth, he calls these two psychologically and spiritually disturbed human persons, "married."
The story of this "couple" going to Rome to visit the Pope is about a year so old. He chose the latest aeroplane interview to raise the issue of these poor souls after a question regarding his remarks on gender theory.
We don't need to have our beliefs insulted by Bergoglio that we are to treat individual with respect and not throw eggs at them or scream, "you're going to Hell." We get that. We always did!
But don't insult our intelligence by trying to convince us that these two suffering souls are married or that both of them are not, women. Stop treating the Catholic faithful as if we are idiots. What a disgusting and deplorable action on the part of this Bergoglio. Our Lord Jesus Christ would have dined with these two poor souls and told them to repent. He would most certainly not affirmed them in their sin and their delusion.
Bergoglio either thinks we are stupid, or he's a hypocrite. Or, he's suffering from a delusion not all together different from these two. He could also just be evil.
Well, I know the readers of this blog are not stupid, so I guess we know.
Bishops, Cardinals, how long will you put up with this insanity?
Or are you still looking for these?
From the good people at LifeSiteNews:
Pope Francis calls woman with sex-change operation a ‘man’ and calls partners ‘married’
October 3, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Despite the Vatican’s assertion that a so-called sex-change surgery does not alter the sex of a person, Pope Francis has nevertheless chosen to refer to a woman who underwent a sex-change operation as a “man,” and also referred to her as having “married” another woman and admitted to receiving them in the Vatican last year.
As with most of his most controversial remarks, the statements came during an in-flight press scrum. On October 2, on his return flight from his papal visit to Georgia and Azerbaijan, the Pope referred to a woman who “felt like a man” but “was physically a young woman.” After a sex-change surgery in her twenties, Pope Francis said, “he got married.”
Josh McElwee, National Catholic Reporter: Thank you, Holy Father. In that same speech yesterday in Georgia, you spoke, as in so many other countries, about gender theory, saying that it is a great enemy and a threat against marriage. But, I would like to ask you, what would you say to someone who has struggled with their sexuality for years and feels that there is truly a problem of biology, that his aspect doesn't correspond to what he or she feels is their sexual identity. You, as a pastor and minister, how would you accompany these people?