Monday, 3 October 2016

Pope Francis confuses himself over gender theory and same-sex, so-called "marriage." Frankly, he thinks you're an idiot!

Even though the human person on the left of the Bishop of Rome is a woman, the Pope calls her a man.


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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?


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From the good people at LifeSiteNews:

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pope-francis-calls-woman-with-sex-change-operation-a-man-and-calls-partners 

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.”

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 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?

Pope Francis: First of all: in my life as a priest and bishop, even as Pope, I have accompanied people with homosexual tendencies, I have also met homosexual persons, accompanied them, brought them closer to the Lord, as an apostle, and I have never abandoned them.

People must be accompanied as Jesus accompanies them, when a person who has this condition arrives before Jesus, Jesus surely doesn't tell them "go away because you are homosexual."

What I said concerns that wickedness which today is done in the indoctrination of gender theory. A French father told me that he was speaking with his children at the table, he and his wife were Catholics, "rosewater Catholics," real Catholics! And he asked his 10-year-old son: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" — "A girl." The father realized that in the school books they were teaching him gender theory. And this is against the natural things.

One thing is that a person has this tendency, this condition and there are those who even change their sex, but it's another thing to teach this in schools in order to change the mentality. This is what I call ideological colonization.

Last year I received a letter from a Spaniard who told me his story as a child, a young man, he was a girl, a girl who suffered so much because he felt he felt like a boy, but was physically a girl. He told his mother and the mom…(the girl) was around 22 years old said that she would like to do the surgical intervention and all of those things. And the mother said not to do it while she was still alive. She was elderly and she died soon after. She had the surgery and an employee of a ministry in the city of Spain went to the bishop, who accompanied (this person) a lot. Good bishop. I spent time accompanying this man.

Then (the man) got married, he changed his civil identity, got married and wrote me a letter saying that for him it would be a consolation to come with his wife, he who was she, but him! I received them: they were happy and in the neighborhood where he lived there was an elderly priest in his 80s, an elderly pastor who left the parish and helped the sisters in the parish. And there was the new (priest). When the new one he would yell from the sidewalk: 'you'll go to hell!' When (the new priest) came across the old one, he would say: 'How long has it been since you confessed? Come, come, let's to so that I can confess you and you can receive communion.' Understood?

Life is life and things must be taken as they come. Sin is sin. And tendencies or hormonal imbalances have many problems and we must be careful not to say "It's all the same, let's go party." No, this no. But each case, receive it, accompany it, study it, discern it and integrate it. This is what Jesus would do today!

Please don't say: "The Pope sanctifies transgenders." Please, eh! Because I see the covers of the papers.

Is there any doubt as to what I said? I want to be clear! It's a moral problem. It's a human problem. And it must be resolved in whatever way is best, always with the mercy of God, with the truth, as we said in the case of marriage, by reading all of Amoris Laetitia, but always with openness, always with an open heart. And don't forget that column carving in Vézelay — it's very beautiful, eh! Very beautiful.

6 comments:

Mike Hurcum said...

Ask any psychiatrist and this Pope is mildly manic and should be om some kind of meds. He needs pity and prayers so he seeks treatment.

Kathleen1031 said...

My brain itches. He's fatiguing my synapses.

JayBee said...

Accompaniment of course is commendable! The problem: accompanying people on a twisted path that rejects their God-given human body, wallows in psychobabble and confusion, indulges perversion, destroys their family, defies God, and finally ends with physical mutilation and a burden of life-long self-deceit.

We have mastered the medical "miracle" of corrupting a human body so that it's neither male nor female to indulge the ultimate vanity. When do we get the follow-up studies revealing if these transgenders end up in a chain of serial monogamy, or with anti-social kids, or alone in despair at their deaths?

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

When Begoglio says that he "accompanied" a person, what exactly is he saying he did? When he accompanied a homosexual, brought him close to the Lord, what specific actions did he undertake? If the homosexual was a Catholic, he accepted Church teaching on homosexuality as intrinsically disordered. Was this Bergoglio's role in helping the man? Did he explain to him, that acting on homosexual desires was sinful? I doubt it.
Bergoglio should tell us, what he did (as a Catholic priest) to help the man. "I accompanied him" says nothing. I think it is part of the "language event" that this papacy is - an overthrow of doctrine with deliberately unclear and misleading language.

Dan said...

Yawn.... wake me when the p*pe says it's a sin to use the wrongly gendered pronoun...

Kathleen1031 said...

And here's another thing. I have been married to the same man for 36 years, in good times and lousy, we have stuck it out together. For better, for worse, and lots more worse, here we are. If I contacted the Vatican to try to meet with the pope, do you think for a second he would meet with me?? He would not. But he makes time for these two people, why, to send a message. Our lives and sacrifices, our desire to be faithful to each other and God, are nothing to him, but these two, yes, these two people are. And why is that, do you think.