Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Why did Pope Francis hide the truth about the Ugandan Martyrs?

Pete Balinski of LifeSiteNews asks; "Did anyone notice that during Pope Francis’ trip to Africa in which he commemorated the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Canonization of the 22 Ugandan martyrs, not once did he mention — or even hint — that their deaths were occasioned by their refusal to indulge the king in his request for homosexual relations?"

The Pope did not mention why these Saints were martyred. Our Twitterati homosexualist clerics made it abundantly clear that there was a homosexualist agenda on the mind of Bergoglio in Uganda. 

This is an interference into the internal affairs of Uganda who know well what evil comes from men who engage in sexual perversions that entrap their souls in the grasp of Satan and destroy societies.

These sodomite priests, bishops and cardinals must be outed.


Maudie N Mandeville said...

Pope Francis would have selected the choicest boys for the king.

Barona said...

While the holy Ugandan Martyrs memories were being desecrated; arch-modernist Cantalamessa turned up in England to glory in the protestant revolt. Today is the Feast Day of St. Edmund Campion - but it seems to no longer be celebrated. Cantalamessa must be happy; St. Edmund, St. Charles Lwanga etc. all bring up things that neo-modernists want to bury.

Unknown said...

Perhaps Bergoglio has a dog in the fight? Terrible thought, but, can't help but think.