Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ answers to questions during a June 26, 2016 In-Flight Press conference from Armenia:
Cindy Wooden: “Thank you, Your Holiness. In the last few days, Cardinal Marx from Germany spoke to an important conference in Dublin on the Church in the modern world, and said that the Catholic Church should apologize to the gay community for having marginalized these persons. In the days following the Orlando killings, many people have said that the Christian community has something to do with this hatred towards these persons. What do you think?”
Francis: “I will repeat what I said during my first trip, and I also repeat what the Catechism of the Catholic Church says, namely that they should not be discriminated against, that they should be shown respect and given pastoral assistance. We can disapprove of some ways of acting that are a little too offensive to other people, not for ideological reasons but in terms, we might say, of political propriety. But none of this has to do with the problem: if the problem is that a person is so inclined, and with good will seeks God, who are we to judge him or her? We should be helpful to them, in accordance with the teaching of the Catechism. The Catechism is clear! There are traditions in some countries, in some cultures with a different approach to the problem. I think that the Church should apologize – as that ‘Marxist’ Cardinal said [Cardinal Reinhold Marx] – not only to this person who is gay and has been offended, but also to the poor, to women and to children exploited in the workplace, and for having blessed so many weapons. The Church should apologize for all the times she has not acted… – and when I say ‘the Church’, I mean Christians; the Church is holy, we are sinners! Christians should apologize for not having helped with so many decisions, helped so many families… I remember from my childhood the culture of Buenos Aires, the insular Catholic culture which I come from. You could not enter the home of a divorced couple! I am talking about eighty years ago. The culture has changed, thank God. As Christians we should apologize over and over again, and not just for this.”
Comment: Francis says that homosexuals “should be shown respect”. Francis says that sodomy is a way of acting that is “a little too offensive to other people”. Francis doesn’t say sodomy is offensive to him, but “to other people”. What an apostate. Francis then utters the heresy, “who are we to judge him or her?” This statement clearly means that he won’t say they are in grave sin. Francis then says that he thinks the Catholic Church “should apologize” to “this person who is gay and has been offended”. Francis is a reprobate.
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from May 2016 to June 2016, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from May 2016 to June 2016
 L’ Osservatore Romano, July 1, 2016, pp. 13-15.
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