Tuesday, 17 December 2013

LGBT 'Person of the Year'

LGBT is an acronym for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender.

Their longest-running, largest circulation, magazine in the USA, The Advocate, has now chosen its 'Person of the Year'.

They write:

"Time magazine points out the unusual group of eight bishops that Pope Francis has convened to advise him regularly. Among them is Cardinal Oswald Gracias of India, who this month publicly condemned his country's criminalization of homosexuality. India's Supreme Court had just issued a shocking ruling that reinstated punishment of up to 10 years in prison for gay sex.'The Catholic Church has never been opposed to the decriminilization of homosexuality, because we have never considered gay people criminals,' he said, according to Asia News".

... "As same-sex marriage looked on track to become legalized in Argentina, Bergoglio argued privately that the church should come out for civil unions as the 'lesser of two evils'. That's all according to pope Francis's authorized biographer Sergio Rubin. Argentine gay activist Marcelo Marquez backed up the story, telling the New York Times in March that Bergoglio 'listened to my views with a great deal of respect. He told me that homosexuals need to have recognized rights and that he supported civil unions, but not same-sex marriage' ".

Is there any difference?

In 1992 a book was published called Amchurch Comes Out, recording the sodomite agenda and paedophile scandals prevalent in the Conciliar Church in the USA.

The Advocate 'Person of the Year' seems determined to write the sequel.

NewChurch Comes Out.

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