FrankenPope: “God made you gay”

Posted by  on Saturday, May 19, 2018

FrankenPope: “God made you gay”

[Info Vaticana] In an interview in the newspaper EL PAIS, the media spokesperson for the victims of Karadima recounts his private meetings with Pope Francisco: “Juan Carlos, that you are gay does not matter. God made you like that and he loves you like that and I do not care. The Pope wants you like that, you have to be happy with who you are.
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8 comments on “FrankenPope: “God made you gay”

  1. I find it difficult to believe even Francis was THAT blunt. His instincts are finely tuned in the direction of his PR image and he certainly knows that everybody with whom he meets privately can and often discloses information, whether accurately or not. Remember when Bubba met with JP II and immediately claimed the pope had agreed with some far-left Clinton position? In minutes, the Vatican filed a strong correction against Boy Clinton’s lie?
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    Ol’ Juan Carlos may wish what he claimed was true but self-preservation is a strong deterrent with this here Pope.

    • Vox Cantoris’ account of the conversation includes Juan Carlos’ remarks to FrankenPope before he made his reply:
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      Saturday, 19 May 2018 – Blasphemous Bergoglio affirms the pervert Karadima’s victim in his homosexuality
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      “They had said to him almost that I was a pervert. I explained there that I’m not the reincarnation of San Luis Gonzaga, but am not a bad person, try not to harm anyone. He told me to “Juan Carlos, who you’re gay it doesn’t matter. God made you so loves so and I don’t care. The Pope loves you so, you have to be happy with who you are”
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      There are two stories here. The situation that Juan Carlos, the victim of the filthy sodomite who abused him, seduced him and introduced him into homosexuality and the Bishop of Rome, the alleged Vicar of Christ who affirms the poor man in sin and error.
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      The first is of a man raped and abused, sodomized and betrayed who no doubt because of that has suffered immeasurably. His youth was stolen, his faith betrayed. A man who suffers from that day to this day, thinking that his life of homosexuality is normal. Let us pray for him, that he will heal from the evil done to him by filthy, vile evil men who deserve Hell.
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      God will forgive Juan more quickly than the filthy, lewd, man who is Pope which brings the second part of this story into focus. A man who betrayed all these abused in Chile and now puts forward a good show. He leaves this poor man in his sin telling him that “God made you gay.” He lies to Juan Carlos and he blasphemes God.
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      God made nobody “gay” any more than he made anyone a murderer or a thief.
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      Bergoglio is a scandal. Every time he opens his mouth it is as if to spout more blasphemy, more lies. He is a vile and despicable Pope, a man who has disgraced his Office. A boil on the seat of Peter that needs to be lanced.
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      O LORD, how long until you will deliver us and send us a holy pope who will restore all things in You?

  2. Vox Cantoris’ perspective on the Chilean bishops’ mass resignation:
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    Friday, 18 May 2018 – FrankenPope Bergoglio should lead the pack
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    The Bishops of Chile have finished their meetings with the Bishop of Rome to discuss the crisis inflicted on children, mostly boys, in that country; a crisis caused by homosexuals — sodomites, in the priesthood.
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    All of the bishops have resigned, whether the Bishop of Rome will accept all of these is not yet known.
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    Why should all resign; did not one have clean hands?
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    Why did Bergoglio wait so long to act, he was warned of the problem over two years ago that Juan Barros witnessed a notorious filthy pervert rape and sodomize a group of boys, repeatedly.
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    On a recent trip to Chile, Bergoglio slandered and rashly judged the victims for their cries to him for action. On the aeroplane home, he slandered them again making up lame excuses for his earlier gaff.
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    This is the same Bishop of Rome that invited Godfried Danneels to participate in a Synod on the Family, the same notorious protector of pervert priests and in particular, a pervert bishop who sodomites his own nephew.
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    The same Bishop of Rome who has propped up a certain Monsignor Ricca who was found in a Costa Rica elevator in a flagrant act of sexual perversion with a young Swiss Guard.
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    This arrogant boil on the seat of Peter, Jorge Bergoglio, should be the first one out the door.

  3. I don’t doubt the possibility but still think even Francis MIGHT, just as possibly, not have been THAT dumb.
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    I know. (Guffaws readily acknowledged.)
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    Anyway, it was a shot in the dark. If Francis confirms Barros’ words I will recalibrate my Ronco dumb detector. It has been shorting out regularly since March, 2013. 😕

  4. An appropriation of a racist doggerel verse to become a homophobic one (must be read with an Aussie accent to get the proper rhyme):

    God made the gays. He made ’em in the night.
    He was in such a hurry, He forgot to make ’em straight.

  5. [The secular media are taking up FrankenPope’s latest “ex colaphizo (off the cuff)” statement – right up there with his earlier “Who am I to judge?” – for example, The British Telegraph]
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    FrankenPope ‘says it is ok to be gay’ says Chilean clerical abuse victim after Vatican audience
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    Pope Francis reportedly made the comments to Juan Carlos Cruz three weeks ago
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    Nick Squires, rome – 20 MAY 2018
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    God loves gay people and it is fine to be homosexual, Pope Francis has reportedly said.
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    The Pope made the remarks, which went significantly beyond his previous tolerance for homosexuality, during a meeting three weeks ago with a Chilean man who had been sexually abused by Catholic priests.
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    The Pope offered a heartfelt apology to Juan Carlos Cruz, who was a victim of Chile’s most notorious abusive priest, Fernando Karadima.
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    Mr Cruz, who is gay, said the conversation moved on from the abuse crisis to the nature of homosexuality.
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    “He told me ‘Juan Carlos, that you are gay does not matter. God made you like that and he loves you like that and I do not care.
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    “The Pope loves you as you are, you have to be happy with who you are,’” Mr Cruz told El Pais, the Spanish newspaper.
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    The Pope’s words appeared to go further in terms of tolerance than remarks he made in 2013, when he said of homosexuals “Who am I to judge?”
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    Speaking to the Vatican press corps on his return to Rome from a trip to Brazil, he said gay people should not be marginalised but rather integrated into society.
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    He was responding to questions about claims of an alleged “gay lobby” of clerics working in the heart of the Vatican.
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    “If a person is gay and seeks God and has good will, who am I to judge?” he replied.
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    The Roman Catholic Church insists that while homosexual orientation is not sinful in itself, homosexual acts certainly are because they are “against natural law”.
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    The Pope is not changing official Church teaching, but he is at least signalling a much more open and inclusive approach, which will upset many conservative Catholics.
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    The Vatican neither confirmed nor denied the comments that Francis reportedly made to Mr Cruz.
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    “This is not a shift in theological teaching or dogma,” said Robert Mickens, a Vatican expert and the editor of La Croix International, a Catholic publication.
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    “It was a pastoral response to an individual. The Pope always likes to deal with the individual.”
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    The Pope elaborated on his ‘who am I to judge?’ comment in a recent book by an Italian expert on the Vatican.
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    The pontiff told him: “I was paraphrasing by heart the catechism of the Catholic Church where it says that these people should be treated with delicacy and not be marginalised.”
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    He added: “Let us not forget that God loves all his creatures and we are destined to receive his infinite love.”
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    Mr Cruz was one of three former sex abuse victims from Chile who came to Rome to receive an apology from Pope Francis for the years of abuse that they endured.
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    The victims described clerical sexual abuse as “an epidemic that has destroyed thousands of lives.”
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    Pope Francis had initially been slow to realise the gravity of the crisis in Chile and even came to the defence of a controversial bishop linked to Father Karadima, the abusive priest.
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    But he performed an about-turn after Vatican investigators presented him with a 2,300-page dossier showing that sexual abuse of minors had been covered up in Chile for decades, in a pattern that has been repeated in many other countries, notably Ireland.
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    On Friday, Chile’s 34 bishops offered to resign en masse over the abuse scandal, an act without precedent in the history of the Catholic Church.

  6. LGBTQUEER community cheers pope’s ‘God made you like this’ remark
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    Monday, May 21 2018 – AP
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    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis’ reported comments to a gay man that “God made you like this” have been embraced by the LGBT community as another sign of Francis’ desire to make gays feel welcomed and loved in the Catholic Church [as well as to make sodomy acceptable in the Church – AQ Tom].

  7. Tom, I withdraw my earlier lame attempt at cutting Jorge the Schismatic a bit of slack in deference to his office. If the Vatican declined to comment even after the news has been circulating for several days, that sez it all.

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