Pro-Sodomite Jesuit: “Make Homosexuals Eucharistic Ministers”

Pro-Sodomite Jesuit: “Make Homosexuals Eucharistic Ministers” – 8/23/18

The homosexual propagandist Father James Martin called at the pro-gay World Meeting of Families(August 23) for inviting active homosexuals into “parish ministries” so that they could become “Eucharistic ministers, music ministers, lectors” and get “every ministry”.

Martin’s propaganda talk was published on

He further claimed that the Church made homosexuals “feel like lepers”. In reality it is the New Testament that radically condemns homosexual fornication.

Adding insult to mockery Martin added, “Most L.G.B.T. Catholics have been deeply wounded by the Church.”

The Vatican will have to answer the questions what such ludicrous tirades have to do with a [Catholic?] “Meeting of Families”.

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5 comments on “Pro-Sodomite Jesuit: “Make Homosexuals Eucharistic Ministers”

  1. Doug Mainwaring and Pete Baklinski

    Fr. James Martin tells Vatican meeting: Invite LGBTQUEER to be Eucharistic ministers

    DUBLIN, Ireland August 23, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Vatican advisor and pro-LGBT Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin told participants at the World Meeting of Families today in Ireland that active homosexuals “should be invited into parish ministries” specifically mentioning them becoming “eucharistic ministers” in order to make them welcomed and accepted in the Catholic Church.

    “As I’ve mentioned, there is a tendency to focus on the sexual morality of L.G.B.T. parishioners, which is wrong, because, first, you often have no idea what their sexual lives are like; and, second, even if they are falling short, they are not the only ones,” he said.

    “As a result, L.G.B.T. people may feel they have to be dishonest about who they are and that they have no place in ministries. Like everyone else in your parish who does not live up to the Gospels—which is everyone—L.G.B.T. people should be invited into parish ministries: eucharistic ministers, music ministers, lectors, bereavement ministry and every ministry,” he added.

    While the Catholic Church in the United States is beaten down, gripped with story after story of predatory sexual abuse and cover-ups by priests and prelates — the vast majority of which are homosexual in nature – the priest used his platform at the Vatican-run event to lobby for the Church to normalize homosexuality and transgenderism.

    Fr. Martin’s presentation was titled “Showing Welcome and Respect in our Parishes for ‘LGBT’ People and their Families.”

    Cardinal Raymond Burke told LifeSiteNews in a 2014 interview that priests should “try to stay close” to parish members “living in public sin in a homosexual relationship” so as to “try to help them to leave the sinful relationship and to begin to lead a chaste life.”

    He directly addressed the topic of open homosexuals who seek ministry roles within the parish.

    “Those people [who] are living in that way certainly cannot have any leadership role in the parish, because it would give the impression to parishioners that the way they are living is perfectly alright. Because, [when] we lead in a parish, in a certain way, we are giving witness to a coherent Catholic life. And people who are not coherent with their Catholic faith aren’t given leadership roles. They are not asked, for instance, to be a lector at the Holy Mass — or [to] assume some other leadership position — until they have rectified their situation and gone through a conversion of life and then are ready to give such leadership,” he said.

    “On the one hand, it certainly gives scandal to parishioners with regard to a very essential part of our life, our sexuality, [and] what it means. On the other hand, it’s not good for the two people involved in the disordered relationship because it also gives them the idea that the Church somehow approves of what they’re doing,” he added.

    Over and over again throughout his talk, Martin spoke of ‘LGBT Catholics,’ reinforcing the notion that God creates men and women gay, lesbian or transgender.

    “They do not choose their orientation…You don’t choose your orientation or gender identity any more than you choose to be left-handed. It’s not a choice. And it’s not an addiction. Thus, it is not a sin simply to be L.G.B.T. Far less, it is not something to ‘blame’ on someone, like parents,” he said.

    Martin undermined clergy and laity who continue to embrace the Church’s wisdom and best pastoral practices regarding same-sex attraction, saying, that “most L.G.B.T. Catholics have been deeply wounded by the church.”

    “They may have been mocked, insulted, excluded, condemned or singled out for critique, either privately or from the pulpit. They may never have heard the term ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’ expressed in any positive way or even a neutral way,” he said.

    The Catholic Church teaches that God created humans as “male and female” and gave them to each other in marriage so they could “increase and multiply.” Sexual attraction and sexual acts between a male and female are specifically created by God for the purpose of procreation. The Catholic Church is logical and consistent when she teaches that homosexual acts are “acts of grave depravity” and “intrinsically disordered” since they are “contrary to the natural law” in that they “close the sexual act to the gift of life.”

    “They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved,” states the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

    The Church also teaches that same-sex attraction is “objectively disordered” since God created members of the opposite sex to be attracted to one another for the sake of procreation.

    Fr. Martin said that “like any group, L.G.B.T. people bring special gifts to the church.”

    He laid out a number of points for how parishes can be more “welcoming” to homosexuals and their gifts and stop “discriminating” against them.

    Laity and clergy should “get facts, not myths, about sexual orientation and gender identity from scientific and social-scientific sources, not from rumors and misinformed and homophobic online sites.”

    Laity and clergy should be “attentive to language that [homosexuals] say they find offensive and needlessly hurtful: ‘sodomy’ for example. Names, words and terminology matter.”

    The “lived experience” of homosexuals should be listened to.

    “We don’t treat other Catholics by simply repeating church teaching without considering their lived experience. So avoid doing that with L.G.B.T. people.”

    Martin stressed that homosexuals should be talked about in homilies.

    “Acknowledge them in homilies or parish presentations as full members of the parish, without judgment and not as fallen-away Catholics,” he said.

    He said that laity and clergy should not “reduce” LGBT people to the Church’s call to chastity.

    “Don’t reduce gays and lesbians to the call to chastity we all share as Christians. L.G.B.T. people are more than their sexual lives. But sometimes that’s all they hear about. Remember not to focus solely on sexuality.”

    Martin criticized parishes and dioceses where he said active homosexuals are not treated like other Christians.

    “In fact, recently some American parishes have fired L.G.B.T. people after they were legally married. And something about these situations always mystified me.”

    He called on Catholics to be advocates for homosexuals.

    “Advocate for them. Be prophetic. There are many times when the church can provide a moral voice for this persecuted community.”

    The Vatican appointed Father Martin as a communications consultant in 2017.

    After Father Martin accepted an award from the dissident pro-gay group New Ways Ministry, he published a book on how the Church should be more accepting of the homosexual lifestyle. Four U.S. Catholic bishops have endorsed it.

    One of those Cardinals is Kevin Farrell, previously a close collaborator with disgraced former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who now serves as prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life which is charged with overseeing the World Meeting of Families.

    The Jesuit’s record of pro-gay activism is lengthy and ranges from his many speeches and media appearances promoting homosexuality to his retweeting of a complaint that priests can’t “bless” gay unions to suggesting that the Church is full of “homophobia” and “marginalizes” the same-sex attracted.

    He supports gay men kissing each other during the sign of peace at Mass, says that a Catholic attending a same-sex “wedding” is like attending a Jewish wedding, and suggests that his critics are secretly gay themselves.

    Fr. Martin says homosexual priests should “come out” about their sexual proclivities, but has publicly declined to say whether he himself is gay.

  2. Father Martin is a gay flasher. “I’m gay! Look at me! Look how queer and gay I am! La-dee-dah!” He wants every Catholic to have to deal with in-your-face sodomy as they are receiving Holy Communion at Mass. This is passive-aggressive homo exhibitionism.

    This is a mental disorder. For decades it was in The Diagnostic Manual of mental disorders.

  3. An acquaintance with media credentials only a short while ago posted from this insane event that Martin had 1200 people show up for his speech. That’s six times the number in the audience for Abp. Nichols’ earlier talk,
    Apparently, flashing works quite well among certain swishy groups.

  4. Epic Fail: Fr. James Martin at the World Meeting of Families

    By Jim Russell • • August 23, 2018

    Worm-tongued eloquence from the homosexualist Jesuit

    Homosexualist Jesuit Fr. James Martin spoke on Aug. 23 to about 1,200 pilgrims at the much-touted and Vatican-sponsored World Meeting of Families (WMOF) held this year in Dublin, Ireland. His talk? “Showing Welcome and Respect in our Parishes for ‘LGBT’ People and their Families.” The talk was immediately published at the America magazine website.

    For this longtime observer of the harm Martin has done to the Church — and in keeping with all things “LGBTQIA” — his effort at the “WMOF” was “MOTS” or “SSDD”: more of the same; or same stuff, different day. For anyone who knows the “both/and” that the Church expects regarding the truth about homosexuality and orthodox pastoral outreach to those with same-sex attraction, Martin’s slippery prose amounted to an epic failure to give the faithful, the so-deeply-wounded People of God, what is truly needed at this moment of crisis.

    It cannot be stated too strongly that Martin is a wolf in shepherd’s clothing. That’s not an attack on him as a person, either — it’s merely a fair description of what takes place when he merely opens his mouth to speak. His words are well-crafted — deliberately and deftly sleek and calculated to dance artistically through the minefield of truths that he so assiduously avoids. He wants zero to do with these truths — the core reality — of the homosexual condition. And like a pied piper, he wants everyone who catches earshot of his lilting tune to follow along, not much caring, it seems, whether his followers ever experience the fullness of truth regarding that reality, despite the fact that death can come either physically or spiritually to those who remain ignorant to the landmines Martin has them dancing around.

    Martin speaks the politically correct LGBT-speak of secular culture. He relies upon secular psychology — which long ago declared homosexuality to be “normal” — to trump Church teaching regarding the disordered reality of the homosexual inclination. Instead, he fully assumes that which ought to be proven first: namely, that there exists a massive bias against “LGBT people” in Catholic parishes everywhere.

    That one obvious misstep in this pied piper’s dance is based upon a further set of assumptions: 1) “gay is okay” (not in need of healing); 2) “coming out” is healthy and necessary; and 3) if you “come out” and people respond negatively, you’re being “excluded” and “marginalized” by “homophobia.”

    That is what Martin assumes as his starting point for his talk to families — families — attending this major event. Not a single utterance about how being “LGBT” is itself a particular cross borne by so many, a cross of harm and suffering. No, the “LGBT” person and community are both ship-shape and in need of nothing except complete, utter and unmitigated acceptance.

    But, wait — shouldn’t we warn them of the danger involved both in their experience of the homosexual inclination as well as acting on that inclination? Yeah, if you want to be a bigot or homophobe, go ahead.

    I trust that readers can read his speech for themselves, if they wish. If anyone is looking for actual Catholic teaching, however, look elsewhere, as you’ll find virtually none. What you will find are the correct buzzwords Martin uses to shape the narrative: unwelcome, scandal, cruel, excluded, lepers, etc.

    But haven’t Catholic parishes had enough of this twisted landscape in which truth goes unnoticed, submerged in the dung heap that results when half-truths and outright lies get piled upon it? For decades, haven’t Catholic parishes been accused precisely of being “unwelcome” to “gays” merely by clearly teaching the truth about homosexuality and by clearly expecting that its parishioners would all be willing to not identify themselves by their personal crosses, regardless of what their particular crosses really were? No “gay sex” community, no “adulterer” community, no “embezzler” community and so on.

    Martin wants to normalize everything that comes prior to this act of emergence of an “LGBT person” into any parish — he wants to normalize the condition. He wants to normalize “coming out” as a public acclamation of the okayness of the condition. After which Martin then stands ready to accuse parish communities of being “cruel” unless they offer two holy thumbs-up signs to the those seeking to have their own acceptance of “gay” identity, in turn, unquestioningly accepted by that parish community.

    This all-too-brief summation of Martin’s oily spiel foisted upon people of faith gathered in Dublin will never shine full light on the corruption just under the surface of what seems at first blush to be sympathetic — even “respectful, compassionate and sensitive.” But at least one more example can suffice to expose the rot at the core of Martin’s vacuously sentimental approach to this issue. Do you know which parish is Martin’s hope-filled beacon of “LGBT welcome” in this world?

    Martin: “My own Jesuit community in New York is next to a church called St. Paul the Apostle, which has one of the most active LGBT outreach programs in the world. The ministry is called Out at St. Paul and sponsors retreats, Bible study groups, speaking engagements and social events for the parish’s large LGBT community. … And I just learned that two members of that group are entering religious orders this year.”

    If that last sentence spoken by the pied piper of Dublin doesn’t immediately send chills up your spine, it should. If it doesn’t, I highly recommend that you check out something I wrote about “Out at St. Paul” and its pet project “Owning Our Faith” back in 2015.

    God help us if the best the Church can offer the world regarding homosexuality and how parishes can be more welcoming to “LGBT people” — at an event meant to encourage and strengthen families — is the worm-tongued eloquence of Fr. James Martin.

  5. Martin’s hatred for Our Lord knows no bounds. Not satisfied with priests of vice handling Our Lord’s precious Body with their putrid feces-stained hands, Martin wishes to heap greater insult Heavenward by placing Him in more sodomite hands.

    Talk about a sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance, Martin tempts God by ordering more molestation of the Sacred Species. It might be time to head underground soon.

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