A new letter proves the insane reality of Pope Francis’ pro-LGBT agenda

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Pope Francis is likely the most left-wing Pope in history.

With everyday that goes by he seems to go even farther to the Left.

And a new letter proves the insane reality of Pope Francis’ pro-LGBT agenda.

The Bible is clear about the homosexual agenda.

And for centuries it has opposed its encroachment on society.

But mostly, in recent years, there has been an insurgency of figures in the Catholic Church trying to change that.

The leading figure on promoting the LGBT agenda in the Church today is Jesuit Priest James Martin.

Father Martin is known for his ministry with LGBT people, where he encourages them to join the church while telling them that homosexuality and transgenderism is not a sin.

With this being clearly against the teachings of the Catholic Church, one would think the Pope would condemn them.

But in a letter sent to Martin, Pope Francis praises his ministry to LGBT people.

The letter, written in Spanish, and dated June 21, was released publicly by Father Martin himself.

It was sent just prior to the Outreach 2021 LGBT Catholic ministry conference, which was led by Father Martin via webinar on June 26.

Pope Francis has been close with Father Martin for many years, even appointing him as a consultant to the Vatican’s Secretariat for Communications in 2017.

The letter begins in a personal tone, asking Martin to thank his nephew, who recently took the name Francisco as his confirmation name in honor of him.

In the rest of the letter, Pope Francis focuses on Father Martin’s pro-LGBT ministry, reading:

“Regarding your P.S. [about the Outreach LGBT Ministry Conference], I want to thank you for your pastoral zeal and your ability to be close to people, with that closeness that Jesus had and that reflects the closeness of God.”

Later in the letter, the Pope writes, “I see that you are continuously looking to imitate this style of God. You are a priest for all men and women, just as God is the Father for all men and women. I pray for you to continue in this way, being close, compassionate and with great tenderness.”

Pope Francis goes on to state he is praying for Martin and his parishioners that they “grow in the love of Our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Never once does he express concern with his encouragement of what the church states clearly is a sin.