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WATCH: New York Priest Says Christ is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer

 
On June 28, 2020, Paulist priest Rick Walsh offered “a reflection” entitled “We All Belong to Each Other” at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in New York City; the parish is the motherhouse of the Paulist order. On June 25, 2020, Walsh also was the “celebrant” for the parish’s Pride Mass sponsored by the Paulist’s LGBT ministry “Out at St. Paul. (OSP)” During his “reflection” Walsh said:

Are they not aware…Christ is a woman…
…Christ is Black
In Christ, I am also Black.
Once you belong to Christ, you belong to all others who belong to Christ as well.
Some say that those of us who are LGBTQ members if Christ’s body do not belong to the body of Christ; totally denying our baptism.
Are they not aware that we who are LGBTQ are also living now in Christ?
That we are Christ.
Christ is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer.
In Christ, I am lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer.
Once you belong to Christ, you belong to all others who belong to Christ as well.

Jesuit priest Donal Godfrey once wrote something strangely similar:

If God must become Asian or African, then God is also in some sense queer…Is it less appropriate for gays to imagine Jesus as gay than for African Christians to picture him as black, Asian Christians as Asian?

The “queer-Christ” meme has become a cornerstone of so-called Catholic LGBT ministries.

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TAKE ACTION: Contact Cardinal Timothy Dolan at 212.371.1000 and RESPECTFULLY let him know what you think about this type of message being preached in his Archdiocese.