Notorious LGBT activist Father James Martin, S.J., has joined with a fellow prominent Jesuit and Synod on Synodality member to claim that “we cannot deny the reality of same-sex relationships as integral to the meaning of the church as the People of God.”
“Both heterosexual and homosexual people embody the truth of their dignity as imago Dei in their sexuality,” Martin and Fr. Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator, S.J., scandalously wrote in an article published on Martin’s LGBT activist website Outreach.
JUST IN: @JamesMartinSJ & Fr. Orobator, SJ write in @OutrchCatholic re Synod that “we cannot deny the reality of same-sex relationships as integral to the meaning of the church as the People of God.”
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Both Martin and Orobator were part of the 2023 session of the Synod on Synodality at the Vatican and will therefore be partaking in the October 2024 session. Their article drew attention to the Synod’s 2023 synthesis report, which criticized the Church’s “anthropological categories” but was slated by pro-LGBT Synod members for not being as explicit in its LGBT focus as previous Synod texts.
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