Skip to comments.Pope Francis confirms he'll visit Philadelphia for world families meeting in September
Posted on 11/17/2014 3:37:03 AM PST by Biggirl
ROME Pope Francis is coming to the United States.
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You know there's gonna be a whole bunch of gay families in the front rows....
Once upon a time, we would read that the pope was attending a meeting about families, and we understood that to be a good thing. We knew the pope supported families, in accordance with God’s plan.
I can’t decide whether or not to click the link. Part of me wants to know, but part of me doesn’t want to risk reading that it’s a homosexual event. And if I had to guess which it is, based on recent history, I’d guess it’s a homosexual event. It would be hypocritical at this point for him to attend an event that supports traditional families.
Join the World Meeting of Families Pilgrimage
In September 2015, Philadelphia will host the World Meeting of Families, gathering Catholic families from across the globe to explore the theme Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive. As we did for World Youth Day, DignityUSA and our Equally Blessed colleagues hope to sponsor a group of pilgrims to witness to the presence of LGBT families in our Church.
Do you feel called to be part of this pilgrimage? Were currently recruiting families of all configurations: parents, grandparents and siblings of LGBT Catholics, same-sex couples who are parenting, families with transgender members, childless same-sex couples, and more.
Would not surprise me at all.
I am not happy with the word “Dignity”.
What was once a perfectly lovely word has been hijacked by several anti-Christian factions and has been robbed of its original meaning.
Euthanasia Enthusiasts have co-opted it to encourage the murder of the elderly and sick.
Abortionists have co-opted it to justify the murder of the unborn.
And the homosexualists have stolen it, along with the words “gay” and “pride”, and the symbol of the rainbow) to justify their sin and force the Catholic Religion to not only accept them but CELEBRATE them.
Once the enemy controls the language, they’ve GOT you!
I am not Roman Catholic, but as a fellow Christian, I encourage my RCC Brothers and Sisters to resist the hijacking of their faith.