Gender Lunacy

Pope Francis has released a document negating the entire “gender identity” stuff: that is, the literally lunatic thinking according to which one who is born a man can decide that he is a woman, or a cat, or a plant, one of the three….

Do not think for a moment that Francis is “being Catholic” on this. The man is and remains a bloody heretic.

The message from the document is that gender identity is something so obviously absurd that even Pope Francis understands it. And this is a guy with a very feeble grasp on pretty much everything.

When I was at school, they made us learn the principle of non contradiction: if something is white, it cannot be black at the same time, because this would contradict its being white. This rather elementary stuff was used as a fundament of logical thinking, in the same way as simple additions like 2 + 2= 4 are in the end the basis of mathematical thinking.

The gender identity ideology is the statement that what is white can be also black at the same time (or it can be a woman whilst having men’s chromosomes). It is exactly the same as saying that two and two can be five whenever you feel like it, and take some hormones trying to change an obvious reality.

It is lunacy. Such lunacy, in fact, that not even stupid Francis falls for it.

Imagine that.

Posted on June 12, 2019, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Being the true Peronist he is, we must not forget Bergoglio entertaining a Spanish “transgender” couple at the Vatican a few years ago. He bought into the lie that one of the females was a man.

    Report: Pope Francis meets with, hugs transgender man
    Jan 30, 2015
    by Thomas C. Fox
    Gay Catholic leaders have expressed their pleasure following reports that Pope Francis, in an unprecedented move, met last week with a transgender Spaniard at the Vatican.

    While the Vatican has yet to confirm the meeting, it has been widely reported in the press, and there has been no Vatican denial.

    “I think that his meeting with the transgender man was a gesture not only of pastoral care, but of genuine interest in learning about the transgender experience from a firsthand source,” Francis DeBernardo, executive director of New Ways Ministry, told NCR in an email.

    Said New Ways Ministry’s co-founder Sr. Jeannine Gramick: “Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s devotion to Mary, Untier of Knots, found expression in Pope Francis’ embrace of the transgender Spaniard.”

    “This was a worldwide hug that has reverberated to transgender people across the globe,” she told NCR, referring to reports that Francis hugged Diego Neria Lejarraga, a 48-year-old transgender man, when the two met at the Vatican.

    New to NCR: In his Pencil Preaching column, cartoonist Pat Marrin offers a sketch and reflection for the day’s scripture readings. Learn more>

    The meeting, which took place Jan. 24, was first reported Monday by Spanish daily Hoy. According Hoy, Lejarraga wrote to the pope last year, saying he had been “marginalized” by church officials in the city of Plasencia in the Estremadura region. A practicing Catholic, he said local clergy had rebuffed him and said one parish priest had called him “the devil’s daughter.”

    It was then Lejarraga reportedly wrote to Francis, hoping he could explain to the pope transgender issues and even possibly receive a papal blessing.

    “After hearing him on many occasions, I felt that he would listen to me,” Lejarraga told Hoy.

    Hoy reported Francis phoned Lejarraga twice in December, and during the second phone call, invited him to come visit at the Vatican. A date was arranged for the meeting.

    According to Hoy, Francis told Lejarraga in an initial phone call that God loves all his children “as they are.” He went on: “You are a son of God and the Church loves you and accepts you as you are.”

    The message of hope reportedly bowled over Lejarraga. He was even more surprised when Francis invited him to come to the Vatican for a personal meeting and offered to pay for it.

    Lejarraga reportedly attended the meeting with his fiancée. During the meeting, Lejarraga asked Francis if, after his gender reassignment, there was “a place somewhere in the house of God for him.” He told Hoy Francis responded by embracing him.

    DeBernardo said while he was pleased with the development, he was also cautious.

    “At this time, I wouldn’t use the word ‘acceptance’ to describe the Vatican’s stance toward the transgender community. I think ‘dialogue’ would be a better word,” he said.

    “The Vatican’s reluctance to verify the meeting is another indication of why I don’t think their attitude can yet be called ‘acceptance,’ ” DeBernardo said.

    An LGBT pilgrimage

    Gramick recently wrote to Francis, asking him to meet with her and a group of LGBT Catholics when they visit Rome in February.

    In a Dec. 23 letter to the pope, Gramick wrote that she would be leading a pilgrimage for 50 LGBT Catholics and their families and friends.

    “They are so very heartened by your words of mercy and welcome,” she wrote in the letter, which was published on the News Ways Ministry blog. “They believe, as you say, that receiving the Body and Blood of Christ is spiritual nourishment that we need to grow in our love-relationship with God, not a prize to be awarded those who are worthy.”

    She asked Francis to meet with her group before or after his general audience Feb. 17.

    “Would it be possible for you to meet personally with these faith-filled Catholics who have felt too long excluded from their Church?” she wrote.

    [Thomas C. Fox is NCR publisher. His email address is Follow him on Twitter: @NCRTomFox.]

  2. Bergoglio called a transgender woman “a son of God and the Church loves you the way you are”. . This is according to the Spanish daily Hoy and was widely and ecstatically reported in the liberal press (as in the National Catholic Reporter I cited above). This has never been denied by the Vatican.

  3. catholictradition2

    But the accepted rule of life today is anti-logic, unreason in order to overturn normalcy that feelings are the measure of all things. Nihilism for its own sake or the culture of death, above all the death of the soul.

  4. Agreed. I have seen comments on Catholic forums congratulating the Vatican for stating the obvious. It’s like hearing a headline, “Pope states that the sun will rise tomorrow’. Vatican Cardinal grants imprimatur to speech advocating that water is wet.

    “But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
    “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
    “How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.
    “You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”
    ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

  5. Bergoglio uses double speak opening the door to corruption in Catholic schools. He continues pushing the Gay agenda while pretending to reject gender ideology at the same time he promoted the sex change of a lesbian living in mortal sin. That’s why he chose sodomite Joseph Tobin to oversee Catholic education to push the gay agenda:

    Bergoglio continues to defy God and mock Catholics as he astutely did in Argentina. Back then he gave psychology classes perverting the students by affirming them in the gender ideology. We can see what he did with one of his students-Yayo Grassi (a practicing homosexual), who under his tutelage became a gay activist. To which, Bergoglio supported his openly homosexual relations visiting him and his new boyfriend. Accompanying them to sin instead of repentance..

  6. His days are numbered.

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