Francis Destroys Leftist Parents Who Teach Kids They Can Choose Their Gender
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POPE NOPE: Francis Destroys Leftist Parents Who Teach Kids They Can Choose Their Gender
August  7, 2017 [img=360x0]http://www.dailywire.com/sites/default/files/styles/article_full/public/uploads/2017/08/gettyimages-584168340.jpg?itok=kiVbMBx-[/img]
 

Speaking at the end of July with Polish bishops during World Youth Day, Pope Francis made it clear that gender theory that asserts that everyone can choose their own sex is “the exact opposite” of God’s creation.
The Pope also said bluntly that there were powerful institutions which funded the spread of “gender theory” in schools. The Pope stated:

Quote:In Europe, in America, in Latin America, in Africa, in some countries of Asia, there are ideological colonizations. And one of these — I say it clearly with name and surname “ is gender! Today children, children are taught this in school that one can choose one’s sex! And why do they teach this? Because the books used are those of individuals and institutions that give money. They are ideological colonizations, supported also by very influential countries. And this is terrible. Speaking with Pope Benedict, who is well and has clear thinking, he said to me: “Holiness, this is the time of the sin against God the Creator!” He is intelligent! God has created man and woman; God created the world thus, and thus, and thus … and we are doing the opposite. God has given us an “untilled” state, so that we can till it; and then, with this tilling, we are doing things that are taking us back to the “untilled” state! We must think about what Pope Benedict said: It’s the time of the sin against God the Creator! And this will help us.
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The most stunning detail of Francis' statement: he seems to have listened to Benedict. Maybe there is hope  :P
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Wow, this was spot on and very refreshing! I hope that Pope Francis continues to speak this clearly.
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Wow, yeah we need to keep praying for this Pope!

Finally, something good out of the Francis Papacy!

:D
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Clarity from the pope.  I think this just brought a tear to my eye. :D
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(08-08-2017, 07:07 AM)Jeeter Wrote: Clarity from the pope.  I think this just brought a tear to my eye. :D

I hope this is the start of great new things.
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(08-08-2017, 07:20 AM)In His Love Wrote:
(08-08-2017, 07:07 AM)Jeeter Wrote: Clarity from the pope.  I think this just brought a tear to my eye. :D

I hope this is the start of great new things.

I agree.  In the meantime, not to sounded too jaded, I'm not holding my breath.
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Well that's great!
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