Double standard from @JamesMartinSJ

This is from the homosexualist activist Jesuit:

What has the homosexualist activist Jesuit publicly declared about this?

I am not in the least surprised Martin at this point.  HERE

He regularly devolves into blasphemy.

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11 Responses to Double standard from @JamesMartinSJ

  1. Chris Garton-Zavesky says:

    Irony, apparently, doesn’t occur to Fr. James Martin, S.J. Clericals aren’t a prop, either, and God is certainly not his plaything, appearances to the contrary notwithstanding.

  2. Rob in Maine says:

    That’s a pristine Bible Pelosi is reading. She must read scripture daily.

  3. teomatteo says:

    Let me be clear. Fr Martin is a Judgemental Person.

  4. Directions for Martin; Open mouth, insert foot to knee.

  5. Kathleen10 says:

    To the deranged Left, President Trump can do absolutely nothing right, and they use everything he says or does to criticize him and help with the revolution and the coup against him. Social media has helped wreck our world, because every jackass opinion gets put out there for other jackasses to read.
    Exhibit A.

  6. Kathleen10 says:

    What can be said about a man who presents himself as a “man of God”, but says absolutely nothing regarding the violent anarchists and Communists who burn down a church, but criticizes the man who gets on his knees in prayer and holds up a bible. That should tell absolutely everything all we need to know about James Martin. This is all madness. It’s incredible that when the donkey brays, some people call it Shakespeare.

  7. ChesterFrank says:

    I agree. Churches and Bibles are not props. I wonder, was that Church fire an isolated incident or were Churches targets during these protests/riots?

  8. Joy1985 says:

    Chris Garton-Zavesky very well said.

    JUST maybe could it be that our President was sharing with people that we need to turn to God in these horrible times of pandemic, unrest and violence. Oh the terrible man (being sarcastic) how dare he mention God as our President. Many should take a moment and turn to God and see what a difference our world would be in.

  9. Gaetano says:

    Two can play at this game:

    God is not your plaything. The Bible is not a prop. Neither is the Catechism.

    So stop playing God, ignoring the Bible, and demanding the Catechism change.

    That goes double when he cites outlandish Scripture interpretations second-hand, or backtracks claiming “I’m not a Scripture scholar.”

  10. iamlucky13 says:

    The other double standard is the call for the Catholic Church to be open and accepting of everyone.

    But not Trump.

    Let’s be clear: We’re not even getting remotely close to questions about the sacraments here. To Fr. Martin it’s “revolting,” and to Bishop Gregory it’s “reprehensible” to even allow Trump to enter a Catholic church.

    I will concede to Fr. Martin, although there was relevance to the visit in the context of the executive order regarding US policy on international religious freedom, I have difficulty seeing Mr. Trump’s visit as having more conviction to it than a political photo opportunity. Yet it still draws public attention to the work of Saint John Paul II, and it still could serve as an opportunity for grace for Mr. Trump. We don’t have to endorse his policies in order to allow him into a church.

    Also, I couldn’t help but noticing that Fr. Martin also tweeted a screenshot of a news page showing a screenshot of his twitter post. This is similar to a “photo op” in that it is a self-promotion.

  11. tho says:

    How can anyone, in their right mind, find fault with our president holding up a bible. Father Martin will next say that President Trump moved that iceberg in front of the Titanic. And the Democrats will blame him for the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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