Francis' Autobiography: Homosexuals Live the "Gift of Love"

Next week, Francis will publish his autobiography 'Life. La mia storia nella Storia' (My Story in History).

The first excerpts were published on Corriere.it (14 March), a website reflecting the point of view of the oligarchs.

The book was written with the help of Francis' friend Fabio Marchese Ragona, a media activist in the service of regime propaganda. Marchese invents something like a "history of the 88 years of Jorge Mario Bergoglio", linking it to historical events such as Hiroshima or the Covid hysteria.

Francis recounts that his grandparents and their son Mario, Francis's father, planned to leave Genoa for Argentina on the SS Principessa Mafalda at the beginning of October 1927. These plans failed because they didn't have the money for the tickets. So, the trip was postponed.

The SS Principessa Mafalda sank off the coast of Brazil. Three hundred of the 1,252 passengers drowned. In February 1929, the Bergoglios left for Argentina.

One of the people who influenced him was Esther Ballestrino de Careaga, his superior at the Hickethier-Bachmann laboratory in Buenos Aires: "She was a communist of the true kind, atheist but respectful." Ballestrino gave him publications to read, including those of the Communist Party.

Despite his weakness for homosexuals, Francis insists that he had a girlfriend before he joined the Jesuits and that he fell in love with a girl during his time in the seminary. He only kept her image in his mind "for a week" and then forgot about her.

After he became a Jesuit, Bergoglio wanted to be a missionary in Japan, but was not allowed because of his health: "My life would have taken a different path. Perhaps someone in the Vatican would have been better off than he is now."

As a Jesuit, he was accused of being "ultra-conservative" [when in fact he was only opportunistic]. He admits that he "was very withdrawn" and a little depressed and that he had - surprise! - an "authoritarian attitude".

A friend and supporter of abortionists and pro-abortion politicians and enemy of the Pro-life movement, Francis repeats his assessment that abortionists are "hired killers, assassins". He also condemns surrogacy as inhumane, "with children treated as commodities".

He also thinks that his Church should embrace and welcome "all". With "all" he means those who practice homosexuality: "I think of homosexuals or transsexuals who seek the Lord and have been rejected or cast out." Cast out? Both groups are among the sacred cows of the regime.

Stubbornly, he persists in his [pseudo] blessing for homosexual concubines. "I just want to say that God loves everyone, especially sinners." This may or may not be true but is not an argument for "blessing" sin.

He plays down the schism he caused with the text Sodoma supplicans: "If some brother bishops decide not to follow this path, it does not mean that this is the antechamber of a schism". Francis confuses the Church with the Anglican Communion, where the "truth" changes according to convenience.

Once again, Bergoglio is promoting homosexual civil unions, which the Catholic Church rejects: "It is right that these people, who live the gift of love [sic], can have legal protection like everyone else [siblings don't...]."

He repeats the myth that unrepentant homosexuals are "often marginalised" within the Church: "Make them feel at home." Catholics are marginalised in Francis' Church, not promoters of sin.

Bergoglio proclaims that "those who have not received baptism and want to receive it, or those who want to be godparents, please let them be welcome", although baptism for unrepentant sinners is a mockery of religion.

Speaking of his feelings, Francis admits that he was "hurt" by those who wrote that "Francis is destroying the papacy".

Making fun of himself, the Dictator Pope then says that "there are always those who try to put the brakes on the reform, those who want to remain in the time of the 'Papa re'."

To no one's surprise, Francis has never thought of resigning: "I think that the Petrine ministry is ad vitam and therefore I see no conditions for resignation" because "I really do not have such serious [health] reasons to think of resigning". The same is true of Benedict XVI, whose resignation Francis cannot praise enough.

Francis insists that "I am in good health and, God willing, there are still many projects to be completed".

His previously announced trip to Argentina is definitely off the table, as Francis says that [after over ten years] he has "not yet decided" on it.

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Fernanda Dellucci
Francis apologetics: "What the pope really meant was 'people who live the gift of disordered love'"
myunkie
"I just want to say that God loves everyone, especially sinners."
Jesus made a point to correct such nonsense. The prodigal son is welcomed after he repents, since he was dead (in his sins) and now alive. Yes, sinners are dead and we should cry out for their spiritual resurrection, but those who do not repent are dead and left outside. We don't bring corpses into our sanctuary any more than the …More
"I just want to say that God loves everyone, especially sinners."

Jesus made a point to correct such nonsense. The prodigal son is welcomed after he repents, since he was dead (in his sins) and now alive. Yes, sinners are dead and we should cry out for their spiritual resurrection, but those who do not repent are dead and left outside. We don't bring corpses into our sanctuary any more than the father in the parable converted his house into a pigsty so the unrepentant son would be near by.

By contrast, the virtuous son he says, "You are always with me, all that I have is yours..."
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The young Bergoglio learned about politics from an atheist Communist teacher.
Wilma Lopez shares this
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"It is right that these people who are living the gift of love can have legal coverage like everyone else. Jesus often went out to meet people who lived on the margins, and that's what the Church should do today with people from the LGBTQ+ community, who within the Church are often marginalized: make them feel at home, especially those who have received baptism and are in effect part of God's people …More
"It is right that these people who are living the gift of love can have legal coverage like everyone else. Jesus often went out to meet people who lived on the margins, and that's what the Church should do today with people from the LGBTQ+ community, who within the Church are often marginalized: make them feel at home, especially those who have received baptism and are in effect part of God's people. And those who have not received baptism and wish to receive it, or those who wish to be godparents, please let them be welcomed."
Temperance
Love is not sodomy. A sodomites bed must be so disgusting, must smell like 💩. 🤮
Klaus Elmar Müller
@Wilma Lopez No worries!
In New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral, homosexuals were very respected during a funeral liturgy. They were able to shout their propaganda happily and proudly into the church. The priest didn't criticize them a word, especially since they filled the entire cathedral.The intercessions that are said in Germany at holy masses for everyone in the Novus Ordo often have a mournful …More
@Wilma Lopez No worries!
In New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral, homosexuals were very respected during a funeral liturgy. They were able to shout their propaganda happily and proudly into the church. The priest didn't criticize them a word, especially since they filled the entire cathedral.The intercessions that are said in Germany at holy masses for everyone in the Novus Ordo often have a mournful theme about the recognition of this sinful way of life. Whoever encourages sinners lures them to hell. And doesn't it hurt the abandoned spouse greatly when the new couple is blessed by the priest? Is this supposed to be “pastoral”?
Denis Efimov
Oh my God, even in his autobiography he reveals himself to be a heretic
SonoftheChurch
No, Your Holiness....active, unrepentant sodomites in full rebellion against God, do not "live the gift of love." Instead, they bear the curse of lust.
mccallansteve
The gays are on the road to hell and Francis cheers them on.
Denis Efimov
I completely agree. This is a feature of the entire post-V2 era. They accompany and support everyone heading to hell (adherents of false religions, mortal sinners, heretics, etc.), and believe that saving them from death is a sin. This attitude can occur in one of two cases - either they are demons in the flesh, or they believe in universal salvation. I think it's the second one. But in this case …More
I completely agree. This is a feature of the entire post-V2 era. They accompany and support everyone heading to hell (adherents of false religions, mortal sinners, heretics, etc.), and believe that saving them from death is a sin. This attitude can occur in one of two cases - either they are demons in the flesh, or they believe in universal salvation. I think it's the second one. But in this case they are all heretics and apostates.
Klaus Elmar Müller
As early as 1938, Zarah Leander asked the question in a frivolous chanson: “Can love be a sin?” In 2024, Bergoglio gives his very own answer: sin and "love" can harmonize with each other.
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Ivan Tomas
For bergoglio it is even worse, for him a sin is a love.
Or without sin there is not a love. Because, you know, we all are sinners...
philosopher
Mi historia de infamia!
Everyday for Life Canada
This is an autobiography we have no interest whatsoever in reading.
Ivan Tomas
A false biography of a false pope.