Synod Preacher: Francis Appoints Homosex-Extremist
When he was the Dominicans' Master General (1992-2001), Radcliffe allowed the admission of homosexuals to religious life, and later presided Homosex Eucharists in London.
Radcliffe’s homosexualism has sparked controversies for decades. In the Anglican Pilling Report (2013), Radcliffe said about practised homosexuality that “we cannot begin with the question of whether it is permitted or forbidden” but "must ask what it means and how far it is Eucharistic (sic!)."
He believes that homosexual acts can be "generous," "tender," "mutual," and "nonviolent" and express "Christ’s self-gift.”
Radcliffe also suggested that "we must" accompany homosexuals "as they discern what this [= sin] means," proposing to let our images "be stretched open." To do so, he recommended consuming homosex films and novels, living with "our" homosex friends "and listening with them as they listen to the Lord."
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