Archbishop Perego of Ferrara, a bishop "to the taste" of Pope Francis: for immigration, Islamophile and homophile.
This is a bishop to the liking of the Pope.
(Rome) Archbishop Gian Carlo Perego of Ferrara was photographed last Saturday together with the aberrosexual organization ArciGay "against intolerance".
Msgr. Perego succeeds Archbishop Luigi Negri. The two church representatives could hardly be more different. Monsignor Negri, Ratzingerianer, advocate of the social doctrine of the Church and associated with tradition, is one of the episcopal figures who stand out from the army of the chief shepherds. He also made himself some enemies. As soon as Pope Francis was elected, his first attempts to take Negri out prematurely began. They did not shy away from dirty methods The attempts were unsuccessful, but counteracted the work of the Archbishop of Ferrara.
Pope Francis affirmed that Msgr. Negri does not conform to his model of bishop by immediately retiring him at the age of 75.
His successor, Msgr. Gian Carlo Perego, was greeted by the media as a Bishop "to the liking" of Francis. As a former Caritas director and head of the immigrant ministry, Migrantes, the Episcopal Conference, "he is close to Francis," says the Corriere della Sera. How can this be measured, or in other words, by what initiatives was the new bishop noticed so far?
-and now an action with the largest aberrosexual organization. Archbishop Perego was let himself be publicized for an initiative against the "intolerance" of the "homonormative". The natural order of marriage between a man and a woman for the purpose of procreating and educating children, the family as a basic cell of society and of the state, is therefore only a "homonormative intolerance" - and the Archbishop joins in.
The pictures with the archbishop were published on the Facebook page of ArciGay Ferrara. The archbishop was introduced by the aberrosexuals with the words:
"Always attentive to the theme of immigrants, representatives of a church that accepts and does not discriminate".
Here, too, Msgr. Perego demonstrated his break with his predecessor, who kept aloof from organized homosexuality, criticized "gay marriage," the persecution of Christians by Muslims, and the Islamization of Europe.
The new archbishop, on the other hand, was commemorated on the main square of his episcopal city, together with representatives of ArciGay, in front of a picture banner bearing the inscription: "Against homophobia". The occasion was a photo exhibition organized by ArciGay on "NOIdentity - True Stories Human Stories". The exhibition shows aberrosexuals how they like to present themselves in public: as victims.
Time for the gay lobby, but not for the families
The exhibition as well as the action with Archbishop Perego is part of a campaign to promote homo and gender ideology.
ArciGay is a front organization of the gay lobby. It calls for the introduction of "gay marriage", "surrogacy" and "anti-homophobia laws", the implementation of which would mean the end of freedom of expression and [public] religion. Statements such as, a child has a right to a father and a mother, would already be a punishable "hate speech".
The teachings of the Church do not reconcile the objectives of ArciGay. The only connection, if any, is the quirky fact that the founder of ArciGay was a Catholic priest.
The appearance of Archbishop Perego blends with another event to a dubious picture. Ten days ago, on 16 September, the Archbishop made known his absence on his Diocesan Day for the Family.
The bishop does not go to the families, but to the aberrosexual? Who is this bishop? Such and similar questions currently concern devout Catholics in the Archdiocese of Ferrara.
The archbishop will have missed the family day for good reasons. If he finds time for a photo session with the gay lobby six days later, however, the look gets a bit of a bump.
One of the duties of a pastor is to speak with everyone, not for the sake of speaking, but to bring them to Jesus Christ. Making oneself available as an advertising medium for aberrosexual propaganda means the exact opposite.
So far, no initiative has been announced by Archbishop Perego, a bishop "to the liking" of Pope Francis, for persecuted Christians.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: Facebook (screenshot)
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