Bergoglio Meets Aberrosexual Transvestite Prostitutes of the Roman Markets
Pope Francis received a group of homo-trans prostitutes on Wednesday for the fourth time this year.
(Rome) The Pope has had four meetings with transgender prostitutes in the past few months, the Osservatore Romano noted, in order to ensure the latest encounter deserves due attention.
According to the Spanish daily ABC, Francis addressed homosexual prostitutes with “love, fatherliness and simplicity”. This corresponds to “the goal of the Church to restore these people their dignity by freeing themselves from the slavery that prostitution entails”.
Four transgender groups have already been received by Pope Francis in 2022. The most recent meeting took place last Wednesday, August 10th, during the general audience. The Osservatore Romano, the Pope's daily newspaper, who prefers the leftist La Repubblica. reported under the headline: "Revolution and Hope".
Under Francis, the left-wing word “revolution” was hastily and inflationarily used in the Church as well. Nothing is more foreign to the Church than the revolution, whose archetype, the French Revolution, became the catalyst for the most radical attacks against the Church and the divine order and became the model for state terror.
Wednesday's meeting came about through the Comunità della Beata Vergine Immacolata in Torvaianica, a Roman seaside resort whose streets and beaches are rotten with gay prostitution.
The French nun Geneviève Jeanningros and the priest Andrea Conocchia take care of the transgender prostitutes who are coveted among homosexuals. Homo-prostitution in Rome, which is veiled under the term “transgender”, briefly came into the limelight when the then head of government of the Latium region, the left-wing democrat, Piero Marrazzo, lost his office in 2009 after a sex and drug video of him with a homo-trans prostitute had emerged.
Sr. Geneviève was also the driving force behind the previous meetings with Francis. She belongs to the Little Sisters of Jesus and is based in Ostia.
In April 2020, a few months after the start of the pseudopandemic, papal almoner Cardinal Konrad Krajewski sent “help to the homo-trans prostitutes of Torvaianica because they had lost their customers to Corona and were in a desperate situation,” according to ABC.
However, the aim of the community around Sr. Geneviève is to liberate the living “supply” for the homo market from the slavery of prostitution, as the Osservatore Romano emphasizes.
"The Pope's attention to people living in great suffering opens up unimaginable hopes."
According to Giampaolo Mattei in the Pope's newspaper, the way in which Francis received these people could "become a spark that stimulates a new life".
"And if that isn't a revolution! The Pope who receives transgender people in audience and addresses them with love, fatherliness and simplicity,” Don Conocchia is quoted as saying.
"No human being should be singled out, everyone has the dignity of being a child of God," said Sr. Geneviève.
The conversion of those affected is the immediate pastoral aspect. In addition to this, there are others: all in all, important things remain unsaid. Essential aspects of the problem of homo-prostitution are not addressed. The desired androgyny of the male prostitute is a direct answer to a request from the homosexual clientele.
Sin is the great absentee. It doesn't seem to exist anymore. Repentance is not shamefully called by its name, nor is witness given for it. Everything is reduced to the question of the "dignity" of the prostitutes who are presented as victims. To a certain extent, they undoubtedly are, but that is only one side of the phenomenon that cannot be done justice by looking at it in isolation.The. Church degrades itself to a social welfare association when, in leftist diction, it stylizes everything as a problem of oppression and discrimination, thereby ignoring the nature of man and sin.
In the climate of a forced homosexualization of public life, comparable papal initiatives can also send out wrong signals - when they are not even wanted.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi Image Vatican.va (screenshot)