Progressivism in the Church
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Transvestite homosexual reads the Epistle in London
Above is a man in a feminine floral dress reading the Epistle at a Mass in Our Lady of the Assumption & St. Gregory Catholic Church, located in Warwick Street, London. This is one of the so-called Soho Masses for homosexuals, an initiative of the Diocese of Westminster. The head of the Diocese, Archbishop Vincent Nichols, pretends that these Masses, which have his full approval, are only for "chaste homosexuals who accept the teaching of the Church."
Without entering into the private question of whether or not these persons are actually chaste, one would say that a person who publicly dresses in the opposite sex's clothing gives scandal and boasts a revolt against nature. It is difficult to imagine how this practice has been promoted / tolerated by Archbishop Nichols, the Primate of England and Wales.
Below, two more shots of the Mass said on Sunday January 15, 2012: The priest's prayers and an overview of the congregation.
For more, watch the video here.