• Catholic Monk, Now A Transgender, Tells Church To “Deal With” Trans

    May 20, 2024
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    A Catholic American monk in Kentucky has come out as transgender saying the church had "to deal with" trans Catholics.

    Brother Christian Matson told Religion News Service, "This Sunday, Pentecost 2024, I'm planning to come out publicly as transgender."

    "You've got to deal with us, because God has called us into this church," Matson told the outlet. "It's not your church to kick us out of—this is God's church, and God has called us and engrafted us into it."

    The Vatican published "Infinite Dignityy" earlier this year. It is a 20 page declaration that had been discussed within the Vatican for five years that has addressed surrogacy births, transgender, and abortion. Pope Francis approved it. 

    "First and foremost, the practice of surrogacy violates the dignity of the child," a portion of the declaration said. "Because of this unalienable dignity, the child has the right to have a fully human (and not artificially induced) origin and to receive the gift of a life that manifests both the dignity of the giver and that of the receiver. Moreover, acknowledging the dignity of the human person also entails recognizing every dimension of the dignity of the conjugal union and of human procreation."

    "Considering this, the legitimate desire to have a child cannot be transformed into a 'right to a child' that fails to respect the dignity of that child as the recipient of the gift of life,” the Pope declared.

    The declaration states that the Catholic Church does not believe that someone's sex can be changed and puts gender-affirming surgery in the same category as abortion and euthanasia as practices that reject God's plan.

    The report describes the surgeries as violating the human dignity gifted by God and as attempting to play God on the surgeon's table during "sex-change intervention."

    "On account of the intangible value of human life, the Church's magisterium has always spoken out against abortion. In this regard, Pope St. John Paul II writes: 'Among all the crimes which can be committed against life, procured abortion has characteristics making it particularly serious and deplorable,’” reads the report.

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    William"David" Cannady

    Tell that to God…mr monk

    Neo

    Check his hard drive.
    You don't just become 'trans' overnight.
    It's a process that involves rewiring of the brain, that stems from p**n

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