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A bishop in Georgia is aiding the gay agenda.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta allows the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception to participate in a gay pride parade year after year.
The Catholic parish has LGBT potluck socials and has ties to dissident gay groups Dignity and New Ways Ministry — condemned by the Vatican.
In spite of complaints from Catholics scandalized by the Shrine's gay-friendly agenda, Abp. Gregory turns a blind eye, allowing the scandal to continue.
In 2013, he welcomed dissident pro-gay group Fortunate Families, which rejects Catholic teaching on chastity for gays.
The archbishop said of the meeting, "I assured them that the Church must welcome all of her sons and daughters — no matter what their sexual orientation or life situation might be — and that we have not always done so with a spirit of compassion and understanding."
In 2015, he said Mass for a dissident LGBT retreat that took place at the chancery.
Archbishop Gregory is yet another prelate, along with Cdl. Cupich of Chicago and Cdl. Tobin of Newark, who supports pro-gay Jesuit Fr. James Martin.