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A South African prelate is calling out Black Lives Matter (BLM).
On Monday, Cdl. Wilfrid Napier of the archdiocese of Durban blasted the group for being "committed to dismantling the very values, structure and institutions which have over the centuries undergird the best civilizations and cultures."
His Eminence is known for his staunch pro-life advocacy, tweeting in February of 2019 that it's the hate crime of our era. But Cdl. Napier is not the only one speaking up.
Bishop Joseph Strickland of the diocese of Tyler, Texas also criticized the group, exposing the Marxist goals listed on BLM's website.
"Two points are made that are contrary to faith: 1) opposing the nuclear family (where is dad?) and 2) opposing God's plan for sex as a union of male and female. This agenda is dangerous!" Strickland tweeted.
These denunciations come on the heels of Indiana priest Fr. Theodore Rothrock being suspended June 28 by Lafayette bishop Timothy Doherty for calling Black Lives Matter "maggots and parasites ... feeding off the isolation of addiction and broken families."
The move inspired dueling protests last Sunday with one side demanding the bishop reinstate him, and the others insisting he remain suspended.
Despite outcry from the bishops, there is still disagreement within the Church on how to deal with the Marxist BLM movement, with some looking to fight and others to appease.