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WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) - Jesuit homosexualist James Martin is scheduled to address alumni at a prominent Washington D.C. seminary.
Martin, known for his advocacy of same-sex genital acts and transgender ideology — both in contradiction to Catholic Church teaching — is scheduled to speak for Alumni Days 2017 at Theological College, the seminary and theology school for Catholic University of America.
The college is one of the main seminaries in the United States with 26 dioceses in the Northeast and the Southeast sending men for priestly formation and theology.
Martin has gained significantly in popularity the last several months since releasing his latest apology for sodomy and transgender ideology, Building a Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter into a Relationship of Respect, Compassion, and Sensitivity, where he advocates the idea that homosexuals are "made that way" by God.
Martin also claims his promotion and support of homosexuality, sex outside of marriage, transgenderism and progressive-liberal politics is supported by his Jesuit superior and confreres, as well as "several cardinals and bishops, both publicly and privately."
Citing incredible success with his book, Martin is planning to publish an expanded and revised edition, claiming he's "learned a great deal" since writing the first edition after talking to "LGBT people and their families," as well as "cardinals and bishops across the world who have supported LGBT Catholics."
It has also been reported he will be the keynote speaker on October 20 in New York City at the Investiture Gala Dinner for the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, one of the most ancient lay orders in the Catholic Church, which is headed by Cdl. Edwin O'Brien, a suspected homosexual.
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