Pro-LGBT activists are celebrating their sin of sodomy this month and labeling concerned Catholics with terms like "homophobic." The Vatican former watch-dog of orthodoxy, however, says homophobia is a made up term to shut down debate on the issue.
Cardinal Gerhard Müller, former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, said in May that homophobia isn't real.
"Homophobia simply does not exist, it is clearly an invention," affirmed the cardinal, saying it was a tactic by activists to dominate "the minds of others."
One cleric pushing this homophobic narrative is homosexualist priest Fr. James Martin. Speaking at Fordham Universtiy last year, Fr. Martin referenced an openly homosexual relationship of his friend, saying, "I have a hard time imagining how even the most traditionalist, homophobic, closed-minded Catholic cannot look at my friend and say, 'That is a loving act, and that is a form of love that I don't understand but that I have to reverence.'"