LGBT travel guides have identified the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico as the top gay-friendly destination in the Caribbean.
In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb uncovers how the island's archbishop is giving cover to impure sexual lifestyles.
Last week, Church Militant reported on San Juan archbishop Roberto González's shocking endorsement of Puerto Rican pop star Bad Bunny, notorious for his sexually explicit content.
The Catholic prelate made headlines after tweeting — then deleting — a Bad Bunny concert video clip. He praised the impure musician's "impeccable" personal life.
It's just another example of the way on-the-ground sources say González, an American from New York and a Cdl. Bernard Law-consecrated bishop, is using his position to insert the LGBT agenda into parish life.
His most public LGBT collaboration is an initiative called "One Flock," recently promoted on Puerto Rico's official Catholic television channel.
Host Fr. Milton Rivera Vigo introduces the program topic and Fr. Philip Nunez, vicar of family ministry, who explains the ministry's inspiration and purpose.
Nunez: "What James Martin is trying to say is everyone should be welcomed; everyone should be accepted. And when we think these [couples] should be accepted and these ones not, we have to really think, 'Wow! I have prejudices, these thoughts couldn't have come from the Lord.'"
While González is aggressively promoting homosexualist Fr. James Martin's agenda to his flock, Spanish language press is saying he had a leading role in the firing of Arecibo's faithful bishop, Daniel Fernández Torres.
Earlier this year, Pope Francis relieved Torres of his pastoral responsibilities.
The pontiff didn't provide a reason, but Church progressives say Torres was dismissed because he had not been obedient to the pope and had not been in sufficient communion with his fellow Puerto Rican bishops.
Translation: Torres refused to send his seminarians to a new, Vatican-approved seminary and he supported Catholics who were refusing the so-called COVID vaccine.
Puerto Rican priests are saying Chicago cardinal Blase Cupich, the pope's right-hand man in the United States, also had a hand in orchestrating Torres' ouster.
While some Vatican front men promote compassion and mercy for practicing homosexuals, they have little tolerance for bishops promoting the Faith.
Meanwhile, Puerto Rican Catholics must suffer under González's corrupt leadership.
Earlier this week, Abp. González apologized for his laudatory comments about Bad Bunny, saying "it's not easy" to accompany young Catholics who follow the pop star.