A bishop in Kentucky is apologizing to homosexuals on behalf of the Catholic Church.
Bishop John Stowe of Lexington delivered pro-gay remarks in a video on social media.
The video came out on Corpus Christi Sunday, when Catholics traditionally honor the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
The bishop's comments come during the month of June, which the LGBT community celebrates as Pride Month — though many of the parades and festivals were canceled this year due to coronavirus.
Bishop Stowe has long been known as a liberal, embracing and advancing theological dissent and the LGBT agenda.
In 2019, Bp. Stowe condemned the Covington Catholic boys who were smeared by the mainstream media over an encounter with Native American activist Nathan Phillips after the March for Life in D.C.
Even after video evidence showed Nick Sandmann and his classmates were victims rather than aggressors, Bp. Stowe continued putting blame on the high schoolers in a column for a local newspaper — lamenting the incident and trashing President Trump.
In a flurry of internet hate, the teenage boys were doxxed and received death threats. Amid all this, Bp. Stowe insisted on tossing the Catholic teenagers to the wolves.