Progressivism in the Church
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Franciscans at the Chicago Women's MarchBesides the strong participation of female religious orders at the recent Women's Marches against Trump, which took place in the principal cities of the U.S., we also noticed the presence of their male counterparts.
In the photo above, you can see euphoric Franciscans in Chicago offering their full support to the Women's March feminist agenda and in particular to their platform against the ban on immigration from Arab countries suspect of exporting terrorism. Below, you see a close-up of a Mass said near the White House on January 29, protesting the ban on refugees.
In these initial days of the new presidency of the United States, it is not difficult to realize that the Catholic Religious Orders and Clergy have already taken a position of leftist opposition to it. Unfortunately, this comes as no surprise, since, after John XXIII, the Conciliar Church has methodically aligned herself with Socialism and Communism in almost all the social issues.
Now, under the papacy of Francis, the Religious Orders and Clergy are strongly encouraged to adopt the Liberation Theology agenda, which is always seeking a pretext to promote communist class struggle and destroy Capitalism, presented as a "structure of sin."
Posted February 12, 2017