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Pope names homosexual to Vatican commissionOn March 24, 2021, Pope Francis appointed known Chilean homosexual Juan Carlos Cruz to the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors.
Cruz became vocal in 2011, giving many interviews on the sexual abuse he suffered when a child from Fr. Fernando Karadima.
Later, he publicly stated that he was a homosexual and became an activist for the LGBT agenda. In April 2018 he was received by Francis, above, who told him: "Juan Carlos, the fact that you are gay does not matter. God made you like that and he loves you like that and I do not care. The Pope loves you as you are; you have to be happy as you are. (Here and here)
Francis' initiative has been considered an indirect answer to the March 15, 2021 Response by the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith to a Dubium regarding the blessing of the unions of persons in same sex unions. The Response said that “God cannot bless sin.”
So, we see that Bergoglio does not lose any opportunity to favor the homosexual agenda. Further, if some Vatican authority steps up to oppose that agenda, he immediately counter-attacks to be sure that the sodomites will have the upper hand in the discussion.
It is unnecessary to say that pro-homo priests like Fr. James Martin, below, was very pleased with Pope Bergoglio's choice of Cruz.