Fr. James Martin SJ Attacks Jesus and Mary with Symbol of Sin

STOP the blasphemy. Sign your protest today.

In a recent tweet to 299,000 people, Fr. Martin approvingly posted a sacrilegious icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa with pro-homosexual rainbow-colored halos.

What a slap against the miraculous icon, the purity of Mary and the Divinity of Our Lord

But it gets worse because…

The photo shared by Fr. Martin was made by pro-abortion activists in Poland who openly attack God, the Catholic Church and moral values.
Radical pro-abortion and pro-LGBT activist Elzbieta Podlesna, for example, posted copies of the desecrated icon of Jesus and Mary around St. Dominic’s Church in Plock.

According to AP, the altered icon was also displayed on “garbage bins and mobile toilets.”

Who else uses the desecrated icon? The same pro-abortion mobs who stormed Catholic Churches and vandalized statues of the Saints after the Polish government restricted access to abortion.

Yet Fr. Martin tweeted:

“…[I]t is not surprising that they would add their own symbol, the rainbow, in a respectful way, to a beloved image of their mother.”

Nonsense: The desecrations are deliberate. Intended against God. Using a symbol of sin to attack the holy purity of Jesus and Mary.

Why is Fr. Martin allowed to continue acting like a wolf and lead souls astray?
Moreover, according to media reports:

  • Fr. Martin said Catholics should “reverence” homosexual unions
  • Fr. Martin supports transgenderism for children
  • Fr. Martin favors homosexual kissing during Mass (sacrilege against God)
  • Fr. Martin said homosexuals should be “invited” to be Eucharistic ministers
  • Fr. Martin welcomed an award from New Ways Ministry, a group condemned by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

That’s why your prayerful voice is needed now more than ever.

Fr. Martin should repent and apologize!

With prayerful action, you and I must oppose the smoke of Satan from harming the precious Faith of more young souls. And with discernment, we must distinguish between the true shepherd and the wolves.

Yet — despite the terrible crisis of Faith we see before us, we must always remember that Our Lord is the Good Shepherd, the One who will lead us to Heaven if we remain faithful.

“The sheep hear his voice: and he calleth his own sheep by name, and leadeth them out… and the sheep follow him, because they know his voice” (John 10:4).
“But a stranger they follow not, but fly from him, because they know not the voice of strangers” (John 10:5).

After you sign your protest, please share the petition

Thank you for fighting the good fight.

John Horvat, Vice-President, ‘Tradition, Family and Property’ (TFP) www.ReturnToOrder.org

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12 Responses to Fr. James Martin SJ Attacks Jesus and Mary with Symbol of Sin

  1. Mary Salmond says:

    He is blind to sodomy!

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  2. In every church there are wolves.
    I can see a split in the Catholic Church like there was a split in the Anglican Church 2 decades ago.
    Who wants to align themselves with darkness.

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  3. kathleen says:

    It is not a split weathercycles, but an infiltration of evil people who want to destroy the Catholic Church from within. That’s why it is important to remain faithful to the One True Church founded by Jesus, Son of God, who promised that He would be with His Church till the end of time.

    There have been many great crises in the Church over the centuries, but the Catholic Church has overcome each and every one, whilst never erring from Her original teaching, passed down by the Apostles and concreted (Ed., or expounded) by the early doctors of the Church. She will overcome this one too, but it is up to us to do our part.

    The Protestant revolution of Luther in the 16th century initiated a growing split from the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, so that now there are literally thousands of churches holding opposing ideas.
    The Anglicans also split from the Catholic Church to follow Henry VIII who claimed he was the head of the church! Under his descendants this split was cemented and it became a fierce persecutor of Catholics until the early 19th century.

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  4. John Bennett says:

    Weathercycles the Catholic Church can’t do that. It was founded by Jesus Christ and is bound to follow His directions as documented in the New Testament. Schism (which almost inevitably leads to protestantism anyway) is not consistent with that. Those who split off may remain in the Christian family but they are excluding themselves from the fullness of the faith and are in essence rejecting the head of the Church. It is like a divorce which may bring comfort to those married to a challenging partner but it is hardly obeying God.

    I am sure that there have been well intentioned people in old and new times who have separated from the Church due to certain evil people within but they weaken rather than strengthen the Church. If they believe in Jesus then they should try to improve His Church from within. If their peity is as strong as they believe then they would enrich the Church. Protestantism is not the answer.

    A Catholic man compared the Pope to an alcoholic father. He is an embarrassment but he is the Holy Father. Catholics should hang in to the end to be saved. However a little proactivity probably wouldn’t hurt.

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  5. Thank you for reposting this C P. & S.
    It is actually easier to share from here than from the TFP email. As i told friends, i have signed many petitions against companies who blaspheme but its infinitely offensive when its a priest meant to serve God and shepherd souls.

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  6. Infinitely offensive unless they repent. Gravely offensive right now!

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  7. Thanks. For your reply. I am not a Catholic so l am unaware of Catholic history.
    The next King of England Prince Charles is not a Christian. He is multifaith. Many faiths to God.
    I don’t know how he would allowed to be King with his world church views but yet one half of the Anglican Church is progressive multi faith. There has been division going on for decades. I think disgruntled people leave. However this is harder for clergy.
    How do you cope with the head of Catholic Church being multifaith. Bringing religions together as one?

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  8. kathleen says:

    Thanks weathercycles. Did you see John Bennett’s very good reply to you too?

    Your question is a good one. Many believe that Pope Francis is the worst Pope the Catholic Church has ever had since the time of St Peter, because he is the only one who has ever tried to tamper with the unchanging doctrines of the Church, something that is impossible! (Not even the Pope has the power to do that; he is elected to be the guardian of the handed down Deposit of Faith.) If the Church proclaims Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) is the legitimate Pope then we must accept him, pray for him…. and just keep hoping that the next Pope will rectify some of his shenanigans. The Church has had its share of bad Popes in its 2.000 year history and has survived them all, never erring from the Truth contained in its doctrines and dogmas. But the Church has also had many more great and saintly Popes, almost all who were martyred in the early centuries whilst upholding and defending the Catholic Faith.

    If you are interested, HERE are some quick questions and answers from the renowned Baltimore Catechism about teachings on the Church.

    I see you are from Australia. Must be lovely weather in Oz right now 🙂 .

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  9. Could you supply the link to John Bennett’s post l have not read.
    I see your point. There have been many false prophets in the church age 2200 yrs and the gates of Hell have not prevailed.
    Great you still have a good church to attend.
    Summer in Australia can be very hot. We are a big country and our weather varies. We are coastal sub tropics and today it is warm humid and wet.

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  10. kathleen says:

    @ weathercycles

    Thanks for your reply. Yes you’re right, false prophets always have and always will be among us. Our Blessed Lord Jesus warned us about them. Even one of His chosen twelve was seduced by Satan and became a traitor.

    John Bennett’s response to you is there above (^) in the comment section right below my first reply. It was written at 10:37am on 31st January.

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  11. I can see it below now. Trying to follow weather cycles conversation. I am from Australia too, weather cycles- Sydney.

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