'Sodoma', the book to be released simultaneously in twenty countries, in eight languages on February 21, is a big scale media operation to legitimise homosexuality in the Church. But it could backfire on Pope Francis whom the author intended to support.
There is no one more convinced than we are that there is a problem of homosexuality in the clergy. Our website has been writing about it for years, well before any of the mainstream media deemed the subject worth reporting. For this reason, we can detect that operation "Sodoma", the book translated into eight languages, to be released simultaneously in twenty countries on February 21, stinks of fraud. It is presented as a significant scientific work: the author, Frédéric Martel, is a French sociologist and gay activist who claims over a period of four years to have interviewed 41 cardinals, 52 bishops, 45 apostolic nuncios, dozens of Swiss guards and many others amounting to a total of 1,500 people, including those interviewed in the Vatican and around the world. The result is a volume of almost 600 pages and its most striking claim is that four out of five priests in the Vatican are supposedly homosexual.
This is the conclusion: if 80% of the clergy in the Vatican are homosexual it is evident that the fundamental problem is hypocrisy, so it is time to come out and make peace with the facts by accepting homosexuality as a normal orientation. It is interesting to note that Martel embraces in its entirety the thesis of Father James Martin, the Jesuit who wants to legitimise homosexuality in the Church, including the clergy — that is, the problem is the secrecy with which homosexuals are forced to live due to homophobia, and this also explains the abuses. But if only everything were to come to light and were accepted as normal, then the problem would be resolved.
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