Pope Francis welcomed a group of transgender women at a recent Vatican lunch who were helped during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Let me start off by saying that if Christian preachers want to invite a group of transgenders to have lunch at the church, I think that’s a great idea if the plan is to show them God’s love and give them Paul’s gospel of repentance at the same time. That’s something I could see NTEB taking a part in one day as an evangelical outreach to lost people. But that’s is absolutely not what Pope Francis did the other day in Rome when he invited a group of transgender women to break bread with him.

And how I kept back nothing that was profitable unto you, but have shewed you, and have taught you publickly, and from house to house, Testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ.” Acts 20:20,21 (KJB)

We reported to you back in 2020 how that Pope Francis was a huge supporter of transgenders in Argentina, writing a letter of encouragement to Sister Monica who worked with them there. The pope wrote to her saying “Dear Monica, God who did not go to the seminary or study theology will reward you abundantly. I pray for you and your girls.” Pope Francis has no interest is seeing transgenders getting saved, in fact he doesn’t even know how that could be accomplished, but what he does have an interest in is confirming the members of the LGBTQ+ community in their sins as he welcomes them as ‘good Catholics’ into the Roman Church.

Transgender woman are men, lost men who desperately need someone to give them the gospel and show them how to be saved. Will you give it to them? Pope Francis will not.

Pope Francis hosts group of transgender women for lunch at The Vatican: ‘People often forget about us’

FROM YAHOO! NEWS: The head of the Catholic Church formed a bond with Torvaianica’s trans community during Italy’s strict Covid lockdown. Sex workers showed up at the church of Rev. Andrea Conocchia, when they lost all source of income. In a video shared by Associated Press, women travelled via coach to from the community to Rome to have lunch with him at The Vatican.

One of the attendees, named Mirta Rios, shared:

“I was not expecting this. I never would have expected this! I am very happy. Thanks to God and to him and all those who helped is un the pandemic when we were in bad shape. On top of that, he is Argentinian like me!”

Another guest, named Jessica Quintero, added: “It’s beautiful for us trans [women] because we are forgotten.

“It’s a great pleasure, and a moral boost for us because people often forget about us.”

Two of the trans women, Claudia Vittoria Salas and Laura Esquival, were amongst those who were given a seat at the Pope’s table. It comes as the latest display from Pope Francis of his support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Earlier this month, it was confirmed transgender people will be able to act as godparents, witnesses at religious weddings and receive baptisms.

In June, the Pope told ayoung transgender person, “God loves us all,” earlier this summer, while he spoke to a group of young people in an episode of The Vatican’s podcast series titled Popecast, He listened to several stories including from someone called Giona. They detailed being “torn by the dichotomy between [their Catholic] faith and transgender identity.”

Pope Francis replied: “The Lord always walks with us… Even if we are sinners, he draws near to help us. The Lord loves us as we are, this is God’s crazy love.”

Since being appointed as the head of the Catholic Church in 2013, Pope Francis has adopted a (comparatively) more inclusive stance towards LGBTQ people than his predecessors. In 2017 he went so far as to say that the Church should “apologise” to gay people. READ MORE

A community of trans women from a seaside town south of Rome has have forged a remarkable friendship with the pontiff.

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