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Fr James Martin SJ
June 28, 2021
Pope Francis writes a note to a pilgrim at the Vatican on 6 July 2016. (GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP via Getty Images)   Pope Francis has written a personal letter in support of Fr James Martin SJ’s ministry to LGBTQ+ Catholics, thanking the prominent and frequently controversial Jesuit for his work and encouraging him to continue his
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I think I’ve finally wrapped my mind around Fr James Martin SJ’s method for undermining sound doctrine and leading souls astray without ever actually committing heresy. Others have described him as “going right up to the line, and never crossing it.” This is a fair metaphor, but not completely accurate. Martin frames his arguments in
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