Heretic Priest Fr. James Martin Scheduled to Appear at St. Francis in Raleigh This Saturday

A reader calling herself “Mary” posted the following comment. I agree with her that action is necessary to put a stop to these heretical activities happening right in our own backyard. The diocese should not be allowing these things to take place. Please call the bishop’s office at the number listed below and voice your concern!
Please call the office of the Bishop and respectfully ask him to stop this.
main number Catholic Center 919-821-9700 ask for Sara Edwards
Fr. James Martin, S.J. Speaking in Raleigh April 7
Fr. James Martin, S.J. will be speaking at St. Francis parish on April 7th regarding his new book Building A Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter a Relationship of Respect, Compassion and Sensitivity. The gathering will be held in the Founder’s Room with registration and refreshments at 9:30 AM, presentation at 10 AM followed by Q&A. St. Francis Parish 11401 Leesville Rd. Raleigh 27613
Fr. Martin Skyped with this group at Saint Francis in September 2017, Bishop Zarama, according to Father Martin, wrote him a welcoming letter. Fr. Martin also Skyped at Saint Andrew’s, Apex and a letter from the bishop was said to have been read.
James Martin, SJ @JamesMartinSJ.Sept16
About to Skype with St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Raleigh, NC, beginning with a kind letter from the bishop. Talking about LGBT Catholics.

3 thoughts on “Heretic Priest Fr. James Martin Scheduled to Appear at St. Francis in Raleigh This Saturday

  1. Barbara

    Follow up….just spoke with the receptionist at St Francis who stated the event with Fr. Martin is on the schedule for tomorrow….so much prayer needed !!

  2. Barbara

    I have been informed that Bishop Zarama was unaware of this event on Saturday at St Francis and he is ‘working with the pastor, Fr. Patti’. I also learned Fr. Martin skyped a presentation at Blessed Sacrament last fall. We need to all be aware , address all situations in charity and pray for our Bishop as well as Fr. Martin.

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