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Abp William Goh of Singapore (Liberal bishops Part 102)


Pope Francis continues to stack the College of Cardinals with liberal and pro-LGBT prelates.


Abp Goh is wrong on so many points.

* Cannot compromise gospel values but need to be realistic? Do not compromise gospel values. Period. To be realistic is precisely to not compromise gospel values. If you bend backwards in order to be “realistic,” then you have already compromised gospel values.

* Everyone must be embraced by the Church including the divorced and LGBT? Certainly. But not the political correctness of just embracing but without talking about the person’s sin. Embrace and love the sinner but hate the sin.

* What the Church needs is compassion? Agreed. But compassion does not include keeping a blind eye to sin. On the contrary, real compassion points out the sin, so the sinner may be properly educated and helped out of the sin.


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Newly appointed cardinal says Church must embrace the ‘divorced’ and ‘LGBTQ’


We cannot compromise the values of the Gospel, but at the same time we need to be realistic,’ said Archbishop Goh.



Pope Francis with Archbishop William Goh during 2018 Ad Limina visitVatican News


Michael Haynes (LifeSiteNews) — A Singapore prelate recently announced as a cardinal by Pope Francis, has stated that “everybody must somehow be embraced by the Church,” including those who are “divorced” and “LGBTQ.” Speaking to Vatican News July 4, Cardinal-elect William Goh outlined his views on the Catholic Church, several weeks before he is due to received his red hat in the consistory of August 27, along with 20 other new cardinals.

READ: Pope Francis’ new cardinal pick has a horrifying record on homosexuality and abortion Referencing the widespread numbers of “highly educated” people in Singapore, Goh noted that “people here have high expectations of priests, not just only in terms of their moral life, but in terms of their preaching and teaching.”

He also praised the “religious harmony” which exists in Singapore, saying that due to the heavy penalties for insulting other religions – including jail terms – “nobody insults the Catholics here.”

A key part of his interview came when Cardinal-elect Goh singled out aspects of Pope Francis’ pontificate which had stuck out to him. Goh highlighted Francis’ “compassion and inclusivity,” adding that “I think what the Church needs today is really compassion.”


Article published by LifeSiteNews For the full article, click here.



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