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Maybe Gay Activist Fr. Martin told Francis "Jesus Stops being a God & becomes a Man"

Yesterday, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano urged Francis himself to give a "clear answer" to if he believes Jesus was always God.

So far, Francis refuses to follow Archbishop Vigano's urging.

Francis problem on this issue with Vigano started when his close longtime friend Eugenio Scalfari quoted Francis saying:

"Once incarnate, Jesus stops being a God and becomes a man until his death on the cross."

Gay activist Fr. James Martin whom Francis promotes and invites to visit him at the Vatican may have led Francis astray by saying as he did on Twitter to him;

"Today, we see Jesus' human and divine nature: he learns from the woman that his ministry extents to all."

Gay activist Martin believes Jesus' human nature was ignorant of his divine mission and so therefore Christ's human nature was apparently split from his divine nature.

It appears that Martin and Francis may believe Jesus' divinity was separated from his humanity.

Is it possible that Martin said in some inadvertent way to his Vatican promoter what Scalfari quotes Francis saying:

"Jesus stops being a God and becomes a Man."

The only problem for Martin and possibly for Francis if he refuses to clearly state Jesus was always God is the infallible Council of Chalcedon which declared:

"He is not split or divided into Two Persons, but He is one and the same only begotten Son, God the Word, the Lord Jesus Christ."

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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