Friday, June 12, 2015

Francis to meet with sodomite Simón Cazal, executive director of SOMOSGAY who is 'married' to fellow sodomite activist Sergio López, in Asunción, Paraguay at a roundtable forum on 11 July 2015

- Simon Cazal -

How to meet Francis...

Write him a letter or better yet start a NGO campaign urging the Church to accept perversity and depravity.

Simón Cazal and members of  SOMOSGAY marching for sodomy.

In view of the Pope's visit to Paraguay, from 10-12 of July, SOMOSGAY will present a campaign inviting and urging the Catholic Church to respect LGBT people and their families, highlighting the attitude of the Pope himself, who positively mentioned LGBT people in different occasions.
SOMOSGAY considers the gesture of Pope Francisco towards LGBT people as a breakthrough, considering the ultraconservative context that has characterized the Vatican at the time of their ancestors.
The attitude of dialogue also helps to deconstruct the myth that LGBT people can not be Christian or may not profess a faith or religion, which is promoted by fundamentalist sectors to deny rights and justify intolerant attacks against other people based on their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
“One can be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender AND a Catholic at a time; there is no contradiction between being an LGBT person and being a religious person. Respect for personal beliefs is inherent in democracy” says Sergio López, activist of SOMOSGAY. “We recognize that human diversity also exists within the Catholic Church, especially in Paraguay, being the Latin American country with the highest percentage of Catholics, with a rate of 89%. We hope that the religious leaders of our country catch up with the Holy Father and join its stance of openness and reconciliation”, reaffirmed.
In that sense, SOMOSGAY calls to abandon the positions of intolerance and insults dehumanizing LGBT people. "Denying rights, attacking people and ignore their families goes against Catholic principles of love and respect, we hope that -as in the days of the dictatorship, the choice of the Paraguayan Catholic Church is in favor of and unprotected and persecuted in our time, among those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, " said López.

Wait a few days or weeks...

Receive your invitation to meet with Francis!

Sergio López & Simón Cazal

Asunción, 04 de junio del 2015.
Sr. Simon Cazal
Director Ejecutivo
De nuestra consideración:
“Es hora de saber cómo diseñar, en una cultura que privilegie el diálogo como forma de encuentro, la búsqueda de consensos y acuerdos, pero sin separarla de la preocupación por una sociedad justa, memoriosa y sin exclusiones. El autor principal, el sujeto histórico de este proceso, es la gente y su cultura, no es una clase, una fracción, un grupo, una élite. No necesitamos un proyecto de unos pocos para unos pocos, o una minoría ilustrada o testimonial que se apropie de un sentimiento colectivo. Se trata de un acuerdo para vivir juntos, de un pacto social y cultural”. (1)
El Papa Francisco visita el Paraguay como “Mensajero de la Alegría y de la Paz” y desea compartir este mensaje en el “Encuentro con la Sociedad Paraguaya por una Cultura de la Confianza” ya que la alegría y la paz parten de la confianza mutua.
La Conferencia Episcopal Paraguaya, a través de la Comisión Organizadora de la Visita de Su Santidad el Papa Francisco, reconoce el alto impacto de su organización en la sociedad paraguaya, por lo que invita a 1 (un) representante de la misma a participar de este encuentro a realizarse en el estadio “León Condou” (Marcelino Noutz casi Avenida España - Asunción), el día sábado 11 de julio. El invitado accederá al estadio entre las 13:00 y las 14:30 hs. Adjuntamos la ficha de registro, que deberá ser devuelta por este medio hasta tres días posteriores a la recepción de esta nota. La invitación es de carácter personal e intransferible y deberá ser retirada del Seminario Metropolitano (Av. Kubitschek 661 y Azara) a partir del 1 de julio.
Contamos con la presencia del representante de su organización como contribución para que este encuentro fortalezca el desarrollo de una cultura de la confianza, que nos permita a todos los paraguayos construir un país mejor.
Reciba nuestro cordial saludo y la bendición en la paz de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
Pbro. Dr. Narciso Velázquez Ferreira
Rector – Universidad Católica “Nuestra Señora de la Asunción” …
(1) Papa Francisco, en la Exhortación Apostólica “Evangelii Gaudium”, sobre la anunciación del Evangelio en el mundo actual.
SOURCE : Buzzfeed, Pope Francis Will Hold His First Public Meeting With A Married Gay Activist 

Accept your invitation!

Simón Cazal

Is Francis going to preach the Gospel to Simón Cazal and others who like him are mentally ill as well as spiritually sick?

We don't think so...Simón Cazal is going to preach acceptance of the sin of sodomy to Francis all in the name of tolerance.

After all, some are more equal than others in Francis' mind especially if they wallow in the sinful cesspools in the 'peripheries' and encourage others to join them! 

Backing his words with his actions!

Thanks to the anonymous reader of Call Me Jorge... who alerted us about this story. 

 Paraguayan news report of story


  1. Reading your post I would have bet that Somosgay is a NGO associated with the United Nations:

    Simon Cazal, Co-Founder of SOMOSGAY, has been selected as the NGO delegate representative of the Latin American region in the Programme Coordinating Board of UNAIDS (PCB). The PCB is the most important political HIV-related forum worldwide. This delegation is relevant for the effective inclusion of community voices and to ensure the active participation of civil society. Its members represent the perspectives of civil society -including people living with HIV- within the UNAIDS’ policies and programs.

    NGO/civil society participation in PCB
    UNAIDS was the first United Nations programme to have formal civil society representation on its governing body. The position of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) is critical for the effective inclusion of community voices in the key global policy forum for AIDS.

    Cardinal Bergoglio worked closely with URI which was founded by the United Nations:
    It is no secret that the Holy Father has his supporters in radical organizations such as the Council for a Parliament of the World Religions. He is also regularly praised for his extensive experience in interreligious relations in Argentina.

    And then there is this strangely underreported connection between Pope Francis and a global organization called the United Religions Initiative (URI)—which, according to their website, “envisions a world at peace, sustained by engaged and interconnected communities committed to respect for diversity, nonviolent resolution of conflict and social, political, economic and environmental justice.”

    Pope Francis, while still Cardinal Bergoglio, was reportedly a friend and supporter of the San Francisco-based URI, which has regional offices in 83 countries and seems to have as its ultimate objective the establishment of what conspiracy theorists used to call the One World Religion, whereby Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Shintoists, Bahá’is, Sikhs, Hindus, Zoroastrians, New Agers, Wiccans, representatives of aboriginal religions, etc., would set aside all doctrinal differences or claims of religious supremacy in order to engender universal peaceful coexistence.