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‘Concerned Catholics’ Group Petitions Archbishop to Remove LGBT-Activist Priests from Ministry

In this file photo taken on September 24, 2015 papal nuncio in Washington Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano (C) sits among Catholic clergy and members of Congress as Pope Francis addresses a joint meeting of the US Congress in the House Chamber of the US Capitol in Washington, DC. A former …
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A group of Catholics in Atlanta, Georgia, has launched a petition demanding that Archbishop Wilton Gregory “remove priests who promote the LGBT agenda from public ministry,” and who continue what many priests and bishops say is a “homosexual culture” within the Church that is at the root of the lies and cover-up of the sexual abuse scandal.

Concerned Catholics of Atlanta’s petition at invites signers to also demand Gregory “stop supporting parishes who openly endorse LGBT lifestyles, activities and behaviors that are contrary to Church teaching, and to stop ‘looking the other way’ from evil in our Archdiocese.”