From your Pope List:
It's a "horrific" and "public sin" to begin a literature class in Spanish-speaking Argentina with (according to the link you highlighted) the poetry of the man assassinated by pro-Franco forces and revered as "after Cervantes, Spain's best-known literary export?"For surely, one of the most horrific items in this list, the first, utterly condemns him:
- The first assignment that he gave to the teenage boys in his class in Argentina in 1964 was to read the writing of an openly homosexual author, and one of the boys in that class grew up to become one of Francis' many homosexual defenders. To BEL's knowledge, Francis has never repented from this very public sin.
Do you have any idea how many famous poets and writers were gay?
Do you "condemn" as "horrific" all works of art created by, words written by, histories gathered by, technological advances made by homosexuals?