“A ‘Catholic LGBT’ ministry known as Out at St. Paul has insinuated that murdered LGBT activist, politician, and sexual predator Harvey Milk is a saint to whom one can ask for spiritual favors.
‘Harvey Milk, pray for us,’ entreated the group earlier this week as it promoted an article featuring a ‘religious icon’ of Milk…
The New York City group, evidently, would like to see Milk, who died 40 years ago, canonized. Yet Harvey Milk was not even Christian: he was a ‘gay’ secular Jew…
The facts about Milk’s life are inconvenient truths for the pro-LGBT Catholics who celebrate this ‘gay’ man and his legacy.
San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, who made history in the 1970’s as the state’s first openly homosexual elected official, has been elevated to a martyr, despite the details of his life differing greatly from the popular narrative.
Milk and Mayor George Moscone were assassinated by Dan White, a former police officer and former city supervisor, on Nov. 27, 1978.
Omitted from most accounts of Milk’s life are his alleged sexual relationships with underage boys.
Milk was attracted to ‘boyish-looking men in their late teens and early 20s,’ wrote Randy Shilts, a homosexual friend of Milk in his biography. ‘Harvey always had a penchant for young waifs with substance-abuse problems.’ One of his young victims was allegedly Jack Galen McKinley, a 16-year-old runaway from Maryland. Jones also had a relationship with a 25-year-old alcoholic named Jack Lira, who eventually killed himself.
Milk also had a close relationship with infamous cult leader Jim Jones, responsible for the forced suicides of over 900 people in the infamous Jonestown massacre, just nine days before Milk’s death.
Jones provided Milk ‘with a printing press, gave him hundreds of campaign ‘volunteers,’ yielded the Peoples Temple pulpit to him, and provided free publicity to him in the Peoples Forum newspaper,’ said Daniel Flynn in an interview published in FrontPage Magazine last month.
In exchange, Milk publicly vouched for Jones.
Despite Milk’s reputation for sexual predation, the federal government under the Obama administration honored Milk with not only a postage stamp, but a Naval ship bearing his name…
Robert Lentz OFM, a Franciscan friar and religious icon painter, created the Harvey Milk ‘icon.’…
Located at St. Paul parish in New York City, Out at Saint Paul participates in and promotes homosexual ‘pride’ events, promotes groups that encourage those with same-sex attraction to embrace and act on it, and otherwise implicitly encourages those suffering with same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria to act upon their inclinations in conflict with Church teaching.
The group has received praise from pro-homosexual Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin. He tweeted last June:.. ‘Out at St. Paul’ is one of the most vibrant Catholic #LGBT ministries in the country, perhaps the world,’ adding that the group is ‘a model for many parishes.’ Martin has speculated, contrary to Catholic teaching, that some saints ‘were probably gay.’…
LifeSiteNews reached out to the Archdiocese of New York seeking comment on the tweet. The archdiocese has not responded.”
Harvey Milk, pray for us. https://t.co/94huJUmp5V
— Out @ St. Paul (@outatstpaul) November 27, 2018