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James Martin, SJ
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Jesuit priest, editor at large @Americamag, author of 'Jesus: A Pilgrimage' and 'Building a Bridge,' consultor to the Dicastery for Communication @VaticanNews
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From @JamesMartinSJ
Racism is a sin.
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From @Teeluckycat
@rexanonq @JamesMartinSJ Please. That’s just a photo op to him. He shows us who he really is everyday.
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From @revronaldgeilen
@JamesMartinSJ Absolutely! I experienced discrimination (or racism) a lot as a (white) immigrant as well. With stat…
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From @24aheaddotcom_
That's not the "racism" Martin means, he means it as defined by far-left SJWs. It's a deliberately very loose term used to quash dissent & punish *any* foe. MT @revronaldgeilen [claims anti-white racism; not clear if sarcastic or not] RT @JamesMartinSJ Racism is a sin.
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From @24aheaddotcom_
.@Teeluckycat: @JamesMartinSJ means "racism" in the stock SJW sense: "whatever we want". It's an immoral, anti-intellectual cudgel used to silence debate & destroy the career of any foe (even those who were friends yesterday). No one with any sense of tradition should support it.
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From @sullivanamy
I try to never bet against @JamesMartinSJ (and God). But I can't stand the idea of two crushed @zengerle children. #GoHeels
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From @24aheaddotcom_
.@sullivanamy: FYI, @zengerle helped GWB drive American #Katrina victims out of work: Whose side are you on, Amy?