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Dear pope (2)

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Dear pope (2) |

The last topic is very delicate but also very important nowadays. Religion says, everyone is welcome. But not everyone feels to be welcome. Especially for homosexuals, bisexuals, transgender and all the other people that are sex-related different than the majority. But why is that so? Jesus says God loves everyone. We know that. Then why do we act differently? In the last two topics, I found evidence to support my arguments. This topic is different. The only possibility for me is to argue with my own experiences. That means, you don’t have to believe. But I promise that I am not lying.

A few months ago, I found out that my best friend is part of the LGBTQ+ community. At first, it was no problem for me but I started thinking about how God wants me to deal with it. Then she invited me to go to the Christopher Street Day together. I just didn’t know what to do, so I started praying. I said to God: “You know, I want to go there. I want to support my friend. But what do you want me to do? What do you think about all that?” Then I made a “deal” with my holy father: “If you are okay with LGBTQ+, you make sure I can go. If LGBTQ+ is not meant to be, don’t let me go”. Right after this prayer, my friend called me to cancel the appointment. I was worried about how we will get along if I don’t accept her gender and sexuality and I told her all about it. I also prayed to Jesus, that he should help me helping my friend. And then, one day before Christopher Street Day, my best friend called me again, to make sure I had time. God has no problem with different sexualities, otherwise, I would have not been there.

I don’t know exactly how it is organized in the Vatican. I suppose that your holiness can not make such important decisions on your own. So, it’s not that big of a problem for me if nothing changes. But I want you as represent of all the catholic Christians to try and change something.

I remain respectfully, your humble servant

PS: I just read in the bible, that King David was gay. He kissed Saul's son Jonathan when David was haunted by Saul

© LM 2022-07-18


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