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As a priest, Bishop Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva famously baptized one-year-old twins who were conceived by hiring a surrogate mother. One of the twins’ ‘parents’ is a transsexual.
July 22, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis has named Bishop Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva of the Diocese of Rio Gallegos in the extreme southern region of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina a member of the Congregation for Bishops. Commonly known as “the most Bergoglian bishop in Argentina,” García Cuerva will be expected to travel regularly to Rome and to participate in the work of this crucially important dicastery, whose role is to name and monitor bishops, create new ecclesiastic territories, and organize ad limina visits of bishops to the Pope.
The nomination is highly symbolic, not least because García Cuerva has shown his openness to transsexuals in different ways, baptizing the twins of a couple composed by two men, one of them a transsexual, and failing adequately to sanction a priest of his diocese who, earlier this year, organized the “marriage” of a similar couple in his parish church. …