Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Pope's New Book Features Preface By Gender Theory Activist

Valeria Fedeli, wrote preface to book by the Pope.
Italian Education Minister Valeria Fedeli—an outspoken LGBT and gender theory advocate—has written the preface for a new book on education attributed to Pope Francis, reports Breitbart.

The book bearing the Pope’s name, Learning to Learn: Reflections on Education Issues (“Imparare ad imparare. Riflessioni sui temi dell’educazione”), appeared in bookstores in Italy last Thursday.

Last month, Fedeli came out publicly against the organizers of “Family Day” for their opposition to the use of gender theory in the nation’s schools.

This is all the more peculiar because Pope  Francis has slammed gender theory for its denial of “the difference and reciprocity in nature of a man and a woman,” and for its dream of “a society without sexual differences.”

One local media outlet noted that the choice for preface-writer seemed “almost a provocation” by the Pope.



  1. Flannery O'Connor, a revered and devout Catholic author from the American South, could still say this: "It seems to be a fact that you have to suffer as much from the Church as for it".

  2. Maria Montessori must be turning in her grave!