Priest Urges Christians to Pray for 4-Year Old Prince George to be Gay

Pastor Kelvin Holdsworth asked Christians to pray for 4-Year Old Prince George, son of Prince William, to become homosexual when he grows up. He says his reason is to force the Church of England to support same-sex marriage.  -GEG​

CHRISTIANS should pray for Prince George to be GAY to force the Church of England to support same-sex marriage, a senior Anglican minister has said.

The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, 51, said it would be “the fastest way” for the Church of England to allow gay people to marry.

Writing in a blog post he urged Christians to pray for the four-year-old prince and hope “the Lord blesses George with the love of a fine young gentleman”.

Rev Mr Holdsworth, who is gay, is an LGBTQ+ campaigner and the provost of St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow, a Scottish Episcopal Church, the Church of England’s sister institution.

He helped secure same-sex marriage in Scottish Episcopal churches this year.

But he was blasted by the Right Rev Gavin Ashenden, a former chaplain to the Queen, for his comments.

He told The Times. “It is not a kind prayer. It is not a blessing.

“It’s more like a curse from a fairytale. I would say it’s profoundly un-Christian.

“To co-opt the Royal children to service a narrow sexual agenda seems particularly tasteless.”

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