Salford Bishop John Arnold, 66, England, will be presiding a Eucharist “for the LGBT community” at Holy Name Parish in Manchester on October 12, Deacon Nick Donnelly reported on Twitter (August 2)
Arnold was made a Westminster Auxiliary Bishop by Benedict XVI in 2005. In 2010 he celebrated an Old Latin Mass for the "Latin Mass Society".
Pope Francis made him Salford Bishop in 2014. A year later Arnold decided to close down 75 of his 150 parishes. In 2017 he spoke at a parade celebrating Mohammad's birthday.
Arnold supports mass migration and climate change. He also said that Donald Trump is on the “wrong side of history”
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