I found it on a pro-same-sex marriage blog called Sensus Fidelium.
Of course God loves all persons - God as Father wills us into existence - he wanted, he wants, each of us as his children. Thus, I do not believe Fr. Martin is saying anything in opposition to Church teaching in his video, although he may not be teaching perfectly or clearly the dogma of faith. Indeed Christ loves us - just the way we are - but he calls us, invites us, to reform our lives and believe in the Gospel. He came to call sinners, to heal the sick... not to affirm a sinful way of life.
Therefore, Fr. Martin is absolutely correct when he says: "Jesus is always welcoming people. . . . I would say that Jesus, if he were here today, would probably be reaching out specifically to gays and lesbians, and specifically to gay and lesbian teenagers who find themselves being rejected by society and often rejected by their religious communities . . ."
At the end of the tape, Fr. Martin continues: "God can help you understand your own dignity, in time. God sees things in an entirely different way than we do. What may seem impossible for you at the time is possible for God..."
Now, perhaps because I want to start giving everyone the benefit of the doubt, I just wonder if Fr. Martin isn't really inviting gay and lesbian youth to be open to change, to be open to God's grace and call? I wish Fr. Martin would have had more time here so that he could have added that it gets better through conversion and acceptance of Christ's teaching...
I must say I am confused that I found the Fr. Martin video on a Catholics for Marriage Equality site however.