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Regardless of what it is called, legal sanctioning of homosexual relationships creates a host of unintended consequences and constitutes a serious threat to religious liberty. Continue Reading

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  1. John Dean
    6 years ago

    The message I get from the article is that public support or tax breaks are in jeopardy when churches exclude gays in the public jurisdictions. I see this as supportive of civil rights and has nothing to do with religious liberty in the church jurisdiction. Prop 8 in CA then looks like overkill defensive measures to save the church from dealing with homosexuality while cheating homosexuals as second hand citizens in the public arena.
    I would ask churches to stay out of the public arena when it is in regards to same sex sensitive activities, and stop messing with their lives.

  2. JM
    6 years ago

    Catholics do to hate homosexuals or any human being. Catholics do believe that sex belongs in a marriage between a man and a woman.

  3. deb
    6 years ago

    How does the catholic church not see its stance on hateful and intolerant? There are much bigger "evils" in the world and commented on by the Bible that deserve attention more than this. As a catholic myself, I do not support the church in this outlook. God made everyone in his/her image, and I think is appalled how the catholic church thinks in this. You are being judgmental, which is unchristian behavior.

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