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'Jesus is a homo' Homosexuals Disrupt Church Service Comments

Using megaphones for amplification they shouted epithets at those entering the service such as “Jesus is a homo”. They also mockingly carried an upside down pink cross. Continue Reading

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  1. thomas
    6 years ago

    Sin cannot enter heaven, GOD cannot look on sin. Homosexual life is a sin. lying is sin.

  2. Fr.Thomas
    6 years ago

    The very statement'Jesus is a homo' by the homosexuals show that how dangerous and mentally disturbed this groups are to the human society. They do not even deserved to be called humans.

  3. edmundson ugbodu
    6 years ago

    I believe I have every reason to be happy for being a christian, not just a christian but a catholic who saw the things that are wrong in the gay community and lifestyle. As for the gay supporters I think we should keep on praying to God to change their heart before it will be too late for them.

  4. Holly
    6 years ago

    NO one said anyone who was gay is bad. Dont we say in the Church, hate the sin love the sinner. This gets bad publicity and is often times misunderstood.

    I repeat go to please and Headline Bistro and do your research and see what the Church teaches you might be surprised children of God.
    Love in Christ

  5. Karzdan
    6 years ago


    "Stevedid - You're right, we do live in a free, secular nation. But we also live in a democratic nation. And the ban on gay marriage was set by a popular vote.I wonder what would happen if Christians protested in such a manner at homosexual activist events."

    "The US is a democracy and not a dictatorship. The people have spoken. Their voting majority should br respected."

    I'm more than happy to point out, that the majority isn't allowed to remove the rights of a minority group, here in the US. That's why interracial marriages where made legal, despite the massive opposition in some rather racist states. And these 'state amendments' (Cali, Florida, Arizona and others) will be thrown out. It is wrong to discriminate against a minority.

  6. Jon Franks
    6 years ago

    Although admittedly I'm not familiar with the platform of Mt. Hope Church, I support any and all non-violent efforts to disrupt the activities of any religious institution that speaks out against homosexuality, just as I would for any religious institution that condemns a particular race or religion. Through social progress, this nation will come to look back on its denying civil rights to homosexuals with shame.

  7. anonymous
    6 years ago

    Just because somebody is gay, doesn't mean they are bad.

  8. Leti
    6 years ago

    It is amazing how anything that is positive of a Christian nature is not publicized and neither is anything negative that concerns homosexuality. What a bad state we are in. Christians of all denominations should be praying....

  9. Gina McGee
    6 years ago

    Have we come so far in this culture that we would defend the actions of these people? The Christian church is being persecuted externally and internally from a humanistic stance that suggest everyone is exactly equal and should be embraced for their individual beliefs, actions, etc. The intolerance of the “tolerant” left is frightening. In their pursuance of making everything fair as they see it, they squelch the beliefs and speech of those with whom they disagree. Why are we, as Christians, standing here allowing the body of Christ to be trampled on without defending her? We have allowed the enemies of the church a safe haven to attack her, unquestioned and undefended. Why are we afraid to defend the truth? Do we not hold fast to the Bible? The Word of God, which is Jesus, does not change because it doesn’t suit us. Today we have been desensitized to believe that homosexuality is an “alternative” lifestyle right there along with bisexuality, polygamy, premarital cohabitation, the list goes on. Sixty years ago, these would have been considered perversions, if not just immoral. How far will we allow this to go before we objectively look at what we have become? Sixty years from now will we be allowed to marry our dog? Will children still be protected if they “desire” to marry an adult? These are things that seem far-fetched today but will they in 60 years? We need to wake up. God does not change.

  10. Holly
    6 years ago

    We as a Catholic church must stay strong. The gay community has dealt with bashing before and by some religious groups. Some of you provide arguments only with the past. For example, what they had to deal with in the past gives them right to do the same thing to the church. No, it doesn't. If someone kills your family member, does that give you any right to murder someone elses child? Plus, these people are not the same people that treated you unfairly. Most of the people in the church are children, the elderly, and many innocent people just looking for worship. It is unacceptable to treat anyone without humanity. However, we also as Catholics and other denominations alike have to uphold our beliefs. For the gays, get a union, but there is no right that you have in the constitution or government to recieve the marriage sacrement in ANY church. Also, many groups like the one that stormed the church, preach about civil rights, liberty and peace for all, then what exactly was that display? A contradiction?

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