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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. matt
    6 years ago

    I find it interesting that the ones who tell us we need to be tolerant, all-inclusive, and diverse are the ones that are turning so quickly to violence and acts of hate.

  2. Holly
    6 years ago

    Please go to Headline Bistro and read Pastoral Care for Same Sex Attraction.
    Then go over to Courage.com please and do your research.

    If you want go to Pro-Life
    Philipines and read the Article on Homosexuality.

    God Bless brothers and sisters in Christ.

    Happy reading.

  3. kate corwyn
    6 years ago

    So it's OK for the church to make highly derogatory comments about non-members but they don't like it when they get a taste of their own medicine. What a surprise. Like it or not religion is loosening its hold on ordinary people at last.

  4. Christina
    6 years ago

    Whatever persecution gays have gone through, it gives them no right to disrespect a place of worship. What they have done is deplorable and unjust and is more of a waging of war against people who are not doing anything to them.

  5. Jorge
    6 years ago

    Although I disagree with the current maninstream pro-gay mentality, it is important to remember that gay people ARE our brothers and sisters. In my opinion they can , if they wish so to participate in limited forms on the sacraments of the church, but they should never be allowed to preach that being gay is great because that is wrong and immoral. They should never try to equate gay "marriage" to a normal heterosexual union since that is pure nonsense.Can a man marry an animal or a brick wall and use the ridiculous argument that , if he is not allowed to do so, his human rights are under attack? No!Gay marriage is exactly the same thing.

    There are still gay catholics that refuse to leave our church and call for greater tolerance and we should concede a it, but under certain limitations. Gay "marriage" is unaceptable and we will never concede it to no one!

    We should continue our ecumenism with all christian denominations-either, protestant and evangelicals, BUT always keeping in mind they should all return to our catholic church that is indeed THEIR church also.

    These radical pro-gay activists should be confronted and held responsible for their intolerance under reasonable limits obviously.


    Regards,

  6. Jim
    6 years ago

    You parents: how are you going to act when some of your children turn out to be gay? Will you thank God that he / she is healthy? What would Jesus do?

  7. Tim
    6 years ago

    I don't condone the actions of "Bash Back", but consider what gays have had to put up with: the religious crowd has fought any civil protections for jobs and employment and housing. They have protested at the funerals of AIDS patients and tormented their families. They have insisted that they are unworthy to serve in the military (despite the many, MANY instances of valiant and brave conduct by gays). Parents have kicked their children out of their homes to live on the street because their children have revealed they're gay.

    The Bash Back group is a bunch of kooks, but it doesn't negate the fact that gays have traditionally been the ones persecuted.

    I doubt this will get published, despite the fact that Catholics claim to speak for the "Truth".

  8. Alex
    6 years ago

    Newton's Third Law: "For every action there is an equal and opposite REaction." -- Yes, what this group did was extreme, but the indifference and hate directed toward these people are just as offensive and is mirrored in their reaction. As Catholic Christians we are taught to "do unto others. ." but don't necessarily follow-through. Let the heretics at this megachurch fight their own battle. We should be directing our prayers to Christ through our Blessed Mother instead of getting mixed up in the political fray only to exacerbate an already controversial pariah.

  9. Peter Ramsey
    6 years ago

    Stevedid, typical response from an anti-Christian bigot, blame the victims (persons engaged in peaceful worship). The church condemns homosexuality not gays and lesbians. We are taught to pray for them, and to love them.

  10. Sharon Powell
    6 years ago

    This is an example of the persecuting spirit that is attacking the "true" church of God. If we do not take action against this type of assault immediately, Christians will be silenced in America. The Church will have to go underground to proclaim the full counsel of God.Be ware of the spirit of the Antichrist!


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