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Faux-Catholic Discussion on 'Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church' Comments

A series of talks sponsored by gay activists groups is proposing that the Catholic Church needs to 'reconsider' the way it addresses homosexuality. Claiming that the Catholic Church has had a monologue on LGBT issues, rather than a discussion, the participants in these talks say they want to see the Catholic laity more involved. But aren't the Catholic laity already involved? Continue Reading

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  1. David
    3 years ago

    Interesting that a Jesuit is part of the organization of this event. Sadly, it is not surprising.

  2. vance
    3 years ago

    Billy, Great Article, I would say the Homosexual Activists are right about a monologue discussion because all I ever heard from the Pulpit for the last 30 years is that we should Love, Tolerate, and Embrace Homosexuals. I can only recall 2 times I heard a priest say anything for Pro-Life, anti-Abrtion, Pro-Marriage. That's it!!!! The Liberal Establishment Priests and Bishops will continue to push Homosexuality with their Faux Catholics until the Pope and Magesterium kicks them out of the Church as they should. If God the Father and Jesus Christ do not tolerate homosexuality, then why should we?? If God the Father and Jesus Christ instituted the Holy Sacrament of Marriage between one man and one woman, Why then are the Bishops and priests NOT defending this Holy Sacrament from the PULPIT???


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