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Homosexual Marriage at the Dusk of Liberty Comments

In the long run, Christians won't be prosecuted for objecting to homosexual marriage as such. They will be prosecuted for denying that the State has the power to define what is morally licit under the legal rubric of civil rights. We are one step closer to the catacombs. Bishops, priests and deacons need to take special note because they will become the first targets of the coming hostility in order to demoralize the faithful. Clergy ... Continue Reading

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  1. DLL
    1 year ago

    The State doesn't even mean The United 50 States of America being in a legal agreement regarding any common law issues at this current time. The state is the state,like the state of Massachusetts or what ever other individual state,that has individually decided to redefine morality,as well as"Marriage". This is the evil in America. Homosexual relations are what they are but legally it is not agreed upon by The All Of the United States of America that homosexuals can freely marry or change the traditional definition of Marriage. The term GBLTQ is such a broad term that it includes every sexual preference disregarding completely the purely heterosexual persons. The war is not against religion,"Catholics" as such,the war is all alternate lifestyle relationships,as in opposition to purely heterosexual relationships,including those individuals that have suffered and failed in those heterosexual marriages and have become divorced and remarried. THE REDEFINITION OF THE MEANING OF FAMILY is extremely dangerous to children because children can now be legally adopted by alternate lifestyle families to be performers as future adult pornography stars,as well as prostitutes,for a lucrative sex escort industry. Prostitution is also an agenda issue for legalization and this is not a matter of "safe sex"! Alternate life style children groomed from childhood for this sex industry certainly can not be brought up with "Christian Values",as this would spoil the indoctrination of these children,because these children cannot learn the meaning of good or bad,or right from wrong. The issue is about children and how to safely provide for them through their formative years. Adoption of a child is a sacred responsibility for any person that adopts ,or any government that dictates common law placement of the adoptable persons and how they are placed in a home,is also a sacred responsibility of the state. All law must be designed to always protect the innocent.

  2. J. Bob
    1 year ago

    Well said Father, well said.

  3. PhilipH
    1 year ago

    The article reminds me of George Orwell's 1984, when no truth can exist other than the state's truth. We seem to be going down that road, and anyone that disagrees with the state's definition and the state's "truth" will be suppressed.

  4. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    To argue against Truth is to void one's character.

    Thank you Fr. Jacobse

  5. jh
    1 year ago

    Concise and clear. Thank you, Father.

  6. mike
    1 year ago

    I am telling you right now - this is not going to be a problem. There are SO MANY homosexuals INSIDE the Catholic clergy that they will simply all come out of the closet at once, and have a big gay party with the persecutors of the Church...end of persecution. END OF CHURCH. no problem.

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