Just a few thoughts while you read this article. I am not a Catholic – never have been – never will be, but the Catholic religion, like all Christian religions have some pretty firm beliefs regarding sex, marriage and the like. They are not malleable, flexible, adaptable or even debatable in the slightest. The laws that govern these topics within the Christian religion come directly from God, and God does not debate nor is he “flexible” regarding them. His law is law and will remain that way til the end of time.
He tells us that extramarital sex is a sin. Homosexuality, bestiality and polygamy are all sins.
Now you can choose to blame the messenger, and that’s okay (however, shooting the messenger is not). I’m just telling Christians what they already know. I’m certainly not telling them what they should or shouldn’t do. I don’t care either way. And the Lord will certainly never command anyone to live a certain way. That’s up to all of us.
I’m just reminding everyone of what really is, like it or not. And to the LGBT Catholics: I’m going go out on a limb and say that you need to decide. If you’re LGBT, you’re not Catholic, or Christian, or any other religion I’m familiar with. You can be one or the other, but not both. I didn’t make the rules.
So chew on that as you read the following post from Breitbart.
Whenever issues like sex and marriage are debated publicly in the Catholic Church, outlying radical organizations come out of the woodwork, trying to grab the spotlight for their own agendas for reform. The Vatican synod on marriage and family issues, which begins tomorrow, will be no different. read more