Dig Me Up: I'm a Catholic who
1. supports same sex marriage
2. supports contraception
and guess what, I’m still Catholic. [DON’T BE SO SURE!]
We all are sinners. We all have wrongdoings. We all have conflicts with the Church. Does that make me or anyone else “less Catholic”? No. It just means we have different opinions than…
you’re doing it wrong.
Hai guise, I’m a vegetarian, that eats double cheeseburgers with a McChicken in the middle.
The Gay Bostonian: Why The Catholic Church Hates Glee
So apparently the catholic church has rated Glee 3D as O for morally offensive because the movie preaches acceptance of gays. Why am I not surprised. A church that says its tolerant and pro human rights rejects a show that tries to pass the same message simply because it includes a group of people…
The Church does not “hate” glee. It does not hate. In fact, in the Church we are taught to defend those who are ridiculed and hated. That includes homosexuals. It seems you have the same common misconception that most have. We are taught to hate the sin, not the sinner. Love the sinner, pray for them, and guide them. In the Catholic Church, being “gay” is called Same Sex Attraction. Gay persons in the Church are accepted and loved and encouraged in their life in Christ. Yes, they must remain chaste if they wish to stay in the state of Sanctifying Grace within the Church (or receive the sacrament of Penance). But that is a decision that they make. Those with SSA who do choose a life of chastity and pursue God are ridiculed far worse by gay activist groups and modern society than they are by any Christian group.
I hate glee because of its presentation of sexuality in general. Glee also makes my ears bleed.