His Excellency Most Rev. Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of Madison and Extraordinary Ordinary, has a column in the recent number of the diocesan newspaper which connect three topics that you might not be immediately inclined to connect.
Eschatology (theology of the Last Things), all sorts of confusion about marriage, Holy Mass ad orientem.
Crunched down, God made us for a reason. Many of you who studied the Baltimore Catechism can recite it immediately.
If we lose sight of our proper end, or goal, then we start to screw up other things. For example, two people (or more, I guess) of the same sex might get a notion that they can get married, or that it is okay to have sexual relations with such a person. They go dreadfully wrong and lost on bad paths. To recover our sense of direction, we need to contemplate again the Last Things. One way to do this is through the recovery of ad orientem worship!