You definitely should take in the piece at The Catholic Thing by David Carlin. It ends…
I submit that a papal letter on homosexuality is long overdue. The theory and practice of homosexuality, not to mention the great tidal wave of pro-homosexuality propaganda that is flooding the world – these things, it seems to me, are almost as grave a threat to the Church today as Communism and Nazism were in the 1930s.
I won’t be holding my breath till Pope Francis writes such a letter. Nor will I hold my breath in hopes that the Catholic bishops in America will write a collective pastoral letter on the topic.
Carlin writes about the laxity about the aggressive homosexualist agenda – yes, he names Jasmine – has harmed the Church.
One is forced to ask:
If it is the case that the homosexualist agenda is harming the Catholic Church, then why don’t bishops do something about it, even at the level of offering pretty much empty words that no one believes they believe?
Yes, you have to accept the premise that the homosexualist agenda is harming the Church. The alternatives are that it is helping the Church, which is patently not the case for reasons Carlin lays out, or it is neutral, which is also absurd.
Reminder: Homosexual activity is sin that cries out to Heaven.
I will now await the usual anonymous and deeply craven hate mail. I can’t tell you the depth of my juxtaposed pity and contempt for the writers. Pity for their obvious affliction and contempt for their cowardice.