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The petitioners reject the phrase “homosexual lifestyle,” believe “homosexual couples are capable of monogamy” and that “homosexual people lead healthy, normal and productive lives.” They “resent the fact that a school wide assembly became a stage to blast the issue of homosexuality after Pope Francis said …
‘we cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage, and the use of contraceptive methods.’” The petition closed with a call for condemnation of “world hunger, gun violence, the death penalty, unjust care of the elderly, human trafficking, genocide, discrimination etc.; OR been promoting: love, prayer, the Beatitudes, practical ways to serve Christ, patience, just war theory etc.” Lefty folks now routinely use their misunderstanding of Pope Francis as a battering ram against those who uphold and espouse Church teaching.
He called it “monogamish.” A “married” couple of MSMs will go out to the clubs and deliberately end up with other men.
Do this enough and it adds up pretty fast, as do the diseases.
Shelley Earnhardt, a divorced mother of a Charlotte Catholic student, sent out an email asking people to write to the Pope, the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The petition found the “ideas expressed to be both offensive and unnecessarily derogatory.
We are incensed that you knew the content of this speech and allowed these ideas to be expressed in a school that should be preaching love and acceptance.” Specifically the petition said children can thrive even if their parents are divorced, same-sex couples can raise successful children, homosexuality does not occur because of a parent’s shortcoming, masturbation or pornography.
And this is where the real story of the nun’s lecture comes to light. She was collateral damage for those who wanted the scalp of Father Kauth and even more want to stem encroaching orthodoxy from this otherwise Catholic-light enclave.
The larger story is about how the dissenting Church is dying in Charlotte, North Carolina and this is perhaps its dying gasps.