Debating between proponents and critics of the Catholic Church’s stance on homosexuality has continued.
The issue came up during the two-week Synod on the Family convened by Pope Francis. Australians Ron and Mavis Pirola, who attended the summit, told bishops at the meeting that they had friends that invited their gay son and his partner home for Christmas.
“They fully believed in the church’s teachings and they knew their grandchildren would see them welcome the son and his partner into the family,” the couple told the bishops. “Their response could be summed up in three words: ‘He’s our son.'”
American Cardinal Raymond Burke, however, disagreed, saying that children shouldn’t be “exposed” to gay relationships.
“If it were another kind of relationship—something that was profoundly disordered and harmful—we wouldn’t expose our children to that relationship, to the direct experience of it,” Burke, who oversees the Vatican court system, told LifeSiteNews…Read More
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