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Billboard Shows Pope Marrying Gays

One thing about the left is they show you where they're going quite often. They deny it but they show it. Make no mistake, eventually the push for gay marriage will be about forcing churches to perform same-sex marriages.

Look, the Church was forced to drop their adoption services altogether in some cities because the cities were forcing them to allow for gay adoption. Anyone actually think the "right" to marry whoever you want will stop at the Church's doors.


You gotta' love how politically correct the billboard is too, showing a white guy marrying a black guy.

The left is constantly carping about tolerance and kindness. But when it comes to the Church and the Pope, all bets are off.
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13 comments:

Ranting Catholic Mom said...

Yes. This is what is coming. Make no mistake.

Sand Mama said...

I think I'm with George Wigel on this, get the church out of the civil marriage business. Remove the sacrament of marriage from any connection it has to the state NOW before this becomes the real future...

Mary De Voe said...

Why does the guy on the right seem to have breasts?

Mary De Voe said...

Marriage is informed consent of one man and one woman sanctified by God, the Creator and Endower of free will and intellect and human sexuality. Notice that the three fingers the Pope uses to bless represent the Three Persons in One God, the Triune God's blessing which is bestowed upon man and woman, but cannot be bestowed upon anyone stealing the blessing, extorting right, raping the sacredness of man. This is a very good depiction of crime against the Holy Name of God and the absolute vacuity of sin. This picture screams "ABUSE". "They will stand up to be condemned."

Mary De Voe said...

Sand Mama: The state cannot dictate to the church how the church will practice the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity or the practice of freedom of religion, or the practice of the freedom to worship, relate to, speak to, write to, and assemble to and for God. It is not possible for the state to know the mind of its sovereign constituents without the crime of false witness. One witness is no witness. Who will second the motion for the state, or testify for the state's defense? The atheist has repudiated his acknowledgement of his unalienable rights and privileges.

Mike said...

Sand Mama: So the Church gets out of the civil marriage business, and the adoption business, and the helping victims of human trafficking business (we were kicked out because we wouldn't give them abortions), and the overseas food for the poor business (since we won't distribute condoms). Do we stop doing everything the state tells us we can't do? What will be next? And when the state runs everything what do we say?

Nan said...

Didn't the Vatican successfully get the Pope's image taken off someone else's advertising? I don't know the laws in NZ, but a corporation appears to be using Pope Benedict's image to make a profit. False light publicity? Normally those whose images appear in advertising appear with permission and are paid for it.

Mary De Voe said...

Nan: Great point.

Sophia's Favorite said...

@Mike: thank you. I grow so tired of the "let's take our ball home" argument. Christianity is not just a religion for monks.

Buddhism has the exact same morals as Christianity, regarding sexuality and human dignity. But it takes the exact attitude toward "the state" that Sand Mama is suggesting. So the main institutions that took in orphans, in Asia, were brothels. Still are, in much of Southeast Asia.

Does anyone else think "let's turn every city into Bangkok" is not something a Christian should be saying?

Unknown said...

Notice the daisy flower border. Kind of a throw back to flower power of the good old hippie days that put this sexual de-revolution into high gear.

kickerofelves said...

Maybe you should worry less about gay marriage and a bit more about the child-victims who were abused by priests & take to task the bishops who protected them or mention how Bishop Finn should resign. Or just continue to keep your priorities out of whack.

Christina said...

^ Drink!

Joseph D'Hippolito said...

The Church was not "forced" to drop its abortion services through Catholic Charities. The Church chose to drop those services because Catholic Charities took federal money...which means federal oversight. All Catholic Charities has to do is renounce federal money. But Catholic Charities won't do that. Why? Because the bishops won't do that. Why? Because the bishops are more interested in forming a symbiotic relationship with the State than they are about being faithful to Church doctrine! That has been the hierarchy's MO for centuries!!

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