Author Topic: Vatican Cardinal: ‘Homosexual Culture’ In The Church Part Of Abuse Crisis  (Read 946 times)

Offline AndyJackson

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That’s disgusting.

I know we’re supposed to be Christians, but why can’t we hate people?  I admit it. I hate libs. I think they’re retards. I definitely hate pedophiles. Call me an a*#hole. Some Days we need to be full righteous hatred towards those who are destroying the fabric of our nation.

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Well, as the old Christian saying goes, "hate the sin and love the sinner".

I don't mind thinking that, if the sinner gives a damn about changing their ways, and acknowledges anybody else's beliefs.

If they're insufferable assholes who won't STFU about everybody approving, praising, supporting what they do ....... then get ready for some hate, shithead.

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Harvey Milk?  He got shot by a guy who pretty much got off by claiming the infamous Twinkie defense. He was high on junk food. There’s a movie about with Sean Penn  I think. I can’t stand watching any movie where guys are doing it. Makes my skin crawl to think about it.  Like I said, I don’t care what you do in the privacy of your bedroom, but I do not want to see it, hear about or even know about it. TMI.

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Nah, Harry Hay, commie bastard, look it up, the guy was pure scum.
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Nah, Harry Hay, commie bastard, look it up, the guy was pure scum.

Yup.  Found his bio on Wikipedia. Sick bastard.

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Some seem bewildered, as if pious and sanctimonious intentions will
overcome any evil impulse within Mankind.
Case in point is the descriptive gay rather than homosexual. Why?
Because gay is a soft word connoting innate lightness, perhaps
even goodness, unlike a hard unambiguous descriptive. Not complicated.
Tolerance promotes acceptance allowing attitude and then behavior to
change over time.
The impact of such transformational change on core values, such as the
primacy of the family unit, lies at the root of our ongoing malaise.
Some believe that a rising stock market and falling taxes are the cure.
Truly sad.


 

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Some seem bewildered, as if pious and sanctimonious intentions will
overcome any evil impulse within Mankind.
Case in point is the descriptive gay rather than homosexual. Why?
Because gay is a soft word connoting innate lightness, perhaps
even goodness, unlike a hard unambiguous descriptive. Not complicated.
Tolerance promotes acceptance allowing attitude and then behavior to
change over time.
The impact of such transformational change on core values, such as the
primacy of the family unit, lies at the root of our ongoing malaise.
Some believe that a rising stock market and falling taxes are the cure.
Truly sad.
That has always been the MO of Marxists. I've warned about the next big push for over a decade now and that's pedophilia and they've only just begun the campaign to claim they're "simply misunderstood, it's still love". :glare:
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The church should have stepped in before it became a "culture".


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The church should have stepped in before it became a "culture".
I think it was the culture from the start.
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I think it was the culture from the start.
Oh I don't know, that Jesus guy was pretty clear about harming those smaller and weaker; as in don't do it.  And cherish the family / community.

I'm thinking things took a bad turn when Popes became royalty, and the Church accrued more money and treasure than most countries.  And the main goal became preserving and growing those things.

I wish that the UN would cart their silly asses to the Gaza strip, and that the Church would takes it's riches and very publicly liquidate, giving it all to good causes.

You'd see a lot of the upper crust in both organizations, suddenly have other things to do when their luxury and power and extravagance all dried up.  They'd all run to the EU and try to wrap their lips around that big teat.

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Oh I don't know, that Jesus guy was pretty clear about harming those smaller and weaker; as in don't do it.  And cherish the family / community.

I'm thinking things took a bad turn when Popes became royalty, and the Church accrued more money and treasure than most countries.  And the main goal became preserving and growing those things.

I wish that the UN would cart their silly asses to the Gaza strip, and that the Church would takes it's riches and very publicly liquidate, giving it all to good causes.

You'd see a lot of the upper crust in both organizations, suddenly have other things to do when their luxury and power and extravagance all dried up.  They'd all run to the EU and try to wrap their lips around that big teat.
Two words, Dark Ages.
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Oh I don't know, that Jesus guy was pretty clear about harming those smaller and weaker; as in don't do it.  And cherish the family / community.

I'm thinking things took a bad turn when Popes became royalty, and the Church accrued more money and treasure than most countries.  And the main goal became preserving and growing those things.

I wish that the UN would cart their silly asses to the Gaza strip, and that the Church would takes it's riches and very publicly liquidate, giving it all to good causes.

You'd see a lot of the upper crust in both organizations, suddenly have other things to do when their luxury and power and extravagance all dried up.  They'd all run to the EU and try to wrap their lips around that big teat.
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The core purpose of religion is spiritual and emphatically not material.
Take a hard look at the condition of the great religions of the world
and evaluate; "Have they lost their purpose and vision ???"

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The core purpose of religion is spiritual and emphatically not material.
Take a hard look at the condition of the great religions of the world
and evaluate; "Have they lost their purpose and vision ???"

The catholic church has, as wrll as others, but not most christianity. Also buddists and shintoists still seem pretty chill.

 

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