Friday, May 1, 2015

Results of Catechesis

The former director of "Catholics for Equality", a group that has been persuading Catholics to commit adultery since its inception is in the news claiming the teachings of the "Catholic Church" on same sex sex are "evolving".

"Jesus is calling on all of us to care for the sick, the poor, the marginalized, and the oppressed. It's Catholic social justice," he explained. "Most Catholics understand that. That's why, in poll after poll, Catholics support equality, including marriage equality, more than the national average -- in fact, normally, 10 to 15 points higher than the national average."

There is nothing like the social justice of encouraging other Catholics to give up their salvation and break the Ten Commandments, that is what I always say.

The social justice of suicide prevention ministers who'll tell you to go ahead and do it.

Attey quotes a poll done by Pew Research that I never saw before:

A national poll conducted in March 2014 by Pew Research shows that 57 percent of U.S. Catholics say they support changing the definition of marriage, which is within several points of the national average. The poll showed that 65 percent of Catholics who attend Mass less than once per week support same-sex "marriage," while 45 percent of Catholics who attend at least once per week support changing the definition of marriage.

What a miserable indictment of the catechesis of priests in the United States. Forty-five percent of Mass-going Catholics - nearly half - encouraging our brothers and sisters to commit adultery.

Here's comes Pope Francis' contributions to diabolical disorientation:

"So, no, this is an evolution of my faith. One important thing to remember is there is a huge difference between the hierarchical or the institutional Church and the Body Church, the people. We represent the Body Church, we represent the people. Our mothers, our fathers, our brothers, our sisters, our neighbors, our fellow parishioners, who all support us, all support gay people. It's just the hierarchy is evolving on the issue. And they are...

Asked by LifeSiteNews whether "the Catechism is in error on natural law and marriage," Attey said, "I think it's evolving."”

And let me tell you, Attey really knows the Catechism and Catholic theology:

"I think it's evolving in the same way that, at one point, our Catechism said the same things about people who were left-handed. It evolved on that, to realize -- as science came out, and understanding, and people had left-handed people in their families -- the Church evolved on that, the same way it is evolving now on" marriage.

Remember when the Catechism said lefties were intrinsically disordered and using your left hand was contrary to natural law and sinful?

I'm thinking that was an urban legend he heard from the leadership of Catholics for equality?

Speaking of catechesis - the great news from Archbishop Cordileone keeps on coming!

1 comment:

'DIS & 'DAT said...

These "Equality" people do not have the courage of their own convictions. Why do they need the Church to go along? So they can feel better and less guilty? I guess we should be happy that what they want implies guilt--and a flicker of hope for them.

Michael Dowd