Monday, June 09, 2008

Homosexuality Is Wrong

God Forbids Homosexuality

Sins of Sodom and Gomorrah

Moral Precepts of Old Testament Still Apply

Church Fathers & Doctors Unanimously Condemn Homosexuality

Homosexuality Spreads Diseases

Homosexuality is Not Genetic

Homosexual Behavior vs. Homosexual Orientation in Animals

Homosexuality is Curable

Sts. Sergius & Bacchus

Inclinations vs. Actions

"Equal Rights," "Homophobia," "Discrimination" & Other Propagandistic Power Words


Natural Law & St. Thomas Aquinas & Aristotle on Ends

Infertile Straight Couples vs. Gay Couples

Adoption & the Rights of Children

Attack on Dignity of Humans

Breakdown of the Family

Gay Marriage is Everyone's Business

(1) God forbids homosexuality, (2) the moral precepts of the Old Testament still apply and both Testaments explicitly condemn homosexuality and (3) so do the Church Fathers and Doctors and Popes (the straightforward passages are not taken out of context), (4) homosexuality spreads diseases, (5) homosexuality is not genetic, (6) homosexual behavior vs. homosexual orientation in animals and points to ponder from Dave Armstrong, (7) orientation is changeable, (8) John Boswell's libelous pseudohistorical portrait of holy martyrs Sts. Sergius and Bacchus, (9) inclination vs. actions, (10) "homophobia" and "discrimination" and other propagandistic power words, (11) twins, (12) the sins of Sodom and Gomorrah, (13) the natural law and St. Thomas Aquinas and Aristotle on ends, (14) infertile straight couples vs. homosexual couples, (15) adoption and the rights of children, (16) attack on dignity of humans, (17) breakdown of the family and (18) how gay marriage is everyone's business and does adversely affect you and the society in which you live.

Notes and References

Saturday, June 07, 2008

The Words of St. Francis of Assisi that Made Me Cry

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Last night, just before going to sleep, I read the following words from the Fioretti (The Little Flowers) which describes St. Francis of Assisi going "to preach to [his] sisters the birds," not one of which flew away. Tears streamed down my face; these words stirred my soul and filled me with appreciation for God's omnibenevolence:
My sister birds, you owe much to God, and you must always and in everyplace give praise to Him; for He has given you freedom to wing through the sky and He has clothed you…you neither sow nor reap, and God feeds you and gives you rivers and fountains for your thirst, and mountains and valleys for shelter, and tall trees for your nests. And although you neither know how to spin or weave, God dresses you and your children, for the Creator loves you greatly and He blesses you abundantly. Therefore… always seek to praise God.
St. Francis, pray for us, that we may feel and show as much gratitude for God as you did while on earth!