Skip to comments.The Gay marriage fight now becomes a religious liberty fight
Posted on 06/30/2013 7:32:06 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
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No they don't.
I'm Catholic and two of my kids are married to noncatholics.
Only for the minority who are grasping for the last strawm which will be removed by the worldlings owned and directed by Satan. And that has now come about through those religionists who have so fully and strongly upheld the Democrat Party through which these laws and court decisions have been put in place.
Now they have lost control and are whining.
Yes someone else had said the same. Seems the Catholic Church has relaxed a lot of their rules, this is just another. May be a Church to Church thing as well, I don’t know.
the STATE is now moving in to tell you what to believe and what to espouse. Welcome to 1984.
Just what "rules" or, better yet what dogma, has the Catholic Church relaxed?
Whoa there, I am not trying to attack the Catholic Church in any way! It has simply been a good many years since I had any occasion to go to one, and when I did, things seem to be a lot more strict. That is all I am saying. I have nothing against the church whatsoever. There was a time you had to convert if you wanted to marry a Catholic person. There was a time when some didn’t recognize divorce and would not perform second marriages. Again, not criticizing, just noting.
Just asked a question, and never inferred anything about “attacking the Catholic Church...” Insofar as the practices you mentioned, some are correct and others not. Example, the Church still does not allow remarried Catholics to partake in Holy Communion and those who marry non-Catholics must agree to raise children in the faith. The real issue, however, is not in practices which may change with interpretation or with promulgations, but in matters of doctrine and dogma. Those never change and cannot. Thanks for the exchange.
Thanks back, I am always willing to learn more, as it interests me, not being a Catholic myself. Glad to hear the doctrine and dogma cannot change!
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