Skip to comments.Conflict between Pentagon and Catholic military chaplains brews over Ďdonít ask, donít tellí
Posted on 10/03/2011 10:52:57 PM PDT by Salvation
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If the Pentagon and the white house had done a proper investigation into this insane policy there would be no conflict but of course we know this was done, rushed through and then will be used to overthrow DOMA.
This out of anything should be dealt with as soon as we take power and remove this insane policy of allowing homosexuals to serve openly
well I won’t shut up at all about homosexuality or their agenda.
I am sick and tired of them trying to tell me that a man having sex with another man is natural.
I left the Anglican church but I am thinking of joining a Catholic church as they seem to be the last few which stand as against this type of agenda
Here’s hoping (praying?) they have the courage of their convictions.
Sad, isn’t it?
I and my wife went ot our church to get signatures for the marriage amendment and half the old people told us either they did not want to sign anything and a couple said they have no problem with homo marriage.
What on earth, now I’m not very religious, say a prayer on a Sunday before dinner, celebrate the holidays and I do say Christmas because i am very stubborn and I do correct folks but for these people who say they are church goers and very religious to now say they have no problem is disgusting...
I seriously am thinking of going to a Catholic church and seeing a priest to convert and maybe go back to church as the religion still stands for what it used to and will not cave in due to PC and a sick agenda.
I also just happen to live in St Augustine the place where the first mass was ever said in north America and they have a 200 foot cross, chapel etc where the first Spanish said their mass.
To be there and I would advise anyone to visit it, would make your hairs stand up.
To see the place, go tot he chapel, to see the site and think how it was back then is amazing.
this is the true measure of separation of church and state...
we catholics must stick with our faith...
Dear Romulus, context matters. In a hypothetical thought experiment, sure it is easy to choose between obeying God or man. But when one has to consider that it may cost one's job or life, not everyone has the honesty, fortitude, courage and faith of St. Thomas More. Knowing the right answer and choosing it are two distinctly different things.
In general terms, you make a valid point, and I did consider it before posting. But here we are talking chiefly of Catholic chaplains, who are in the happy position of not having wives and children family relying on them. Freed from powerful temptations to compromise, it becomes easier for them to make the right choice, one that arguably would call for greater heroism from a lay person living in the world.
To be sure, matters are being engineered in this way not so much to cow chaplains into submission as to make their continuing ministry in uniform impossible and thus drive them from view. This will present a hardship and spiritual danger to service members — but sanguis martyrum semen Christianorum.
I’m sure we agree that before going underground Catholic citizens (and all others of good will) should loudly defend their civil and human rights to practice their religion unmolested.
Well said and yes, we do agree.
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