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Monday, May 21, 2018

Three Questions

Some people are upset because Pope Francis reportedly told a homosexual "God made you like this and loves you like this". For those people who are upset, I have three questions for you:
  1. Did God make you?
  2. Do you suffer from the consequences of original sin?
  3. Does God love you, even though (2) is true?
If you can answer "yes" to all three of those things, then... how is this man different from me or you in that regard?

The MSM doesn't understand how this all works, so they draw the wrong conclusions. They incorrectly think that just because God loves the broken me, He doesn't want me to be healed. God loves me too much to want me to stay in this condition. He wants me to change. That is what the sacraments are for.

The MSM thinks Pope Francis is saying homosexuality is fine.
In fact, Pope Francis is reminding the man that the whole world is broken, and that we are part of that broken-ness. We all need to be healed.

That is the point of religion.
That is the point of Catholicism.


Unknown said...

Succinctly put.

cwby said...

After reading the article, nothing was said whether the man was actively engaging in a homosexual lifestyle or relationship.

The article left the impression that a homosexual lifestyle was OK. If you read the comments on the original article, many had the same impression that the Pope was accepting the homosexual lifestyle as OK because God made them that way.

What the Pope said was true. God loves everyone that he made.

However, the Pope is like a coach. If you had a coach that praised what you did as fine but did not correct the flaws and errors, he would be a bad coach. The Pope is similar in this role.

Now that there was misunderstanding, shouldn't there have been clarification on this from the Vatican. Pope Francis has a habit of leaving confusion instead of clarity. this is another example