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Fordham Conference To Question Church's Stance on Sex?

The Cardinal Newman Society reports:

This Friday, September 16, Fordham University in New York is scheduled to host the first installment of the “More than a Monologue” conference series, described on its website as a collaboration between four universities “to change the conversation about sexual diversity and the Catholic Church.” Two of the co-sponsors, Fordham and Fairfield Universities, are Jesuit, Catholic institutions.
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Elizabeth said...

Who's funding this? The Arcus Foundation, in part. LifeSite News reported about this in March. Here's the link: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/catholic-christian-gay-projects-funded-by-homosexualist-billionaire/

Mary De Voe said...

Conveniently missing from any of this literature is the doctrine of the soul of man making of man a “human being in existence without a soul” which is an impossibility, for without his soul man does not exist. Homosexuality, the absence of sexual maturity is arrested development, and very often is accompanied by heterophobia, a fear not brought about by the heterosexual’s maturity but by the hatred and jealousy caused by one’ own condition.
Man’s soul is infused with all unalienable rights endowed by our Creator, Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness, free will, intelligence, logic, clarity, reason and the gift of Faith. Can the atheist, who, by the way, was created with a human soul and did not reject God until he could use his free will infused by God to reject God, subject all men to his errors and make his rejection of God universal without acknowledging every man’s soul and free will to make his own choice? This disallowance of the acknowledgment of man’s soul is an evil plot to enslave mankind to being property.
Anybody who engages in repudiating man’s soul engages in repudiating man’s sovereign personhood and man’s freedom and ought to lose his own freedom for doing so.
These errors violate every tenet of man’s love for his neighbor, including the tenet that man can only love God according to what he is told to do by the atheist.
At least priests should care for the souls of their flock. My whole comment may be summed up in this last line.

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