Roman Catholic Gay Hypocrisy


As a Christian lesbian I am appalled by the homophobic hypocrisy within the Church. Let’s start with the Roman Catholics. They condemn homosexuality as a sin, yet they ordain gay Priests. HUH?? Oh, the vow of celibacy makes it all right for gays to become Priests. HUH?? Inside they are still gay and have gay thoughts and I bet they are required to repent of their sinful gay thoughts in the confessional, do a few ‘Hail Mary’s’ and that makes it OK. HUH?? Ever heard of being humored? Do you really believe all those gay Priests believe they are sinning? And why does the Roman Catholic Church protect their gay Priests when one does a sexual ‘no-no’ with another gay adult and don’t fool yourself into thinking this doesn’t happen. If you truly believe homosexuality is a sin you should not ordain any gay Priests. Wouldn’t that make more sense? Wouldn’t that show that you sincerely believe homosexuality to be an abomination before God?
To be fair, you find this hypocrisy in the Protestant religions, too. Some denominations ordain openly gay partners as ministers, and they will ordain a single openly gay man or woman with the stipulation that they must remain single (HUH), but they will not marry a gay couple in their congregation. This is as confusing as the Roman Catholic Church’s stand.
If anyone has a firm belief then it should not be compromised in the least. The Right Wing Christians are a good example of this. They are wrong, but at least they stand firm and do not compromise.
The very fact that the Christian Church compromises on this grievous sin of homosexuality shows that they are not SURE they are interpreting Scripture correctly, which they and Right Wing Christians are not!!!

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4 Responses to “Roman Catholic Gay Hypocrisy”

  1. Steve Says:

    your right..homosexuality is an act or behavior..if a priest vovs to celibacy he is no longer practicing homosexuality..this is the same as the alcoholic who isn’t drinking.(both of these are used in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11..you see when a drunkard comes to Christ the Bible instructs him to “go and sin no more” , the same as Christ instructed the adulteress woman he saved..so all of the above are instructed to “go and sin no more”..homosexuality is a sin in the Bible..doesn’t menion love anywhere when considering it..when you come to Christ he is leading you to either celibacy or heterosexuality..nothing else..stop your lying and being a “false prophet” because that’s what you are doing..

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    • adamross616 Says:

      To use 1 Corinthian 6:9-11 is an incorrect usage of this passage when it comes to the word “homosexuality”, for this is a translation, actually a mistranslation of the Greek word “arsenokoitai” which is actually the combination of “arseno”, Greek for male and koitai, Latin for bed or sex. It is a stretch to see this ancient word as meaning homosexual. Translators saw “male” and “bed” and by their own prejudices & ignorance, put “homosexuality” in it’s place, centuries later, for the word “homosexual” or “homosexuality” did not exist until the mid 1800’s, so any Bible that uses the word “homosexual” is in error. Arsenokoitai is a vague word; used only twice in the entire Bible.
      Homosexuality is not just an act or behavior. It is an orientation, just like heterosexuality. There is judgment against both orientations in Old & New Testaments when it speaks of lustful sexual acts/behaviors, for neither has the factor of loving, monogamous, committed relationships (i.e. marriage). The Bible does not address loving same gender unions for it was not known to people of bible times. Remember, these people thought the Earth was flat. The other sins mentioned in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 are quite clear; then and now. But not homosexuality. This is why the Church is split in two, battling this issue. When one comes to Christ it is to follow in His Way, but Jesus said nothing about same gender, loving relationships. IF it had been such a sin, He surely would not have skipped over it. He would have found a gay person and told them “to sin no more”, but that is not in Scripture.

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