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Pray about this lots and lots, dear (: read what the catechism's got to say about it. Homosexual folks are our brothers and sisters just as anyone else is and they deserve all of the love and respect we can muster. The Church is firm on this, and the reasoning behind the rule against homosexual unions recognized as marriage is logical and truthful. It hurts some people in some ways, and I had a lot of trouble understanding this as well. But the Church must adhere to the truth and teach it always to her children, even when we least want to hear about our wrongdoings. Or those of our friends.
I know your heart has so much love in this. He's so delighted in you.
It hurts. It hurts a lot. But please, please don't forsake His truth on this; He understands even when we don't.
I'm here for anything, sister. God bless you <3
I just googled the catechism and found this: http://www.iol.ie/~hlii/catechism.html
and for 2357 and the issue about giving life and how homosexual partners are unable to procreate leaves me with this question, What about the heterosexual couples who are physically unable to procreate?
for 2358 - i agree that we should treat them with love and respect. it’s hard for me to say that denying them certain rights is respectful at all. I do not like how it is referred to as a “condition” or a “disorder”
for 2359 - we are all called to live chastely right?
for 2367 - many couple have NOT had children. Whether it is by choice or medical problems.
I know a lot of Catholics who do not agree with every teaching of the Catholic Church and I am one of them.
That is splendid that civil unions are being recognized as having the same visiting rights in hospitals.
Other differences I'd found between actual legal marriage and civil unions are mostly listed in this article; http://lesbianlife.about.com/cs/wedding/a/unionvmarriage.htm
Once again, I'm unsure which laws are still active, personally I believe civil unions are becoming more like legal marriages so I see no reason why they wouldn't just allow some sort of legal partnership between two people if they prove they are in love. I believe there is too many straight marriages that don't deserve to be married, i.e. random stripper Vegas weddings and divorced two weeks later.
thanks for sharing that! very informative :)
and I totally agree!! I was at a PFLAG presentation yesterday and there was a couple, woman and transgender M-F who was more inlove than I have ever seen anyone. it was so beautiful! They have been together for 29 years. They got married as husband and wife (before surgery) and now are hesitant to change the sex of the “husband” to a female because of loss of certain benefits.
Ooh sorry! I started writing before that was posted. Well, I can tell you one good thing that just recently got established, which is that civil unions get the same visiting rights in hospitals as regular marriages, so that's exciting!
that is exciting!! thanks for sharing that! can you send me a link to where i can find that info?
are there rights that married couples have that civil unions do not?