Archive for the “Homosexuality” Category
Posted on July 15th, 2014 by Paycheck in Homosexuality
No Comments »
Posted on July 4th, 2014 by Paycheck in Homosexuality
2 Comments »
It started with the Nazis.
Now, it’s Corporate America.
Read this great article on how the gay movement has rolled over our culture: Marriage, marketing, and intimidation.
The Gay Agenda will not survive the light of truth or the open exchange of ideas and debate. That’s why when you hear about censorship, it won’t be difficult to figure out who is behind it and why.
1 Comment »
4. “There inevitably follows a loss of awareness of the covenantal character of the union these persons had with God and with each other. The human body retains its “spousal significance” but this is now clouded by sin. Thus, in Genesis 19:1-11, the deterioration due to sin continues in the story of the men of Sodom. There can be no doubt of the moral judgement made there against homosexual relations. In Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13, in the course of describing the conditions necessary for belonging to the Chosen People, the author excludes from the People of God those who behave in a homosexual fashion.” (Source)
Someone should school Michael Coren on the correct understanding of the sin of Sodom….and the team he is now batting for:
The Deceitful Propaganda
9. “But she [the Church] is really concerned about the many who are not represented by the pro-homosexual movement and about those who may have been tempted to believe its deceitful propaganda. She is also aware that the view that homosexual activity is equivalent to, or as acceptable as, the sexual expression of conjugal love has a direct impact on society’s understanding of the nature and rights of the family and puts them in jeopardy.”
3 Comments »
“Nobody believes the story of Sodom refers to consensual homosexuality any more and Jesus never mentions the subject. He does, however, repeatedly condemn judging others and – oh yes divorce. Quite a lot of both in Christian circles these days. (St) Paul’s writing may well refer to the use of young boys by adult heterosexual men and not adult, gay partnerships. Thing is, we need to discuss all this and not just smugly point fingers.” (Source)
Seriously. No, really. He said that. That’s from his Facebook page today, plugging his article “I was wrong”. Nobody believes the story of Sodom refers to consensual homosexuality? Uh, your Church does, Michael. In fact, no serious theologian before the sexual revolution thought or wrote otherwise. “Nobody believes, nobody believes”? What is this, some kind of massive fraud that you are trying to perpetrate, Michael? This is so sad, but the alarm bells have been sounding for some time about Mr. Coren. I think this fire drill clears out the building. I don’t think Mike quite gets it: STERILIZED SEX IS CONDEMNED IN THE BIBLE IN ALL ITS FORMS. That’s why Mr. Coren won’t answer my question about Humanae Vitae. He won’t do it, because his jig would be up. The problem with giving Michael Coren a Catholic megaphone is that he doesn’t know what the hell he is talking about. Please don’t help spread his errors in the Catholic community.
p.s. Under Coren’s rubric of St. Paul condemning heterosexual rape of boys, I guess the only orientation on the outs are the bi-sexuals, for all intents and purposes. Or, perhaps, heterosexuals who rape boys should have their own orientation too. After all, we wouldn’t want to discriminate, would we? Mr. Coren’s view of sexual sin simply consists in ensuring that all parties consent…then there’s no problem. But that is hardly the Catholic view…because GOD does not consent.
14 Comments »
Posted on June 29th, 2014 by Paycheck in Homosexuality
According to most accounts, Emanuel Jaques was shining shoes on Yonge Street in the afternoon of July 29, 1977, when he agreed either to help some men move photographic equipment or to pose for them. Four days later, on August 2, his body was found in a garbage bag on the roof of a massage parlour on Yonge Street. It was subsequently discovered that he had been raped by three men and then drowned. The brutality of the crime provoked cries of outrage across Toronto, but particularly in the local Portuguese community. There were large protests in the city and endless editorials condemning what became known as Toronto’s “sin strip.” Considering that Jaques was sexually attacked by the three men before they killed him, the case also caused a major rift between the city’s Portuguese and gay communities. This was particularly true when, even before the accused came to trial, a local gay magazine decided to publish an article extolling the virtues of “Men Loving Boys Loving Men.” That being said, public opinion was overwhelmingly on the side of the victim and, by extension, of the Portuguese community. In fact, the Jaques case would attract the broadest media coverage of any murder in the region until the Bernardo-Homolka serial killings of teenaged girls of the mid-1990s. Yet soon after his brutal death, and the subsequent sanitization of Yonge Street, Emanuel Jaques would largely vanish not only from the headlines but from the very consciousness of Canadians. When one searches through the archives, one finds almost nothing about the story that captured the imagination of a whole city. Until the publication of Barnacle Love in 2008, which had been preceded by Bill Moniz’s television film Shoeshine Boy in 2006, Jaques pretty well disappeared from Canadian discourse, both popular and scholarly. (Source)
Disappeared because it doesn’t fit the approved victimology meme.
Sidenote: My parent were from the Azores too. I was born here in Canada. In 1977, I would have been 8. This whole account really sickens me.
3 Comments »
Sad. Very Sad.
Mike, in case you read this post, here are four things you need to ‘git:
1. Please stop the pornography of victimology that you fraudulently try to trump up, creating a caricature based on the gay fantasy of your opponents. It’s really becoming a source of fatigue. You know, as crazy as it sounds, people can actually disagree with you without being hatey-haters. Shocking but true!
2. No one claimed you were “intimidated” into buying the Gay line. You are simply in a difficult situation, having to choose between a close family member or friend and the Truth. You chose the former. We’ll keep praying for you, but please understand that your choice has consequences (Matthew 10:37).
3. You cannot evolve on this “single subject” because this “single subject” – if you are honest – will force you to accept other sins which the Catholic Church categorically rejects.
4. “Sin” and “disorder” are indeed ugly terms, but that doesn’t mean they should not be used. The Catechism uses them a lot – especially in talking about homosexual acts. Have you heard of the Catechism, Mike? It’s a big book which John Paul II called a “sure norm for teaching the Faith”. Check it out some time.
By the way, if you must carry on about your new evolution, please be so kind as to distance and disclaim any association with Catholic teaching on the subject. I trust that you still value integrity. We expect you to show it.
4 Comments »
Posted on June 28th, 2014 by Paycheck in Homosexuality, Pornography
It was never about “marriage equality”. It was always, always, always about going after your kids and corrupting them.
Clueless lemmings didn’t have an answer when the media asked them, “How does gay marriage affect you“?
Duh. Now they know.
Sex has never been a private affair. That’s why there were laws on the book, Buckwheat! — because our fathers before us knew what the hell would be unleashed, but we forsook their counsel and here we are…gay porn for kids.
1 Comment »
Posted on June 27th, 2014 by Paycheck in Catholicism, Homosexuality
The thing about sexual sin is that it is founded on a theological error. And while most “gay friendly” churches don’t really focus on “old time religion” doctrines, every so often they let some doozies slip….like this one…..
The Trinity is rather different. It’s not three persons competing against each other. It’s one person manifest in three different ways. So, is God really the supreme actor, taking on three different roles, simultaneously?
Uh huh. God is one person manifested in three ways? No. That’s what we call modalism and it was condemned by the Church way back in the third century.
It’s not surprising that gay friendly “theologians” don’t really understand or accept the Trinity because they don’t have a proper understanding of what “family” is — a reflection of the Trinity!
If your conception of family is all screwed up, it is only logical that your idea of what the Trinity is will be equally erroneous.
Reflection for Trinity Sunday-June 15, 2014 by John Mark Keyes proves it.
1 Comment »
Posted on May 27th, 2014 by Paycheck in Catholicism, Homosexuality
A number of emails have been circulating in the last 24 hours regarding a Eucharistic Procession organized, endorsed and led by Cardinal Collins in the downtown Toronto area on Sunday, June 15, finishing at St. Michael’s Cathedral. His Eminence has been misrepresented and the information is incorrect. The event will not be taking place. Please correct any misinformation that is circulating or refer individuals to our office. Catholics are encouraged to participate in parish-based authorized Eucharistic processions.
Do not hesitate to contact the Office of Public Relations & Communications should you have any questions.
Thanks as always for your assistance.
Director, Public Relations & Communications
Archdiocese of Toronto
4 Comments »
Posted on May 26th, 2014 by Paycheck in Homosexuality
1 Comment »
“We know that in times of momentous change the homosexual phenomenon grew, but in this period it is the first time that the legal problem of assimilating it to marriage has arisen, and this I consider an anti-value and an anthropological regression,” says the Pope. “I say this because it transcends the religious issue, it is anthropological.” “If there is a union of a private nature, there is neither a third party nor is society affected,” he writes. “Now, if the union is given the category of marriage and they are given adoption rights, there could be children affected.” “Every person needs a male father and a female mother that can help them shape their identity,” says Pope Francis. (Source)
I would not agree with the statement that “if the union is a private nature, society is not affected”, as the Pope states. Sin affects society. But he is absolutely right when he says that children do indeed need a mother and a father…because neither mother or father is an arbitrary relationship to a child. It has meaning and it is necessary.
3 Comments »
He’s a pioneer in the realm of clinical infectious diseases in the Caribbean. And now he’s under fire for testifying that homosexual intercourse is dangerous to those who practice it—and to public health in general. Professor Brendan Bain, a practicing Christian who serves to treat AIDS patients, was the director of the regional coordinating unit of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training Network (CHART) at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, until his anti-gay sex comments caught up with him. Bain was fired in the wake of fallout related to his testimony on behalf of a group of churches working to keep Belize’s sodomy law in place in 2012. It took two years, but now he’s paying the price for his beliefs. (Source)
When science contradicts Gay politics, we know who wins don’t we? Actually, we do…eventually science and nature wins. But in the short term, the unemployment line gets a little longer and society suffers as the Gaystapo ensure that their political ideology is upheld at the expense of the common good and the contributions of honest citizens.
1 Comment »
Many weeks ago, I had a little altercation (Michael Coren can no longer be considered a reliable source of Catholic opinion (sadly)) with Michael Coren. I had been following Coren’s rather bizarre adventure into the narcissistic world of Gay Politics. For a time, I chose to ignore it, hoping it was just a misunderstanding or a misplaced emphasis in some conversations he was having on Facebook. The frequency and the alarming nature of his responses, however, caused me to join one of his discussions on Facebook to get the whole picture. I saw enough of it to make the allegation which was the subject of my blog post above (before he defriended me from his Facebook account for nothing other than insisting that he answer a question on his position on Humanae Vitae). I sent out an e-mail to my list (linking to the above blog post) and informing everyone of my opinion on Michael’s competence and suitability to be considered a reliable source of Catholic opinion. I thought that would be the end of it. A little blog like Socon or Bust would have, after all, a negligible impact on the nationally-known and respected right-wing host of Sun News. Much to my surprise, however, a reader forwarded me this rather surprising response from Mr. Coren that was published this past Friday on the Catholic Register’s website. Coren seemed to take issue with my blog post which I had posted about six weeks ago. My rebuttal to his response is included below after his commentary. Read the rest of this entry »
11 Comments »
Well, folks, I’m not sure if you have been following the news lately, but if you oppose abortion or homosexuality in the near future, you are going to have a hard time making a living or leading much of anything at all these days. I see the GSAs are in full swing too, at Catholic schools.
The noose around our necks is starting to tighten. That is just the reality of staying true to Jesus and his Church these days.
And what has been our leadership’s reaction? In a word, capitulation. It was capitulation on the GSAs in Catholic schools. And now it’s basically capitulation with Justin Trudeau. Oh sure, there will be the obligatory letter of “concern” , maybe even a little bit of condemnation. But, let us all be realistic, folks, in a few weeks, it will all blow over. It will be business as usual. Justin will go back to being a “devout” Catholic and receive Communion….sitting in the front row of the Church no less, while the homosexual bulldozer will tighten its grip and squeeze out any remaining dissent from its agenda.
It’s as plain a day, and yet we are, as a Church, in a kind of denial. This denial is a kind of sickness. In particular, it’s the sickness against the Cross. We don’t want pain or confrontation. So we raise our objections diplomatically, but do not risk anything that would cause our current situation to change or put it at risk. At the heart of this sickness is a lack of Faith.
And so we go on. Controversy after controversy which chips away at our freedoms…until one day….there is one less blogger blogging; one less Faithful teacher teaching; one less pro-life politician.
Fade to black…without even a fight.
We don’t even have the guts to tell pro-abort politicians that they are not Catholic…we don’t even have that consolation. They’ve even taken over our name and identity.
Pro-Choice Catholic. Gay and Proud Catholic. The new identity. The new reality.
5 Comments »