Back when I was planning the March for Marriage in 2005, I had a telephone conversation with 2 Canadian bishops. I told them that the push for “gay marriage” was a front for getting to the Eucharist. They fell silent on the other end of the phone. They thought I was a loon. I tried to explain it to them. Marriage was ultimately about social acceptance, not about phoney “rights”. That was their game. And when the train from Sodom rolled over marriage, it looked at the last obstacle to total social acceptance: religion. And in particular, the Catholic religion where partaking of the Eucharist signifies total acceptance in the Church and acceptance by God.
But no one in the Church listened.