Wednesday, April 04, 2007

But I thought Gay Meant Happy?
That is unless you're spreading diseases or defacing cathedrals

Recently, Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco spoke out rather forcefully against active homosexuality by stating that he was opposed to the legal recognition of civil unions, and that the government's failure to enforce moral norms regarding marriage could open the way to all kinds of perverse relationships.


Anyhow... the Italian fairies have just worked themselves all into one big hissy-fit frenzy. To include being "in solidarity" with some unknown (yeah, right) individuals who have vandalized the Archbishops cathedral.

How very gay.

In a further example of the "Fruits of Vatican II", the Turin newspaper La Stampa published an article in which three priests said that they were opposed to the Church position on the civil-union legislation. The dissent of Fathers Vittorio Cristelli, Aldo Antonelli of Aquila and Beppe Scapino of Ivrea was highlighted in an article that the anti-clerical daily entitled "We are Catholics and in favor of homosexual civil unions." Father Antonelli, in a particularly acrimonious statement, said that the position taken by the Italian hierarchy demonstrates "the Talibanization of the Church."

How much you want to bet that not a damn thing's going to happen to those three fruitcakes?


Blogger Amy said...

"the Talibanization of the Church"?

When we start dropping walls on, or stoning to death, gays, THEN we'll talk about being anything remotely resembling the Taliban.

Otherwise, stick with Catholic teaching!

7:56 AM  
Blogger Hammerbrecher said...

Add their names to the fruits and butts crowd...

9:25 AM  
Blogger Sir Galen of Bristol said...

I'll bet a dollar that those three aren't just sympathizers; that their interest goes... deeper.

11:29 AM  

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