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There is a document issued by the Congregation for Catholic Education (which oversees among other thing the seminary formation of priests) issued in 2005 that goes into detail about policies for admitting those with homosexual tendencies to the priesthood: it has the rather long title Instruction Concerning the Criteria for the Discernment of Vocations with ...


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First, to place the quoted statistics in context, in Gay Catholic Priests and Clerical Sexual Misconduct, at page 2, Donald L. Boisvert and Robert E. Goss cite Reverend Donald Cozzens, respected rector of the Cleveland seminary, from his book, The Changing Face of the Catholic Priesthood that the Catholic priesthood has become a gay profession. Cozzens ...


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Marriage has always been defined as being between one man and one woman. Any variation of this requires a qualifier such as polygamous or homosexual or an out right "re-definition" of the word. Courts have struck down state laws past defining marriage legally, as between one man and one woman which would indicate that there are a number of judges who have ...


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What do Christians against state recognition of same-sex marriage think of the fourteenth amendment in US law? There is a principle of law called "original intent". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Original_intent Judges are supposed to rule based on what the intent was of those who wrote a law or amendment. If you consider that no one in the 1800s ...


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Although I think that this is ultimately more of a political question than a religious one (asking for opinion regarding the validity of a certain amendment), it might be able to be answered to a certain extent. 14th Amendment Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the ...



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