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Shawn wrote:

Hello Gang!

It seems like gay marriage is going to happen nationwide and there is nothing that can be done to stop it from happening so . . .

  • How are we, as Christians, suppose to feel about this?

I mean I love all [gay|homosexual] people and will treat them without judgment or persecution. It's their freewill too.

I don't agree with this marriage thing and find that it goes against our physiological nature for procreation but I still respect them.

  • Is that a fair way to view this issue?



  { How are we as Christians suppose to feel about gay marriage and is this a balanced Catholic view? }

Bob replied:

Hi, Shawn —

That's fair, but if we have an opportunity to vote, we should try to overturn areas where gay marriage is being legislated.

At the very least, we should witness about the true meaning of marriage when possible.


Bob Kirby

Shawn replied:

Thanks Bob,

Yeah, this would never come up for vote. It's here to stay . . . unfortunately.

Thanks for the feedback.



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