Coren still on gay nirvana

The language may seem moderate and even inadequate — but, believe me, within Catholic circles it is downright revolutionary. Remember, the church has up to now taught that homosexuality is “a grave depravity.” The truly radical nature of this departure is illustrated by the reaction of many on the Catholic right. They are apoplectic! (Source)

This was part of Michael Coren’s column today in The Toronto Sun.  He’s still grinding on the mid-term report.  I guess he didn’t get the memo.  It’s been pulled, Mike.  A homosexualist bishop scammed you. How does it feel?  Don’t you know that tricks are for kids, Mike?  The Catechism hasn’t change.  It never will.  You really do need to come to terms with that.

4 thoughts on “Coren still on gay nirvana

  1. Coren (peace be upon him)is a doctrinal shape shifter. When all is said and done, he will bow to the surrounding culture. Remember, that, he is a professional infotainer, in an industry, where genuine holistic Catholicism makes one radioactive. These verses from the parable of the sower apply particularly well to Coren. “As for what was sown on rocky ground, this is he who hears the word and immediately receives it with joy; yet he has no root in himself, but endures for a while and when tribulation or persecution arises on account of the word, immediately he falls away.” Mt. 13:20-21 Expect more falling away.

  2. I don’t know the details behind the Coren-Goddard run in, but from what I gather Coren is calling him a hater because he is faithful to the Church’s teaching on homosexuality. Not to long ago, Coren was also on that side of the fence. When he was there did he hate homosexuals? I’m guessing he didn’t. And if he didn’t, why does he assume everyone else on that side of the argument does? I understand the rhetorical purpose of using the term “hate” as a method to silence opposition, but I would have hoped he had more integrity than that given his claims of being a faithful Catholic. He doesn’t know Goddard’s heart on the topic, so why impute the worst possible interpretation on him. Pretty un-Catholic approach.

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