…“I have to say to the bishops: ‘You’re not allowed to do that anymore,’” said Murray, an open homosexual who serves as McGuinty’s Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, according to the Hansard transcript. I’m not allowed to say to the Catholics—nor should I—or to other Christians or Muslims or Jews, that because of your faith you’re intrinsically disordered,” he continued. “I would never say to you that anything that goes on in your family with the person you love—can you imagine me describing a husband-and-wife relationship as inherently depraved?” he added….(Source)
You’ve got that wrong, Mr. Murray. You can tell us that we’re intrinsically disordered. You have that right as a free citizen.
You just won’t because it might cost you, politically.
So you do the next best thing: since you won’t tell us what you really think of us, you demand that we stop calling out your totalitarianism and a disordered condition which you are trying to shove down the throats of our children.
Dalton McGuinty, as far as I know, is still (officially) a Catholic in good standing. He can receive Communion and call himself a Catholic with no opposition whatsoever from the Episcopacy in this Province. It’s the infamous “pastoral” approach which the Bishops have adopted these past 40 years. So, your Graces, how’s that workin’ for ya?
This “Vatican II” approach to dealing with dissent and error has been a complete disaster. We just keep retreating and retreating. It’s like a train wreck you can see coming a mile away. Underlying all this is an almost complete and total collapse of our doctrine of bishop as father.