Here is an example: twice in the last week I have had to deal with Catholics in irregular marriages. One woman married outside the church and told me that she thought it was now okay for her to come to communion because, “The pope has changed all those old rules.” Another man has divorced his wife and is living with another woman. He also assured me very confidently that it was now fine for him to come to communion because, “Pope Francis has changed the rules.” I know you mean well Holy Father, and I admire and like you, but this process on which you have led us is not helping.
Here is another example from my experience as a parish priest: a young couple came for marriage preparation. They do not practice their faith and are living together already as husband and wife. I welcomed them and listened to their story. I told them it was good that they wanted to be married. I said we would help prepare them not only for a Catholic wedding, but for a Catholic marriage. However, when I gently began a conversation about their irregular lifestyle the girl began to pout and accuse me of being “unwelcoming.” Then she said, “I thought with this new pope we would be welcomed.” What she meant by this was, “I expected Pope Francis’ Catholic Church to condone cohabitation.” (Source)
Precisely. The welcoming initiative sounds good to the unbalanced and imprudent, but on the ground it’s an absolute disaster.
Listen, folks, this is not very complicated. Let me break it down for you in very basic terms so everyone from grandma in the Pew to the Pope can understand.
We want free sex, anytime, anywhere with anyone. And we don’t want to feel guilty about. Period.
That’s it. That all.
That’s what this whole question is about. Whether it’s man-on-man, man-on-woman (wife or not), man-on-beast. It doesn’t really matter.
It’s really about the orgasm whatever way we can get it without the Catholic guilt.