Sr. Jeannine Gramick Lectures on LGBT Agenda at Catholic Fairfield University | James Pat Guerréro

A Blasphemy Alert: Petition against nun who blasphemed
Our Lord and Saint John as homosexuals and
will lecture at Catholic Fairfield University!

Sr. Jeannine Gramick will lecture as part of the following series of events on accepting LGBT behavior. Sister was formally reprimanded by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the faith.

The dates, titles, and locations of the four events are:

  • Learning to Listen: Voices of Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, New York, NY – Friday, September 16
  • Pro-Queer Life: Youth Suicide Crisis, Catholic Education, and the Souls of LGBTQ People, Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY – Saturday, October 1
  • Same-Sex Marriage and the Catholic Church: Voices from Law, Religion, and the Pews Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT – Saturday, October 22
  • The Care of Souls: Sexual Diversity, Celibacy, and Ministry
    Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT – Saturday, October 29

The “Care of Souls” conference addresses the roles and responsibilities of Catholics who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender in the Church’s ministries. The focus will be on both lay and ordained. All Christians through baptism are equal members of the Church. How is this equality realized in ministry to LGBT Catholics, and how do their human experience and their gifts enrich the whole community of faith? How are the celibacy of clergy and the Church’s sanction of celibacy on LGBT people relevant to this discussion? How do they work for and participate in a church that denies them an essential element of themselves? What are the special challenges they face in their responsibilities towards the whole community of faith, and what are the special graces they bring to pastoral ministry?

First, the LGBT agenda moves to declare there is nothing morally wrong with LGBT behavior by arguing that it is accepted by everyone. This red herring argument has no basis. Second, LGBT agenda moves to liberate the “world” (especially that of LGBT) using Christian dialectic. Third, LGBT becomes part of the Church that they accuse in blasphemy by calling its head, Jesus Christ, and St. John, homosexuals. Send an e-protest to Fairfield University.

Send E-Protest today: E0303 protest | Protest.

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