19 octobre 2014

Le conseil catho de la semaine

Chers parents cathos, soyez attentifs à ce conseil qui vous parvient directement de votre Dieu, via la gueule d'un cardinal, rien de moins:

A leading Vatican cardinal has given an interview in which he says parents should not allow their children to have contact with gay people who engage in ‘wrong, evil’ and ‘intrinsically disordered’ relationships.

(...) Now, Burke – the former Archbishop of St Louis who now has the title of Cardinal Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura – has indicated that he feels children should be kept away from gay couples.

Playing the role of ecclesiastical agony uncle, Burke was asked by the website LifeSiteNews, ‘How should Catholic parents deal with a difficult situation like this? When planning a Christmas family gathering with grandchildren present, parents are asked by their son, who is in a homosexual relationship, if he can come and bring home with him his homosexual partner.’

‘This is a very delicate question, made more delicate by the aggressiveness of the homosexual agenda,’ replied Burke.

‘If homosexual relationships are intrinsically disordered, which indeed they are … then what would it mean to grandchildren to have present at a family gathering a family member who is living [in] a disordered relationship with another person?

‘If it were another kind of relationship – something that was profoundly disordered and harmful – we wouldn’t expose our children to that relationship, to the direct experience of it.

‘And neither should we do it in the context of a family member who not only suffers from same-sex attraction, but who has chosen to live out that attraction, to act upon it, committing acts which are always and everywhere wrong, evil.’

‘Families have to find a way … to try to draw the person away from a relationship which is disordered.’

The Cardinal says ‘we know’ same-sex relationships and marriages make people ‘profoundly unhappy,’ adding that gay relationships should not be ‘imposed on family members, especially impressionable children.’

(...) Reuters reported on Thursday that Father Tom Rosica, one of the Vatican officials briefing reporters on the closed-door Family Synod meetings, said a number of bishops said Church officials should stop using phrases such as ‘intrinsically disordered’ when speaking of gay people.

Ces mots de compassion, d'amour et de fraternité nous vont droit au coeur, M. le cardinal.

Écoutons la parole de Dieu et oublions le fait que, statistiquement parlant, un enfant est beaucoup plus en sécurité avec un couple gay qu'avec un membre de l'Église catho. Oublions également le fait que cet homme qui est en train de nous faire la leçon sur ce qui est une relation saine et normale pratique le célibat parce qu'il est marié à son ami invisible qui est décrit comme un être masculin.

Non mais, sans joke là. Demander à un prêtre ce qui est mieux pour les enfants... est-ce que ce n'est pas comme demander à un charcutier ce qui est mieux pour les cochons?

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