Saturday, February 26, 2005
"...The festival featured both in person and in a film, the perennial Sister Jeannine Grammick who has ignored her official suspension from her ‘gay ministry’ in which she encouraged people to pursue homosexual sex as a ‘lifestyle.’
Bishop John M. D’Arcy, in an editorial appearing in the February 10th edition of the South Bend Tribune, wrote that by promoting sins of unchastity and attempting to present them as virtues, the University has violated the rights of the Church, of students and of parents. He says, “The rights of others are violated. What about the rights of the church to have its teachings properly presented? What about the rights of parents of those students at Notre Dame who find the contents of this seminar offensive?” (EDITORIAL HERE)
PADRE POINT: What about the rights of the church to have its teachings properly presented? That sums it all up!!! Bishop D'Arcy is right on the money! Hence the Not So Quiet Cathoic Corner...making sure the teachings of the Church are properly taught in the face of dissent!