Tag Archives: Identity

Identity salad

I’ve mentioned on a couple of occasions that I’ve grown tired with the ongoing debate regarding whether its ok for orthodox Catholics to use sexual orientation lingo like gay, straight, etc. It seems like others are starting to get a … Continue reading

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Is celibacy the new ex-gay? or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the clickbait

The Catholic Church’s explicit teachings on homosexuality are actually rather slim – meriting only three paragraphs in the Catechism. (2357-2359) And, naturally, those paragraphs have been picked apart to death by just about everyone who has an interest in this … Continue reading

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Somewhat less uncomfortable apologetics

There have been a lot more posts on this blog talking about homosexuality than there was in the past. I never intended this blog to pick up a particular theme. I mean I did promise gratuitous Latin, symbolic logic and … Continue reading

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