Thursday, 10 December 2009

Time for Church to Open Door to Gays?

Ruth Gledhill grabs exclusive interview with lesbishop!

Doors are ajar! Come on in boys and girls! Confessions mornings and evenings every Saturday, heard by Priests acting In Persona Christi, absolving you of your sins and giving you words of compassion and encouragement in taking up your Cross.

Oh...that isn't what the new Anglican lesbishop says. What a surprise! She just says, “There are many people who have been freed from the prison they have been put in.” Yes, Canon Glasspool, there are many people who have been freed from the prison they have 'been put in'. The keys are Baptism, Confession, the Most Holy Eucharist and the Intercession of the Blessed Mother of God and the Saints, as well as having good friendships and loving relationships which do not revolve centrally around sex, but mutual love and respect.

1 comment:

Physiocrat said...

These self-styled Lesbian bishops should take care. An earlier Lesbian bishop died, lay in state and then came back to life again. This seems to have been in 1896.

And then there was this last year...

"Three citizens of the Greek Island of Lesbos are pursuing a lawsuit against the Greek Gay and Lesbian Union (GGLU) for its use of the term "lesbian".

"Lesbos local Dimitris Lambrou argues that his fellow citizens have suffered "psychological and moral rape" due to the homosexual advocacy group's linguistic theft of their island's name.

"Our geographical designation has been usurped by certain ladies who have no connection whatsoever with Lesbos," said Lambrou. "My sister can't say she is a Lesbian."

"Lambrou has been protesting the misuse of the term "lesbian" for many years through his magazine Davlos (Torch).

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