Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

Before Christ’s second coming the Church must pass through a final trial that will shake the faith of many believers. The persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the “mystery of iniquity” in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth. The supreme religious deception is that of the Antichrist, a pseudo-messianism by which man glorifies himself in place of God and of his Messiah come in the flesh. ~ Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Peter Tatchell to Talk About 'Gay Marriage' at All Saints, Hove

He gets around, doesn't he?

I've a mind to go and give him a piece of my mind.

We have the Government reassuring us that this proposal has nothing to do with Churches because Churches won't be required to do same-sex marriages.

Meanwhile, Peter Tatchell is out spreading the Gospel according to Stonewall in Anglican churches...

Maybe I could do some busking outside All Saints. One Man, One Woman and this one, a newie called All of Nature

All of nature withdraws her holy song
Because you've been holding your nature in so long
All of nature takes fright, 
All of nature tells me St Paul was right
All of nature recoils

Can you tell what its about yet? I expect the last thing Mr Tatchell wants is chaps who've got the t-shirt telling the truth about homosexuality.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

We could do with Peter Tatchell getting engulfed with some scandal. God knows there's enough stuff out there to bring him down.

http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/?p=1102

BJC

Lynda said...

That is a sad reflection of the state of Anglicanism. Will Archbishop Williams stop this affront to God, marriage and human sexuality and morality?

georgem said...

You could go, keep silent and see what is said about forcing churches to marry gays (in view of the European court ruling that refusal could be construed as discrimination).

Amfortas said...

Interestingly Peter Tatchell has come to the defence of Christians being persecuted for their position on homosexuality (viz. two people 'interviewed' by the police for distributing leaflets setting out an orthodox position. As for wishing someone would be engulfed in a scandal that strikes me as lacking all charity. As ever the blogosphere is full of anti-gay hysteria.

Lynda said...

What does "anti-gay" mean?!

Amfortas said...

Lynda
Good question. Perhaps I should have said something along the lines of 'hysteria surrounding the debate about gay marriage'. My choice of phrase was not, perhaps, helpful. Let me be clear. I endorse Catholic teaching on marriage, which was expressed very well in the recent letter from the Archbishops and in an excellent Ctholic Voices article in last week's Catholic Herald. My concern is with the tone of the debate in the blogosphere. The comment by Anonymous is quite mild in this respect but if you follow other blogs you'll know that as the string continues the language can become more and more hysterical. To succeed - and I fear we've already failed - we must be reasonable and set out a coherent case.

Amfortas said...

Lynda
Good question. Perhaps I should have said something along the lines of 'hysteria surrounding the debate about gay marriage'. My choice of phrase was not, perhaps, helpful. Let me be clear. I endorse Catholic teaching on marriage, which was expressed very well in the recent letter from the Archbishops and in an excellent Ctholic Voices article in last week's Catholic Herald. My concern is with the tone of the debate in the blogosphere. The comment by Anonymous is quite mild in this respect but if you follow other blogs you'll know that as the string continues the language can become more and more hysterical. To succeed - and I fear we've already failed - we must be reasonable and set out a coherent case.

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