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7,000 say they support Kansas church banning kindergarten child of gay parents

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"It wasn't about being against people who are gay at all," a parishioner said. "It's about whether they are living their lives in accordance with the mandates of the church. That goes for anybody, whether they are gay, straight, married or single."

 

Yeah, yeah... save your whine for your Christ Communion cracker.

 

I was waiting for something like this. Cons haven't flexed their bigotry muscles in a few days.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/7000-say-they-support-kansas-archdiocese-banning-kindergarten-child-of-gay-parents/ar-BBUN3Lt?ocid=spartanntp

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A petition with more than 7,000 signatures urges support for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas on its decision to deny enrollment to the child of a gay couple at a Prairie Village Catholic school. The petition, created this week on an online platform for pro-life and pro-family communities.

The latest petition  states that it was written by "concerned faithful" in the archdiocese. It called the scrutiny and outrage "attacks" against the church.

It is clear that the rapid secularization of our society is increasingly causing hostility to the practice of the Catholic faith," the petition reads. "Unfortunately, the lack of sound catechesis can leave many Catholics to form their consciences on these issues based on the opinions of the world rather than the immutable truths of the Gospel."

 

Local parishioners learned of the decision to bar the kindergartner when the Rev. Craig J. Maxim of St. Ann Catholic Church wrote a letter to parents last month. He told families that St. Ann had sought guidance from the archdiocese, which said the child's parents cannot "model behaviors and attitudes consistent with the Church's teachings." This creates a conflict for those children and what is experienced at home," Maxim wrote in the Feb. 27 letter. "It also could become a source of confusion for other school children."

 

More than 1,800 people signed a petition asking the church to reconsider a decision they felt "lacks the compassion and mercy of Christ's message." More than 650 people said they are part of St. Ann's parish, and most other signatures were from local parishes. The most recent petition, created on March 12, offers support directly to Naumann. "Especially given the activity of many pressure groups in the Church today, we are all the more encouraged by your steadfast decision to uphold the perennial truths of the moral law - for everyone's good," the petition reads.

 

Eva Betts attends St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, a Catholic church in Mission Woods with a traditional Latin Mass. She said she signed the petition because Naumann has become the subject of "animosity" for "simply upholding the Catholic doctrine." The controversy indicates a growing schism in Catholicism and other religious groups between those who want to see churches become more inclusive and others who say compassion does not mean compromising on traditional values.

 

 

 

 

 

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34 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

Image result for Kansas archdiocese gay student

 

 

 

"It wasn't about being against people who are gay at all," a parishioner said. "It's about whether they are living their lives in accordance with the mandates of the church. That goes for anybody, whether they are gay, straight, married or single."

 

Yeah, yeah... save your whine for your Christ Communion cracker.

 

I was waiting for something like this. Cons haven't flexed their bigotry muscles in a few days.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/7000-say-they-support-kansas-archdiocese-banning-kindergarten-child-of-gay-parents/ar-BBUN3Lt?ocid=spartanntp

(Full article at above link)


 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A petition with more than 7,000 signatures urges support for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas on its decision to deny enrollment to the child of a gay couple at a Prairie Village Catholic school. The petition, created this week on an online platform for pro-life and pro-family communities.

The latest petition  states that it was written by "concerned faithful" in the archdiocese. It called the scrutiny and outrage "attacks" against the church.

It is clear that the rapid secularization of our society is increasingly causing hostility to the practice of the Catholic faith," the petition reads. "Unfortunately, the lack of sound catechesis can leave many Catholics to form their consciences on these issues based on the opinions of the world rather than the immutable truths of the Gospel."

 

Local parishioners learned of the decision to bar the kindergartner when the Rev. Craig J. Maxim of St. Ann Catholic Church wrote a letter to parents last month. He told families that St. Ann had sought guidance from the archdiocese, which said the child's parents cannot "model behaviors and attitudes consistent with the Church's teachings." This creates a conflict for those children and what is experienced at home," Maxim wrote in the Feb. 27 letter. "It also could become a source of confusion for other school children."

 

More than 1,800 people signed a petition asking the church to reconsider a decision they felt "lacks the compassion and mercy of Christ's message." More than 650 people said they are part of St. Ann's parish, and most other signatures were from local parishes. The most recent petition, created on March 12, offers support directly to Naumann. "Especially given the activity of many pressure groups in the Church today, we are all the more encouraged by your steadfast decision to uphold the perennial truths of the moral law - for everyone's good," the petition reads.

 

Eva Betts attends St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, a Catholic church in Mission Woods with a traditional Latin Mass. She said she signed the petition because Naumann has become the subject of "animosity" for "simply upholding the Catholic doctrine." The controversy indicates a growing schism in Catholicism and other religious groups between those who want to see churches become more inclusive and others who say compassion does not mean compromising on traditional values.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    wow..  but being a gay priest is okay in the catholic church... being a child predator priest is only now being addressed by the church..I am not sure how the enforcement would be carried out.. like if a parent walks funny dresses in unusual or ladies that wear trousers..or the child reports unusual parental activity like the father wearing a pinny in the kitchen!

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I don't think the kids should be barred for the sinful life choices of their guardians. That said, these guardians should be aware that their lifestyle will be taught as sinful. Not sure many gay guardians would enroll their little trophies knowing that. 

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1 hour ago, NeoConvict said:

I don't think the kids should be barred for the sinful life choices of their guardians. That said, these guardians should be aware that their lifestyle will be taught as sinful. Not sure many gay guardians would enroll their little trophies knowing that. 

 

Guardians?   Aren't they legal parents?   Do you know anything about adoption? 

 

I would ban any kid wearing a MAGA hat out of principle.  Kids of this age aren't old enough to have a "political" opinion.   

 

18 years of age is required. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, DennisTheMenace said:

 

Guardians?   Aren't they legal parents?   Do you know anything about adoption? 

 

I would ban any kid wearing a MAGA hat out of principle.  Kids of this age aren't old enough to have a "political" opinion.   

 

18 years of age is required. 

 

 

You can't assume adoption status any more than you can assume gender. Might need to brush up on your political correctness. Guardians includes biological and adoptive parents as well as those who are non adoptive guardians. 

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11 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

You can't assume adoption status any more than you can assume gender. Might need to brush up on your political correctness. Guardians includes biological and adoptive parents as well as those who are non adoptive guardians. 

 

 

You might need to "brush up" on about everything.  How's your dialysis treatments going? 

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2 minutes ago, DennisTheMenace said:

 

 

You might need to "brush up" on about everything.  How's your dialysis treatments going? 

SAD THESE FUKKING LIBTARDS TODAY THING THERE IS MORE THAN 2 GENDERS!!!!

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1 minute ago, DennisTheMenace said:

 

 

You might need to "brush up" on about everything.  How's your dialysis treatments going? 

Witty retort. I have never had any issues, other than being denied enlistment, from having a single kidney. Thanks for your concern. 😎

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4 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

Witty retort. I have never had any issues, other than being denied enlistment, from having a single kidney. Thanks for your concern. 😎

 

 

I "truly" wish you the best.  Guard that single kidney with your life.  👌

 

 

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Just now, DennisTheMenace said:

 

 

I "truly" wish you the best.  Guard that single kidney with your life.  👌

 

 

STFU YOU POS CHILD MOLESTER... YOU SHOULD GUARD YOUR PATHETIC LIFE... NEVER KNOW WHEN SOMEONE WILL COME UP BEHIND YOU AND TAKE YOU OUT!!!

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1 minute ago, Duck615 said:

STFU YOU POS CHILD MOLESTER... YOU SHOULD GUARD YOUR PATHETIC LIFE... NEVER KNOW WHEN SOMEONE WILL COME UP BEHIND YOU AND TAKE YOU OUT!!!

Switch to decaff. 😁

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