Why Does the Church discriminate against gays?





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Published on Apr 1, 2013

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The Catholic Church obliges all its members to follow the example of Jesus Christ by loving all men as He loved them --and gave his life for them. In this illuminating and frank discussion, Dynamic Chastity Speaker, Chris Stefanick explains why loving someone isn't the same as accepting behaviors contrary to divine and natural law.
He shows why the Catholic Church does not practice bigotry or discrimination against people with homosexual tendencies or same-sex attractions. He explains that the Church merely speaks the full truth about who and what man is and what he is called to.
The Church invites all peoples to see and live their sexuality in the full light of truth, in the fullness of the truth revealed in both natural and divine law. Does this mean the Catholic Church judges people by sexual orientation or ask people with same-sex attractions to live miserable, unfulfilled lives? Popular Catholic Evangelist Chris Stefanick says absolutely not! The Church calls all people to the fullness of joy that only a Christian life can provide: See why! See how! Watch Catholic Speaker Chris Stefanick in this exciting clip.

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