en.news Homosexual contacts "completely and directly contradict the sense and purpose of sexuality", Cardinal Gerhard Müller told LifeSiteNews.com on November 22.
He described homosexual acts as “fornication”, an “expression of a disordered desire and instinct” and a “grave sin which excludes a person from the Kingdom of God” [i.e. leads to hell].
Müller added that sexual acts outside of marriage are an abuse, and amount to fornication while compared to this, homosexual acts constitute an “unnatural intensification of sin”.
Fornication is a mortal sin which "no power on earth can declare to be morally neutral” and that the condemnation of homosexuality is not relativized by the worldly acceptance of it - the cardinal added.