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Thursday, February 2, 2023

Fr. Murray: Church doesn’t affirm a "right" to homosexuality

In contradiction with the teachings of the Church, the apostate Jorge challenges the Divine Natural Law.

In Argentina the apostate Jorge Mario Bergoglio had already challenged the Divine Natural Law by supporting gay adoptions, pseudo gay identity and sacrilegious communions for homosexual couples.

Sin has no rights
Error non habet ius” 

    Error has no rights


 Fr. Murray: Church doesn’t affirm a right to homosexuality

“Do people have a right to commit sodomy? Is this somehow now a human right? That’s what the left claims,” he said. “The Catholic Church doesn’t say that.”

Fr. Gerald Murray slams Bergoglio’ comments on homosexuality, African bishops

'The people that have to undergo conversion are those who want to commit sodomy, not the bishops who are telling them this is a sin, it’s wrong, and the state should not legitimize it.'

(LifeSiteNews) — Renowned canon lawyer Fr. Gerald Murray blasted Pope Francis’ recent call for the decriminalization of homosexuality and his criticism of bishops who support anti-sodomy laws. 
Fr. Murray, a priest of the Archdiocese of New York, denounced the “confusion” of the pope’s remarks in a hard-hitting interview Thursday with Raymond Arroyo on EWTN’s The World Over. 

“It’s clearly taught in the Bible and the natural law: sodomy is a mortal sin,” the New York priest said. Anti-sodomy laws aim to deter sin and protect public morals, he noted, invoking the destruction of Sodom.

“Now, laws against sodomy are designed to warn people not to commit that sin and to protect society where if that sin were tolerated it might become more widespread,” he explained. “The story of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Bible is a warning to us.”

Rather thafn attacking such laws, Francis “should be saying laws that lead people into sin should never become law,” Fr. Murray insisted.

Instead, the pope (Bergoglio) “unfortunately is becoming an advocate” of legalizing sodomy, he said. “And it’s hard to believe that we would say that.”

Fr. Murray also pushed back on the pope’s criticism of Catholic bishops in Africa who have endorsed anti-sodomy laws and whom Francis said “have to have a process of conversion.”

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